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A panel joins Diane to talk about the struggle for women’s rights in Islamic countries and how this effort compares with Western notions of Feminism.
- Caryle Murphy reporter, "Washington Post" and author of "Passion for Islam"
- Maysam al-Faruqi prof of Islamic Studies, Georgetown University
- Sima Wali president, Refugee Women and Development
- Nayereh Tohidi associate professor of women's studies, California State University, Northridge
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