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Slimani, who raised eyebrows at home with her debut novel last year about a female nymphomaniac, said the oppression that women suffered had nothing to do with religion.'Lots of imams and enlightened theologians will explain that to you...

Speaking to the Sunday Times the author says: 'It's very difficult, of course. She added: 'women had a great wish to speak, a thirst for words and a yearning to confide in someone'.These main constraints that create an obstacle towards women's rights and liberties are reflected in laws dealing with criminal justice, economy, education and healthcare.Under the customary tribal law existing in Arabia at the advent of Islam, women as a general rule had virtually no legal status.We take no responsibility for the content on any webpage which we link to, please use your own discretion while surfing the links.Laws prohibiting pornography in most Middle Eastern countries mean professional productions of Arab porn are largely nonexistent.