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Arab women in science

It’s a common trope that Arab women lack equality of opportunity and freedom to engage with the world. The received wisdom is that they are prevented from pursuing an education and a career by religious and/or cultural restrictions. But the truth is more nuanced. Religion and culture are not the strongest determinants of Arab nations’ approaches to women’s education—systems and resources are. Choosing to see religion or ethnicity over economics and prosperity is both careless and damaging.

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