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Women in North Africa live in situations that are rather unique, with special challenges not present in many other parts of the world. With the presence of both Arab culture and traditional Indigenous North African Berber culture in particular, these women have throughout history experienced discrimination and have been subject to restrictions of their freedoms and rights. Some of these practices are based on religious beliefs, but many of the limitations are cultural and emanate from tradition as well as religion. They were sold into marriage by their guardians for a price paid to the guardian, the husband could terminate the union at will, and women had little or no property or succession rights. Using evidence from the ancient Arabian kingdom of Nabataea , she finds that Arab women in Nabataea had independent legal personalities.
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A solution to Arab sexism: Teaching girls to fight back
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Are Arabs sexist? The institutions, perhaps, but not the people
Within days, the video began to circulate much more widely, after it attracted the attention of translators at the Middle East Media Research Institute , or Memri, a pro-Israel monitoring group that regularly adds subtitles to clips of Islamists saying outrageous or embarrassing things. The Memri-subtitled version of the clip , featured on dozens of news sites in the English-speaking world over the past week, seemed to gain traction, and millions of views, in part because of how the power dynamic between the female host and her male guest was presented, or rather, misrepresented. Dozens of reports asserted incorrectly that the video showed Mr. Sibai, who lives in exile in London, provoking Ms.
Institutions, and not popular beliefs, cause the political and economic inequalities faced by women in the Arab world. Arab societies are often regarded as bad places for women and girls. According to many observers, Arabic and Islamic culture can combine to foster attitudes that are inhospitable to gender equality. The results of a survey experiment we are conducting may challenge common assumptions.
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