86% of Turkish women suffer domestic abuse - Israel National News:
"A new study conducted by the Turkish Ministry of Family and Social Policies revealed that no fewer than 86% of Turkish women have suffered physical or psychological violence at the hands of their partners or family, and pursued legal proceedings afterwards.
The shocking results, reported on Friday by Hurriyet Daily News, show the massive prevalence of domestic abuse in Turkey which is perhaps unsurprising - Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared in November 2014 that women and men cannot be treated equally.
That trend of abuse is in fact quite common in the Muslim world, as illustrated in a UN report in mid 2013 that found 99.3% of Egyptian women and girls had been sexually harassed.
And yet the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) last week passed only one resolution in its annual meeting, blaming Israel for Arab domestic violence..."