Tag Archives: burqa

Do not ask what freedom can do …

To women in Paris, New York, Brussels, London – or Ottawa on “Hijab day” – who lawfully claim the freedom to wear the burqa or the niqab, I would say: Think very carefully, not only about your individual rights, in … Continue reading

Posted in Current Events, Islam, Society | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Islamism, Feminism & Defiance

Few stories could be more heartbreaking than the story of Lisa Borch, the tragically misguided teen from Denmark, victimized for years by Muslim men twice her age, abused, manipulated, brainwashed and ultimately programmed to kill. The story of two victims … Continue reading

Posted in Current Events, Islam | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Unveiling and Uprising

Dana Bakdounis; breaking free from the confines of the chrysalis.  Giving a voice and a face to the uprising of women in the Arab world:

Posted in Current Events, Islam | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Where’s Walda?

I recently had an interesting conversation with a Muslim woman who vehemently defended the right of women to wear the burqa or niqab freely and without any restriction. This is a highly debated topic in many modern societies, particularly in … Continue reading

Posted in Current Events, Islam, Society | Tagged , , , , , , , | 75 Comments