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Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), Apr 17, 2008 at 04:07

equality for women and men through voting and heritage rights?

It is possible that the Koran allready gave those rights to some extent back then. But it didn't evolve since then.

I'll explain my point of view. Women have to with 2 to be able to give a witness equally worth to 1 testimony of a man.

Equal heritage rights? hum, still those rights aren't equal... a woman can have a heritage but not for the same % as a man does.

the Western world who only changed in the 20th world as you say. At least changed.

Muslim society that already had some rights back then (7the century) didn't evolve further. How come?

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