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News and Comment Perspective on ‘World Hijab Day'

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News: ‘World Hijab Day' takes place on February the 1st. Founded by New Yorker Nazma Khan, the movement urges Muslim women across the globe seeking to explain to wider society why they wear the hijab, to try to promote a better understanding about it. Styles include getting people to try on hijabs. The question is - will such activities deal with the attack on the hijab?   Comment: Why do…
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Headlines News 30/01/2014

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Headlines: • $130 Billion a Year Wasted on Poor Quality Education: UN • Egypt Army Backs Sisi as Presidential Candidate • Vladimir Putin Tells Brussels to Stay Out of Ukraine's Political Crisis • Obama Threatens to Veto New Sanctions Against Iran Details: $130 Billion a Year Wasted on Poor Quality Education: UN A quarter of a billion children worldwide are failing to learn basic reading and maths skills in an…
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The Dangerous Social Experiment of Enshrining Absolute Gender Equality in Tunisia's New Constitution Carries Disastrous Consequences for the Country's Women, Children, and Family Structure

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Tunisia's new constitution, approved on the 26th January by its National Assembly enshrines absolute gender equality within its text, consequently forcing the Muslim-majority population to re-shape their lives and family structure away from the sublime Islamic social laws to that based upon flawed Western secular ideals. Article 20 of the new constitution states, "All male and female citizens have the same rights and duties. They are equal before the law…
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News and Comment Capitalist Hong Kong Grapples with High Levels of Slavery of Women

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News: Recently, the modern and high profile image of Democratic Hong Kong as one of the global financial hubs has been under the spotlight due to "slavery-like" practices befalling hundreds of thousands of migrant workers in the country. The case of Erwiana Sulistyaningsih - an Indonesian female domestic worker who had been abused by her employer for 8 months until she was almost paralyzed- stirred public sympathy amongst Hong Kong…
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Without the Khilafah China's Brutal Regime is Free to Abort the Babies of the Noble Uyghur Women

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Radio Free Asia reported on 30th of December 2013 about a horrific story of China's authorities forcing four Uyghur women in the region of Xinjiang, a Muslim populated province to abort their babies for violating the one-child policy implemented in China since the 1970s. One of the women was nine months into her pregnancy. They were injected with unspecified abortion-inducing drugs to induce miscarriage. Memettursun Kawul, the depressed husband of…
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News and Comment Another Attack on Islam by Politicians and the Media: The Muslim Community Must Now Respond

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The outcry that was unleashed within the media, and by politicians including even Prime Minister David Cameron, about gender segregation of Muslims could have been seen as surprising, to say the least. The segregation took place in University Islamic society events, organised by Muslim students. However the outcry made it appear as though Muslims were enforcing their practices across the country. What the entire debacle of bashing Muslims showed was…
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Feminist Movements are Exploited by the Tyrants and Live under the Cloak of Authoritarian Regimes

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In the 18th century Mary Wollstonecraft wrote on the liberation of women, demanding the rights of women contained in the promises of the French Revolution that had been obtained by men but not by women. The term "feminism" was suggested for the first time in 1880 by French Hubertine Auclert, who demanded women's liberation and giving them their rights as promised by the French Revolution in her magazine La Citoyenne.…
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The Double Standard of Banning Hizb ut-Tahrir

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 Talk is constantly revolving around proscription of Hizb ut-Tahrir (HT) especially in Europe. Meanwhile HT's activity is banned in the majority of Muslim countries. Yet, Western regimes with the exception of Germany and Russia allow HT to assemble publicly and privately.
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