Samira Al Bitar Origin/Culture/Country: Arabic
Samira Al Bitar: is a Bahraini swimmer. She was one of the first Muslim women from a country of the Arabian Peninsula to compete in swimming in the Olympic Games, when she swam for Bahrain in the 50 metre freestyle at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens The New York Times reported incorrectly that Bitar was "Bahrain's first female Olympic swimmer"; in fact, Fatema Gerashi had represented Bahrain in swimming at the Sydney Olympics four years earlier.
Samira Makhmalbaf Origin/Culture/Country: Iranian
Samira Makhmalbaf: an internationally acclaimed Iranian filmmaker and script writer. She is the daughter of Mohsen Makhmalbaf, the film director and writer. Samira Makhmalbaf belongs to the New wave movement within Iranian cinema. At the age of 20 Samira studied Psychology and Law at Roehampton University in London.At the age of seven, she acted in her father's film The Bicyclist. She left high school when she was 14, to learn cinema in the Mohhmalbaf Film House for 5 years. At the age of 17, after directing two video productions, she went on to direct the movie The Apple. One year later, the 18 year old director went on to become the youngest director in the world participating in the official section of the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. The Apple has been invited to more than 100 international film festivals in a period of two years, while going to the screen in more than 30 countries.
Samira Bellil Origin/Culture/Country: French
Samira Bellil: was a French feminist activist and a campaigner for the rights of girls and women. Bellil became famous in France with the publication of her autobiographical book Dans l'enfer des tournantes ('In the hell of the "tournantes" (gang-rapes)) in 2002. The book discusses the violence she and other young women endured in the predominantly Muslim immigrant outskirts of Paris, where she was repeatedly gang-raped as a teenager by gangs led by people she knew, and then abandoned by her family and friends. Her book is a portrayal of the predicament of young girls in the poor, outlying suburbs (banlieue) of French cities.
Samira Rocha Origin/Culture/Country: South America
Samira Rocha: is a Brazilian team handball player. She plays on the Brazilian national team, and participated at the 2011 World Women's Handball Championship in Brazil
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