Coronavirus: Why some mosques are closed to women during Ramadan

Anita Nayyar, who co-runs Open My Mosque, to campaign for more inclusive mosques, says women often get “second class” areas”. She says they can be smaller than the men’s section, in basements, behind locked doors and up flights of stairs, or sometimes only open sporadically.

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