Dr. Phyllis Chesler emphasizes why the West must ban the burqa for the sake of women’s rights and health.
This week's Glazov Gang was joined by Phyllis Chesler, an Emerita Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies at City University of New York, best-selling author, legendary feminist leader, Fellow at the Middle East Forum and the author of 15 books. She is the author of her new memoir, An American Bride in Kabul.
Dr. Chesler discussed The Burqa: A Sensory Deprivation-Isolation Chamber, emphasizing why the West must ban the burqa for the sake of women’s rights and health (starts at the 8:40 mark). The discussion occurred within the context of a focus on her memoir and all of its ingredients, including being trapped in Afghanistan as a young bride, her terrifying experiences under Islamic Gender Apartheid, how the feminist Left has betrayed Muslim women, and much, much more:
Don't miss Frontpage's second episode this week with Dr. Mark Durie, a theologian, human rights activist, pastor of an Anglican church, and an Associate Fellow at the Middle East Forum.
Dr. Durie joined the show to discuss Boko Haram's kidnapping of 276 schoolgirls in Nigeria and the Islamic roots of that barbaric act. He shed light on the Islamic theology that inspires and sanctions Muslims to enslave and rape kafir women.
He also analyzed Islam-Denial in our culture, the subjects of abrogation and taqiyya, the forces that brought him into this battle, and much, much more.
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