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Women call to protect women's rights under Muslim culture

The Center for Security Policy has launched a national public education campaign to ask America's leaders to end the real 'war on women' -- the Shariah War On Women. Shariah law oppresses women's liberties and human rights, denying them their unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: Life: Shariah destroys women's lives through honor killings, physical abuse, female genital mutilation, and rape.
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