Turkish religious authority's video prompts sexism outcry
A video shared on Twitter by Turkey's top religious authority to warn against mobile phone addiction has triggered accusations of sexism and stirred debate about gender equality.
The Presidency of Religious Affairs' (Diyanet) video, released on 6 November, shows a woman serving tea to her husband, who is seen staring at his mobile phone without paying attention to her.
She also brings him two pieces of cake and a fork as he drinks his tea and seems unaware of her presence.
After sitting on a sofa next to her husband, she texts him: "If only you paid more attention to your wife!"... read more
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