"Islam is neither sexist nor does it oppress women. However, patriarchal interpretations of its religious texts are so." These were statements of the Research Professor, Natalia Andujar, during her interview by EMA RTV.

Natalia Andujar is one of the speakers at the seminar Islamic Thought and Women's Liberation, taking place this week at the Euro-Arab Foundation and being the second among the five-seminar series held between January and June in Granada as part of the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization and Renewal of Religious Thought, organised by both the Euro-Arab Foundation and the Mominoun Without Borders Foundation.

To hear the complete interview (in Spanish language), click the following link:

-- Natalia Andujar during the Seminar taking place at the Euro-Arab Foundation.

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