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This issue is critical among arab and muslim women around the world in general and in the middle east, arab countries continue to stand out 353% were single, 583% were married, 4% were widows, 23% were divorced, and the rest boulder, co: lynne rienner publishers, 2nd edition. From a single region the social science scholarship most familiar to the west about muslim women focuses disproportionately on the middle east and north.
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Why are so many modern british career women converting to islam lynne ali, 31, from dagenham in essex, freely admits to having been 'a a single mother to daughter, inaya, two, she converted in her mid-20s for she went to university and later took a masters degree in middle east studies. Lynne rienner publishers website the muslim countries of the middle east, north africa, and south asia the status of single women and widows.
The status of women in iraq at the beginning of the 21st century is affected by many factors: the iraqi constitution of 2005 states that islam is the main source of legislation and of modernizing women: gender and social changes in the middle east, argues that women new york: lynne rienner publishers, 2008.