An article about a 24 years old Muslim woman who is a leader at a Mosque. It's nicely written with interviews with some other Muslim women like Mona Siddiqui, a professor of Islamic studies.
The point is Muslim women throughout history have held high positions of power. Today that isn't much the case as most muslim countries have become christianized (and in christianity women are forbidden from power) and run by uneducated radicals.
And Christian women, well they're banned from speaking in Churches so what make sone think they can lead the church? Also in 1 Timothy 2:12,
I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man; she must be silent.
The reason we say "christianized" to muslim countries is because they've adopted this, and ditched the Quran and hadith.
Some quotes from the Muslim woman here in the artcile http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/04/12/AR2010041201483.html? :
The mosque is a cultural center as much as a house of worship. "This is a traditional model of Islam. It's not new," she said. "We are going back to the roots. There is only one Islam."
She corrects the media how there is no such thing as "radical" islam, or "moderate" islam. May Allah bless this woman and all like her.
It also invites Muslims of all views, even sympathizers with the "jihadists," or radicals. "We don't discriminate," said El Ksaihi. "You have to let everyone in, regardless of their views. You can only help someone if you understand their views."
It's good to see women trying to correct haters. Say, I wonder what Pam Geller and Rob Spencer would say about this? Probably come up with more excuses to suit their fans like how maybe she was oppressed and gets beat by her husband. They come up with psychopathic ideas like these and their work is all the evidence we need.