Conference of the Air: The Middle East Revolutions and their Impact on Women’s Rights


American Freedom Alliance presents

Its 4th Conference of the Air

The Middle East Revolutions and their Impact on Women’s Rights

Featuring:

Wafa Sultan, Nonie Darwish, Kiran Zaidi, Parvin Dabati, Raheel Reza,

Sunday, March 20, 2011

10:00 am – 1:00 pm PDT
(1:00 PM – 4:00 pm EST)

Streamed live on the Internet and then archived.
Log in from anywhere in the world and listen at any time at:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ WesternWordRadio

The cataclysmic events which have roiled the Middle East over the past three months have produced their share of concern around the world. Who or what will replace the dictatorial regimes of Libya, Tunisia and Egypt? What will the fallout for other Arab nations in the region and will the fragile peace agreement between Egypt and Israel survive?

Among some of the more pressing questions however, and the one most forgotten, is what do these upheavals signal for the future of Muslim women and their role in Muslim society? Do the revolutions signal greater openness to women’s participation? Or is the New Middle East going to look much like its older version? For without a greater public presence for women in Muslim society can there really be any advance towards the kind of liberty and freedom the revolutions have so far extolled?

Join AFA for a three hour Conference of the Air as Muslim women from around the world give voice to ideas and philosophies regarding their own and their compatriots’ future.

Join us at this extraordinary first time debate on issues of vital importance to the future of the United Sates and the world.

 

Click here for AFA Lecture Series Page

Contact AFA for further information at (310) 444 3085 or access AFA website www.americanfreedomalliance.org

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