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Syria: Kubaisi women

Ammar talks about the interesting now celebrated phenomenon of the Kubaisi women – the orthodox sufi women movement founded by the Syrian scholar and teacher, Munira Kubaisi, a.k.a. the Miss.

The movement which began in the early 60s in Damascus is now an international one with centers all over the world operating quietly, almost clandestinely sometimes, albeit, hey are so far pretty apolitical and, as such, has no connection to any terror groups or activities. Find out more of what is this movement all about.

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