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Jul 20 2013

Hope for Saudi women

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Did you hear the latest? Women in Hafar Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia have been banned from using the library. Their male guardian has to take out books for them. But not to worry – hope is on hand in the form of the findings of last year’s all-male conference on “women in society” pictured below. Or …

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Feb 04 2013

Ana Lama

Update: Sign a petition calling for justice for Lama here. Cleric sheikh Fayhan Al Ghamdi, a regular on Islamic channels, was absolved and made to pay blood money (only half of what he would have had to pay had he killed a boy) for raping and torturing his five year old daughter Lama last October; he had custody …

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Nov 19 2011

Forget breasts, cover those tempting eyes!

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The Saudi Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (yes, it’s really their name), can order women with ‘tempting’ eyes to cover them up.

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