100 intellectuals, researchers, writers, sociologists, artists or Moroccan activists signed a petition on March 21 demanding an end to injustice for the heredity of women.
100 Moroccan personalities say loud and clear that they are against the hereditary rule of Ta'ib, which simply discriminates against women. Intellectual scholars, writers, sociologists, artists or well-known Moroccan activists signed a petition on March 21 calling for gender equality in the legacy. For today " under Moroccan inheritance law, men are universal heirs who can dispose of the entire inheritance of their parents, while women inherit solid shares ([1
Small step back: " The inheritance of ta sib could be historically justified: in the tribal system of that time, men not only cared for their vulnerable wives and relatives, but they also wore the Responsibility to defend the clan and the guarantor for it, and sometimes went so far as to pay compensation to compensate for the damage possibly caused by their members ( & # 39; asabiyya ) . "Given the current social context, [taosib is" unfair ":" Uncles generally do not support their nieces, cousins, cousins, or husbands. They are relatives far from their families, even though they are alone and poor , So how can one justify that relatives or distant relatives of a deceased person, without leaving their son, share the inheritance with the orphans without in any way taking responsibility, materially or morally, in relation to them? »And the signatories to insist:" in the context of today, the ta & # 39; sib goes against the principles of justice of the Koran ( & # 39; adl  maqasid ) »
In Tunisia, the question of estate is also on the stage: on March 10, more than a thousand people even protested that men and women