Category Archives: Arab women

Lana Nasser: Mixing Women’s Liberation with Normalization

Having failed to cause much of a stir in her previous works, Nasser is now undertaking a new project called “Connecting Daughter” in cooperation with women from Israel, Holland, and Palestine. (Carlos Latuf – Brazil)   By: Mahmoud Munir Published … Continue reading

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The Hidden Truth

Photo  Essay  By Nahida Exiled Palestinian “Muslim Women suffer oppression”                 This one was caught trying to “spread Islam by the sword”  “Islam Teaches Terrorism and Violence”                 … Continue reading

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Nahida Exiled Palestinian  Goodness is Life We all have seen the crime scene Broadcasted live on our TV screens We have seen the blood flowing We have heard the deafening screams The murder-weapon is known to all Signed “with love” … Continue reading

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Palestinian Woman Attempts Stab Attack over Offensive Film

A Palestinian woman tried to stab an Israeli policeman in east al-Quds (Jerusalem) on Sunday to avenge for the offensive film to Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) which was produced by extremist Jews and Christians in the United States.“An Arab woman this … Continue reading

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Palestinian Women: FULL Liberation is Our Goal

 Aspiring to be FREE … Determined to kick them out…  Palestinians, especially Palestinian women, have realized that their future can NOT be materialized with chaining themselves as slaves to the self appointed “Chosen”, “masters”, “warlords“, “elite”, “bankers” and “financiers”. This … Continue reading

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Mob attacks women at Egypt anti-sexual harassment rally

Hundreds of men assaulted women holding a march demanding an end to sexual harassment, with the attackers overwhelming the male guardians and groping and molesting several of the female marchers in Cairo’s Tahrir Square AP, Saturday 9 Jun 2012   … Continue reading

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Explaining Turkey’s inaction in Syria

Via FLC “… The first driver of Turkish policy is the Kurdish problem at home. Ankara is highly concerned about Damascus and Tehran’s capacity to play the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) card. Second is the concern about regional dynamics. Given … Continue reading

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Women’s Activism in Palestine

From the Disappointment of the First Intifada to the Hope of a New Movement Despite the social restrictions of the Palestinian society especially in villages,  Palestinian women took an active role in the Palestinian struggle six decades before the First Uprising … Continue reading

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Resisting Israeli Oppression Courageously

by Stephen Lendman On March 8, women worldwide commemorate International Women’s Day. It celebrates over a century of economic, political, and social achievements. This year for Palestinians, Hana Shalabi’s hunger strike for justice is highlighted. After three weeks, it’s taken … Continue reading

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The Women of Palestine and the Struggle for Liberation

Posted on 10/03/2012by reham alhelsi Hayat Al-Balbisi had always wanted to be a teacher. But her father was dead, her mother paralyzed and sick at home, her sister blind, leaving the family with no supporter. So Hayat, a student at … Continue reading

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