African Union President, Senegalese President Macky Sall said in statements to Radio France International that Africa will face a very serious famine, if wheat exports from Ukraine to the continent are not resumed.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that 4 families left the al-Rukban camp, which is located on the eastern borders of Syria with Jordan and Iraq, and has documented the departure of 18 families and 19 youths in six batches
On the 14th of May, the Times of India published a report regarding how inflation rates have severely affected the economic life of Muslim women and in turn, left them vulnerable to severe health problems. Hundreds of Muslim women are lining up outside clinics with chronic conditions needing social and financial assistance.
11th May, Human Rights Watch reported that Bangladesh police had beaten a number of Rohingya refugees at a checkpoint, including a 62-year-old female refugee who was returning to her shelter in the Kutupalong Refugee Camp after collecting food rations. She reported that police officers from Bangladesh Armed Police Battalion beat her and other Rohingya with a bamboo stick.
The BBC reported on April 25 that Kenyan women are often violated by private water sellers who exploit them due to their circumstances of poverty. The current government structures are such that water demands are not being met and private unregulated entities are absorbing the market share with their own street services. The unscrupulous water sellers have no moral objection to harassing women and physically violating them.
The forces of the usurper Jewish entity executed two Palestinian women, one from Bethlehem and the other from Al-Khalil (Hebron), in two separate incidents. They shot a 47-year-old woman while she was on her way to visit her relatives in Husan, Bethlehem in the West Bank near a military checkpoint.
Officials in Bangladesh threaten to confiscate Rohingya refugees' identity documents and forcibly transfer them to a remote flood-prone island, if they violate an arbitrary ban on schools they have set up, according to Human Rights Watch. A report issued by the organization said that refugees need identification documents called "data cards" issued by the United Nations refugee agency in cooperation with the Bangladesh government to access basic aid and services.
The arrival of the Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of India led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to power in India in 2014 had a significant impact on the rapid transformation of India into one of the most dangerous places in the world for Muslims, who constitute 12% of the population. Due to the empowerment of this party,