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Friday, April 27, 2012

No.. They adore you babe..!!


In response to: Mona AlTahawi's

Her name came out during the Egyptian upraising of 2011; I assumed been one of the new wishful Egyptian intelligentsia.. I guess I was wrong, as part of Feminism is another form of Extremism..!!

The general theme among the female commentators on Mona AlTahawi's piece, was that sense of discomfort on what she had composed.. This reflects not only the intellectual deviation she illustrated by reducing Muslim women causes to be Egyptian or Saudi; but also how she had addressed those critical issues without epistemic referrals or knowledge..

She did not advise on solution of those topics she pinpointed, only a cliché actions that already included in all acting NGOs, lobbies and political parties.. As how her article was hot, fierce and flammable; there were no innovative or breathtaking solutions provided.. Another episode of systematic “ejaculations” form the so-called intellectual elite..

For me, any sort of hysterical expression is a sort of extremism, as simply crosses the parameters of logic, order and/or epistemia.. Avoiding the controversial definition of civilization, I tend, professionally and logically to refer to the urbanism as an umbrella of progressive citizenship, whereas individuals would intelligently exercise their receipts, contributions and expressions within a vision to add value, not to ignite unnecessary and unhealthy hallucinations..

The 3rd world will not stand up by that simple destruction of stigmas and taboos; which are too many.. But by scientific and intellectual approaches that would highly consider the recipients rather than the activists..

Between self-polishing on media stages and self-struggle on grounds of need; there are great divides and vast mazes..!



Why Do They Hate Us?
Some may ask why I'm bringing this up now, at a time when the region has risen up, fueled not by the usual hatred of America and Israel but by a common demand for freedom. After all, shouldn't everyone get basic rights first, before women demand special treatment? And what does gender, or for that matter, sex, have to do with the Arab Spring? But I'm not talking about sex hidden away in dark corners and closed bedrooms. An entire political and economic system -- one that treats half of humanity like animals -- must be destroyed along with the other more obvious tyrannies choking off the region from its future. Until the rage shifts from the oppressors in our presidential palaces to the oppressors on our streets and in our homes, our revolution has not even begun.
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/04/23/why_do_they_hate_us


Oh, Mona!
http://www.americanpaki.wordpress.com/
Since yesterday it appears Mona Eltahawy has had her hands full fending off the ...massive outrage her Foreign Policy article entitled “Why do they hate us? The real war on women is in the MiddleEas...americanpaki.wordpress.com/2012/04/24/oh-mona/
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Do Arab men hate women? It's not that simple
http://www.guardian.co.uk/http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/apr/25/arab-men-women-mona-eltahawy?fb=optOut
Nesrine Malik: Mona Eltahawy's controversial article in Foreign Policy magazine about the treatment of Arab women is a misdirected call to arms..


Do Arab Men Hate Women? Mona Eltahawy Faces Firestorm
Global Voices
http://www.globalvoicesonline.org/http://globalvoicesonline.org/2012/04/25/do-arabs-hate-women-mona-eltahawy-faces-firestorm/
Egyptian-American columnist Mona Eltahawy has once again sparked controversy wit...h an article in Foreign Policy magazine entitled “Why Do They Hate Us?”, in which she argues that Arab societies are fundamentally misogynistic.

Muslims Do What?!
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/
The cover of Foreign Policy's May/June 2012 issue is raising controversy for it'...s photo depicting a nude woman with a niqab painted on her body, with the title "Why Do They Hate Us?" I am thrilled to see the Muslim debate raised to a level I have been longing for. I immediately thought of Asif Rehma...
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/farah-mawani/muslim-bra-photo_b_1439794.html?ref=fb&src=sp&comm_ref=false#sb=689746,b=facebook

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