All posts tagged: jilbab

A Bright Future for the Women of Afghanistan Will Only Materialise under the Shade of the Khilafah System

The re-takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban has predictably been followed by a wave of allegations and torrent of fearmongering from Western governments, gender equality advocates and the secular media regarding what the implementation of the Islamic Shariah laws would mean for the future of women in the country. Lies and propaganda are abound against […]

Criminals that Made Afghan Women Widows for 20 Years Hypocritically Express Concern about their Welfare

The situation with the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan was one of the main topics of the first G20 conference on gender equality. It takes place in Italy. Prime Minister of the Republic, Mario Draghi, in his address to delegates, called on to do everything possible to protect the fundamental rights of Afghan […]

Once again, the Ruling of the European Court Shows the Failure of the Secular Capitalist System!

The European Court of Justice ruled on the 15th of July that employers in the European Union have the right to ban their employees from wearing headscarves in certain situations. The verdict says that the interest of the employer to conduct a neutral appearance weighs more than the freedom of religion in some circumstances. According […]

About the Announcement of the “Anti-Terrorism Package” in Austria

The planned legal changes by Kurz’s Government are a new violation of the principle of minorities protection, which represents a moral or religious obligation that different cultures have generally recognized with the aim of ensuring the survival of different identities. This attack by the coalition government jeopardizes the basis for coexistence between Muslims and non-Muslims […]

The Ban of the Islamic Dress at Wad Madani College A Step to Tame People to Accept Explicit Secularism

Demonstrations took place in the city of Wad Madani in protest against the ban on wearing the veil (niqab) and abaya during the previews inside Wad Madani College. A circular was given out demanding the (female) students to wear the official uniform (a skirt and a blouse). We in the women’s section of the Media […]