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June 18, 2005


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» Mukhtaran Mai: Freedom for Pakistani Women from The Newest Industry
Tim Bray writes about Mukhtaran Mai, a Pakistani woman who was sentenced by her tribal council to be gang-raped as punishment for a crime of honour. [here] NPR had a great story on her on All Things Considered yesterday (audio here). The US gover... [Read More]

» Mukhtaran Bibi update from Stygius
Blogger Tom Watson has been doing incredible work on the plight of Pakistani women's rights hero Mukhtaran Bibi (or Mukhtar Mai) [previously]. Apart from Nicolas Kristoff, the British media has been doing a much better job on this story (see BBC). But ... [Read More]

» Mukhtaran Bibi from Fogw Walking
Terrorism could be broadly defined as any violent or threatening act that promotes fear and disorder with the aim of overthrowing or blocking democracy. Gang-raping innocent women obviously fits that description. There is no democracy that does not p... [Read More]

» Kristof Updates the Bibi Story from CommonSenseDesk
It seems that the hard work of a lot of people is having a positive effect on Bibi's chances. [Read More]


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