In this video, it gives a professional statement of what education is like in the Middle East. Also is describes how difficult it can be for a female to get an education in comparison to a man. In most places they don't want women getting any type of education, because they believe that the man is supposed to be the knowledgeable one while the woman cooks, cleans, and takes care of her kids. There are very few opportunities for women in the Middle East, its almost as if that getting an education is breaking a law, or doing more harm than good. In this video, he shows that he strongly believes that woman were made to be strong leaders. And through education they can reach that. He backs up his opinions with the Quran. And how one cannot be discriminatory toward the other and we were all made to be treated eqaully.
In this video, it shows a more economical perspective of how women are treated all across the world. It takes a more examined look at how women are treated in all positions. While some countries are making sure women are being treated fairly and given the same treatment as men, there are also the countries who do the very least for them. They mistreat and give them little to no chances of ever being successful and leave them just do the work at home. It really makes you think, why are women being treated like this.
In a different take of showing how religion can affect a persons life, this is a poetry viewpoint of what Muslims struggle with on almost an everyday bases. In relation, Malala was also a Muslim even though she didn't quite go through the struggles that Muslim Americans have to go through, she went through something very different. It does give an example on how religion plays a role in how people perceive and treat you.