In short, whenever the information is essential to identifying the subject, the proper pronoun to use is that. If the information is not essential, or can be set apart with commas, then the pronoun which is more likely to be correct. As is the case with English grammar rules, however, there are going to be some exceptions to this rule. When in doubt, writers can try removing the relative clause and asking themselves if the sentence sounds complete and informative. Some grammar experts suggest silently adding the words "by the way" after which to determine if the information is relevant or irrelevant. If "by the way" seems to fit, then the clause is non-restrictive and should be set off with commas.
Do you have to live in fear of your life since you broke away from the Muslim religion? Is there a target on your back as the result of taking on western women’s rights? Or are you disowned and shunned by your friends and family but left to be on your own? Lastly why do Muslim women try to get Western women drawn into their beliefs when Muslim women are regarded as property to abuse and forced into almost a type of slavery. I personally could never sit back and allow the men of that religion dictate to me that my daughter must be married to whomever wishes to claim her as his wife. To allow them to rape these children or mudulate their body’s.