Doing so, implies that religion informs the rights of all those labelled as Muslim (including very often people like myself - an atheist). More importantly, why must women’s rights issues be discussed within the framework of religion or for that matter, with regard to the beliefs -- real or imputed - of the woman whose rights are being discussed? For example, do we discuss domestic violence vis-à-vis Christian women or in the context of Christianity?Sophie Saviour In the last couple of days everyone is talking about the UCLA student and I am thinking of Zahra Amir-Ebrahimi, the woman in Iran who is being abused in many dimensions and perhaps without any support!The burning question remains, what has led to this hypocrisy?Other than the fact that most of us are gifted with the vestigial biases of our parents' generation, I would like to point out a particular social phenomenon that has led to the mass development of the stereotypical Persian man.There were signs of extreme exhaustion in her manner. She wanted the security of a family and the warmth of a real friendship.
Yet, marriages fail and divorce rates are ramping up.Not even touching on the next 15, I tried my best to tell them I’ve had enough. None would hear of it Azam Nemati I want to help out the brothers and make the task less stressful since many of you are so clueless and have no imagination when it comes to buying gifts for us for any occasion.I am the kindhearted big sister who wants you to shine and let’s remember this is not about me but having heard all the complaints, I want to make it simple despite the myth that women are complicated. The first are those who truly value anything that shows thoughtfulness as corny as it sounds.Soon after the first few weeks of tension and when the distrust of the primary encounter had worn off, Ensy found a new ally at home.Behind the thick layers of powder and mascara lay a woman with a golden heart Rana Rabei If I were to ask a Persian man to paint me a picture of their ideal girl, I have a feeling it would be something like this: Young, good looking, hard working, smart, and inexperienced.