“Women’s Arab Spring”: that is the aspiration of many women around North Africa and the Middle East. As a young female Moroccan student, I am also involved in women’s empowerment in my country. However, since a very early age, I have misunderstood and rejected the opposition between so-called progressive and Islamic feminists. I have decided to carry out research in order to deconstruct dichotomous schemes (modernist/traditionalist) and demonstrate that the strength of women’s groups depends on their autonomy. Therefore, I have studied the women’s movement as a dynamic, multidimensional, and interactive process of liberation.