Discussion in 'Middle East - General' started by JStone, Dec 29, 2011.
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PressTV from Iran should only make "women documentary" once their women reach the standards of women in Turkey.
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If husbands are reported by their wife's as beaters, then husbands must do public work, get an electronic bracelet and medical treatment.
These measures have become law
Gov't prepares draft to curb domestic violence - Hürriyet Daily News | Archive news detail
There's no State discrimination against women.
Laws are on levels women deserve (men and women equal before law).
There are no gender-segregated buses on Turkey's street like they are in Israel.
There are also no Rabbis in Turkey that call 6-year old girls "prostitutes" because they show elbow-skin.
Turkey doesn't have these problems of Israel.
As to violence against women:
Government only can ensure equality before law (it's ensured).
It operates women's shelters and operates Hotlines for women being the victim of marriage-violence. It finances awareness campaigns.
Government doesn't spy in bedrooms.
And government only can act if the women report their husbands.
Then husbands will be punished.
80% of engineers in Turkey are women.
German Scientific Academy Chairman says:
Goethe-Institut - Wissenschaft und Bildung - Hochschule und Studium
If they marry the wrong guy, then State will assist them, that their rights are protected and husbands are punished.
Oh look, spamboi and camelboi are cross-posting bullshit. Isn't it cute?
Run to your nursemaid Must be feeding time for you. Tough being abandoned as a child, eh?
Israel boy should care for gender-segregated buses on Israel's street.
And Iran's PressTV should care for women being stoned in Iran.
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