Saudi Arabia: Mufti objects to women working in lingerie shops
Saudi women have long complained that they feel uncomfortable having to buy lingerie from men and would prefer female sales assistants.
But the kingdom's ultra-conservative religious leaders have opposed allowing saleswomen in shops where men are allowed on the grounds that it would violate restrictions on contacts between opposite sexes not from the same family.
24 December 2008
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