... the quote the day comes out of International Women's Day, one of those faux, globaloney-istic markers of Our One World. As officials "attempted to highlight apparent progress" by women in post-Saddam Iraq, AFP reported that Iraqi women criticized the restrictions "society" -- Islamic society -- placed on them, ranging from forced marriage to restrictions on education and clothing, all compatible with sharia (Islamic law).
Said one woman: "This is not freedom, this is darkness."
In fact, as Andrew Bostom noted in an email this a.m., such darkness is "hurriyya" -- Islamic freedom. Explanation here.