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Disons STOP aux violences contre les femmes !//( We say enough and STOP the violence against Women!)

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Chaque année, le 25 novembre est une journée particulière, celle de la lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes. Cette violence ce n’est pas rien et il faut la dénoncer, l’arrêter. Ca urge, car seulement, en France, 216 000 femmes sont victimes chaque année  de violences conjugales (physiques ou sexuelles). Cette violence tue une femme tous les trois jours !

Une femme sur deux tuée dans le monde l’a été à la suite de violences perpétrées par un partenaire ou un proche selon les Nations unies. Une situation inquiétante sur laquelle l’ONU tente d’alerter en faisant du 25 novembre la journée internationale pour l’élimination des violences faites aux femmes.

Viol conjugal, mutilations génitales … Au rang des agressions recensées, on compte les violences sexuelles et physiques, mais aussi psychologiques.

Les violences faites aux femmes n’épargnent aucun continent. Quelques 133 millions de filles et de femmes subissent encore l’excision dans les pays d’Afrique et du Moyen-Orient. Mais la violence ne concerne pas que ces régions du monde. Entre 45 % à 55 % des femmes sont victimes de harcèlement sexuel depuis l’âge de 15 ans .

Au Maroc vendredi dernier le 25 novembre, l’émission matinale d’une chaîne de télévision publique marocaine a diffusé une démonstration de maquillage pour femmes battues, à l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes.

English:

While 2016 saw some victories in countering violence against women and domestic abuse, including the International Criminal Court’s first conviction for sexual violence, the statistics remain grim. In the US alone,three women are killed due to domestic violence every day .

To say Islam is the reason behind the fall of women’s rights in the MENA region is evidently ignoring the many variables that contribute to the subjection of women. Islam is a religion that has been around for over 1,400 years and is deeply layered and nuanced. Many aspects deemed to be oppressive of women such as bans on driving or forced marriages are in fact cultural rather than religious. To blame a whole religion for a region-wide problem lacks depth of understanding of the effect that dictatorships, war and colonialism has had on women’s rights not only in the MENA region, but throughout the world.

Iran is the only country in the world where women have been executed or tortured to death by the thousands for their opposition. Tens of thousands of PMOI women were massacred by the regime in the 1980s for exercising their freedom of speech and thought. They included teenage girls, pregnant women and elderly mothers. In 1988, thousands of women were among the 30,000 political prisoners massacred and buried in unmarked mass graves across the country. The audio clip and letters of Ayatollah Hossein-Ali Montazeri, Khomeini’s ousted heir, reveal some of the most vicious instances of torture, rape, and execution of girls and women in the Iranian jails.

Last Friday the Moroccan state TV aired a segment on a women’s daily show that attempted to normalize domestic violence against women and provided a makeup tutorial on how to cover up bruises so the women would still be beautiful — essentially urging the female viewers that watched the segment, titled “Tutorial Instructions for Females to Hide Bruises of Domestic Violence,” to accept the bruises and live their lives as though their spouses never violently abused them.

The segment discussed the best brands to use when attempting to cover up the bruises left behind by domestic abuse, as well as instructions and tutorials on how to best hide the facial marks. The host of the show played along with the segment, sending hope that the tutorial would help the women that watched.

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  • Featured Image: Yazidi activists Nadia Murad and Lamiya Aji Bashar, victims of sexual slavery carried out by Islamic State, have won the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize

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9 thoughts on “Disons STOP aux violences contre les femmes !//( We say enough and STOP the violence against Women!)”

  1. Quién nos dicta los días
    quién nos impone alegrías y penas
    por qué nos hacen sentirnos enemigos
    ¿no es este asqueroso Sistema?…
    Los días los impone es el Sistema cuando y como quiere
    para que los sigan los borregos de la nobelería.
    Mañana, el día de la autopsia.,
    pasado el de la eutanasia
    y los borregos siguiendo la manada de la ONU…

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