Khamsin Bulletin 7 (1989)

Women Against Fundamentalism

2024-01-21T01:06:18+02:00November 10, 1989|Categories: Documents, Khamsin Bulletin 7|

Women Against Fundamentalism was launched on May 6th 1989, as a network to challenge the rise of fundamentalism in all religions. Women's groups involved in this campaign include Southall Black Sisters, Brent Asian Women's Refuge and the Iranian Women's Organization in Britain.

Iran after the War ‒ by Maryam Poya

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The left and other secularists failed to mount a serious challenge to Islamization. The acceptance of Islam by the bulk of the population does not signify cal­lous indifference to the slaughter of individual leftists; rather, it is an expression of despair. The population feels powerless.

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