Category Archives: Women’s Rights

Meltem Arikan, Bully Politicians, and the Presence of Justice

Meltem Arikan, Bully Politicians, and the Presence of Justice Meltem Arikan has been nominated for the Freedom of Expression Awards 2014 in the Arts category by the Index on Censorship  This piece is explains how what Meltem experienced in 2013 … Continue reading

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Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh Share Al Qaeda Recruiter of the Year Honors!

The people in this country who want to sell hate are bad enough, but the Glenn Beck radio and TV shows and Rush Limbaugh’s radio show have a global audience. What are their sponsors thinking? The title of this article is intended as satire, but it might as well be true. They are making the recruiting of our enemies easy by their rhetoric. Any advertiser that would condone this should never hear the end of it.
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Posted in Arab Women, Ethics in Journalism, Islam & the West, Muslim Opinion of the West, Muslim Women, Politics, Republican, Right Wing, Tea Party, Western Opinion of Islam, Women's Rights | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

British Woman Struggles for Her Rights in the Face of Culture

I would be remiss if I did not draw your attention to the story of this young British woman, whose family immigrated from Bangladesh: http://bit.ly/ceBhqE I urge you to visit her blog and offer your encouragement! Read especially Part 1 of the story. Continue reading

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Equality for Arab Women

It demonstrates how things are changing in the Muslim World, and how Muslims themselves must find ways to make their own changes. I here provide you with links to the various segments of this debate, carried on YouTube®, leaving comment to you. I have provided here only a few interesting quotes from each segment. Continue reading

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Dear Clara (@ Women's Rights in Islam and the West)

I certainly sympathize with your point about not being subjugated. My point in part is that subjugation and abuse of women is a worldwide problem and phenomenon. Many US divorces are brought on by this. In my opinion, Muslim women also do not want to be subjugated, and they are now seeing that women outside the Muslim World are standing up for their rights. This information dissemination cannot be stopped. As this process happens, Muslim women will naturally stand up for their own rights, and the nature of Islam itself will change. But this will take much courage and a very long time. Continue reading

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Posted in Bible, Catholic Church, Christian Fundamentalism, Ethics in Journalism, Ethics in Religion, Freedom of Speech, Islam & the West, Muslim Opinion of the West, Pope Benedict, Priest Pedophilia, Western Opinion of Islam, Women's Rights | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Pregnant Nun Provides Big Dividends! (Gaming the Media!)

So what does this prove? It proves what a fool’s errand it is to try to ban any information in this World. Continue reading

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Posted in 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Catholic Church, Ethics in Advertising, Ethics in Journalism, Freedom of Speech, Islam & the West, Koran, Muslim Opinion of the West, Women's Rights | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment