Bruce Bridges forwarded an Amir Taheri column to me, but he didn’t have a link. I couldn’t dig one up, either, but here’s the good part:
According to officials in Athens, the number of Muslim women participating in this year’s game is the lowest since 1960. Several Muslim countries have sent no women athletes at all; others, such as Iran, are taking part with only one, in full hijab. And state-owned TV networks in many Muslim countries, including Iran and Egypt, have received instructions to limit coverage of events featuring women athletes at Athens to a minimum.
Where is the feminist outcry?
I’ll post the whole thing under the “Read More” button until I can find a link to the original article.