Protecting women’s rights in post-revolution Tunisia.
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Two women judges from Selangor have been appointed to the Shariah High Court, a first in Malaysia.
Islamophobes and their allies continue to rely and propagate fraudulent “radicalization” theories to captive congressional hearings.
More Islamophobia from the Harper government’s Minister of Multiculturalism and Citizenship.
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.
In France in 2012, 85 percent of anti-Muslim reported incidents targeted women, and other countries demonstrate similar figures.
Robertson: “I don’t think we condone wife-beating these days but something has got to be done.”
We all have to persist in dialogue with others outside of our “group” because only God knows whose path we may alter away from hatred or violence.
“Sometimes in the West we make fast judgments and say, ‘Look how terrible they treat women in the East,’ and we don’t look first at ourselves,” said Monica Roa, the Bogota-based international programs director of Women’s Link Worldwide.
French airports have begun to ask headscarf-wearing women to take off their scarves for security reasons, which has spurred criticism from Muslims in the country, who find the practice a discriminatory one.
Christian Rev. wants to strip women of voting rights, what if he were Muslim?
Mona Eltahawy argues that Arab men hate women. Danios critiques her controversial article.
Muslim countries as compared to the USA.