Patriarchy

Omar Salam
“I live in a swamp, in a swamp I swear, and I am dying 100 times every day, because my future is lost,” said TikTok girl Hanine Hosam in court. She has been sentenced to three years for posting videos on a social media app.
Fadia Abd Al-Hamid Al-Tai
“Suddenly, there was a newfound openness. People entered the era of the Internet, satellite channels and smartphones. Iraqi women began looking at the experiences of women in other parts of the world and tried to construct a new modern image for themselves. But this ran into a wall of tribal structures and the general misunderstanding of religion that has been there for centuries.”
Eman Adel
Passant Khaled committed suicide following the online publication of fake naked photos of her. Perhaps, with her death and goodbye letter, she wished to shake up her family, her village, and Egyptian society as a whole, for them to truly feel the immense harm caused when girls are bullied and publicly shamed.
Eman Adel
Statistics of the Egyptian Ministry of Justice indicate that 35% of women who were deprived of their inheritance were subjected to physical abuse, 15% to extortion, while the remaining 50% were forced to give up their rights due to blackmail or fear for family disputes. 
Maysaa Alamoudi
The tragedy engulfing the region has led some of us to accept, even glorify, the worst of options, the Taliban, dismissing the harm that will be done to Afghan women, children, Shiites and other minorities. 
Eman Adel
The video of a Brazilian traveler harassing a veiled Egyptian girl has caused a furor on social media, and reignited the debate about the male orientalist gaze fetishizing Arab women.
Tracy Jawad
Camille had a breast reduction for medical reasons. The surgeon promised her a “harmonious look,” yet she ended up with “breasts that no longer look like breasts.” A story about medical malpractice, and not having a legal foot to stand on.
Linda Maher
In August 2019 the horrifying murder of Israa Gharib outraged Palestinians. In February 2021, they were outraged again as a judge released the main suspects on bail.
Maya El Ammar
After streaming a video on her Facebook page revealing the extortion she faced at “Syria TV,” the Syrian journalist Maha Ghazal shared her story, and announced that she would go on with her battle to win her rights back, especially after reading the impassive statement by “Syria TV,” and the disappointing responses by “Fadaat”…
Eman Adel
“Any girl who wants to be like Sara Hegazi has to be exiled from Egypt..” The videos of the Egyptian pornstar, Sherif Taliani, attacking the late activist Sara Hegazi, were nothing short of a resounding failure for the concepts and standards of manhood.
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