Despite Saudi assurances, their religious textbooks still denigrate other faiths and cultures. These schoolbooks divide the world into believers — followers of Wahhabi Islam — and unbelievers.
Women are about to lose their right to pray in the previously allotted/designated space for women only in view of the Ka'ba at the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
After years of study, the influential Makkah-based Islamic Jurisprudence Assembly in April this year declared that Misyar marriage was legal, angering many women’s rights’ activists in the Gulf.
Politicians have failed to bring about peace in many parts of the world. The Arab world in particular has suffered the most. There are many reasons behind the failed diplomacy. One of them is the absence of women in negotiations for peace.
In the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, sexual apartheid rules. But things are changing - the world of work is opening up to women and economic freedom is beginning to empower them in other ways, too.
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