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Benazir Bhutto 1953 - 2007 - política: Líder do Partido Popular de Paquistão (1953-2007), foi a primeira mulher que ocupou o cargo de premiê de um país muçulmano. Dirigiu o Paquistão em duas ocasiões. Foi assassinada em plena campanha política.

Benazir Bhutto As the first female prime minister of Pakistan (and of any Muslim state), this mother of three ended military dictatorship and fought for women’s rights and serves as an inspiration for women across the globe. Bhutto was assassinated via a suicide attack in 2007.

Dilma Rousseff --Brazilian politician became President of Brazil 1 January 2011. #w2wmagazine #w2w #women #womensnews #womenspolitics #womeninpolitics #politics #political #femalesinpolitics #politicalfemales #womenleaders #femaleleaders #intelligentwomen #women #femalepoliticians #news

"I don’t mind if I have to sit on the floor at school. All I want is education. And I am afraid of no one." ~Malala Yousafzai as captured by Veronique de Viguerie/Getty Images

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Islamic Pirate Queen: Sayyida al Hurra was a 16th-century Islamic pirate queen. She was a powerful force of the time and an equal ally of the famous pirate Barbarossa. Her real name is unknown; the title Sayyida al Hurra means “noble lady who is free and independent; the woman sovereign who bows to no superior authority.” #womenpirate #pirate #sophistication

Two influential leaders who were sadly taken too soon for speaking truths many were afraid to hear. (Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr.)

Olga Benário Prestes foi uma jovem militante comunista alemã, de origem judaica, deportada para a Alemanha durante o governo de Getúlio Vargas, onde veio a ser executada pelo regime nazista em campo de extermínio.

Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb, was the first Sultan of Egypt and Syria and the founder of the Ayyubid dynasty. A Muslim of Kurdish[1][2][3] origin, Saladin led the Muslim opposition against the European Crusaders in the Levant. At the height of his power, his sultanate included Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, Hejaz, Yemen, and other parts of North Africa.

Eva Peron 1919-1952 Eva Peron was widely loved by the ordinary people of Argentina. She campaigned tirelessly for both the poor and for the extension of women’s rights. At the same time she was feared by some in power for her popularity. She was also criticised for her intolerance of criticism; with her husband Juan Peron they shut down many independent newspapers. She died aged only 32 in 1952.

Marie Colvin was a journalist who reported on stories that took her to many dangerous and faraway places. Recently killed in Syria. She was there reporting on the atrocities that were occurring so others would know and care.