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Taliban supreme leader orders women to wear burqa in public

They added the ideal face covering was the all-encompassing blue burqa, which became a global symbol of the Taliban's previous hardline regime from 1996 until 2001.


These Yemeni women went from marginalized to the forefront

Three female role models who, despite the war in their country, have been able to raise awareness of women’s rights, and serve their sisters and society as a whole.

By Mohammed Al-Hassani/The Media Line

International Women’s Day protest against Iran’s regime and ex-UN envoy Mahallati

‘Celebrating 43 years of resistance against the gender apartheid Islamic regime of Iran’

The IDF West Bank Courts continues to be disrupted by political and legal battle.

Who is the country’s first female Muslim District Court judge?

Osali Abu Assad was appointed a full-fledged Northern Magistrate’s Court Judge in 2012.

Indian app auctioning Muslim women shows tech weaponized for abuse

The fake auctions that were shared widely on social media are recent examples of how technology is being used to put women at risk through online abuse, theft of privacy, or sexual exploitation.

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