The Middle Eastern Women’s Coalition wants to reform the barbaric practices of child marriages, genital mutilations, honor killings, and dress code restrictions by initiating a cultural and religious revolution throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

DISCLAIMER: The Middle Eastern Women's Coalition serves the sole purpose of spreading awareness on the dangers of Sharia Law, child marriages, Christian persecution, genital mutilations, anti-semitism, and honor killings. Middle Eastern Women's Coalition does not collect donations and was established for the intent of national awareness and to promote human rights. 

"Freedom for women all over the world!"


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E: rabiakazan@yahoo.com


Christian Times Magazine


June 19, 2019

Christian Times Magazine featured Rabia Kazan Ex-Muslim and Award-winning Women's Rights Activist, and The best-selling Author of the Book "The Angels of Tehran" a story of the legal prostitution system in Iran.

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By Elizabeth "Bit" Marcello 

Liberal Hypocrisy On Women's Rights and the Middle East

March 21, 2019 

It sounds like women’s problems in United States are arguably minuscule compared to the literal violence women face in the Middle East.  So where are the feminists in America when we need them to speak up on these issues? 

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By Breitbart News

MEWC Calls for Rep. Ilhan Omar to Resign

March 6, 2019 

Middle Eastern Women’s Coalition leaders and supporters gathered on Capitol Hill Wednesday to call on Rep. Ilhan Omar to resign over support for Sharia law and antisemitic stances.

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By Breitbart News

Assyrian Warns Americans to Visit Ilhan Omar’s District

March 6, 2019

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Middle Eastern Women’s Coalition (MEWC) director Nahren Anweya on Wednesday warned Americans who visit Minnesota’s 5th district, Rep. Ilhan Omar’s district, the 2016 “terrorist recruitment capital of the country.”

By The Epoch Times

Newly Minted Middle Eastern Women’s Coalition Throws Support Behind Trump

December 12, 2018

WASHINGTON—Sixteen women gathered behind a podium at the National Press Club in Washington waving, clapping, cheering, and thanking President Donald Trump for fighting radical Islam.

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By NPR News

Fight To End Female Genital Mutilation

February 6th, 2019

"This is not just happening in the developing world," says Nahla Valji, senior gender adviser in the executive office of the U.N. Secretary-General. "This is happening in the developed world also."