A human rights issue that flies under the radar screen

This Examiner editorial focuses on the plight of women in the Muslim world. Except for a brief period prior to the liberation of Afghanistan, this matter has received little attention in the West. Yet throughout much of the Muslim world, women are treated as property, if not slaves, and in some countries (such as Egypt and Somalia) genital mutilation is common.
The Examiner also calls our attention to the group Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML), which describes itself as

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