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Life Under Israeli Curfew

Palestinian architect Suad Amily talks about her book Sharon and My Mother-in-Law

Palestinian architect Suad Amily was forced to live with her mother-in-law under curfew for 40 days in Ramallah during the 2002 invasion. She's written a book about this, Sharon And My Mother-In-Law, and talks to the show about living under Israeli occupation.

Also on the programme: In a country where it's not uncommon to have four wives, will polygamy harm Turkey's EU membership prospects? Dealing with your mother-in-law - women in England and the Middle East compare notes on whether she should be feared or revered.

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26 minutes

BBC World Service Archive

BBC World Service Archive

This programme was restored as part of the World Service archive project