British judiciary prevents a girl from traveling to Egypt for 15 years British judiciary prevents a girl from traveling to Egypt for 15 years
Written by  Nov 19, 2017 - 185 Views

British judiciary prevents a girl from traveling to Egypt for 15 years

The British court ruled that a one-year-old girl should be prevented from traveling to Egypt with her mother until at least 2032 until the age of 16.

 

The British mother, in her twenties, converted to Islam when she met a young Egyptian who worked in a hotel in Egypt, and then married and gave birth to the girl.

 

A year after she was born, the mother wanted to travel to Egypt until her husband, who had left for Egypt, and his family were seeing his daughter.

According to the newspaper "Al-Bayan" UAE, the Daily Mail British; the father of the girl and his family told the court by correspondence that they do not intend to be circumcised; but the Supreme Court in London was not convinced; based on information about female genital mutilation.

The judge, "Russell" in order to justify her ruling to prevent the girl's travel for 15 years to Egypt, or to any country abroad with her mother, lest they travel to Cairo; according to another newspaper, Hertfordshire Mercury in England, that the purpose of the sentence not To prevent the father from seeing his child, whom he can visit in Britain, whenever he wants, as well as his family members, "but to protect the child and her interests." Her judgment therefore included her passport being confiscated so she would not travel to Egypt until at least 2032.

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