Bangladesh’s new child marriage law swings in the wrong direction

Bangladesh's new child marriage law swings in the wrong direction M Niaz Asadullah, University of Malaya and Zaki Wahhaj, University of Kent Bangladesh is a global poster child when it comes to improving women’s status in...

Indonesia: 2 Buddhists, 4 Muslims Caned in Aceh for Violating Sharia Law

Under a scorching sun on Friday, two ethnic Chinese men became the first Buddhists in Indonesia’s Aceh province to be whipped for violating its strict Islamic code. The two men, identified only by their initials,...

Samsung’s Bribery costed Presidency for Park Geun-hye

Park Geun-hye, the nation’s first female president and South Korea's 11th president was ousted by south korean constitutional court. Though Ms. Park was suspended in December after a legislative impeachment vote, final decision on...

NYPD arrested Women’s March Organizers During ‘A Day Without A Woman’ Rally

When the whole world is celebrating the international women's day, the organisers of women's march have declared a general strike against President Trump and the social injustices that helped him rise to power and...

30 killed and over 50 injured in Kabul, Islamic State has claimed Responsibility

KABUL (Pajhwok): At least 30 people, including doctors and patients, were killed and 50 more wounded after gunmen dressed as doctor stormed a military hospital in Kabul on Wednesday, the Ministry of Defence (MoD)...

Syed Shahabuddin: The Man Who Changed the Culture of Post-Independence Indian Muslim Politics

Like millions of other Indian Muslims who knew, admired and loved Shahabuddin Saheb, I am deeply saddened at his death. His death is a great Milli loss especially at a time when the Muslim...

Hit by pellets while recovering from bullet injuries: How Ashraf Wani’s life was crippled...

In July 2016, the encounter of Burhan Wani saw Kashmir valley erupt in protests. Over the next few months, security forces shot dead over 100 civilians and left over a thousand injured during protests...

How Islamophobic are Australians?

By Riaz Hassan, University of South Australia Over the last few months, several reports have indicated a significant number of Australians hold anti-Muslim attitudes. In September 2016, The Australian newspaper reported an Essential poll showing 49%...

King Salman starts historic visit to Indonesia; meets President Widodo

Jakarta (IINA) – Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Indonesian President Joko Widodo held official talks at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta on Wednesday, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. King Salman...

B’tselem: Hour Away from Tel Aviv, Gaza Lives without Electricity

B’Tselem – The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories published a grim report regarding Gaza’s protracted electricity problem. The Gaza Strip suffers from major power outages worsening the coastal enclave’s already...

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