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August, 2018

July, 2018

  • 5 July

    Divorce: According To Five Schools Of Islamic Law +PDF

    The issue of divorce is discussed in this present book. The three main criteria for divorce are: adulthood, sanity and free volition. As with other legal issues there are a lot of similarities and differences between the five Schools of...

June, 2018

  • 30 June

    Canadian Muslim Group Wins Stay of Quebec Hijab Law

    The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) has succeeded in a bid to delay institution of a face-covering law in the province of Quebec, the group said in a...

  • 20 June

    Is Niqab a Taboo for Islam and Muslim Women?

    There has been difference in opinion even among the Muslims regarding the extent of permissibility of Niqab and whether it is really recommended or advised. Today, unfortunately the Niqab has been commonly worn or associated with the Wahhabis and Salafis, and some Muslims view the Niqab to be a taboo ...

  • 17 June

    One Day Course: The Role of Women in Islam’s House of Worship

    This July IIDR (The Islamic Institute for Development & Research) will be using Dr Jasser Auda’s latest book, Reclaiming the Mosque, to understand the historical lead up to...

May, 2018

  • 31 May

    Ladies, Are You Praying Like a Man?

    It might seem unusual or even completely new to some of you but it happens. Our sisters are praying like our brothers; feet apart, hands on their knees, loud voices and perhaps worst of...

  • 21 May

    Fatwas regarding Women’s Issues in the Month of Ramadan

    For fasting, women have some additional rules that apply to them due to issues such as pregnancy, menstrual cycles, and breast feeding. The following provides some insight into those matters that may be helpful when women are considering fasting in Ramadan and other months. Rules during pregnancy and breastfeeding A ...

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