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The Prevalence of Femicide

The murders of young women continue. People become preoccupied with the causes and circumstances of one crime until another crime is carried out. Brutal scenes made people wonder about the reasons for this excessive violence, and made them demand the infliction of the maximum types of punishment as a deterrent. Meanwhile some civil and human rights organizations issued a joint statement in which they asked:
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Gaza is Alone Amid Aggression, Conspiracy and Betrayal

The outcome of the aggression of the Jewish entity on the Gaza Strip during the past aggression was 45 martyrs and hundreds of wounded, including 15 children and 6 women. Scenes of attacks, bombing, killing and destruction are repeated in the besieged Gaza Strip for more than 16 years, and the world watches this with terrible silence and betrayal from those near and far.
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Inflation Leaves Muslim Women in India Abandoned in a Dangerous Health Crisis

On the 14th of May, the Times of India published a report regarding how inflation rates have severely affected the economic life of Muslim women and in turn, left them vulnerable to severe health problems. Hundreds of Muslim women are lining up outside clinics with chronic conditions needing social and financial assistance.
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Bangladesh Regime Recreating Myanmar’s Persecution of the Rohingya Muslims to Force their Return to the Hands of their Killers

11th May, Human Rights Watch reported that Bangladesh police had beaten a number of Rohingya refugees at a checkpoint, including a 62-year-old female refugee who was returning to her shelter in the Kutupalong Refugee Camp after collecting food rations. She reported that police officers from Bangladesh Armed Police Battalion beat her and other Rohingya with a bamboo stick.
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Kenya’s Women are Exploited for Water When Governments Support Criminals

The BBC reported on April 25 that Kenyan women are often violated by private water sellers who exploit them due to their circumstances of poverty. The current government structures are such that water demands are not being met and private unregulated entities are absorbing the market share with their own street services. The unscrupulous water sellers have no moral objection to harassing women and physically violating them.
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