This video says about itself:
Malalai Joya is an Afghan human rights activist who was kicked out from the Afghan Parliament for publicly denouncing the presence of what she considered to be warlords and war criminals among MPs. An outspoken critic of President Karzai and his western supporters, she was first denied a US visa to promote her book “Woman among Warlords,” however, after the international condemnation of this step Joya was able to visit the US. She joins RT’s Lauren Lyster to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
15 Jun 2011 00:00
Source: trustlaw // Lisa Anderson
* Congo plagued by rape as weapon of war
* Pakistan blighted by acid attacks and ‘honour killings’
* India cited for trafficking and sexual slavery
* Somalia seen as having full gamut of risks
In all countries of this anti-women ‘Top’ Five, there are internal patriarchal social factors.
However, all have external, worldwide, factors as well, in which United States and other western capitalism and militarism play a role.
In Congo, western mining and other capitalist interests led to the bloody Mobutu dictatorship and after that to bloody civil war.
Pakistan practically since its independence has a history of CIA support for military dictatorship, anti-democratic secret services, and religious extremists (helping the USA in the 1980s-1990s Afghan war etc.). Pakistani women suffer from this.
Most Dangerous Countries for Women, photos here.
India ranks worst for women in the workplace: here.