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Iraq: Where are the Women in the New Iraq?
Now that the Iraqi Governing Council has been dissolved, the transitional government taking its place is being hailed as "diverse" for its multiethnic, multiconfessional representation.
Iraq: Focus shifts to jail abuse of women
US soldiers are alleged to have abused, intimidated or sexually humiliated Iraqi women.
Iraq: A Double Ordeal for Female Prisoners
One woman told her attorney she was forced to disrobe in front of male prison guards.
Iraq: Women, peace and security news
Information on issues relating to women in Iraq from the website of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Iraq: Iraqi women find no end to their suffering
The Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq is treating the fate of kidnapped women as an isolated phenomenon.
Iraq: Shouting to be heard in new Iraq
The biggest challenge facing women is how to make their opinions count in the new government.
Iraq: Iraqi civilians targeted for 'collaborating' with the US
On the long highways out of Baghdad - on the notorious Highway 8 to Hilla and further south - a dark and fearful tactic is being resurrected from the terrible years of Algerian butchery just a decade ago: the false police checkpoint.
Iraq: Feminists Pay Tribute to Women's Rights Activist
Women's Rights Activist Fern L. Holland was killed in Iraq on Tuesday night.
Iraq: Women in Iraq - between fear and freedom
The condition of Iraq’s women is a litmus test of the country’s movement towards civil rights and democratic governance.
Iraq: Interim Constitution Shortchanges Women
Iraq’s proposed interim constitution fails to give adequate protection to women’s human rights.
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لشبكة " نساء في ظل قوانين المسلمين", 2009
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