In Maldives the war has been waged by those educated in Arab and Muslim places and by their brainwashed collaborateurs in Maldives.
While the Sheiks of Adhaalath and other " Islamic Scholars"and the bearded, Pakistani trouser and bolu-foshaa wearing pious, devout Quran reading Allah-fearing, circumcised Maldivian Muslim men who are only trying to live as Mohammed and his Companions did in Arabia, are the visible spearhead of the Maldivian movement today, this is with the complicit consent and backing of the rest of the Maldivian Muslims who when confronted will say they are "moderate Muslims".
Unlike some Muslim communities that are crumbling in the face of women's "tyranny", Maldivians today are largely successful experts say because the genitalia of Maldivian men have been loaded with Allah and primed with the teachings of Mohammed about women. It has been simple in the sense that a communal commitment has made it possible to release, free, urge and coerce the male to spray his seed into the community and all of mankind if and when ever possible according to the rules of Allah in imitation of their Prophet who - "Muhammad possessed sexual power of 30 men" (Bukhari).
Meanwhile some like the Egyptians who used to be our teachers in the fight against womens " tyranny" appear to have a little trouble because of the modern world encroaching on their Allah given rights but are uniting (loaded with cheap reverse-engineered Viagra...) to fight it with modern PR.
Maldivian mullahs trained in Egypt to fight women's tyranny with imported Egyptian teachers. These imported Arab teachers come to Maldives every year to make sure the bonfire against women's "tyranny" is burning well.
Organization denounces the equalization of men and women
Egyptian men unite to fight women's "tyranny"
A group of Egyptian men have established an organization to fight for men's rights and protect them from the "tyranny" of women as the country's women take advantage of a law allowing them to divorce their husbands with no questions asked.Continue here at Alarabiyya
Men who have been unjustly left by their wives want to protect themselves and others like them from women who suddenly decide to get rid of them, Abdul-Rahman Hamed, the founder of the organization, the first of its kind, and one of its most active members, told Al Arabiya.
Hamed is talking about khol'a, or the law of unconditional divorce, which was passed in 2000 and grants women the right to get a divorce if she gives up her financial rights.
Prior to khol'a, it was extremely difficult for a woman to be granted a divorce and she had to present strong evidence supporting her wish for separation such as physical abuse or adultery.