Category Archives: Women in Militaries

A Self Proclaimed Hero in Leila Khaled’s My People Shall Live

In Leila Khaled’s My People Shall Live, Khaled tells of her journey as a Palestinian soldier on a mission to bring justice to her people from the Israelis.  As the narrator, Khaled tells the story in such a way that … Continue reading

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More on Gaddafi’s Virgin Bodyguards

http://www.zimbio.com/Muammar+Qadaffi/articles/Cud-KZGU6DN/AMAZONS+Five+Gaddafi+lipsticked+virgins+Bodyguards

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Gadhafis Last Hope?

http://www.aolnews.com/2011/03/23/moammar-40-lipsticked-virgins-gadhafis-best-bet-for-survival/?icid=maing|main5|dl2|sec1_lnk1|51358

Posted in Dictatorships, Freedom of women, Gender in the Middle East, Patriarchy, Women in Militaries | 3 Comments