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Kenya is Targeted by CEDAW with No Intentions of Helping Muslim Women

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On the 10th of December 2019, the Kenyan newspaper, The Star, discussed CEDAW (The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women) in relation to Kenya being recently highlighted for falling short of its goals for women’s grand adherence to the protocols of liberal democracy and the United Nations agendas.
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CEDAW and the United Nations have No Authority to Manage Women’s Rights in the Muslim Regions

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Akipress covered a news topic relating to CEDAW policies on women and its lack of implementation in Kazakhstan. Human Rights Watch has expressed concern over the failure of the Government to tackle Domestic violence and equality for disabled women. It cited that currently the laws relating to criminalization and punishment of offenders if inadequate and leaves women open to abuse.
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Islam is the Only System that can Secure Human Rights for the World’s Oppressed

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On the 5th of December 2019, the BBC reported on an attack on a refugee migrant centre in Madrid, Spain. A bomb squad was called to defuse a grenade that was thrown over the wall housing unaccompanied children of people fleeing war zones and danger. A spokesperson from one of the active political parties, Adriana Lastra stated that the racist agenda of the current political climate was to blame.
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Selling Out the Daughters of Pakistan for a Fist Full of Dollars: Imran Khan Demonstrates Yet Again the Nature of His Capitalist Secular Rule

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The Pakistan government has been accused by some of its own officials of turning a blind eye to the trafficking of hundreds of girls and women from Pakistan as brides to China, due to its financial interests with Beijing, according to the Associated Press (AP). The AP reported on the 3rd December that according to Pakistan investigators, at least 629 poor girls and women from across the country were sold…
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The Rohingya Muslims enter the New Year with fear without the Khilafah

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The BBC reported on the escalation of the Rohingya crisis with a number of potential prosecutions to be made against the Myanmar government lodged in international courts by Venezuela and Gambia. The news story dated 19th of November 2019 tells the story of an 11-year-old boy named Omar who lives without any family in the refugee camp of Cox Bazaar in Bangladesh. His mother and father were brutally murdered by…
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Student’s March- Expand your Demands

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This Friday on November 29, students from across the country will march to demand the restoration of student unions in Pakistan. The Students Solidarity March is also raising multiple other student concerns, ranging from Higher Education Commission's budget cuts to fee hikes and the administration of hostels, but the question of student unions is central because in many ways it exemplifies the state’s narrow, authoritarian approach towards students and the…
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A Kick Worth a Thousand Words

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The Foreign Office of Pakistan on Saturday summoned the ambassador of Norway to convey the “deep concern” of the Government and people of Pakistan over an incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. (Source: Dawn)
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Empty Promises to the Afghan Women

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The Afghan Mission to the United Nation (UN) has formed a “Group of Friends”, co-chaired by the United Kingdom and comprised of women representatives to the UN and senior UN officials. The group is created to support the role of women in all aspects of life.
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