Table of contents for The caged virgin : an emancipation proclamation for women and Islam / Ayaan Hirsi Ali.


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Contents

Preface: Breaking Through the Islamic Curtain

1 Stand Up for Your Rights!: Women in Islam

2 Why Can't We Take a Critical Look at Ourselves?

3 The Virgins' Cage

4 Let Us Have a Voltaire

5 What Went Wrong?: A Modern Clash of Cultures

6 A Brief Personal History of My Emancipation

7 Being a Politician Is Not My Ideal

8 Bin Laden's Nightmare: Interview with Irshad Manji

9 Freedom Requires Constant Vigilance

10 Four Women's Lives

11 How to Deal with Domestic Violence More Effectively

12 Genital Mutilation Must Not Be Tolerated

13 Ten Tips for Muslim Women Who Want to Leave

14 Submission: Part I

15 The Need for Self-Reflection Within Islam

16 Portrait of a Heroine as a Young Woman

17 A Call for Clear Thinking

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Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women in Islam.
Women's rights -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Women's rights -- Islamic countries.
Women -- Islamic countries -- Social conditions.
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. (Islamic law)
Muslim women -- Netherlands.