This week’s links was graciously put together for us by Anneke van der Berg.
- Muslim Stephanie not allowed on bus in France, because of her ‘burqa.’
- NZ prime minister: veil no excuse for discrimination.
- Another Pakistani woman killed, officials stay quiet.
- Female Afghani journalist Farida Nekzad featured on Al-Arabiya.
- Al Jazeera features a series of pictures on women in Gaza.
- Thirty-three Kuwaiti women divorce their husbands because they sneaked off to Lebanon, instead of making ‘umrah.
- Hunger in the Horn of Africa: the tragic story of Halima Omar.
- Actress Dewi Perssik undergoes a hymen restoration operation to please her future husband with her virgin-like state.
- UN Women report: Access to justice in Morocco.
- EU representative Ashton demands release of Iranian women’s rights activists.
- Ahmedinejad calls on Iranian colleges not to segregate sexes.
- Female Sudani journalist jailed for reporting on alleged rape.
- The Guardian features Fatuma Noor, the Somali journalist that won a major journalism price for reporting on Al-Shabaab.
- Four American Muslim women on radicalization in the U.S.
- Muslim Brotherhood holds a ‘sisterhood conference’ in Egypt.
- Salma Yaqoob steps down as city councilor in Birmingham, U.K., reflects on career.
- Indian government should encourage education for Muslim women.
See any news about Muslim women from this week that we missed? Leave us links in the comments!