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5 Things Trupti Desai should Fight Against if she really cares for Gender Equality

Bhumata Brigade's founder Trupti Desai is a self declared women empowerment messiah. She forced Shani Mandir officials to bow down before her media antics and even threatened that women will forcefully enter Sabarimala. While her love for gender equality is appreciated, her hypocrisy and double standards come out in the open when she refuses to protest against the crime against women in Islam.
Here is a list of practises that Trupti must seriously consider protesting against, if she really cares for gender equality in the society!

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Female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as female genital cutting and female circumcision, is the ritual removal of some or all of the external female genitalia. UNICEF estimated in 2016 that 200 million women had undergone the procedures in 27 countries in Africa, as well as in Indonesia, Iraqi Kurdistan and Yemen, with a rate of 80–98 percent within the 15–49 age group in Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Guinea, Mali, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Sudan.[3] The practice is also found elsewhere in Asia, the Middle East, and among communities from these areas around the world.

Taharrush

The Arabic gang-rape 'Taharrush' phenomenon which sees women surrounded by groups of men in crowds and sexually assaulted is a barbaric practice. Read on to know more

Thighing of young females in Arab Countries

Several Thousand young females are brutally thighed in Arab as well as Non Arab countries and it is completely permitted in Islam

Triple Talaaq: Oral Divorce

Can a Muslim man divorce his wife simply by repeating "I divorce you" three times?

Yes. It is a controversial practice called the talaq or "triple-talaq."

Anytime a wife is not menstruating, a husband may divorce her by saying, "I divorce you, I divorce you, I divorce you," effectively throwing her out on the street and leaving him free to obtain a new wife.

Burqa or House Arrest?

A burqa (Urdu: بُرقع‎) (Arabic pronunciation: [ˈbʊrqʊʕ, ˈbʊrqɑʕ]a (also transliterated burkha, bourkha, burka or burqu' from Arabic: برقع‎‎ burquʻ or burqaʻ), also known as chadri or paranja in Central Asia) is an enveloping outer garment worn by women in some Islamic traditions to cover their bodies when in public.