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Reader comment on item: Women and the Koran: The Status of Women in Islam

Submitted by Sui Generis D. (United States), Mar 2, 2006 at 16:28

I am only a student in high school (10th grade), and I read this book because it was one of my sources for my World Civilizations term paper. This book provided so much information. It dug down deep and showed what the women in Irans' life was like. I believe I got alot out of this book. It taught me alot, and I give Anwar Hekmat all my support because he was part of that type of life. He, as a man, helped show people the horrible treatment women went through. He's seems pretty content with his opinions, and shares them with as much people as he can. He did a great job of really showing the reader what life is like, and I really appreciate this book.

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