They say to their parents don’t worry, God is on our side.
‘Shine’ supports a global Ibn Al-Haytham awareness campaign from 1001 Inventions in partnership with UNESCO that is part of United Nations proclaimed ‘International Year of Light’.
Persistent cousin marriage is unhealthy for the children and for society.
The mutilation happened in an isolated corner in Myanmar. A Buddhist mob have recently hacked more than a dozen Muslim women and children with knives, a horrendous crime which the activists in the country put a lid on.
Even from the most secular point of view, French presidents’ sex appetite is condemned because it isunderstood aform of abuse of power.
Walt Disney’s multilingual version of ‘Let It Go’ fails to encompass the world’s oldest and most widespread spoken languages, critics say.
He has associated obeying and thanking Him with obeying and thanking them.
The director and actor's "fantasy" defense against abuse allegations from his adoptive daughter only make him sound like all the others, says Wendy Murphy. Little girls fantasize about becoming princesses and doctors, not sexual abuse.
This article by a Gaurdian columnist on December 22, is a critique of the mingling nature that allows Islamophobia to sell its ideas in the name feminism.
No professional or vocational training, no visits to the doctor, no lawsuits without male approval. The Yemeni-Swiss political scientist Elham Manea describes the plight of women in Saudi Arabia
Western families have been nuclear and child-centered as early as 13th century!
Decades of rule by its junta have left basic health services in tatters, by Financial Times.
Even in Sweden, the evidence continues to mount that family structure matters.
The key to solving poverty is marriage, not some new social program.
Riyadh is fighting several preemptive battles outside its borders in its immediate proximity in a disparate attempt to prevent an historic regional tide of change from changing the country's pre-medieval system of governance and social life.
Women's groups in the region have embedded their desire for certain rights within larger calls for social justice, says Maryam Jamshidi in this excerpt from "The Future of the Arab Spring." She cites examples in Yemen and Egypt.
It happened thirty one years ago – 16 September 1982. A massacre so awful that people who know about it couldnot forget it. The photos are gruesome reminders – charred, decapitated, indecently violated corpses, the smell of rotting flesh, still as foul to those who remember it as when they were recoiling from it all those years ago.
The task now is to place 1,500 women in listed corporate boards by 2016, if the 30% target of women on boards is to be met.
Very few of the maternity wards that have won a seal of approval for providing breastfeeding support are located in communities with a significant population of African Americans.
Lauren Booth reminds of the earthquake that can take place inside those who are placed, by Allah’s guidance, onto the path of faith.