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More on change in Islam-women-another problem

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in response to reader comment: I know "who" could change Islam-not the Pope!

Submitted by Pigfoot (United States), Jan 18, 2006 at 14:02

Now it seems that the poor woman trudging through the streets of Tehran has a bigger problem than just her black, heat attracting black summer garb. How can she manage to get the earphones of her Ipod into her ears to listen to the Beachboys. Will the ayatollahs allow earholes in this fine headress so that this woman can properly bop along down the street?
Oh, I forgot, no music is allowed-did they vote on that?
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