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The Lack of Womens Human Rights in the Middle East As women we must unite to help one an other We must all take are part in the struggle to bring justice to women Violations against women in the Middle East have gone on for too long In America women are granted the same rights as men woman should use that to help other women Are struggle for equality is not over in America we have equal rights but it must not end there These Muslim women are just as import Women in America must try to help these women they are being denied the simplest human rights For whatever reasons the lack of human rights for women has just been accepted Meanwhile hundreds of millions of Muslim girls and women continue to endure devastating and often fatal human rights abuses Yet we are not getting involved because we either feel this is a family issue or the Middle East problem The violation of womans rights is nor an issue or a problem it is a tragedy that we must see as all of ours As a free rights county we must help to educate th e Middle East of their misdoing in order to conserve our own Human rights violations against women must be documented publicized and stopped The country of Iran declared that men are legally permitted to kill their wives if they are unfaithful which leads to woman being killed when their spouses are only suspicious Goodwin 114 This statement holds true in all Islamic countries Women are also murdered if they have been raped As in the case of a disabled sixteen-year-old girl in Saudi Arabia she was shoot after she told her family she was raped Her family decided she should die as she had brought shame to her family wwwAmenstycom Women are being confined to the walls of their homes because of fear of the male
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