The suspicious KAFA association, which is supported by the authority and the secularists active in this authority, invokes from time to time its slogans and actions in which it defies the legal (Shar’i) rulings on personal status in order to test the public opinion in preparation for the abolishment of the remaining provisions of Islam. […]
On 22 November, 2018, representatives of Rosenkranz of the Austrian Freedom Party and Nehammer of the Austrian People’s Party submitted independently an application to the Austrian National Assembly to change Article 495 (a) of the Schools Act. The request reads as follows: “To ensure the best possible progress and development for all pupils’ personalities, they […]
On Friday, November 30th, the British Guardian Newspaper and several other newspapers reported that senior figures associated with Afghanistan women’s football team have claimed that sexual abuses took place inside Afghanistan, including at the federation’s headquarters, and at a training camp in Jordan last February. Following the allegation, the Afghan Attorney General Office has proclaimed […]
Kenya’s Legislative body is currently debating the Gender Bill 2018 that proposes amendments of articles 90, 97 and 98 of the Constitution seeking to achieve the two-thirds gender principle in the National Assembly. This will be through the creation of special seats that will ensure that the gender principle is realized in Parliament over a […]
A program was organized within the framework of the “International Day against Violence against Women”, in which President Erdogan spoke and declared about the intention to implement a new practical plan in this regard starting next year. “All perpetrators of violence against women should be punished,” he said. Justice Minister Abdelhamid Gul also participated in […]
To: Ghazi Jdira – Amine Dbibi – Mosab Al-Natsha – Mohammed Ahmed – Hamza Miftah – Dr. Nisreen – Sister Ghamzah – Abdul Moumin Al-Zaila’i Questions: First: 1- Ghazi Jdira Assalamu Alaikum My Sheikh, My Sheikh, many women travel to distant places to work or study without a Mahram (unmarriageable kin), either from one country […]
Senior Counsel has suggested that it was not necessary to display the name of the father on the identification documents. Court refers matter of a 22-year-old girl Tatheer Fatima seeking removal of her father’s name from the parentage column of her passport and identification papers because he abandoned her in childhood. (Source: Dawn)
Question: Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullah, We would like to have a clarification on a passage in the Social System book that mentions… it is permissible in the offer (Ijab) and acceptance (Qabul) in the marriage contract that one of them to be in the past tense and the other in the future tense … Aseel […]
وَاللَّهُ يُرِيدُ أَنْ يَتُوبَ عَلَيْكُمْ وَيُرِيدُ الَّذِينَ يَتَّبِعُونَ الشَّهَوَاتِ أَنْ تَمِيلُوا مَيْلاً عَظِيماً “Allah wants to accept your repentance, but those who follow [their] passions want you to digress [into] a great deviation.” [An-Nisa: 27] The enemies of Islam and their agents spare no effort in corrupting your wives and children through institutions and associations […]
Four students from the International Islamic Academy in Tashkent were expelled for refusing to take off the Khimar (head cover). Another 60 students remain at risk of facing the same fate because they did not return to classes after they were made to choose between taking off the Khimar or being expelled from the academy. […]
On 5 September, IA informburo.kz reported that: “In social networks, a video appeared that shows how dozens of girls in hijabs cannot enter the school building. The administration does not allow them because of appearance. This scandal occurred in the village of Firdousi, Turkestan region, on September 1.
Question: Our distinguished Sheikh Ata Bin Khalil Abu Al-Rashtah, may Allah protect you, Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullah, It is stated in the book The Social System in Islam, (Arabic version p. 49) that: “It is stipulated that the Jilbab is draped down to the floor until it conceals the feet because Allah (swt) says in […]
Question: I respect Hizb ut Tahrir, especially its unity of opinion in its books and leaflets that its members adhere to. This adherence is rare among other Islamic movements, but when I was reading on the internet pages I noticed a discussion among the members of the Hizb on the jilbab; some said it is […]
In January this year, Malaysia’s Federal Court had made a decision that shocked the country albeit it was an expected one. The court had annulled the conversion to Islam of three children by their father, after his conversion to Islam and after parting with his Hindu wife. Today (14/09/2018) the Court of Appeal made another […]
On the 5th of August 2018 Boris Johnson wrote an article in the British newspaper The Telegraph expressing a lack of support for the Danish ban on the Burka and Niqab that recently resulted in Denmark’s first fine of a Muslim women. The essence of the contentious comment’s related to Muslim women are summarized below;
On August 4, 2018, the BBC reported on the first Muslim woman to be fined in Denmark for wearing the face veil (Niqab) in a public place. “Danish parliament approved a bill in May 2018 to punish anyone wearing a full-face veil with a fine” (BBC, 31 May 2018). Currently the Law does not mention […]
On the 3rd of July, the Children’s Commissioner published a major report that revealed that 2.1 million children in England, equivalent to 1 in 6 children in the country, are growing up in families where they are at serious risk of harm. 825,000 of these children were living in homes where domestic violence was taking […]
The Thomson Reuters Foundation released its results Tuesday of a survey of 550 experts on women’s issues, finding India to be the most dangerous nation for sexual violence against women, as well as human trafficking for domestic work, forced labor, forced marriage and sexual slavery, among other reasons.
On Tuesday the 26th of June, the Senate of the Dutch Parliament passed the law which places a ban on wearing face-covering Islamic veils in some public places, including schools, hospitals, government buildings and on public transport. Anyone found wearing the veil will be criminalized and fined a sum of 400 euro.
The social reforms unleashed by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are bringing changes to many aspects of life in the conservative kingdom, but none stand to benefit more than women, whose treatment has set Saudi Arabia apart from the rest of the world for decades.
We, in the Women’s Section of the Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir / Wilayah Tunisia: Make it clear that the report of the Committee of Individual Freedoms and Equality and its proposals, such as the abolition of dowry in marriage, the freedom to choose the family title, equality in inheritance, abolition of the time […]
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 […]