Contradictory statement. In one breath you say Islam has no contribution, then in the second you claim that it does.With all this evidence in front of me, I do not see Islam as a contributing factor towards child marriage, nor the age of consent laws and not the levels of misogyny in a certain country. All religious belief does contribute, but not to the extent that poverty does.
Good luck proving that. All your evidence supports, at most, the notion that Islam and Christianity produces misogyny, and Islam does little more. There is no evidence that ALL religions have the same propendency to create gender inequality e.g. Buddhist countries don't have the same affect on misogyny.All religious belief does contribute, but not to the extent that poverty does.
You still have to explain why it is the Muslim countries specifically that score the lowest in gender equality. Yes, because is a factor for them, maybe the most important factor, but why is it Muslim poor countries pretty much exclusively make up the list of most misogynistic, and say not poor Buddhist or poor Christiana countries.All religious belief does contribute, but not to the extent that poverty does.