Women's rights

Video: Sabaditsch-Wolff "Use the time that is given to us"

Gates of Vienna 18 December 2010

(Speech given by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff at the International conference on the Islamisation of our Countries today in Paris, France, December 18, 2010.)

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am delighted to be here in Paris, the birthplace of modern European secular governance. And I am especially delighted to have been invited here by Gandalf, who founded the Alliance to Stop Sharia. Gandalf has been instrumental in shifting the focus of the European Counterjihad from Islam as a religion to the evils of sharia law.


Live video from International conference on the Islamisation of our Countries (Paris)

Assises internationales 18 December 2010

While Islamic organizations had requested the French autorithies to ban this meeting from taking place, and security has been a significant concern, the meeting is now starting. We encourage you to follow the conference live here on EuropeNews.


From burqas to bikinis

Mail & Guardian Online 17 December 2010

"Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society," said Mark Twain. Not any more, it seems. Twain's view is anachronistic (and sexist) in light of how preoccupied we are


Dutch may introduce burqa ban as early as 2011

Reuters Blogs 17 December 2010

The Netherlands could ban full face veils worn by some Muslim women,as soon as next year, Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders told Reuters in an interview on Thursday. Wilders’


Sorry, Hamas, I'm Wearing Blue Jeans

Mother Jones  17 December 2010
By Ashley Bates

Palestinian feminist Asma Al-Ghoul arrived to our meeting at a Gaza coffee shop sporting blue jeans and a T-shirt—in stark contrast to the Islamic headscarves and tent-like dresses worn


Pakistan: Muslims plan Islamic pride marches on Christmas Eve

Spero News 17 December 2010

It promises to be a difficult Christmas for the Christian community in Pakistan. An alliance among radical Islamic groups - which includes religious parties, Islamic movements, organizations



American Thinker 16 December 2010
By Pamela Geller

The recent feminist "flash mob" in Philadelphia denouncing Israel and supporting the Palestinian jihadists showed yet again the abject failure of feminism and the true face of this phony movement.


Pakistan: Christian girl raped by Muslims fears retribution

EnerPub  16 December 2010

The foetus suffers from a severe form of hydrocephalus; no higher or lower limbs are present. It is destined for certain death due to miscarriage, or, should it come to light, in the first moments


Fundamentalist Islam in Action; Woman Receives “53 Lashes” for Undisclosed Crime (Video)

Yes, But, However! 16 December 2010
By John Romano

Below is video of a woman being lashed publicly in northern Sudan for an undisclosed crime. Someone keeps shouting that she should receive “53 lashes” for whatever she did. The instruments of


A picture of Islamofascism

Telegraph 16 December 2010
By Toby Young

In 1984, George Orwell wrote: “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.” We in the West managed to avoid this fate by defeating first Nazi Germany and then Soviet Russia, but fascism is alive and well in the Arab world.


Jesper Langballe admits defamation after Muslim rape comments

IceNews  15 December 2010

Right-wing Danish MP Jesper Langballe has pleaded guilty to defamation after writing in a newspaper article about rape and honour killings in Muslim families. Langballe of the Danish


Man had sex with Filipina because 'I wanted to convert her to Islam'

The National 15 December 2010
By Hassan Hassan

ABU DHABI // A man had sex with a Filipina three times while trying to convert her to Islam, a criminal court heard yesterday. MGG, an Egyptian who lives in Abu Dhabi, appeared before the


Kurdish women and their struggle for equality

Kurdish Aspect 14 December 2010
By Ruwayda Mustafah Rabar

Kurdish women are largely divided into four regions; Syria, Turkey, Iran and Kurdistan. Their problems and struggles are equally divided. Oppression towards women in these four regions


• MP Jesper Langballe: I Confess

Danish Free Press Society 12 December 2010
By Jesper Langballe

Danish MP Jesper Langballe pleads guilty of hate speech after being denied the right to prove his case.

On December 3, 2010 the municipal court in Randers, Denmark found the Danish Member of Parliament Jesper Langballe (Danish People's Party) guilty of hate speech under Article 266b of the Danish penal code. In accordance with Danish legal precedent he was denied the opportunity to prove his allegation that honour killings and sexual abuse take place in Muslim families.


Yaser El-Waly jailedl for raping blind woman

Herald Sun 10 December 2010
By Anne Wright

A MAN who abducted and raped a blind woman walking with a white cane on her first solo shopping outing will spend at least 11 years behind bars. A MAN who abducted and raped a blind woman walking


MP calls for inquiry into sex abuse in Muslim families

Radio Netherlands Worldwide 10 December 2010

A Dutch Labour MP has called for an inquiry into sexual abuse in Muslim families. The appeal by Khadija Arib comes after Radio Netherlands Worldwide published a report on the sexual abuse of four


Polygamy's many wives don't capture 'market value'

Vancouver Sun 10 December 2010
By Daphne Bramham

Economist Shoshana Grossbard admits she was naive when she did her doctoral thesis on polygamy more than 30 years ago at the University of Chicago. Then, she believed that a simple


Commission backs partial burka, niqab ban

World Radio Switzerland 09 December 2010

A government appointed committee has given its support to a partial ban on the traditional Islamic burka and the niqab. The Federal Commission on Women’s Issues is calling for the traditional full


Muslim dentist who refused to treat women without headscarves is let off again

MEN 09 December 2010

A dentist who lost 10,000 confidential patient files has been told he can work freely. Omer Butt, 33, moved out his filing cabinets and computer during refurbishment work at the Unsworth Smile Clinic


• Challenging freedom of speech

EuropeNews 7 December 2010

This is the speech held by MP Peter Skaarup in the Danish parliament building, invited by the Danish Free Press Society, at the event "The Fight Against the New Totalitarianism", November 27th 2010.

First of all, I would like to thank the Danish Free Press Society for inviting me here today to speak on the topic of ”The fight against totalitarianism”.

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