KABUL (AFP) - Afghan President Hamid Karzai Saturday rejected Western criticism that a new law imposes Taliban-style restrictions on women but ordered a review and vowed to correct anything of concern. Karzai told reporters concerns might have arisen because of mistranslation or misinterpretation. Issues that have been mentioned in the Western media, such things are not in our law, he said, pledging nonetheless to have the document reviewed. But the minister of justice will study the whole law, every item of it, very, very carefully. The president said that if any cause for concern was found the ulema (religious clerics) would be consulted and the law sent back to the parliament. He said anything found contrary to Afghanistans post-Taliban constitution which enshrines gender equality would no doubt be corrected. This is something we are also serious about and should not allow, he added.