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It is believed that Arab women are pitiful creatures who follow their husbands like a dark shadow is forced to remain silent and obey their husbands at all times and is granted a body only to deliver more children perhaps more in competition with her husbands other wives The typical Arab wife as perceived by the mass media has no real say in the running of the household and that it is the men who decide on each and every issue However there is an astonishing mismatch between the actual lives of Arab women and the image setup by the media Because of the medias so to speak actual image stereotype spins uncontrollably becoming wild and absurd Thus arises a question asked by many people who believe on the lives that have been represented by the American Media In what way are Arab women in GCC countries battling stereotypes in education family workplace as well as politics but yet they wish to keep their identity with the hijab as well as create a niche for themselves in the world Probably no other single subject is closer to the heart of the numerous misunderstandings that many Americans and other Westerners have of Arabs and Muslims than that which pertains to the position and role of women in Arab and Islamic society Anthony Dr John Duke The image portrayed is not only humiliating and wrong rather its ridiculous Approximately 1400 years ago Muslim women started their liberation with the rise of Prophet Mohammed which brought a major change in the way women whether Muslim or no should be treated and respected Islamic women have been born with the rights that the western women now seek - spiritual and cultural At that time while Muslim Women that they had a soul Christianity was trying to conclude regard a womens spirit Al-Hegelan N Muslim women had their own identity along with freedom The liberation of Muslim
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