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Inside Saudi Arabia (Equal Rights) Part II #714257

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 12, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Riyadh & London: Christiane Amanpour) The view of professional women of Saudi Arabia of equal rights featured; scenes shown from a Saudi hospital; details given of the restrictions on women from the country's conservative brand of Islam. [Head of ENT department Dr. Haifa al-NASSER†- talks about an emergency operation.] [Dr. Maha al-DABBAGH†, pediatrician Dr. Wafa al-SUWAIRI†- comment on their jobs.] The forum for public debate on women & the pressure for change noted. [Businesswoman Nada al-FAYEZ†- hopes for a high position in the government; talks about women's rights in Saudi Arabia.] Tomorrow's segment previewed.

Brown, Aaron;
Amanpour, Christiane

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