Source: Open Democracy By Nandini Archer 7 From France to Malaysia, Muslim women’s rights activists are challenging those who ask them to ‘choose between being a Muslim and a feminist’. […]
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad – Khalifatul Masih V(aba) It’s a stereotype too common to mention: Islam oppresses women and the religion is inherently hostile to the desires, needs and concerns […]
How does the prohibition of burqa dress fit in with pluralism, and does it stem from an undercurrent of prejudice?
Bigotry veiled as liberation Source: Middle East Eye By Adam Walker Earlier this month, the European court of human rights (ECHR) issued a judgment in which it rejected a challenge to the controversial 2011 French law banning the wearing of face veils in public. The ruling has since sparked […]