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by omrashid | August 19, 2009 at 10:09 AM
iam ihsan fagiri --medical doctor - general secretary of sudanese women union -special interest in violence against women and childrn
Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!
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Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!
It really pleases me to see younger Sudanese women picking up the flag once carried firmly and persistently by their predecessors until they achieved for women findings not reached by countries much more advanced than Sudan.
Hail to the Sudanese Women Union. I am pleased to have attended your gathering last night and I hope, working together, we succeed in casting down the injustice practised on women by interfering with their most intimate concerns under the cover 'rules'.
You have all my support,
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Welcome to World Pulse.
I'm a fellow Sudanese, also interested in women's issues.
I applaud the Sudanese Women's Union and Fatima Mohammed Ibrahim for fighting for women's rights in Sudan, often at great personal cost.
I hope the SWU nominates a candidate in the 2010 elections:)
I am very much interested in joining the Sudanese Women's Union although I am Egyptian, but I take grave interest in women's issues and would love to help if i could.
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