The first in a series of articles has appeared today in the New York Times, designed to examine the lives of Muslim young people across the Middle East.
“Here in Egypt and across the Middle East, many young people are being forced to put off marriage, the gateway to independence, sexual activity and societal respect.”
Link: Michael Slackman, ‘Dreams Stifled…’ New York Times, 17 February 2008
Dr. Geoff Pound
Image: Prayer in a Cairo Mosque (Photo courtesy of NYT)
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