Raha Moharrak

Raha Moharrak

It is said, Saudi Arabia is one of the most conservative country of the world. Because in the country it is forbidden to go any stadium to watch the sports for women, forbidden to drive any car! In such a situation Raha Moharrak is the first and the youngest women in Arab world who conquer the highest Mount Everest. She was born in 1988 in Jeddah, a city of western Saudi Arabia. Moharrak was brought up in Saudi Arabia in a standard family, one of the few nations that heartily demoralize women’s cooperation in various sports. As indicated by famous CNN channel she expressed, “Getting her family to let her climb was as challenging as the climb itself”. Her enlightening experience comprised of going to American University of Sharaj where she considered visual correspondences. Moreover, for the duration of her life she has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro Mount Vinson,Mount Elbrus and different others. Moharrak did broad preparing outside these ascensions to have the capacity to finish this astounding deed; in the year of 2013 she reached at the highest mount of Argentina Aconcagua. She had been in Nepal since April of 2013 to chip away at her arrange of overcoming Mount Everest, the highest Mount of the world. At the point when talking about her accomplishment she said “I couldn’t care less in regards to being the first the length of it rouses another person to be second.” At present she lives in Dubai, the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates where she is a visual creator. For her brave work she is known as one of the Mighty Muslimah of the Muslim World.

At a glance:
  • Full name                  : Raha Moharrak
  • Country                     : Saudi Arabia
  • Date of Birth            : 1988
  • Place of Birth           : Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Age                            : 26
  • Known for                : Mountaineer, Graphics Designer, Motivator, Art Director
  • Fan page                   : https://www.facebook.com/moharrak.raha
  • Official Website       : http://rahamoharrak.com/

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Manal al-Sharif

manal al-sharif

Manal al-Sharif is a brave Muslim woman in Saudi Arabia. She was born 25 April, 1979. She graduated from King Abdul Aziz University. Her subject was Bachelor of Science in Computing. Moreover she achieved a Cisco Career Certification. She was a brilliant student in her study life. After completing her graduation she worked in a Saudi National Oil company “Aramco” as an Internet Security Consultant. Furthermore she wrote for “Al Watan”, an Omani daily newspaper.

At present there is no any law in Saudi Arabia prohibiting driving as it is not mentioned in the holly Quran and therefore cannot be forbidden based on religion. It is today considered de facto against the law due to a number of fatwa’s issued to the effect. Manal al Sharif is one of the brave organizers of an online campaign encouraging women to start driving in Saudi Arabia on 17 June, 2011.
In May 2011, Manal uploaded a video of herself driving on YouTube.  After a few days she was arrested by the police and her YouTube video became inaccessible. There is no any way to hide the true that Saudi Arabia is the only country that doesn’t allow women to be present at sport events in its stadiums…!
Manal al-Sharif created a fanpage named “Teach Me How to Drive So I Can Protect Myself”. This page was prohibited by the Saudi Arabian Authority. Furthermore her Facebook and twitter account was closed. Despite the Kingdom’s restriction, Manal’s followers made copies of the Facebook events page after her arrest as well as her online message regarding the June 17 protest have been featured online by news organizations such as Al Jazeera where they cannot be so effortlessly deleted. Manal was eventually released from prison on the condition that she ceases encouraging women to participate in the June 17 event. Heroism video of Manal al-Sharif is again available on YouTube.

In Saudi Arabia “Women2Drive” movement was started by this brave woman Manal al-Sharif in 2011. Some women activists such as Eman al-Nafjan, Tamador Al-Yami and Saudi celebrity Loujain Hathoul are amongst the women who joined the “women2drive movement”. Within a few days many women drove and uploaded their videos to the internet.

At a glance :
  • Full name                  : Manal Abd Masoud Almnami al-Sharif
  • Country                     : Saudi Arabia
  • Date of Birth            : 25 April, 1979
  • Place of Birth           : Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • Age                            : 35
  • Known for                : Human Rights Activist, Women Rights Activist,
  • Fan page                   : Teach Me How to Drive So I Can Protect Myself
  • Official Website       : http://manal-alsharif.com/

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Sheikh Hasina


The honorable 2nd term prime minister of the people’s republic of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina was born at Tungipara in the district of Gopalganj on the 28th September, 1947. She is a Muslima. According to FORBES she is one of The Most Powerful Women In Politics For 2014. She is still now trying to establish women rights in Bangladesh. She is the eldest of 5 children of the founder of independent Bangladesh and Father of the nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. She graduated from the University of Dhaka in 1973.
In addition, she served on the student’s union of Government intermediate girl’s college as vice president. She was also secretary of the students’ league unit, as well as being a member of the students’ league unit at Dhaka University. Right from her student days she has been in active participation in every mass movement.

When the father of the nation , Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was martyred along with his family members on the 15th of August in 1975,  Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana, her younger sister were in west Germany at the time and as such were the only survivors. She later traveled to the United Kingdom in 1980 where she began her movement against autocratic rule at the time. She was unanimously elected to serve as president of the Bangladesh Awami league in 1981 in absent as she was forced into exile in New Delhi. She returned home on the 17th day in May 1981, ending six year in exile.


