Aysha Taryam Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Aysha Taryam

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Aysha Taryam Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Aysha Taryam quotes: Say what you wish about media in the Arab world, but say it knowing that no media channel in the world is absolutely free. Say what you wish about media in the Arab world, but say it knowing that no media channel in the world is absolutely free.
Aysha Taryam quotes: Violence is violence and can in no way be misconstrued as discipline under any circumstance cultural or otherwise. Violence is violence and can in no way be misconstrued as discipline under any circumstance cultural or otherwise.
Aysha Taryam quotes: The word feminism has become synonymous with man-hating when in fact it has more to do with women than men. The word feminism has become synonymous with man-hating when in fact it has more to do with women than men.
Aysha Taryam quotes: Every woman, hell, every man should be a feminist, that is the only way to render this word obsolete. Every woman, hell, every man should be a feminist, that is the only way to render this word obsolete.
Aysha Taryam quotes: Geography should be the ultimate deciding factor for every political dilemma for proximity to an ailing land is bound to result in one's infection. Geography should be the ultimate deciding factor for every political dilemma for proximity to an ailing land is bound to result in one's infection.
Aysha Taryam quotes: The cost of war is like an immeasurable tremor that knows no borders, its shockwaves reverberating across the world resulting in universal suffering. The cost of war is like an immeasurable tremor that knows no borders, its shockwaves reverberating across the world resulting in universal suffering.
Aysha Taryam quotes: The lesson we are indebted to Egypt for, our future generations learned that in the face of oppression silence is never golden. The lesson we are indebted to Egypt for, our future generations learned that in the face of oppression silence is never golden.