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Opportunities for Girls’ Education in Light of the Politicization of Religion

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The debate about the relationship between religion and politics is not new. It began since the emergence of monotheistic religions. This controversy is due to the quality of the role that religion came to embody on the ground, and the type of behavior adopted by religious people based on their religious affiliation.

The world today suffers from an abhorrent phenomenon that involves the exploitation of religion to achieve purely political goals, far removed from the purposes and laws of the monotheistic religions.

This phenomenon has become a source of deep concern for all cultural, intellectual, political, and even religious elites in various societies, because of its destructive purposes under the name of religion, to advance a certain political agenda.

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