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Strange bedfellows?

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(1) "The man [has] the privilege of social and political authority and movement for which he has to pay by bearing heavy responsibilities, by protecting his family from all the forces and pressures of society, economic and otherwise."

(2) "Women, without male guidance, are illogical, frivolous, and incapable of making any decisions beyond what to make for dinner."

Match the quote with the author: 

(a) Ideals and Realities of Islam, Syed Hossein Nasr, George Allen & Unwin, London, 1966, pp. 110-113, quoted by Maryeem Jarmeelah.

(b) Georgia-based right-wing commentator Mary Grabar, who teaches at Clayton State University.

What clash of civilizations?

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