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Gareedat La - Kholekna Lena3tared

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Submitted by Illidan Stormrage, the legend (Egypt), Mar 30, 2009 at 08:48

... Sharabi's message never aimed at defaming the Middle Eastern countries' governments; they do not all commit 'barbarities in the name of fundamentalist Islam'. That is a clear misconception for what the real point of the book is, which is to demonstrate an incapability from Arab Societies to effectively improve from being Patriarchal into a different form which encourages equality among the sexes.

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