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Today I've Decided to Kill a Woman

Today, after reflecting a lot about it, I've decided to kill a woman. … Read More»

40 Years of Military Coup in Chile: 3.999 Women to Remember

Today, 9/11 chileans remember, some with joy, another with sorrow, the 40th anniversary of the military coup that devastated the Chilean society and subdued the people under the political and social … Read More»

"I Wasn´t Always Dressed Like This": Documentary Shows Experiences of Muslim Women with The Veil

The Islamic veil is an object that tends to incite deep feelings and diverse. Its practice and meaning has been much abused throughout history. … Read More»

Featured in the International Museum of Women

I am very happy to participate in this initiative of IMOW; it is an opportunity to showcase the diversity among Muslim women and the different areas in which we are participating. … Read More»

¿Is Hiyab Preventing Chileans From Accepting Muslims?

In recent years, Islam has become the religion by choice for many Chileans. … Read More»

Statement By Arab Women’s Organizations Participating In 57th Session Of ONU On Status Of Women

Women from the Arab region participated and continue to contribute as equal partners to men in popular movements demanding democratic change. … Read More»

Five Muslim Women' Answer to Gender Bias on Domestic Violence

This article is in response to a post by Qasim Rashid of the Muslim Writers Guild of America titled, "The Islamic Solution to Stop Domestic Violence" published on HuffPost Religion on March 5th, 2012. … Read More»

Violence Against Women is a Choice, Not Genetically Mandatory

In 2006 I was subjected to physical and psychological torture for several hours by my boyfriend at the time, which included be kicked in the ground and receive a "shower" of bleach on my skin. … Read More»

February 16th Muslim Women Remember Victims of Domestic Violence

Today is Purple Hijab Day. … Read More»

One Billion Rising: Why I am Rising?

I am rising for our right to pursue Equity and to break the culture of silence in which this misogynistic civilization we live has educated us. … Read More»

Nabila's Voice: An Story of Child Abuse that Becomes a Light of Hope

One of the most unrepresented groups in media are muslim women. … Read More»

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