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“The man pays a sum of money and will stay with the girl for a few days or the summer, or will take her back to his country for domestic work or prostitution.”The girl is returned to her family when the marriage ends, usually to be married off again.“Some girls have been married 60 times by the time they turn 18,” says El-Ashmawy.
“Most ‘marriages’ last for just a couple of days or weeks.”The deals are hatched in El Hawamdia’s myriad “marriage broker” offices, identifiable by the conspicuous presence of air-conditioners in a ramshackle town with intermittent power.
The brokers, usually second-rate lawyers, also offer a delivery service.
Village girls as young as 11 are brought to the Arab tourists’ hotel or rented flat for selection.
Each year, in El Hawamdia and other impoverished rural communities across Egypt, thousands of girls between the ages of 11 and 18 are sold by their parents to wealthy, much older Gulf Arab men under the pretext of marriage.
The sham nuptials may last from a couple of hours to years, depending on the negotiated arrangement.“It’s a form of child prostitution in the guise of marriage,” Azza El-Ashmawy, director of the Child Anti-Trafficking Unit at the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) tells IPS.
Arab men travelling with their wives and children often arrange a separate flat for such purposes.
“A marriage certificate, even a flimsy one, allows visiting men to have sexual liaisons.”Engaging in sexual relations with minors is illegal in Egypt.
Brokers can help with that too, forging birth certificates or substituting the identity card of the girl’s older sister.