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Iraq: Iraq’s hidden war
Extremists have shot women activists in the streets and killed them in private. Other threats are more insidious—and may be growing. Article by Babak Dehghanpisheh, Eve Conant and Rod Nordland.
Canada: Canada withdraws from Iran event
Canada is pulling out of a conference it was helping to sponsor on promoting business links with Iran. The move follows new allegations that Canadian journalist Zahra Kazemi was tortured and possibly raped before dying in Iranian custody in 2003.
Iraq: Campaign to support the courageous demonstrations by students at Basra University in Iraq
Since March 15th there have been massive and courageous student demonstrations in the southern Iraqi city of Basra against the notorious Islamist gang led by Moqtada al-Sadr.
تقرير جديد حول تأثير الأسلحة على حياة النساء
International: Widow’s Rights International
Widows’ Rights International supports organisations in South and West Asia and Africa working for social justice and human rights.
International: Islam and the concept of martyrdom
Suicide bombing in Islam? Just say "No" argues Amina from Lebanon.
Senegal: Oulimata Gaye, présidente du comité de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes
Il existe des dispositions patriarcales dans le Code de la famille.
Iraq: Iraqi women shot dead in Baghdad
Police said they believed the women had been accused by a religious movement of being prostitutes, and were not killed for political reasons.
UPDATE - Iraq: Giuliana Sgrena has been released
WLUML is relieved to learn of the release of Giuliana Sgrena but concerned about reports that her car was fired on by US forces leaving her injured and a negotiator dead.
Iran: Capital punishment for sexual relationship
A teenage girl and two young men in Iran have been sentenced to lashes for having sex.
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