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_Women's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa_, p. 164: Iraqi ... courts draw many of their rules from Shari'a, which requires two female witnesses for their testimony to be considered, whereas a man can stand as a sole witness.

Of course, bias doesn't have to be explicit like that. But that really struck me when I read it, or something like it, in the news. I googled it and this came up.

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