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If someone asked you to list the most sinister developments of our time, I guess a few of us would say the atom bomb, warfare, the HIV virus, global hunger and terrorism. But what dear readers is even more sinister than disease, destruction and death?
The Hindu The new generation of burqa wearers now prefer burqas embellished with stones, patchwork, net, thread work and more...Jothi Ramalingam Akila Kannadasan meets a generation of women who have made burqas a style statement The sudden showers
And, of course, they're challenging other soccer teams from all over the world. Meet the Palestinian national women's soccer team, a group of women that for the past decade has been enduring a conservative political atmosphere for sheer love of a
Islamophobia in the UK, has defended the Niqab in the light of the British liberal tradition. I agree with him. His comments come in the aftermath of the decision of the European Court of Human Rights regarding the ban of the Niqab Islamic dress in
People can do anything but that thought is far too often amended to what women can't do. Women cannot be professionals, they cannot be good at math, they cannot go to into combat, they cannot be emotionally stable, they cannot be stronglies.
Saudi fashion designers Yasmin Mosli and Ranim Ramadani like to refer to themselves as the Rycaps family because to them their brand feels like home. The co-founders of the brand Rycaps' are also the designers of turbans and abayas in their Jeddah
Ads by Google Muslim students from Maina Wanjigi Secondary School in Nairobi's Eastleigh 4th Street area were Monday morning barred from entering the school following a religious dispute. Trouble started at the school last week on Thursday after a
Fiji National Provident Fund and Fiji Revenue Customs Authority joint identification card pictures...Roselyn Karim, a garment worker, said her religion didn't permit her to do so, especially in the month of Ramadan. She said it was considered an act
The petition that led to the recent Supreme Court ruling on the validity of fatwas primarily cited her case...In Kukda, a small village in Muzaffarnagar, western Uttar Pradesh, they all know her. On the main road leading to the village, a shopkeeper,
The apex court bench comprising Justice Chandramauli Kumar Prasad and Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose last Monday had also made it clear that fatwas should not infringe upon the rights of individuals guaranteed under law. The petitioner Advocate