All posts tagged: womens rights

Introduction of Sexual Education Program in Bangladesh’s Education Curriculum is to Promote Western Liberal Lifestyle

Bangladesh’s education department has instructed all secondary schools in the country to provide adolescent sexual and reproductive health education, effective January 2022. Authorities say the initiative is aimed at creating health awareness among adolescents. Teachers say that they have already completed the materials for teaching Shahana cartoons in the class. Bangladesh’s Department of Secondary and […]

International News Review 04/12/2021

EU Announces Funding for Global Gateway to Rival China BRI This week, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced €300 billion funding for the Global Gateway programme that is the EU’s response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative. The EC President said, “We will support smart investments in quality infrastructure, respecting the highest social […]

The Prime Minister Opens the Parliament with a New Attack on Muslim Families!

At regular and well-planned intervals, the Danish government presents policy initiatives aimed at demonizing Muslims as well as diverting attention from significant societal issues. Most recently, the Prime Minister has stated that a commission should be set up focusing on Muslim women. In her speech at the opening of the Danish Parliament on Tuesday 5 […]

Abortion in the USA

Abortion rights in the USA are being debated once again centering around Texas which has put forward a law which will stop women from getting an abortion after 6 weeks. Apart from the time limit, another controversial aspect of this law is the allowance of private citizens, as opposed to state officials, to bring cases […]

Women Will Not Obtain their Rights Except under the Shade of the Khilafah Rashidah on the Method of Prophethood

US President Joe Biden commended the courage of Sudanese women, and said during his speech yesterday before the United Nations General Assembly at the United Nations Headquarters: “It lives in the brave women of Sudan who withstood violence and oppression to push a genocidal dictator from power and who keep working every day to defend […]

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 […]

The Main Source of the Problem is for Sure Secularism and its Regime Democracy

At the introduction meeting of “4th National Action Plan with the Struggle Against violence to women” President Erdogan underlined the following words: “It should be remembered that the struggle against violence against women is also the struggle to protect the right, law and honour of our mother, wife and daughter, each of whom is a […]

Talking about Empowering Women is a Continuation of their Oppression and Taking Away their Rights

Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok renewed the transitional government’s commitment to empowering women politically and economically and enhancing their participation in public life, pointing to their leading role in the glorious December revolution. This came when he met in the Council of Ministers, with Women of Sudan, in order to reflect on the Prime Minister’s initiative […]

Gender Equality is a Poisonous Idea to Fight the Rulings of Islam

The Sudanese Minister of Justice, Nasreddin Abdel Bari, said that the inclusion of the gender equality provision is a fundamental pillar in the legal reform process undertaken by the ministry. Abdel Bari added that the legislative system based on gender equality will guarantee the rights of women in the future and not repeat the oppression […]

It is not More Women in Leadership that will Lift Women from Oppression but a Sincere Global Leadership that Truly Cares for their Dignity and Needs

The 8th of March this year marked the 110th International Women’s Day (IWD). It is a day on which many organisations and individuals try to raise awareness about the many struggles and problems facing women globally, and to call for greater gender parity in political, economic and social life.