- Topless Jihad Day: Femen Declare War On Islam In Wake Of Amina Tyler Storm, Warning 'Our Tits Are Deadlier Than Your Stones'
SEE ALSO:If she committed the offence in Tunisia, Amina could be punished by up to two years in prison and a fine of 100 to 1,000 dinars [between £40 and £400], local media said. A petition and an international day of action on April 4 to highlight the threats against Amina have been organised by activists. More than 15,600 people have signed a petition calling for those who have threatened Amina's life to be prosecuted. An open letter calling for an International Day to Defend Amina has been signed by many feminist and atheist activists, including Dawkins. The first picture posted of activist 'Amina'The letter says: "On the day and beyond, groups and individuals can join in by highlighting her case, posting topless photos of themselves and their activism on social media sites, signing a petition, Tweeting #Amina, writing letters in her defence, and more. "On 4 April, we will remind the Islamists and the world that the real epidemic and disaster that must be challenged is misogyny – Islamic or otherwise." Social media accounts of the Tunisian branch of Femen have been reportedly infiltrated by hackers, with videos and pictures on the site being replaced by verses from the Koran. According to International Business Times, the accounts have now been suspended. One message read: "The page has been hacked and God willing, this debauchery will disappear from Tunisia." Femen said in a statement they were furious about the "barbarian threats of the Islamists about the necessity of reprisals against the Tunisian activist Amina," . "We are afraid for her life and we call on women to fight for their freedom against religious atrocities. "Use your body as a poster for the slogans of freedom. Bare breasts against Islamism."