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Muslim Brotherhood opposes UN declaration on #VAW #WTFnews

Egyptian rulers reject idea of equality as undermining family values   Egyptian women on the streets in Port Said. Groups claim women have been attacked while on demonstrations in order to discourage them from taking part. Photograph: Ed Giles/Getty Images… Continue Reading →

Kamal Hassan writes to his Fans #Censorship #Vishwapooram

TAMIL, Posted on Jan 24, 2013   Actor-director Kamal Hassan on Thursday said that he will take legal recourse against the ban on screening of his film ‘Vishwaroopam‘. Hassan said it was “cultural terrorism” and should stop. Here’s the full… Continue Reading →

Egyptian Constitution Provides Little Protection to women #Vaw #sexualharassment

By Hajer Naili WeNews correspondent Tuesday, January 15, 2013 A secular Egyptian woman outlines the disappointments written into the country’s new constitution, passed in late December. Women have had only one legal advance since the revolution: prosecuting sex harassment.  … Continue Reading →

Egypt: The Next India or the Next Pakistan?

By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN, NYT Published: December 15, 2012  I WANT to discuss Egypt today, but first a small news item that you may have missed. Josh Haner/The New York Times Thomas L. Friedman Go to Columnist Page » Three weeks… Continue Reading →

Egypt’s Artists Fear Censorship by Islamists

Feb13, 20122- Egypt’s revolution encouraged painters to shake off decades of censorship. But with Islamists gaining power, will provocative art soon be suppressed? Sublimation is a psychological process in which socially unacceptable impulses are transformed into something less destructive, explains Weaam… Continue Reading →

Open Letter to Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch

Separate  Between Religion and State Having experienced the ways in which religious fundamentalists have used both armed violence and state power to attack fundamental freedoms, we want to express our alarm at the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood and other… Continue Reading →

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