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Book Review: Islamic Gender Apartheid, by Phyllis Chesler (EoZ)

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Nov. 9, 2017

Phyllis Chesler is a true liberal – and as such, she is a thorn in the side of the politically correct crowd who style themselves as liberals but are simply inconsistent socialists who think that loving the underdog is what liberalism means.

Chesler’s latest book, Islamic Gender Apartheid: Exposing a Veiled War Against Women, is a collection of over 100 of  articles she wrote over a 14 year period from 2003 to 2016, all on the topic of how Muslims and Islam treat women.

Chesler knows what she is talking about. In 1961, she fell in love and married a sophisticated Afghan man who took her to Afghanistan to “meet his family.” Thus began a months-long virtual imprisonment and first-hand experience with how Muslims treat women – even in a time before most Afghan women were veiled.

When she managed to escape after months of being debased and mistreated, Chesler started her career as a feminist, authoring dozens of books on the topic over the years.

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