A woman can be whipped in Sudan for violating 'public decency' laws, including wearing in pants or uncovering her hair. Sudanese human rights activists have posted a video online of a public whipping of a woman conducted by Sudanese police.
FRONTPAGEMAG.COM 26 July 2013
By Lloyd Billingsley
- UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, has issued a new report on FGM/C, female genital mutilation/cutting, that raises troubling questions about the practice and the American response to it, particularly in nations such as Egypt
gatestoneinstitute. 18 July 2013
The Al-Azhar authorities stated in 1997 that cutting female sexual organs -- even partially -- has no foundation in Islam, is medically harmful, and should not be carried out. "Everyone pretends like it never happened."
Assyrian International News Agency. 10 July 2013
The characteristic of Cairo that most alarms visiting Westerners is the constant river of pedestrians amid swiftly moving traffic. Residents of this impoverished megalopolis of 20 million dart into traffic with a fatalistic nonchalance, missing oncoming cars by mere inches
atlantablackstar. 9 July 2013
By Nick Chiles
As the West continues to train its focus on racism leveled at blacks by white people in the U.S. and recently in Europe and Israel, attention has increasingly been directed at the mistreatment of blacks by Arabs in Northern Africa and the Middle East
Citizen Warrior 26 June 2013
Islam in a Nutshell (PDF document)
The Counter Jihad Coalition in California put together a brochure entitled "Islam in a Nutshell." Here's what the creators of the brochure said about it:
The Japan Times 24 June 2013
For a woman in her 50s, Madina Daff still cannot get over her teenage years. She suffered all of them in agony and shame