POV The Light in Her Eyes: The Right to Learn
Two women say that there is nothing in Islam that prevents women from getting an education Details
Episode: The Light in Her Eyes: The Right to Learn
Houda al-Habash and her daughter Enas explain that there is nothing in the actual faith of Islam that prevents women from getting an education, and it is the cultural norms of their community which typically limits the education of a women and stresses early marriage.• Visit the The Light in Her Eyes: The Right to Learn webpage
Premiere Date: 07/19/2012
Episode Expires: Never
TV Rating: NR
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