The Ministry of Justice revealed its persistence to approve the CEDAW agreement which annihilates all forms of discrimination against women, and the agreement of combating torture, though reserving some of the articles. The Ministry also announced that it informed the Council of Ministers its recommended steps.
On the 5th May 2018 the BBC reported that Spain’s National Statistics Institute (INE) documents the killing of 1 woman a week due to domestic violence abuse from male partners. Spain has one of the highest rates of physical abuse of women in Europe and women have now resorted to using trained dogs that accompany […]
PARIS — An Algerian woman’s refusal to shake hands with male officials at a French naturalization ceremony is sufficient grounds for denying her citizenship, France’s top administrative court has ruled. In its decision — issued on April 11 but reported only this week — the court, known as the Council of State, said that the woman’s […]
On Wednesday, 4 April 2018, the Austrian Government agreed in a Cabinet meeting to ban headscarves (Khimar) for girls in kindergarten and primary schools. According to the Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz, “The veiling of small children should definitely have no place in our country, and preventing it is a necessary step to secure the integration […]
A magistrate on Tuesday ordered that the body of an Italian citizen, Sana Cheema, of Pakistani origin, who was allegedly murdered for ‘honour’ in the neighbourhood of Mangowal in the city of Gujrat in Punjab on April 18, be exhumed on Wednesday for further investigation. The Italian Foreign Ministry has said that it is following […]
‘Now is the time for change’: Politicians and advocates call for an urgent review of the Islamic divorce process – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Muslim community leaders and politicians are calling for an urgent review of the Islamic divorce process in Australia following an ABC News investigation that revealed abused women are being trapped […]
The age limit of marriage, again became polemic in Indonesia after the controversy of junior high school couple in Bantaeng, South Sulawesi who strongly desire to get married. Though based in Indonesia Marriage Act, marriage is only allowed if a man has reached the age of 19 years and the woman has reached the age […]
Tanzania and international media outlets recently reported on hundreds of women thronged the Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner’s Office with claims against their negligent partners in the upkeep of children. On March 8, RC Paul Makonda invited all women in the region who have been deserted by their parental partners to report to his office […]
The war against Islam has not stopped, and the Muslim woman was and remains a great outlet for this war by their claims and fabrications on the provisions of Islam. For example, they claim that inheritance provisions in Islam discriminate against women because they give the sister half of her brother’s share; while ignoring the […]
Bangladesh witnessed a series of rape incidents in the month of March, particularly the brutal rape and after-rape murder of a 16-year-old girl named Beauty at the end of March caused widespread public outcry in the country (banglanews24, 31 March 2018). The incident became the talk of the nation and drew media focus when a […]
At 32 years old, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is already the most dominant Arab leader in a generation. This week, he embarks on a cross-country American tour, where he’ll pitch his kingdom to a skeptical U.S. public.
Saudi Arabia’s heir to the throne Muhammad Bin Salman, known by MBS was recently interviewed by CBS, an American television network. In his first interview with an American television channel, he discussed many issues from economic to massive social reform. He also discussed his plan of emancipation of Saudi women by giving them equal rights […]
The Women’s March 2018 action, which was held starting from 3 March 2018 in Jakarta and continued in other major cities, carries the anti-mainstream issues challenging the common sense of the Indonesian people which is dominated by Islamic religiosity. Sarcastic posters were seen on that action, “my body my authority”, “let being kafir, as long […]
وَلَا تَقُولُوا لِمَا تَصِفُ أَلْسِنَتُكُمُ الْكَذِبَ هَٰذَا حَلَالٌ وَهَٰذَا حَرَامٌ لِّتَفْتَرُوا عَلَى اللَّهِ الْكَذِبَۚ إِنَّ الَّذِينَ يَفْتَرُونَ عَلَى اللَّهِ الْكَذِبَ لَا يُفْلِحُونَ “Hence, do not utter falsehoods by letting your tongues determine [at your own discretion], “This is lawful and that is forbidden”, thus attributing your own lying inventions to God: for, behold, they who […]
With the 15th year of imprisonment of our honourable sister Aafia Siddiqui in sight, the shameful news has reached us that yet another Muslim sister has been wrongfully put behind bars. This time her name is Jannat Besplova, a member of the Islamic political party Hizb ut Tahrir, who resides in a very different part […]
On Friday the 9th of March 2018, the Algerian businessman, Rachid Nekkah, famous for paying the fines of niqab wearing women in France and active in French and Algerian politics, will have a press conference in front of the Danish parliament with the same intent.
