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Protecting women’s rights in post-revolution Tunisia.
The raw truth is that Ayaan Hirsi Ali left Islam and effectively converted to White supremacy.
Rabia Bentot sued Fourest for defamation, and last week the Grand Instance Court in Paris ruled in Rabia’s favour.
Challenging misconceptions of Islamic beliefs, and the ensuing stereotypes of Muslim women, this study of women’s mercantile life in Islamic Egypt sets the record straight.
Amina Sboui, a Tunisian activist who was detained for nearly three months, said on Tuesday she had left the radical women’s protest group Femen, accusing it of Islamophobia.
Orientalist tropes and Islamophobia lead Muslim women to reject FEMEN’s attempts to save them.
Muslim Women Shockingly Not Grateful for Topless European Ladies Trying To ‘Save’ Them
Can “World Hijab Day” help promote religious understanding and tolerance?
Ahmed points out that “Many women who wore the hijab, or headscarf, ‘now essentially made up the vanguard of those who are struggling for women’s rights in Islam,’ Ahmed wrote.”
Christian Rev. wants to strip women of voting rights, what if he were Muslim?
When it comes to women’s rights in Egypt and the Arab world, is the glass half empty, or half full? A fellow feminist, also of Egyptian background, challenges Mona Eltahawy’s views.
Mona Eltahawy argues that Arab men hate women. Danios critiques her controversial article.