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There was a young woman who left her home in Mycrorayan in Kabul Afghanistan for Peshawar after the January 1994 fighting and told Amnesty International of the following situation One day when my father was walking past a building complex he heard screams of women coming from an apartment block which had just been captured by forces of General Dostum He was told by the people that Dostums guards had entered the block and were looting the property and raping the women The following story comes out of Iran On August 10 1994 in the city of Arak Iran a woman was sentenced to death by stoning According to the ruling of the religious judge her husband and two children were forced to attend the execution The woman urged her husband to take the children away but to no avail A truck full of stones was brought in to be used during the stoning In the middle of the stoning although her eyes had been gouged out the victim was able to escape from the ditch and started running away but the regimes guards recaptured her and shot her to death From China comes the following observation Still in the streets an occasional old crone hobbling around on her miniature bound feet was a relic of the pre-Revolutionary almost dead past I also heard an echo of that past in a silk thread factory in Wuxi China A woman member of its Revolutionary Committee was introduced to me as a veteran worker The description astonished me because she looked so young On inquiry I learned that she was indeed only 34 years old but that she had toiled in the mill for twenty-six years having begun this job as an 8-year old child These three incidents reflect typical crimes and injustices against women in the Third World countries Crimes against women include abuse slavery false imprisonment murder and rape In these countries
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