(Newswire.net -- September 15, 2015) -- A Muslim conference, taking place in Pontoise northwest of Paris, was disrupted after two woman jumped on stage, and shocked everyone by removing their hijabs and flashing their bare breasts.
As the women shouted slogans, the Muslim conference participants could read the slogans written across their chests.
“Nobody makes me submit,” read one of the messages painted on the womens breasts.
While speakers on the stage recoiled in disbelief, many male participants cheered and whistle in the background. However, footage of the incident showed several aggravated men stormed on stage and brutally assaulted the women, by hitting them and then kicking them while they were on the ground.
Since the incident, the FEMEN website is constantly crashing, however, the statement was readable, disclosing that the women who crashed the stage are from Muslim families.
“Our topless djihadists [sic] appeared on stage in front of Nader Abou Anas and Mehdi Kebir, misogynists disciples of Allah, to scream loud and clear : “No one can enslave me, no one can possess me, I am my own prophet!” the webpage reads.
“The two activists (both coming from Muslim families) raised their voices for hundreds of women, feminists, and associations, all disgusted by the public hate speeches,” a statement publish on the FEMEN webpage continue.
FEMEN was founded in Ukraine in 2008, but it now operates from Paris. The organization is known for their topless demonstrations and they describe their ideology with three –isms: sextremism (female sexuality against patriarchy), atheism, and feminism.
Most used paroles are “Womanophobia is illegal,”,” Sexism is a kind of racism,” or “Modern slavery is a crime.”
The organization frequently calls to the condemnation of Muslim law on woman with their “No one can enslave me, no one can possess me, I am my own prophet!” guiding philosophy.
The group has conducted a number of naked attacks in different countries, including Ukraine, France, Sweden, and even Tunisia.
One of the movement’s most scandalous protests occurred in January 2013, when half-naked women with an “In Gay We Trust” slogan written over their topless bodies, disrupted the Angelus blessing of Pope Benedict XVI in St Peter’s Square in the Vatican, screaming, “Homophobes shut up.”