Question: Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem Assalam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuh Our Ameer, May Allah protect you. My question is what is the difference between the conditions of the validity of marriage and the conditions of the contracting of marriage? What effects do they have on the contract; when do they make the contract Batil and […]
February 6th this year marked 100 years since the passing of the Representation of the People Act in Britain which granted the vote to women over the age of 30 who met a certain property qualification. It was not until 1928, ten years later, and a mere 90 years ago that women got the same […]
Today, Tuesday, 6th of February 2018, the Danish government finally came with their long awaited proposal for the so-called Burka Ban. In order to circumvent the constituton, the ban will also include other coverings of the face, such as e.g. false beards. Wearing niqab will be fined with 10,000 DKK (1500 Euro). Following is a […]
Just a couple of weeks since St. Stephen’s Primary School backed down from banning Muslims from fasting and young girls from wearing a headscarf, Britain’s chief school bully, Amanda Spielman, is once again using her position to peddle her own brand of liberal extremism in British schools.
Religious extremists are using schools, “to actively pervert the purpose of education… Under the pretext of religious belief, they use education institutions, legal and illegal, to narrow young people’s horizons, to isolate and segregate, and in the worst cases to indoctrinate impressionable minds with extremist ideology… Freedom of belief in the private sphere is paramount, […]
The adviser of President Beji Caid Essebsi, Saida Garrach, is not parted from claiming to advocate women and their issues, and she continues to lead the fierce media campaigns to promote the marriage of Muslim women to non-Muslims and pushes towards an illusionary equality in inheritance (contrary to the explicit Quran). Everyone has seen her […]
Question: Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatulah Wa Barakatuh Our honourable Sheikh, can a man deny the lineage with his son if it is based on genetic (DNA) test? Barak Allah Feek From Najmeddine Khcharem
“The fight against terrorism is also about the fight for the rights and dignity of women,” said Laura Bush, former first lady, in a November 2001 White House radio address, one month after the United States invaded.
A few months ago, the municipality of Amsterdam announced that it will implement a gender-neutral communication policy, swapping ‘ladies and gentlemen’ in speeches and ‘dear sir/madam’ in letters to ‘best attendees’, or ‘dear resident’. The London underground also recently changed ‘ladies and gentlemen’ to ‘hello everyone’ in its announcements. The reason for this change is so […]
On the 21st November, the UK’s Channel 4 aired a documentary entitled, “The Truth About Muslim Marriage” in which it sought to undermine the Islamic Nikah contract by arguing that it does not protect the rights of Muslim women in marriage and that Muslims should be obliged to have a civil marriage recognized under British […]
The forum’s political and cultural context: We held this forum in the midst of a thick fog of deceit and deception aimed at the Ummah in general and her women in particular, amid glamorous and deceptive slogans (such as gender equality and the principle of equality in political positions) and amid broad liberal capitalist propaganda […]
This week Turkey’s parliament approved a law to allow state-registered muftis – officials employed by the state’s Religious Affairs Directorate – to perform civil marriages that were previously administered only by municipal officials. Opposition parties, secular Kemalist women’s rights groups regard this as another blow to secularism and women’s rights under the so-called Islamist AKP. […]
The politicians have barely had time to take a breath after talking about further tightening of the Private School Law with the declared aim of “tightening the grip on Muslim private schools”, and now they have decided to ban the Muslim face-veil, while deceitfully presenting this ban as an extension of the existing law against […]
Tunisian authorities have abolished a ministerial order banning the marriage of Muslim Tunisian women to non-Muslim men, presidency spokeswoman Saida Garrach said on Thursday.