n French Studies in Southern Africa - Yacoubi, Sebti et Saqi : séparation religieuse: unité de foi

Volume 2003, Issue 32
  • ISSN : 0259-0247


Religion is a dominant element in the writings of Moroccan authors Rachida Saqi, Fadéla Sebti and Rachida Yacoubi. It is equally crucial to their critique of present day, male chauvinist, Muslim, Moroccan society. This article explores the differing views of Islam and of its importance as expressed by these authors and analyses the ways in which they are united in a common faith, concluding that despite their differences, it is with one voice that they speak out on the position of women.

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