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Money Jihad
"This blog is dedicated to exposing how the enemies of America finance themselves. Here we shine a light on: Terrorist funding, The economies & military expenses of Middle Eastern countries, Sharia finance, Islamic taxation"

Bulletin of the Oppression of Women in Islam
"As long as women suffer under this yolk of near slavery, we will never stop protesting the hideous sub-human treatment such as Female Genital Mutilation, honor killings and gender discrimination"
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End the Shariah War on Women
"Center for Security Policy will launch a national public education campaign to ask America’s leaders to end the real ‘war on women’ — the Shariah War On Women. Shariah law oppresses women’s liberties and human rights, denying them their unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness"
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Kurdish Women's Rights Watch
KWRW is "an organisation dedicated to supporting and promoting women's rights in the Kurdish community, whether in Kurdistan or in the diaspora. KWRW also incorporates KWAHK (Kurdish Women: Action against Honour Killing), an honour-based violence campaign within the organisation"
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Loving a Muslim
LaM "is a forum and support group for non-Muslim women (mostly Christian) dating or married to Muslim men. The purpose is to share our experiences and questions among ourselves, learn from each other and encourage each other"
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Maryam Namazie
"Maryam Namazie is a rights activist, and commentator and broadcaster on Iran, rights, cultural relativism, secularism, religion, political Islam and other related topics"
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Miss Afghanistan
Website run by an American web-designer, Lizy Bordom, contrasts the life of a 'Miss America' and a 'Miss Afghanistan' under the Taliban
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Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)
"RAWA is the oldest political/social organization of Afghan women struggling for peace, freedom, democracy and women's rights in fundamentalism-blighted Afghanistan since 1977"
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Taslima Nasrin
Former Muslim from Bangladesh, whose books have been banned in her country. In 1993, Islamic fundamentalists announced a Fatwa against her, offering a bounty for her death.
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The Organization of Women's Freedom in Iraq
"Independent Women’s organization (IWO) was formed on 8th of March 1992 in North of Iraq with the efforts of volunteering individuals. Since then, women sheltering services began to be provided. These include armed protection, safe dwelling and legal services."
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Women Against Violence
"Women Against Violence (WAV), a resource on women's issues, has been dedicated to the advancement of Palestinian women in Israel for over 15 years"
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Women Living Under Muslim Laws
"Women Living Under Muslim Laws is an international solidarity network that provides information, support and a collective space for women whose lives are shaped, conditioned or governed by laws and customs said to derive from Islam. Website in English, French and Arabic"
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Women's Forum Against Fundamentalism In Iran
"The Women's Forum Against Fundamentalism in Iran (WFAFI) is committed to promoting a greater awareness of the challenges women face living under fundamentalist regimes such as that of Iran"