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Ten of the women were summoned to a police station two days later and were lashed 10 times each, according to Hussein, who wears a hijab or Islamic headscarf.
The women whipped earlier this month included some from animist and Christian south Sudan where the Muslim north's Islamic or sharia law does not apply.
The demonstrations led by these young women inspired ongoing protests in Universities, which seek to mobilize residents of many Sudanese cities. Sudan is revolting against Omar El-Bashir’s regime.
H., a female student studying political science in Khartoum University.By 1969, women gained their rights to political participation, and equality in education, work, and wages.On April 1985, a revolution erupted against Jafa’ar Numeiri’s military regime (1969-1985), and women had gained more rights, serving as ministers, lawyers, doctors, and teachers.Police have also cracked down on another woman journalist, Amal Habbani, after she wrote an article condemning Hussein's treatment.
Habbani wrote an article for Ajrass Al-Horreya newspaper following the arrests entitled "Lubna, a case of subduing a woman's body." "I am waiting for a decision," Habbani said after she was charged with defamation of the police, for which she faces a fine of up to several hundred thousand dollars if convicted.After the revolution, Fatima was the first Sudanese woman to be elected as a member of parliament.