Feminists Insha'Allah: The History of Arab Feminism
Morocco, Egypt (EG), Algeria (DZ), Tunisia (TN), 2014, 52 minutes, SD
Feminists Insha'Allah: The History of Arab Feminism Synopsis

This is the unknown story of a century of Arab feminism. Filmed in Morocco, Egypt, Algeria and Tunisia and featuring previously unreleased archives and exclusive interviews with activists, it approaches Arab feminism from a historical perspective.


We see how female emancipation has been shaped by the forces of nationalism and colonialism and hear from the Muslim women who are fighting for their liberation.

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Reviewed by Arabisca
An eye opening film. Beautifully made and edited however lacking female voices from the Arabian peninsula which can not be the fault of the filmmaker in my opinion as it... more
An eye opening film. Beautifully made and edited however lacking female voices from the Arabian peninsula which can not be the fault of the filmmaker in my opinion as it is known how private and problematic can it be to reach anyone of them. Nonetheless it was important to add it to the film as it is a crucial piece of  the Arab Feminisim movement.  This film should be made in Arabic as well and broadcasted via television channels. It's important to educate the younger generation from all corners of the Arabian world. I am with the uprising of women in the Arab world.
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