Stepfather Rapes and Murders her 2 Years Girl

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The stepfather of a two-year-old girl has been charged with her rape and murder in northern NSW over Easter. Police allege the 23-year-old man raped and murdered the little girl during a 20-minute period when her mother was out of the family home. Detective Inspector Darren Jamieson told ABC Radio on Friday that the girl received ‘‘a series of blows ... Read More »

A Nigerian Nightmare


AFRICA’S largest country — in terms of both its population and the size of its economy — is today hosting a World Economic Forum (WEF) event where regional leaders and China’s prime minister will discuss the continent’s strategies for growth. One can be reasonably sure, though, that one topic that has been concentrating minds across the host nation for the ... Read More »

Women in Saudi Arabia Unshackling themselves


A RECENT move to introduce physical education to government girls’ schools met the same response as most attempts to give Saudi women equal rights with men. A group of conservatives protested in Riyadh, the capital, against “Westernising” moves that would lead to adultery and prostitution. Such mores, they argued, have no place in the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad. Read More »

All Stealth Freedom at One Place..


All #MyStealthyFreedom at one Place. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do. I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for ... Read More »

Hardliners Protest against “Stealthy Freedom” in Iran


Iran women’s “stealthy freedom” dress code… by euronews-en A poster of a stiletto shoe with a red strike-through the middle was held high above the crowd at a rally in Tehran on Friday. Hundreds were present at the protest to call on the government to enforce the country’s strict Islamic dress code for women. It appears to be a response ... Read More »

Show of ‘Stealthy Freedoms’


Thousands of Iranian women are sending photos of themselves without their hijab, or veil, to a new London-based Facebook page dedicated to allowing them “stealthy freedoms.” The Facebook page — called “Stealthy Freedom of Iranian Women” — was set up by Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad. Alinejad said she has been inundated with messages and photos since launching it May 3. Read More »

‘My Stealthy Freedom’: Brave Iranian Women Post Photos Without Their Hijabs On Facebook

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Women in Tehran have courageously posted photos of themselves without hijabs onto a Facebook page called ‘My Stealthy Freedom.’ For over 30 years in Iran, it’s been against the law for women to leave the house without their heads covered. The Facebook page was originally started by political journalist Masih Alinejad who lives in the UK. and has acquired 170,000 likes ... Read More »

Iranian Women Shed Headscarves in #MystealthyFreedom Online Protest


Iranian women are posting pictures of themselves online without headscarves and racking up thousands of Facebook likes in the process, the latest challenge to Tehran’s strict morality laws mandating that women keep their hair covered in public. A Facebook page called “Stealthy Freedoms of Iranian women” showing hundreds of women without the hijab — a veil that covers a person’s ... Read More »