Women's rights

Why Muslim Demands for Headscarves Are Exaggerated

Hudson New York  1 July 2011
By Raymond Ibrahim

Islamic attire for women—the burqa and hijab—are back in the news, though with a twist, as they cause problems and lawsuits in America, where they are legal. In France, however, they have been


Saudi women, allies accelerate driving campaign

TrustLaw  1 July 2011
By Marley Gibbons/

Five Saudi women who defied religious traditions by driving this week were detained by police in Jeddah on June 28, marking what may be a shift to harsher tactics by authorities who largely shrugged


Nonie Darwish & Carl Boyd - Sharia for Dummies

Kitman TV 30 June 2011

The expert Nonie Darwish on a lot of issues from the sharia law as seen in the Middle East as well as in the West. A very thorough and insightful talk here. And quite a warning to countries


Allegations Saudi Ambassador to Germany Enslaved Indonesian Maid

Jakarta Globe 30 June 2011

A German human rights group has publicly accused a Saudi diplomat in Berlin of treating the Indonesian maid he employed as a slave. Her struggle is now the focus of an attempt to challenge


Street Grooming Study - 2,000 victims of systematic abuse since 2008

Kitman TV 30 June 2011

The six-month assessment of the scale of "street grooming" was launched after a high profile case saw a number of Asian men convicted of sexually abusing girls in Derby. Ceop said it had evidence


UK: More than 2,000 children "victims of sex grooming" -- often by Muslim gangs

Jihad Watch 30 June 2011

"Asian" is British dhimmi media code for "Muslim." However, the racial breakdown of this study -- "white" and "Asian" -- obscures the possibility that white Muslims could have been involved in some


Italy: Moroccan immigrant murders wife for being 'too Western'

Padua - A Moroccan carpenter living in northern Italy is suspected of stabbing his wife to death because she wanted to leave him and begin a more liberated and western life with


Video: More on ‘Asian’ men targeting English white children for rape

vladtepesblog 30 June 2011

Really. Japanese and Chinese and Hindu-Indian men need to sue the UK media for throwing a term around that really applies to Muslims. A very important distinction. There is nothing in being Japanese or Chinese that makes it OK to treat British white children as sex slaves to be drugged, beaten and abused for the pleasure and profit of these people. But a strong case can be made that there is in Islam.


Saudi Women Risk All for Small Rights

Front Page Magazine 30 June 2011

After centuries of methodical Islamic gender apartheid that holds Saudi women in virtual enforced slavery as possessions of men, slight signs of rebellion are being seen, as many women are defying


Official of Austria's Islamic community resigns

Taiwan News Online 29 June 2011

The vice president of Austria's Islamic community says he is resigning after local media quoted him as saying too much sport is unhealthy for women. Ahmet Hamidi says he has been misquoted, but is


Singer Prince Says Islamic Women 'Happy' Having to Wear Burqas

Fox News 28 June 2011
By Hollie McKay

While he deliberates over how to accessorize with purple every morning, pop star Prince says burqa-wearing Islamic women are lucky they don't have to worry about making such choices.


United We Stand: First Transatlantic Anti-Islamization Conference Coming to France July 2

First Transatlantic Anti-Islamization Conference Coming to France July 2 The human rights organizations Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) and Stop Islamisation of Europe (SIOE) will hold their


Video: Egyptian Shaykh: "Democracy Is a Bad, Backwards, and Retarded Idea"

Translating Jihad 27 June 2011

In a video clip posted to YouTube on 17 June, Egyptian Shaykh Sa'id 'Abd-al-'Azim explains that "democracy is a bad, backwards, and retarded idea," which he condemns for the freedoms it contains, which includes "the freedom to disbelieve in the Creator of Heaven and Earth." He also compared those who advocate democracy to the wicked people of Sodom.


Muslim gouges out eyes, bites off nose of wife for going to school in Canada.

vladtepesblog 27 June 2011
By George McLeod

Woman fears for life, daughter after husband allegedly beat her and blinded her. Victim’s story has unleashed a Jerry Springer-like circus in the Bangladeshi media. By George McLeod, Vancouver Sun


Turkey: Time for reassessment

New Europe 27 June 2011
By Robert Ellis & Morten Messerschmidt

The remarkable thing about the Turkish election result is not that Prime Minister Erdo?an’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) won but the unanimity in the international press that it would not be good for Turkish democracy if they gained 330 seats or more in the Turkish parliament.


Video: Police Report - All Assault Rapists in Oslo Follow Muhammad

Arutz Sheva  24 June 2011
By Gil Ronen

Defenders of Islam call it a "religion of peace" but many Norwegian women are learning that Islam is the religion of rape.

According to an amazing police report released there this month, every single solved case of assault-rape in the country in 2010 was carried out by a Muslim immigrant. The report was cited by an official Norwegian


Bill limiting sharia law is motivated by 'concern for Muslim women'

The Guardian  24 June 2011
By Karen McVeigh and Amelia Hill

Islamic courts would be forced to acknowledge the primacy of English law under a bill being introduced in the House of Lords. The bill, proposed by Lady Cox and backed by women's rights groups and


Reports: Asian-Muslim Gang Forcing British Girls Into Sex Slavery

The New American 24 June 2011
By R. Cort Kirkwood

Muslim sex gangs are collecting English girls on the streets of London and turning them into sex slaves, the Daily Mail recently reported, and  "British" Pakistanis are nearly exclusively responsible for the unspeakable crimes.

The latest trial for such a crime began last week, the Mail reports. Yet this gang is hardly the only one. News reports in the Mail and elsewhere suggest that Muslim-controlled sex slavery is quotidian routine, along with the proliferation of  burqas and marching for Sharia law, in merry old England.


Burqa a law enforcement problem says Abbott

The Australian 24 June 2011
By Lanai Vasek

TONY Abbott has declared the burqa a problem for law enforcement as the NSW government considers mandatory fingerprinting of those who fail to remove their face veils in criminal cases. Speaking


What is Lady Cox's bill really about?

The Guardian  23 June 2011
By Nesrine Malik

The Christian peer Caroline Cox has waded into controversy again and angered some Muslims, particularly the Sharia Council of Britain, by tabling a bill that claims to address concerns regarding

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