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Women in the Arab World

Marriage conventions in Taiz - Yemen Times

Role of the mukathiya at weddings
The mukathiya or shari'a is a woman assigned - in traditional Yemeni weddings - to beautify the bride and advise her on certain health and sexual matters. (Yemen Times, 8 Feb 1999)

Contraception in Yemen
by Dr Najeebah Ba-Hubaish, National Program Officer, UNFPA (Yemen Times, 18.1.99)

Marie Stopes International in Yemen
by Jane Diamond (British-Yemeni Society Journal, November 1998)

Infant and child mortality in Yemen
by Ahmed al-Barakani and Ahmed Abd al-Rub
(Yemen Times, 4.1.99)

Murshidat, midwives and nurses: women transforming health care and social relations in Yemen
by Delores M. Walters (Yemen Update 40. 1998: 32)

Education of women in the Arab world
A comparison between countries and between different academic fields, by Ayad al-Qazzaz,   associate professor of sociology, California State University. (First published in Arab Perspectives, October, 1980)
A comparison between countries and between different academic fields, by Ayad al-Qazzaz,   associate professor of sociology, California State University. (First published in Arab Perspectives, October, 1980)

Education of girls in the Yemen
by Laila Noman (British-Yemeni Society Journal)

Women's Studies Center

The Jerusalem Center for Women

Women in Ancient Egypt Exhibition

Women in the Ancient Near  East - Bibliography

Women in the Ancient  Near East - Bibliography

WWW Sites about Ancient  Egyptian Women

The Egyptian Economy  and Non-royal Women

Egyptian Women  in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt

In defence of the hijab
Why women should wear the veil from a devout perspective.

Women, Islam, and Hijab
The practice of hijab comes from the Hadith, not the Qur'an. But Islam does require both men and women to dress modestly. (Institute of Islamic Information and Education, Chicago)

Hijab: suppression or liberation?
(Institute of Islamic Information and Education)

Hijab and Muslim women
A Canadian-born Muslim woman descibes her experience of wearing a traditional hijab scarf. While some people see it as a symbol of oppressed womanhood, she finds it liberating.

Women in the Arab World
Are they the victims of stereotyping? By Nouha al-Hegelan. (First published in Arab Perspectives, October, 1980)

Women in Islam versus women in the Judaeo-Christian tradition
The advent of Islam immensely improved the status of women; Islam still has so much to offer today's woman. This widely-circulated study by Dr Sherif Abdel Azim of Queens University, Ontario, is available on numerous websitesز

Behind the chador
Women under the rule of Iran's Islamic government enjoy comparatively more freedom than those in some Arab states. By Barbara Smith (Economist, 18 January, 1997)

 

 

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