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Submitted by lara (Canada), Jun 18, 2009 at 07:15

the author claims "In all, females are treated abominably; but one consequence of this disrespect is that they need not be veiled and enjoy greater freedom of movement than Muslim women."as an alawi I can declair that it is out of question that this is completely false information

you can make sure that alawi woman has occupied significant social political and educational positions based on her hard efforts and sincere support of her family.

where did the author get this information from?

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