1)I put a link.
2)It's not wikipedia.
3)You're the only idiot of this thread.
In 1952 a number of Lebanese feminists and leaders of the campaign for women's rights met and agreed to unify their efforts in an association. The aim: to lead and give direction to the Lebanese feminist movement.
They formed the Assembly of Lebanese Women's Associations (later known as The Lebanese Council of Women) by merging the Lebanese Arab Women's Union (instituted in 1929) and the Lebanese Women's Association (instituted in 1947).
Their first victory was the adoption in 1953 of a constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote and get elected. This was the culmination of many decades of activism and struggle by women's rights organizations and their allies.
"The Lebanese Council of women" http://www.lcw-cfl.org/index.shtml
How about you answer my question now? If it's too hard for you, say so, and if you're not willing to answer it by fear of looking like a moron, let me assure you that it's too late for that.