This column consists of a vitriolic attack on the treatment of women in Muslim countries, with special emphasis on the recent flogging of a woman in Sudan.
"If you wish to determine the reasons for the Muslim nation's economic and social backwardness, then observe the behavior of Muslims," the author writes.
"What kind of virtue is this that extends from Iran to Riyadh to Khartoum without criminalizing their rulers' political adventures, which involve bribes and commissions?" Al-Ja'ārah asks.
"There is no manifestation of virtue in Khartoum save for al-Bashīr's whip, which lashes the backs of women," she says.
"Sudan is ruled by a man sought by the International Criminal Court for commiting war crimes and mass slaughter, yet no sound arises louder than the continuous screams of women," the author laments.