What the Koran really says about women

When the Middle East correspondent, Carla Power, began studying the Koran with a conservative Islamic scholar, she wasn’t expecting to learn that it nowhere advocates the oppression of women – or that Islam has a rich history of forgotten female leaders

Sourced through Scoop.it from: s.telegraph.co.uk

"He wouldn’t call himself a feminist. Just a Muslim who has read his Koran."

 

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