The Stoning of Soraya M.
In 1986, a call for women rights had been heard all over the world to stand up and fight again for women in all the countries on earth. A woman was stoned to death for a pretended crime that she didnâ€™t make, a conspiracy was made by her husband for his personal goals and she had to pay the price costly. That price Soraya paid was the awaken pulse for all the women in Iran, it gave some of women rights back to them.
In many countries and places around the world, women considered to lower class then men. She serve her husband, get beaten for the little mistakes that she forgot to do, fulfill the sexual desire, cook his food, raise his children (more focusing on ...view middle of the document...
It also tell us that the punishment Soraya had should be made to Hisham also because he is part of what happened, that of course incase if the betrayal really happened.
Now, letâ€™s see how women were treated and how they are precious and appreciated in the other side of the word at that time. In 1989, statistics shows that women take places in: 6% of U.S. House of Representatives, 2% of U.S. Senate, 14% as Statewide Offices and 17% of State Legislature. Thatâ€™s almost 41% of the some of the most important positions in the United States. So simply, if Soraya lives in the U.S. or an American citizen, she would properly still alive now.
By mentioning the United States, we have to mention the Federal and State laws. It is much different than using a single source (religion as example) to set laws. The federal government provided many Acts to insure the equality, for example â€œTitle VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amendedâ€ which states (Federal law prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin. It covers all aspects of employment from advertising open positions through termination or retirement.).
At the Seventeenth Anniversary of the Violence Against Women, the US government expanded the laws to provide more programs and services like Violence prevention...