The following are some important points regarding the current events in Iran following the death of 22 year old Mahsa Amini who was reportedly killed whilst in the custody of the regime’s police force, due to not wearing the Hijab properly.
On the 25th of August, a Commission appointed by the Danish government recommended a ban on girls wearing Hijab in primary schools across the country. The ban, which is based on the prejudicial and unevidenced premise that young Muslim girls are forced by their families to wear the Hijab, would apply at public, private and […]
On the 24th of August, a commission called “The Commission for the forgotten women’s’ struggle” assigned by the Danish government, published nine points to combat what has been coined in Danish politics as “negative social control”. The proposition, that received the most attention and heated debate in Danish media and on social media, was the […]
Hizb ut Tahrir/ Denmark organized a Protest before the Danish Parliament in Christiansborg Slotsplads entitled: Support the Hijab! Support Islam!
Speech by Dr. Nazreen Nawaz, Director of the Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir from the Conference Organised by Hizb ut Tahrir Britain, July 2022: “From Al-Hind to Al-Quds” (1) INTRODUCTION: • Dear brothers and sisters, what is the value of the honour of the Muslim woman in Islam? – […]
On 15 March 2022, the Federal High Court of the Indian state of Karnataka ruled, that prescription of school uniform by college authorities (that did not allow adherence to Hijab/Khimar), did not violate personal freedom or religion, rejecting all the petitions filed by the 9 Muslim girl students studying in the Government Pre-University colleges to […]
O Muslims! Who else but the Khilafah (Caliphate) will protect the Rights and Honor of our Sisters? Upholding a ban on the hijab (headscarf) for Muslim schoolgirls and teachers at academic institutions under the State government run by the extremist Hindutva Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Karnataka High Court ruled that wearing the hijab is […]
The Supreme Court of Karnataka, India, ruled that, “We are of the considered opinion that wearing of hijab by Muslim women does not form a part of essential religious practice,” reinforcing an earlier state ruling banning the Khimar head covering in classrooms. The ruling stated that allowing Muslim women to wear the Hijab in the […]
On February the 21st, the Hindustan Times published an article covering the lack of Muslim representation in the current elections in Uttar Pradesh, India. The quote states that “No party has fielded Muslim women at any of the 12 assembly seats of Prayagraj this time.”
When we as Muslims think about the woman’s role in media, there are two prevalent realities that come to mind. The first is based on the current reality which we see across the world where women and girls are most often objectified and exploited across the various mediums of media, by being dressed in revealing […]
During these dark years, women’s problems received increasing attention from international forums such as the United Nations General Assembly and the United Nations Human Rights Committee, which took upon itself the adoption of agreements and declarations related to women and their rights, such as the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against […]
Amid protests in Karnataka state of India, by Muslim girls to be allowed to attend classes wearing a hijab, a group of students marched to their college wearing saffron scarves. Videos from Kundapur in the Udupi district of Karnataka and elsewhere show boys and girls wearing the saffron scarves and spreading violence against the Muslim […]
The arrival of the Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of India led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to power in India in 2014 had a significant impact on the rapid transformation of India into one of the most dangerous places in the world for Muslims, who constitute 12% of the population. Due to the empowerment […]
Franco-Swiss flamenco photographer René Robert died on January 19 in Paris. On the eve of his death at about 9 pm on January 18, he went for a walk around the French capital. During the promenade, Robert lost consciousness and fell on the sidewalk, where he lay until the very morning, when the caring homeless […]
On January 15, IA “TELEARNA” reported on its website: “130 parents of schoolchildren can be held administratively liable for their unwillingness to comply with the school dress code in South Kazakhstan. Almost 400 pupils of the region’s schools wear headscarves and other religious attributes. The implementation of the secular state standards in the educational institutions […]