Friday, March 14, 2014

Iraqi Cabinet OKs Law Allowing Child Marriage, Marital Rape
issue 112

Clarion Project’s new film, Honor Diaries, features nine women’s rights activists who expose the oppression of women in Muslim-majority societies. Watch a clip about the film narrated by the film's producer Paula Kweskin and find out how you can help spread the word.

Iraqi Cabinet OKs Law Allowing Child Marriage, Marital Rape
The new legislation, which institutes sharia law in family matters, will be sent to the legislature for approval. More

A hard-line Islamist group vying for power in Syria, live “tweeted” the amputation of an accused thief’s hand on Twitter.
Jihadi Group in Syria Tweets Amputation of Alleged Thief's Hand

The growing Islamist influence in the top echelons of the GOP should concern people regardless of their political affiliation.
Key Figures in GOP Build Islamist Influence in Party

Women throughout the region protested for gender equality on March 8 to mark International Women's Day
Women Rise Up on Int'l Women's Day in the MENA Region
Gulf States Tighten Screws on Qatar for Brotherhood Support

Islam Prof, Saudi Cleric & Clarion Slam Jihadists on Arabic TV

Saudi Women Deliver Petition to End Male Guardianship Laws

Amputation, Stoning to Become Law in Brunei

'Honor Diaries' Premiering This Week

Muslims Join Clarion's Call for ul-Fuqra to be Foreign Terrorist Org.

Tapes Implicating Erdogan in Cash Scandal Appear Real

New Coalition of U.S. Islamist Orgs to Form Voting Bloc

British Islamists Intimidate Media Into Limiting Free Speech

Empowering Women in Afghanistan
Dr. Sakena Yacoobi has made it her mission to educate the women of Afghanistan. In spite of obstacles from poverty, violence and the threat of the Taliban she has persevered. Here you can share in her message of courage and compassion.

U.S. Military Chaplains Linked to Terror Group

Why Polio Workers Are Targeted in Pakistan

Bombshell: FBI Had Mole in Contact With Bin Laden
Without Honour
By Rob Tripp
On the morning of June 30, 2009, police in a small eastern Ontario city made a ghastly discovery: four females dead in a car submerged in a shallow canal. Sisters Zainab Shafia, 19, Sahar Shafia, 17, Geeti Shafia, 13, and Rona Mohammad Amir, 50, floated serenely inside the car, seemingly the victims of a terrible accident. In Without Honour, award-winning journalist Rob Tripp draws on three years of exhaustive research and exclusive interviews to make sense of a senseless honor crime in a way no other writer could. His unprecedented access tells a story beyond anything the jury heard.
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