Published June 25, 2007
arabic woman , dialog , equality , freedom of speech , gender studies , human rights , Islam , niqab , pluralism , Religion , Sex , sexual assault , Suzanne Mubarak , tolerance , women's rights
Stop sarcasm about Niqab, start dialog
You might be aware that the UK is puzzled as to how it should react, forbid or authorize the Niqab. I, myself, am not sure wether the Niqab is only a matter of faith, and I do believe that many women, especially in the UK, wear it by choice. It is a significant choice, an eloquent choice. What is it saying? What is it calling for ? — if ever you agree to consider that it might be calling for something. This video calls for sarcasms to stop and for dialog to start, apparently there is a lot to be said, especially when you hear Mrs Al Shaikh, a Nigabi interviewed by the Herald Tribune, saying:
“For me it not just a piece of clothing, it is an act of faith and solidarity”. Another anonymous woman said : “It is a frontal expression of Islamic Identity, which I have embraced since Sept.11 2001, as a form of rebellion against the policies in Iraq and at home”.
Published June 23, 2007
equality , freedom of love , freedom of speech , gender studies , human rights , Islam , love , muslim brotherhood , niqab , pluralism , Religion , Sex , sexual assault , Suzanne Mubarak , women's rights
المرأة حرة : و ماله /Free Women: So What ?
This 3rd Cell Phone video addresses women’s rights issues: freedom of faith, way of life, dress.. Muslim? Great. Christian? Perfect. Jewish? Shalom. Veil? Why not. Niqab (1) ? Be my guest. No Niqab? Your choice. Atheist? Whatever. You’re ready to die for God? It’s your life. You would die for Adel Emam? Who wouldn’t…
Ahmad Sherif / Ahmadsherif
Published June 13, 2007
equality , freedom of speech , human rights , Islam , mubarak , pluralism , Politics and religion , Religion , Sex , sexual assault , tolerance , violence , women's rights
Speech : so what ?/التعبير : و ماله ؟
Translation for non Arabic speaking viewers of our second Freedom Cell Phone Movies :
Cell Phone Movies Presents
Title : Speech: so what
President Mubarak is a great man
President Mubarak is a first class ruthless dictator
An Islamic government is our only hope
A religious government may seriously damage your freedom
A woman is to cover her body, listen to her husband and stop acting like a whore
A woman is a man’s equal, she may do whatever she likes
Punch line : Freedom of opinion requires no second opinion
End : Egypt, speak up
الحب : وماله ؟ / Love : so what ?
This spot is the first of a collection of cell phone movies designed to be exchanged… on cell phones.