Thursday, April 7, 2011

Bulletin of the Oppression of Women and Children March 7 - April 6, 2011

March 7, 2011 - April 6, 2011

March 7, 2011
Saudi Arabia
A Saudi columnist criticizes the phenomenon of 'pleasure marriages'.

'Virginity surgery' is on the rise across Europe.

March 10, 2011
Saudi Arabia (hat tip to InfidelsAreCool)
Suicides among well-off adolescents double.

March 11, 2011
Muslim women want photos with veil on documents.

Pakistan (hat tip to InfidelsAreCool)
A well-known Pakistani actress said she had received death threats from militants after appearing on the Indian equivalent of hit reality television show "Big Brother."

March 13, 2011
Afghanistan (hat tip to JihadWatch)
Al-Qaeda has launched a women's magazine that mixes beauty and fashion tips with advice on suicide bombings.

March 17, 2011
Forced marriages in the US.

UK (hat tip to GatesofVienna)
A 15-year-old hitman shot a young mother in a contract killing over the custody of her nine-year-old son.

A former hospital director in Britain has been convicted of trafficking a woman from Tanzania and using her as a "slave."

March 18, 2011
Middle East
Muslim divorce court orders woman to return to her husband and obey him.

The German parliament approved a law on Thursday which calls for up to five years in prison for anyone forcing a girl or woman into marriage.

March 20, 2011
Shanna Bukhari was subjected to a tide of online hate after entering the British heats of the beauty contest. Now she fears her life could be in danger.

March 21, 2011
The recruitment of child soldiers is on the rise in Somalia.

March 22, 2011
A minor who was forced to wed is freed by agents.

March 23, 2011
A man in Sweden has been sentenced to 18 years in prison after being found guilt of murdering his daughter in a so-called honor killing.

Another 'Asian' sexual assault of a teen girl.

March 24, 2011
Lebanon (Hat tip to TheOpinionator)
Slaughter and abuse of maids in Lebanon prompts Madagascar to fly women home.

March 25, 2011
Egyptian women protesters forced to take 'virginity tests'.

Nine child soldiers defect from a rebel group.

Government tries to push women's rights for a third time but Islamists object.

March 27, 2011
A woman spent eight months in a United Arab Emirates jail for adultery after complaining to police about being drugged and raped by co-workers.

Saudi Arabia
Saudi women are barred from voting in municipal elections.

March 28, 2011
The Libyan government says a woman who stormed into a Tripoli hotel on Saturday to tell foreign reporters that government troops raped her is now with her family. More HERE.

Muslim women have been banned from traveling more than 48 miles from their homes without being chaperoned by a male relative.

A Somali pirate offers to release Danish family in exchange for hand of daughter, 13.

Gunmen kill six women, one man in Iraq.

March 30, 2011
An Australian woman is suing a five-star UAE hotel after she was drugged and raped by co-workers - but ended up in jail for eight months for having sex outside marriage.

March 31, 2011
In an effort to get closer to the local population, American female soldiers stationed in Afghanistan are being encouraged to wear a Muslim headscarf when interacting with civilians.

A Pakistani actress defies the mullah accusing her of immoral behavior.

Yemen (hat tip to JihadWatch)
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has declared Yemen's Abyan province an "Islamic Emirate" and banned women from going outside.

April 1, 2011
A 14 old Muslim girl is raped, charged with adultery, and whipped to death.

A woman and her daughter were stabbed to death.

Gaza Strip
Mainstream media ignores male-on-female atrocity in Gaza.

April 2, 2011
A Muslim teacher who sexually abused a 12-year-old girl during religious lessons has been jailed and banned from teaching children.

Afghanistan (hat tip to JihadWatch)
A girls' school is burned down as part of jihad against Koran burning.

April 6, 2011
Dozens of people were injured in Bangladesh as riot police clashed with thousands of Islamists protesting women's rights, authorities and witnesses said. The protesters damaged buses and cars Monday, setting several on fire, while police used clubs and tear gas to disperse the Islamists, who were wearing skullcaps and burial cloths. "We'll die for the cause of Islam, but (will) not allow the government to disrespect (the) Quran," one protester shouted during the demonstration near the national mosque in downtown Dhaka. The government recently announced its National Women Development Policy 2011, which ensures women expanded rights in property and education. The protesters said the policy is against the Quran.

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