Women's Rights In Afghanistan Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Women's Rights In Afghanistan Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Sheryl Sandberg: There are still countries that deny women basic civil rights. Worldwide, about 4.4 million women There are still countries that deny women basic civil rights. Worldwide, about 4.4 million women and 1 girls are trapped in the sex trade. In places like Afghanistan and Sudan, girls receive little or no education, wives are treated as the property of their husbands, and women who are raped are routinely cast out of their homes for disgracing their families. Some rape victims are even sent to jail for committing a "moral crime."2 We are centuries ahead of the unacceptable treatment of women in these countries. But knowing that things could be worse should not stop us from trying to make them better. — Sheryl Sandberg
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Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Condoleezza Rice: We were spending American blood and treasure to liberate the people of Afghanistan from one We were spending American blood and treasure to liberate the people of Afghanistan from one of the most brutal regimes on the face of the earth. That we would not use that moment to press for women's rights seems to me unthinkable. — Condoleezza Rice
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Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Sarah Bessey: One needn't identify as a feminist to participate in the redemptive movement of God for One needn't identify as a feminist to participate in the redemptive movement of God for women in the world, The gospel is more than enough. Of course it is! But as long as I know how important maternal health is to Haiti's future, and as long as I know that women are being abused and raped, as long as I know girls are being denied life itself through selective abortion, abandonment, and abuse, as long as brave little girls in Afghanistan are attacked with acid for the crime of going to school, and until being a Christian is synonymous with doing something about these things, you can also call me a feminist. — Sarah Bessey
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Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Patricia Richardson: Losing their reproductive rights is the first step to how women live in Saudi Arabia Losing their reproductive rights is the first step to how women live in Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan. — Patricia Richardson
Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Lisa See: These are universals, as is the fear women feel during times of political upheaval that These are universals, as is the fear women feel during times of political upheaval that occur in what could still be called the outside world of men--whether during the Taiping Rebellion so many years ago or today for women in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Sudan, or even right here in this country in the post-9/11 era. On the surface, we as American women are independent, free, and mobile, but at our cores we still long for love, friendship, happiness, tranquility, and to be heard. — Lisa See
Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Cheryl Benard Quoting Lorrie: Women in my country take their rights for granted and completely dissociate themselves from the Women in my country take their rights for granted and completely dissociate themselves from the women's rights movement and feminism. But I think anything's possible. If I don't help the women in Afghanistan, they won't be around to help me. — Cheryl Benard Quoting Lorrie
Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Hillel Neuer: If in the past, you didnt cry out when thousands of protestors were killed and If in the past, you didnt cry out when thousands of protestors were killed and injured by Turkey, Egypt and Libya, when more victims than ever were hanged by Iran, women and children in Afghanistan were bombed, whole communities were massacred in South Sudan, 1800 Palestinians were starved and murdered by Assad in Syria, hundreds in Pakistan were killed by jihadist terrorist attacks, 10,000 Iraqis were killed by terrorists, villagers were slaughtered in Nigeria, but you ONLY cry out for Gaza, then you are NOT Pro- Human Rights, you are only Anti-Israel. — Hillel Neuer
Women's Rights In Afghanistan Sayings By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon: Women in Afghanistan do not ask the United States to stay for the simple or Women in Afghanistan do not ask the United States to stay for the simple or sentimental reason of safeguarding their rights. They are the first ones to say that this is not enough of a reason for the world's remaining superpower to remain in their country. — Gayle Tzemach Lemmon