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Submitted by Cemy Junction Expat (United Kingdom), Aug 23, 2006 at 16:49

"These women need a liberal interpretation of the Quran. They shall demand it. And in due time, they will get it."

Surely what you mean is: these women need a society in which they can choose, as free individuals, whether to pay any attention to the Quran at all - irrespective of the views of their husbands, parents, families or community leaders?

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