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  •  - Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Posted: 1/9/2013 5:17:11 AM EST
    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore December 26, 2012. Pakistani women are slowly turning to divorce to escape abusive and loveless marriages, once taboo and still a dangerous option in this strict Muslim nation even as more women become empowered by rising employment and awareness of their rights. But the number of women with the courage to seek divorce remains small in the face of Pakistan's powerful religious right and growing Islamic conservatism, and in a male-dominated nation where few champion women's rights. Photo taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
  •  - Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Posted: 1/9/2013 5:17:11 AM EST
    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore December 26, 2012. Pakistani women are slowly turning to divorce to escape abusive and loveless marriages, once taboo and still a dangerous option in this strict Muslim nation even as more women become empowered by rising employment and awareness of their rights. But the number of women with the courage to seek divorce remains small in the face of Pakistan's powerful religious right and growing Islamic conservatism, and in a male-dominated nation where few champion women's rights. Photo taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
  •  - Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Posted: 1/9/2013 1:08:50 AM EST
    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore December 26, 2012. Pakistani women are slowly turning to divorce to escape abusive and loveless marriages, once taboo and still a dangerous option in this strict Muslim nation even as more women become empowered by rising employment and awareness of their rights. But the number of women with the courage to seek divorce remains small in the face of Pakistan's powerful religious right and growing Islamic conservatism, and in a male-dominated nation where few champion women's rights. Photo taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
  •  - Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore

    Posted: 1/9/2013 1:08:50 AM EST
    Maryam Suheyl, a marriage and family therapist, meets her client to discuss marital issues at her office in Lahore December 26, 2012. Pakistani women are slowly turning to divorce to escape abusive and loveless marriages, once taboo and still a dangerous option in this strict Muslim nation even as more women become empowered by rising employment and awareness of their rights. But the number of women with the courage to seek divorce remains small in the face of Pakistan's powerful religious right and growing Islamic conservatism, and in a male-dominated nation where few champion women's rights. Photo taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
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              In this Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 photo, Naftali Bennett, head of the Jewish Home party, speaks in Ashdod, Israel. The charismatic new leader of Israel's Jewish religious right is siphon

    In this Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 photo, Naftali Bennett, head of the Jewish Home party, speaks in Ashdod, Israel. The charismatic new leader of Israel's Jewish religious right is siphon

    Posted: 12/27/2012 7:38:20 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 photo, Naftali Bennett, head of the Jewish Home party, speaks in Ashdod, Israel. The charismatic new leader of Israel's Jewish religious right is siphoning a large chunk of votes from the prime minister's party, according to polls ahead of Jan. 22 elections, and if the trend continues, the high-tech millionaire and former commando could emerge as a powerful voice opposing Palestinian statehood.(AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
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              In this Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 photo, Naftali Bennett, head of the Jewish Home party, speaks in Ashdod, Israel. The charismatic new leader of Israel's Jewish religious right is siphon

    In this Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 photo, Naftali Bennett, head of the Jewish Home party, speaks in Ashdod, Israel. The charismatic new leader of Israel's Jewish religious right is siphon

    Posted: 12/27/2012 7:38:20 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 photo, Naftali Bennett, head of the Jewish Home party, speaks in Ashdod, Israel. The charismatic new leader of Israel's Jewish religious right is siphoning a large chunk of votes from the prime minister's party, according to polls ahead of Jan. 22 elections, and if the trend continues, the high-tech millionaire and former commando could emerge as a powerful voice opposing Palestinian statehood. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
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    Posted: 6/7/2011 4:00:45 PM EST
    FILE - In this May 25, 2011 file photo, Republican presidential hopeful, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty waits to speak in Washington. A gathering of religious conservatives drew nearly all the GOP presidential hopefuls to a single stage, a claim that a South Carolina debate and a well-publicized forum in New Hampshire couldn't make about their recent events. The Faith and Freedom Coalition's two-day conference proved that the religious right still plays a major role in the nominating process, even if it's less organized than during the Christian Coalition's heyday and economic issues are dominating the early campaign. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
  •  - Mourners view the body of Reverend Jerry Falwell as he lies in repose at Liberty University in Lynchburg

    Mourners view the body of Reverend Jerry Falwell as he lies in repose at Liberty University in Lynchburg

    Posted: 5/17/2007 3:07:46 PM EST
    Mourners view the body of Reverend Jerry Falwell as he lies in repose at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA, May 17, 2007. U.S. evangelist Jerry Falwell, who helped turn the religious right into a powerful political force and fired controversy with his battles against abortion and homosexuality, died on Tuesday at age 73. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES)