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Nude Protest at In’t Women’s Day in Paris by Iranian and Arab Females


I call this unusual rally an extreme feminist protest by some intellectual ladies with Iron fists against the unjust Islamic codes towards womanhood, you go women! [DID]

A number of Arab and Iranian women staged an unusual protest in the Louvre Art Museum’s Square to call for equality and secularism on the occasion of the International Women’s Day, March 08, 2014. Tunisian activist Amina al-Souboui, Egyptian Alia al-Mahdi and five other Arab and Iranian women demonstrated fully naked and called, in French, for freedom, equality and secularism. Protest organizer Safia Lebdi says the demonstration was connected to International Women’s Day. She says the women waved flags of Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt and Iran to highlight the many legal and cultural restrictions imposed on women in the Muslim world.

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The females’ protest was even bolder than that of Femen activists, who only protest topless. French Police officers were lenient toward the women and allowed them to cricle the art museum’s pyramids. They even refrained from asking the crowds who gathered around them to disperse until after the protesters covered their bodies and started talking to the press. “I am terrified at the Islamists’ behavior in Arab countries,” Souboui said.


Naked women protest Islam Paris March 8 2014

Published by Ban Koran on Mar 8, 2014


Maryam Namazie who is an Iranian political activist, campaigner and Spokesperson for Fitnah – Movement for Women’s Liberation participated in the nude protest. In freethoughtblogs site she wrote the followings:

“Today, 8 March, International Women’s Day, Amina Sboui, Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, Solmaz Vakilpour, Safia Lebdi, Meriam Russel and myself protested nude in support of women’s rights in the Middle East and North Africa at the Louvre in Paris.

I didn’t want to just hold the Islamic regime of Iran’s flag so I cut out the Allah in the centre of the flag and let it show my vagina instead. Much better, don’t you think?

We were arrested when 100 police converged on the area and took us away. We were released after several hours. I managed to catch my Eurostar train 1 minute before it took off with the help of Waleed Al Husseini wearing “Free the Nipple” t-shirt Amina gave us each.”

Long live International Women’s Day…


The above picture shows Maryam Namazie (in the middle), an Iranian political activist, campaigner and Spokesperson for Fitnah – Movement for Women’s Liberation, in the nude protest at the International Women’s Day, March 08, 2014.







Maryam Namazie cut out Allah from the Islamic regime Iran’s flag; you can see the rest! End sex apartheid



















amina “I am terrified at the Islamists’ behavior in Arab countries,




Sources: Now.media, freethoughtblog, Ahramonline, Iron Burka




  1. Anil
    March 13, 2014 at 10:16 am

    At times protests must be havibg shock value. Well done, ladies !

  2. haleh afshar
    March 13, 2014 at 5:42 pm


  3. Someone
    March 22, 2014 at 6:54 am

    Why we protest by posing naked body instead of showing the dictators our brain. It is no question, that they are 100% free how to protest and this demonstration show their choice to protest by naked body, however it can be used by powerful religious men who are waiting to such this events to let’s them their people that is it the freedom you are looking for?

    • March 23, 2014 at 5:48 am

      We cannot allow bunch of fanatic mullahs to tailor the roadmap of our everyday living, we should not let our lives be affected by the primitive beliefs and convictions of bunch 1400-years-old mullahs. What we need to do instead is to raise the awareness of the grassroots to be able to break the superstitious spells that has been cast upon them by these Mullah zombies so that they do not easily get mesmerized by the clerics’ preaching.

  4. March 23, 2014 at 6:04 pm

    Some Person left the following comment on this article, but for some technical problem it wasn’t posted, here I post his comment:

    “Iran has been remade by these clerical extremists to have economic despair and brutal human rights repression. The country has a long and notorious history for the torture and severe treatment of its political prisoners and dissenters. It’s an unfortunate aspect of the rule under Iran’s mullahs who like any other tyrant are more concerned with preserving their power and hold over the people than in governing and leading them into a better future.”

    My Answer to this comment is as follows:
    Make no mistake the Islamic regime in Iran is whole lot more dangerous than any other tyrant regime mainly due to the fact that they are theocratic and apocalyptic. The only solution is to separate the religion from the state by replacing the regime with a man-made secular democratic regime based on the principle of human rights. The clerics should not intervene in the affairs of state, their religious practices should not go beyond their mosques.

  5. Saadat El Ghawabi
    March 25, 2014 at 1:18 pm

    I have great respect for women fighting for our rights. For some odd reason men in the middle East think that women are not even allowed to breath. I hope that women stand for themselves and decide to put an end to our slavery everywhere especially slavery in the name of relegion.

  6. vahid
    October 13, 2015 at 3:17 pm

    سلام وقتتون به نیکی .اول باید بگم خیلی زیاد ممنونم ازتون و دوم اینکه من بعنوان یک جنس مرد واقعا شرمنده شماهام که غیرت شما بیشتر از ما مدهاست….درود بر غیرتتان…

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