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Iranian activist Alinejad has no illusions about the state of European feminism, writing that 'European female politicians are hypocrites.'
According to JWF, for many survivors this may be the first time they feel they have received emotional acknowledgement or validation of their experiences.
The Chief Rabbinate will invite Rabbi Riskin for a hearing on whether to extend his term, ostensibly because of his age but possibly because of his views on conversion.
Can a Twitter account with 355,000 followers convince Saudi Arabia to allow women to drive?
The obvious rejection will be valuable for historians to understand why the UN is a world disaster area.
A demonstration by 10,000 in Isfahan for women's rights has morphed into a protest against Iran's regime.
Women drivers are so terrible in Saudi Arabia that police fine any woman they see. Their crime is driving. Threats of fines kept the “women’s driver protest” to a mere trickle.
Justice Minister Tzipi Livni has appointed the first woman as one of the members of the State Committee for the Appointment of Rabbinical Court...
Attendees learned about Israel’s success promoting women’s rights.
Women in Iran are pinning their hopes on Hassan Rohani to pass what would be a sweeping reform in the Islamic Republic – allowing...
President Obama cited the Jewish striving for freedom and the U.S.-Israel bond in his Jewish American Heritage Month declaration. "Jewish immigrants from all over the...