Male Community And Women's Rights
Is it logical to justify violations against women through cultural and religious standards?
- For how long will women be taken as evidence of the cultural and moral integrity of society?
What is the vital field that enables women to overcome the system of domination and marginalization?
It seems that women have placed in the womb of a spiral the definition of closed cultures, as cultures that retain the traditional forms of femininity, and that the violation of their fundamental rights is a common and common pattern. Hence, there is nothing new, if we want to provide some evidence about the bitter reality of Arab women, as military tendency increases(so to speak) or so-called violence against women (domestic rape), not to mention the practices of circumcision in some societies, in addition to economic weakness and lack of independence Somewhat physical.
But it is surprising that some women accept these appearances, and arguing that they have got used to such practices, and is deplorable that many of our women do not know anything about exploiting them. Thus, of course when attempting to evaluate this complex hybrid and dialectical problematics, we will collide with the harshness and intensity of the following questions:
- Why is it that our masculinity is only related to the oppression of our women?
- Should the vital field guaranteeing the rights of women be depends on a legal system and not on the Male Society Culture?
- According to the principles of human rights: Are women entitled to accept violation of their humanity?