This article covers a visit to the Red Crescent ladies for a closer look at the efforts made by those ladies led by Princess Faiqa. Reference is also made to the role played by the President of the Egyptian Red Crescent and her two deputies.
The article talks about the Bint Al Nil (Daughter of the Nile) Party. The author explains that the party's mission is to advocate women's rights and to respond to their social discontents which were left intact by Egyptian decision makers. These discontents include inadequate laws regulating marriage, divorce and the custody of children, inheritance, education and political rights.
The article presents a review of the political events of November 1953. This includes a statement by Gamal Abdel-Nasser that the US will never help Egypt obtain its demands from the British Occupation without conditions.
The article features a report on a visit made by Dr. Doria Shafik, Chief Editor of Bint Al Nil journal to Lebanon to give a lecture on women and the Arab cause. During the visit, Shafiq met with a number of eminent figures including Kamil Shamoun, President of the Lebanese Republic.
This article is about a visit made by a delegation from the Bint Al Nil Union led by Dr. Doria Shafik to those injured during the British attack on Suez. Clothes, sweets, cigarettes and fruits were distributed over the injured.
This article demonstrates that Bint Al Nil caters for men and women alike. An underpayment complaint by a (male) worker at a glass manufacture factory drove Doria Shafik to pay a visit to the factory to investigate the complaint.
The article features a celebration organized by the Bint Al Nil Union and attended by high-profile statesmen. During the event, the Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Education commended on the Union’s efforts. Dr. Doria Shafiq followed by a great speech that received thunderous applause.
This article presents an example of Egyptian women who refuse injustice and colonialism. The article tells the story of a young woman who is a member of Bint Al Nil, and who carried arms on her shoulder and ran to defend her homeland without fear or cowardice. She fought side by side with men and healed the wounds of injured people. What is interesting is that more young female Egyptians were eager to be part of the struggle against colonialism.
This article is about women’s role in the fight against commodity price rise. Women are capable of serving themselves, their families and their community in many different ways. This would include a more economical consumption behavior as to winter clothing and domestic expenditures.
The article features details about the visit of Begum Liaquat Ali Khan to the headquarters of Bint Al Nil, where she was received by Dr. Doria Shafiq. The article also covers a press conference held by the journal on that occasion.