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These Vintage Photos Show How Far Women Have Fallen Under Today’s Radical Islam

For decades, we’ve seen images of women who live under radical Islamic rule. They usually look like this:


Many people born in recent generations know these as the only images of women in the Middle East.

The Middle Eastern lifestyle and way of dress are often attributed to Quran mandated guidelines. However, these weren’t always the photos that the world saw.

Take a look at Lebanon, 1979:


Afghanistan, 1972:

When the Taliban took over in 1996, women were banned from working and had to endure Islamic punishments like amputations and being stoned to death, says BBC.

Afghanistan, 1978:


Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to lead a Muslim country. She served two terms as Pakistan’s prime minister before she was assassinated in 2007. Today, some women in her country are banned from voting, and others face social and physical harm if they cast a ballot.

Syria, 1950:

One tweet puts things into perspective perfectly:

As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.