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 +'''Gender segregation and Muslims''' refers to the issue of the separation of men and boys from women and girls in social settings in Muslim countries and communities.
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 +==See also==
 +*[[Gender apartheid]]
 +*[[Purdah]]
 +*[[Namus]]
 +*[[Intimate parts (Islam)|Awrah]] (covering of body parts)
 +*[[Women's mosques]]
 +*[[Polygyny in Islam]]
 +*[[Marriage in Islam]]
 +*[[Female labor force in the Muslim world]]
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 +'''Case studies:'''
 +*[[Sultana's Dream]], a 1905 Bengali story of reversed sex segregation
 +* [[Golden Needle Sewing School]]
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Gender segregation and Muslims refers to the issue of the separation of men and boys from women and girls in social settings in Muslim countries and communities.

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