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Gaza to revise women’s travel ruling after backlash

By DW
20 February 2021   |   12:21 pm
A Hamas-backed decision to require unmarried women to gain their "guardian's" approval to travel sparked outrage. The Islamic judge who imposed the rule, has now agreed to revise it.

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