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WOMEN IN MODERN EGYPT.

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Introduction
Modern Egypt is like its dynastic counterpart, drawing sustenance from the Nile River. Today, as in the ancient period, most of the country's population is concentrated along the river, fully 20% of it around Cairo. Modern Egyptian society is identified not with the ancient civilization but with the Arab culture of the Middle East. That culture is overwhelmingly identified with Islam, the religion followed by 90% of Egypt's population (Library). Much about women's position in modern Egypt can be traced to a famous verse of the Koran:
Men are the protectors and maintainers of women, because Allah has given the one more (strength) than the other, and because they support them from their means. Therefore the righteous women are devoutly obedient, and guard in (the
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