The courage, poise, and wisdom of Malala Yousafzai, the girl who was shot by the Taliban for advocating girls' education in Pakistan, has captured the hearts and minds of Westerners. While Western girls may take their education for granted, in the Muslim world, girls must cross cultural and religious barriers to attend school. Here are five snapshots of girls' education in the Muslim world. [Editor's note: The original headline and text incorrectly said "Arab world" instead of the Muslim world.]
Following a sweeping new counterterrorism law targeting those who criticize the government, Saudi Arabia has identified the Muslim Brotherhood and some branches of al-Qaida as terrorist groups. Supporters of the groups could face 30 years in prison.
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