|Name Zana Ramadani||Role Politician|
Born 10 January 1984 (age 37), Wilnsdorf, West Germany (now Germany)
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Zana Ramadani (born 1984) is a German politician, feminist activist and author of Albanian Muslim descent. She was chair of the Junge Union, the youth organization of the CDU (Conservative Party) in Wilnsdorf in Central Germany.
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She came to prominence when she founded the German branch of the feminist protest group FEMEN in 2012, and was involved in a number of topless protests against sexual exploitation. One high-profile protest involved invading the stage of Heidi Klum's television casting show Germany's Next Topmodel during the finale of cycle 8 sporting the slogan "Heidi horror picture show" as a critique of the beauty ideal propagated by the fashion industry. In another, the group appeared on the street in Hamburg's red-light district (the Reeperbahn), Ramadani wearing the slogan "Destroy the Sex Industry."
Ramadani's book Die verschleierte Gefahr: Die Macht der muslimischen Mütter und der Toleranzwahn der Deutschen was published March 2017. It critiques Islam and the role of Muslim mothers.
According to a Süddeutsche Zeitung interview in April 2017 in , she frequently received death threats from conservative Muslims and after she was pregnant, the Muslim threats also included beating her to cause a miscarriage. As police would not give her protection, she applied for a firearms license.