UN: Majority of women killed across the world die at hands of family member
New data released by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime show that an average of 137 women across the world are killed every day by a partner or family member – i.e. app. 58 pc of the 87,000 women killed in 2017. “The home is the most likely place for a woman to be killed,” say the UN figures released on Monday for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.”
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I guess the UN ought to open an inquiry into Islamic misogyny and the unequal status Muslim women suffer at the hands of their Imams, fathers, brothers and a religion which is thoroughly against equality and “inclusion.” Islam is also is antisemitic to the core and is protected by leftist governments from being criticized or even having these facts exposed. Now western governments are making the criticism of Islam an offense and crime and big tech firms like Google and Facebook, etc., are weaponizing their platforms so that what is said about Islam will be sanitized and hidden from view with those who express free speech banished from public fora.
Google and Facebook must keep up the good work, and also report to the mosque right near all offenders in reference of the Islam book.