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Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | PAPAL MATTERS Costs covered It's hard to believe The Inquirer used a couple pages and a flattering photo from 1979 to praise a lawyer who sued the city over the visit of Pope John Paul II ("Ensuring separation of church, state," July 26). What was the point other than irritating those excited about Pope Francis' visit?
RAHA MOHARRAK was 25 when her parents said it was time for her to marry, but she decided she wasn't a toaster - as in "Ping! It's ready" - the Saudi Arabian woman told a U.S. audience recently. "I wasn't ready." Nor was she interested in giving up her job, car or independent life in Dubai, or up for the demeaning ritual in which "you get all dolled up, get onstage and dance at a wedding, and wait for some mom to see you and say, 'She's good for my son.' "