Inside Islam: Part 3: Winds of Change and Chador



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(60 mins) Islamic societies are generally known for their restrictions on women's rights and freedoms; for example, polygamy, honor killings and the enforcement of wearing the Hijab and Chador. Since all cultural traits are created because of social needs in the region, is it right for outsiders to judge this practice? How do people currently living in the region accept these customs? What do today's Islamic women think of these traditions? What is the image of Islamic women in this ever-changing world?