Women's rights

Video: Islam - The Religion Of Perverted Sex

Right Side News 25 January 2012
By Barry Shaw

Engaging in their own form of Stockholm Syndrome, most Muslim women publicly defend the very laws that enslave them. They actually justify the evil misogynistic rules of Islam and say it is for the betterment of the Muslim women. Many Muslims claim that "Islam honors women,” just as they claim that Islam is a "Religion of Peace.” The truth however, is just the opposite.

 

Sharia is good for women, claims Muslim lawyer

The Christian Institute 25 January 2012

"Sharia law itself is inherently positive towards women”, the head of a law firm’s new Sharia division has claimed. The comment coincides with a Bill before Parliament which seeks to tackle the

 

Female circumcision fear as fundamentalists roll back women's rights

Sydney Morning Herald 25 January 2012

Maldives women face more repression under a rising tide of religious fundamentalism, reports Ben Doherty from Male. When the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, visited

 

Video: The Murder of Muslim Women and Girls by Islamists

Family Security Matters 24 January 2012
By Dave Gaubatz

The United Nations (UN) reports that 5000 Muslim women and girls are killed every year in the name of Islam. The UN uses the term "honor killings.” In reality there are thousands more killed but never reported, or the investigative agency does not realize the death was related to Islamic values. It is very important for readers to know that 91% of honor killings are committed by our so-called friends in Pakistan.

 

Why the British Freedom Party was Founded

British Freedom 23 January 2012
By George Whale and Michael Wood

The following article was first published in spring last year. We re-publish it now for the benefit of new members and supporters interested to know about the party’s origins. Why the British Freedom Party was Founded

 

Haslingden sex fiend branded an ‘animal’ after raping three girls

Lancashire Telegraph 23 January 2012
By Peter Magill

A SEX fiend from East Lancashire who attacked and raped three girls has been jailed for 14 years. Shofik Ali, 22, drove them to a house where he forced them into a room, took their mobile phones

 

Jihad in America – lessons must be learned

Greeley Gazette 23 January 2012
By Craig Masters

This past Friday the non-partisan, non-sectarian organization, "Act! for America," presented an informative lecture on the increase in successes of the multi-faceted Islamic jihad in America. The

 

Female circumcision among women's issues to be tackled by government

Herald Sun 23 January 2012
By Stephen Drill

IMMIGRANT groups who practise tribal rites on young women will be counselled under a plan to stop violence against women. Women's Affairs Minister Mary Wooldridge said female circumcision, sexting

 

Video: Attempted honour killing victim speaks on Quebec TV

MRCTV 23 January 2012

 

"Clash Of Civilizations”: Spiritual, Not Intellectual

The Brussels Journal 20 January 2012
By A. Millar

The words "The Clash of Ideas” are splashed across the cover of the special anniversary issue of Foreign Affairs this month. This is of course a play on the "clash of civilizations” narrative that

 

Will Britain Begin to Roll Back the Sharia State in 2012?

Liberties Alliance 20 January 2012

As the human rights-based campaign against sharia continues to gain momentum and becomes more diverse, and more mainstream, exciting developments begin to appear in legislatures around the world.

 

Iranian Actress Breaks Taboos, Sparks Scandal By Posing Topless

Radio Free Europe 20 January 2012
By Golnaz Esfandiari

An Iranian actress living in Paris has been praised for her courage and criticized for her indecency after posing topless for a French magazine and posting the photo on her Facebook page.

Golshifteh Farahani, who moved to France last year, says Iranian authorities have told her not to return home.

 

Honour-based violence must be stopped

Troy Media 20 January 2012
By Rafael Wugalter

Gatineau, QC, -"As long as you live under my roof, you live by my rules.” Many of us are inclined to think this statement is reasonable.

But what if the rules amount to a violent, dehumanizing captivity, in which every assertion of individuality is systematically crushed? What if death threats are involved? And what if the rules are imposed well into adulthood and affect major life choices such as marriage?

 

Female genital mutilation 'not just a third-world problem'

FIGO 20 January 2012
By Martine WardADNFCR-2094-ID-801269197-ADNFCR

Female genital mutilation is not only a problem faced in the third world but also in countries with a migrant population from nations where the act is practised. Stuff.co.nz highlighted a recent

 

The New Muslim suffragettes of the United Kingdom

independent.co.uk 19 January 2012
By Michelle Brooks and Charlotte Proudman

An increasing number of Muslim women activists are receiving death threats, fatwas and even hate-mail from extremist male and female Muslims. Their crime: Rescuing fellow Muslim women from violent

 

International Freedom Organizations Unite to Create Stop Islamization of Nations (SION)

British Freedom 19 January 2012

The human rights organizations Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) and Stop Islamisation of Europe (SIOE) are joining together to create a new global force determined to defend free societies globally: Stop Islamization of Nations (SION).

 

Five siblings suspected of killing Kurdish woman

The Local 19 January 2012

Police in northern Germany think they have found the body of an 18-year-old Kurdish woman who had gone missing in November. The police suspect that the woman’s family abducted her because they

 

Video:CBN: Islamic Honour killings in west on rise

Vlad Tepes 19 January 2012

 

‘I plan to change misconceptions’: Tunisian model is first ever Muslim face of Lancome

Daily Mail 19 January 2012
By Maysa Rawi

A Tunisian model has been signed as the first ever Muslim face of Lancome. Hanaa Ben Abdesslem is the latest ambassadress for the brand and features in the new campaign for Teint Idole Ultra 24h

 

Iranian women's activist shot dead in Houston

CBS News 19 January 2012

HOUSTON - A woman whom Houston police described as an activist on behalf of Iranian women's civil rights was found shot dead at the wheel of her car after it crashed into a Houston townhouse

 
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