the purpose of this book is to introduce the viewpoints of the islamic revolution on womens issue so as to answer those truth seekers who disapprove traditional restrictions imposed on women in the name of islam in some countries ......
‘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’.
slam decreed a right of which woman was deprived both before Islam and after it (even as late as this century), the right of independent ownership.
The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: "When I entered the Paradise, I heard someone's footsteps - It was explained to me that she was Ghumiysa' bint Milhan."
Umm Sulaim saw that the bowl was still hanging and it was full - in fact it was overflowing and dripping.
She and her mother and sisters Zaynab, Ruqayya, and Umm Kulthum accepted Islam. She spent her early years under the loving and tender care of her parents.
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.
Hundreds of records detailing sex-crime investigations involving U.S. military personnel stationed in Japan show most offenders were not incarcerated, suspects received light punishments after being accused of serious violations and victims increasingly were wary of cooperating with investigators.
The UN Committee monitoring compliance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child highlighting the achievements and challenges in regards to child protection in Congo, Yemen, Portugal, Russia, Germany and the Holy See.
The lawyer of Indian diplomat in US who is accused of visa fraud sought delay in case for more “meaningful discussions”.
Rereading the amnesty bill, the Russian Parliament will release a number of prisoners, as signed by President Vladimir Putin.
Arab women activists from various countries met during 26-29 October in Amman, Jordan to discuss the leading role of women in peace-building and security in the post-Arab-Spring region.
Germany has become the first European country to allow parents of babies born with no clearly-defined gender characteristics to leave the ‘male/female’ field on birth certificates blank, creating a ‘third sex’ category in the public register.
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.
A new study claims to identify the times of the week that women are feeling the most insecure about their bodies, and recommends that brands "concentrate media during prime vulnerability moments."
Activists pressing to end Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving have dropped plans for a “drive-in” today after threats of legal action and have opted instead for an open-ended campaign.
UN Environment Programme announced children and pregnant mothers face widespread exposure to toxic lead used in decorative and make-up paint
Sheikh Abdulrahman Al-Sudais, head of the General Presidency of the Holy Mosques Affairs, has instructed officials to hire 1,000 female guides to help out women visitors at the Grand Mosque.
Interim PM condemns "despicable criminal act" which left three people, including an eight-year-old girl, dead in Cairo.
Hundreds of people in the Canadian province of Quebec have taken to the streets to protest against a proposal to ban public workers from wearing religious symbols.