She received many awards and recognition, among which was the conferment of the degree of “Doctor of Law” by the Boston University in the USA on 6 February 1997 and the honorary Doctor of Law by the Waseda University in japan on 4 July 1997. The University of Abertay Dundee of the United Kingdom conferred on her the honorary “Doctorate of Philosophy” in liberal arts on the 25th October 1997. Visva-Vharati University of west Bengal, India conferred on her the honorary degree of “Desikottama” (doctor of literature, honoris causa) on 28 January 1999. The Australian national University also conferred on her the “Doctor of Laws“, honoris causa in the light of her innovative contributions in the service of society on 20 October 1999. For her outstanding contributions towards peace and democracy, Dhaka University conferred on her the honorary “Doctor of Laws” on 18 December 1999. For her decisive role in establishing democracy and for protecting human rights and ensuring peace, the world famous catholic university of Brussels, Belgium awarded her with an honorary doctorate degree on 4th February 2000. Sheikh Hasina has also been conferred honorary “Doctor of Humane Letters” by the Bridgeport University, USA on the 5th of September 2000. She has been awarded UNESCO’s “Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize” in 1998 for her remarkable efforts to bringing peace by ending the 25 year conflict in Chittagong hill tract through her display of political courage and statesmanship.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on the 9th of April 2000 received the prestigious Pearl S. buck award ’99 in recognition of her courage, vision, and her achievement in the political, humanitarian and economic fields by the Randolph Macon Woman’s College of USA. The Food and agriculture organization (FAO) awarded the prestigious CERES medal to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her efforts to fight hunger on 2nd August 1999. The Mother Theresa Award was given to her in 1998 by the all India peace council. For her promoting the growth of grassroots democracy in Bangladesh, and her contributions to promoting communal understanding and non violent religious harmony, Sheikh Hasina was awarded the M K Gandhi award in Oslo by the Mahatma M K Gandhi foundation. The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International named Sheikh Hasina a Paul Harris fellow. The international association of lion clubs gave her a medal of distinction in 1996-1997 and 1998-99. She also received the head of state medal in 1996-97.

Sheikh Hasina has authored many books some of which are development of the masses.Here are some of them:

  • The Origin of Autocracy
  • Why are they Street Children
  • My Dream My Struggle
  • Miles to Go
  • People and Democracy
  • Elimination of Poverty and Some Thoughts

She has also performed the holy Hajj and Umrah a couple of times. She has one daughter named Saima Wazed Putul, a global autism advocate of World Health Organization (WHO) and a son Sajib Wazed Joy ICT consultant.

At a glance :
  • Full name                 : Sheikh Hasina
  • Country                    : Bangladesh
  • Date of Birth           : 28th day of September, 1947
  • Place of Birth          : Tungipara, Gopalganj
  • Age                           : 67
  • Known for               : Politician, Prime Minister of Bangladesh
  • Fan page                  : not found
  • Official Website     : http://www.albd.org/

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Khaleda Zia

Khaleda Zia

Khaleda Zia was the Bangladesh’s first female prime minister governing the country from 1991-1996 and again from 2001-2006. At present she leads the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), one of the largest political party of Bangladesh. She was born in 15 August, 1945 in Dinajpur district in North Western Bangladesh.
She married Ziaur Rahman a then captain in the Pakistani army in 1960. Ziaur Rahman established the BNP to move away from military rule towards democracy.
After her husband’s assassination in 1981, Khaleda Zia began her political career. She was elected chairman of the BNP in 1984. She then spent the next 7 years fighting against General Hossain Mohammad Ershad’s military government. She was arrested several times and endured political harassment. The BNP, though an opposition party didn’t compromise its principles for the sake of forming a political alliance with the ruling military government under her leadership.

When General Ershad resigned in 1990, the BNP won election the next year. Khaleda Zia became prime minister in 1991 after securing the majority votes from parliament. PM Zia worked on education, environmental and gender issues during her first term. Credit goes to her for instituting compulsory primary school education and free education for girls up to grade 10.
In 1996, the BNP lost to Sheikh Hasina‘s “Awami League” in the 1996 elections, the party however garnered enough votes to become the leading opposition parity. During this period the BNP entered into alliances with other parties. An alliance that was large enough to see them win a majority vote in the 2001 elections.

Allowing Khaleda Zia to become prime minister for the second time. Forbes ranked her #33 in its list of 100 most powerful women in 2006. She tried to make the better Bangladesh in her ruling period. Her term as prime minster came to a close in 2006. She ran again for political office in the 2008 elections but lost to Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League.

At a glance:
  • Full name                 : Khaleda Zia
  • Country                    : Bamgladesh
  • Date of Birth           : 15 August, 1945
  • Place of Birth          : Dinajpur, Bangladesh
  • Age                           : 69
  • Known for               : Politician, first female prime minister of Bangladesh
  • Fan page                  : https://www.facebook.com/khaleda.zia
  • Official Website      : http://bangladeshnationalistparty-bnp.org/

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