On the other hand, of marriage, the divorce laws are unique in Syria.Women are in fact allowed to file for divorce except it is a long drawn out process and she must get consent from her husband.Women are technically allowed to have a say in what the agreements are between them and the groom.Although, since this contract has to be signed by the groom and the male guardian of the bride, her wishes are rarely met.The current president of Syria is a male by the name of Bashar al-Assad.There are also two vice presidents (including female vice president Najah al-Attar since 2006), a prime minister and a cabinet.This increase included the early school years, along with the upper level schools such as universities.
Notable examples are president Assad's chief political and media adviser, Bouthaina Shaaban, who also held office as Minister of Expatriates from 20, Whatsoever, the Syrian Civil War put a new obstacle on Syrian women, forcing them to face increasing levels of violence, including war rape, and traditional abusive practices such as honor killings which occur in rural areas and areas held by extremist terrorists.
If a man wants to divorce a woman, all he has to do is go to court and orally demand a divorce three times, then the court will order him a divorce.
The early schooling in Syria starts at six years old and ends at the age of eighteen.
In 1919, Naziq al-Abid founded Noor al-Fayha (Light of Damascus), the city's first women's organization, alongside an affiliated publication of the same name.
She was made an honorary general of the Syrian Army after fighting in the Battle of Maysaloun, and in 1922 she founded the Syrian Red Crescent.