April 7, 2014

Don't Ignore Women's Struggles in Muslim World

Margaret Wente, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

Most Western feminists are curiously silent about these issues. It seems they’d rather spend their time warning about “rape culture” and denouncing the misogyny, abuse and discrimination that permeate our society (or so they claim).

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TAGGED: Muslims, Islam, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Egypt


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