Has the 'Occupation' Caused Syrian Men to Beat Wives?83 per cent of Syrian women reported they are victims of violence inflicted on them by their parents, while 72 per cent cited their husbands and 56 per cent their brothers.
Islamists: 'Women's Freedom Only in Islam'Hizb ut-Tahrir continues extensive campaign in Judea, Samaria against 'Western values'; 13 year-old speaker condemns women who report abuse.
Tough To Be Female Terrorist Ex-Con in GazaPA Arab women terrorists who serve time in Israeli prisons and then attempt to return to Arab society don't have it easy.
Saudi Arabia Orders Walmart to Build ‘Mechitzeh’Saudi Arabia orders Walmart stores to build a mechitzeh (a wall) to separate sexes in the workplace, similar to many synagogues.
Muslim Women Block Jews from Temple MountPolice were forced to intervene Wednesday morning when Muslim women blocked Jewish tourists from reaching the Temple Mount. The site closed.
'Burkas for Babies' Controversy in Saudi ArabiaA Saudi Arabian cleric is calling for all female babies to wear the burka, an enveloping garment that includes a veil that covers the face.
PA Arab Woman Killed by IDF Gunfire at El Aroub?Reports vary wildly over the fate of a rioting PA woman who hurled a firebomb at IDF soldiers. PA medics say she was killed.
Gaza Mom Chooses Israeli Hospital to Save BabyAfter losing 3 babies to rare birth defects at Egyptian hospitals, a Gaza mother followed doctors' advice and took her fourth to Israel.
Protest in Bethlehem Slams Violence Against WomenDozens of women and rights activists in Bethlehem demanded stricter laws to end violence against women.
Court: Muslim Gaza Women Can't Pray at Al AqsaExtreme leftist group motioned court to allow women from Gaza to pray on Temple Mount.
Thousands of Egyptian Women Protest BrutalitySome 10,000 women marched Tuesday chanting "Egyptian women are the red line," protesting military brutality against female protesters.
MP Nirenstein: Egypt's Women Go ShariaMP Nirentstein tells Egypt's women what is in store. A7 featured veiled women taking part in the anti-Mubarak riots. Back to the same.
No, Supporting Hamas is Not 'Feminist'Only the IDF is considered "hyper-masculine" - not Hamas, Boko Haram and the others. A surrealistic part of the hate-fest.