Category: Human Rights »

LGBT communities fighting for their survival

As long as there have been living organisms with any modicum of intelligence, there has existed prejudice.  This division that we human draw amongst ourselves in society are based on a variety of characteristics.  Depending on the part of the world we live in, sometimes it is based on level of income, color of our skin or bloodlines we descend from. Read more »

Conditions that predominate the lives of women in Afghanistan and Russia

Muslim woman in Afghanistan remain to be much in the state of extreme terror as is evident from the case of Sohaila, who had received 100 lashes in a dilapidated sports stadium in Kabul in  1998 in front of thirty thousand boys and men who gathered to watch the act (Ahmad, 2012). Sohaila’s crime was decided of adultery, as she was spotted walking with a man who wasn’t a relative. It is to be noted that since Sohaila was unmarried her punishment was limited to flogging; had Sohaila been married, her punishment would have been public stoning to death. Read more »

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