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Indonesian man from Islamic advisory org caned for adultery

Mukhlis bin Muhammad, 46, a member of the Aceh Ulema Council (MPU), was caned 28 times on Thursday in a public park by a religious officer, the official said.

 Participants take photos next to a picture of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during the Mis
Saudi decency law: No staring at people in gym for more than five seconds

Some accounts see the law as part of a process by which religious police have seen their powers reduced while this law will now add a layer of “decency.”

Iranian who was arrested for hijab protest absconds country, seeks asylum

The actions earned Jangravi a three-year prison sentence.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras
Greece limits reach of Sharia law in 'historic step'

Greek Muslims can now go to Greek courts instead of Islamic muftis.

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WATCH: Sharia law scholar warns against higher education for women

"We throw our daughters and our children into the ocean and we say to them, 'Don't you dare get wet.'"

Ce que cache l’attentat de Bir Al-Abed

Malgré la fin de de l’Etat islamique, les attaques terroristes menées par des éléments radicaux ne cessent pas

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Muslim divorce law 'unconstitutional,' rules India's top court

Muslim women say they have been left destitute by husbands divorcing them through "triple talaq," including by Skype and WhatsApp.

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Protesters rally against Islamic law in dozens of US cities

Anti-Muslim incidents rose 57 percent last year, including a 44 percent jump in anti-Islamic hate crimes, according to a survey in early May.

SLAMIC JURIST Hana Mansour-Khatib poses Sunday in her office in Tamra, in the eastern Galilee.
Breaking the glass ceiling in the Shari’a courts

Female qadis serve in the Shari’a courts in Indonesia, Malaysia, Egypt and Jordan, but not in Iran, said Shaked – and up till now, not in Israel.

An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man walks next to Palestinian women in Jerusalem's Old City
Learn from Islam

Perhaps one day a woman will be appointed not just to an administrative position, but rather to serve as a full-fledged rabbinical judge.

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