Thursday, December 26, 2013

‘Domestic Abuse in Saudi Arabia Threatens Society’s Fabric’

Hanadi Rashad poses with "Koko", one of her puppet video assistants, at the set area of her home in Winston-Salem, N.C. Rashad has developed a series of videos and a self-published book to help teach young children Arabic so they can better understand the Quran.
Saudi Religious Scholar Warns Women against Working for Telemarketing Firms
Gender Concerns Workshop on Enrolling Libyan Women in Politics
International Women in Libya Meet and Share Cultures
Woman Publishes Book to Help Muslim Children in the U.S. Learn Arabic
Mothers of Terror Victims Go On Offensive against Impending Palestinian Prisoner Release
Iran Charity Organization Provides Support to Somali Women
JCCI Board Needs Women to Promote Business
Over 31,000 Ethiopian Maids Ran Away Of Their Jobs in Saudi Arabia
Women and Reporters Remain Under Threat in Afghanistan, Pakistan
Bihari Woman Shines at Mrs. India Contest, Wins Mrs. India Queen First Runner-Up
Holocaust Survivors Reunite With the Woman Who Cared For Them after the War
PAF Chief for Women’s Role in Grooming Next Generation
Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

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