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“Now, we are at a stage where you need to put us (Qatari women) on the spot. Acceptance will come. I think what stifles us most, is our own fear of rejection. Let’s not think about it. Let’s do what is right for everyone.”


Amal Al-Malki, founding Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Hamad bin Khalifa University, in an interview with Gulf Times about stereotypes, female empowerment and the need for women to speak up, “rather than being spoken about or spoken to.”

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