Amina Tyler

Feminism Attack is a movement preaching feminist and anarchist concepts. Do you intend to become a member of this group? To
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"It's a signal that the court will not base its judgement on the law but that its decision will be political," Femen's leader
Considering the world we live in now where we have women in important positions in governments around the world, the rights for Islamic women deserve to be fought for. Otherwise, an entire group of thinkers and inventors who could change the world will be lost.
If Facebook refuses to ban those pages due to freedom of speech concerns which are valid, how can Facebook then ban images of women breastfeeding or breast cancer body paintings or 19th century art for that matter?
I have not heard a single Muslim woman speak out about how she now feels freed due to the FEMEN protests. Why is that the case? Is it because all of the -- as Inna so condescendingly put it -- "bearded men with knives" are holding Muslim women back from speaking out? No.
"We're free, we're naked, it's our right, it's our body, it's our rules, and nobody can use religion, and some other holy
Full Segment: Femen activists have declared April 4th 'topless jihad day' as a gesture of support for Tunisian woman, Amina Tyler, who was threatened with death by stoning for baring her breasts on the Femen-Tunisia Facebook page.
Femen activists have declared April 4th 'topless jihad day' as a gesture of support for Tunisian woman, Amina Tyler, who was threatened with death by stoning for baring her breasts on the Femen-Tunisia Facebook page.
Amina Tyler, a 19-year-old Tunisian woman, sparked massive controversy when she posted photos of herself on Facebook for FEMEN's topless struggle for women's rights. Managing Editor of TunisiaLive Asma Ghribi joins Ahmed to discuss what Tyler's decision represents.