An unlikely feminist in India's traditionally male-dominated southern heartland, has caused a storm by leading the movement for the women's mosque.
Federal police in India have arrested 12 people on charges of murder and gang rape during the 2002 Gujarat riots.
In 2002, events occurred in Gujarat in western India which led many to wonder whether Hinduism - the religion practised by over 80% of Indians - is developing a new and more militant face.
This workshop aims to bring attention to issues of sexuality in interventions related to Muslim Women.
Association for Communal Harmony (ACHA), USA, gave Communal Harmony award for 2002-2003 to Dr. Asghar Ali Engineer on 7th December, 2003 in Oregon state. A function to give award was held on 8th December, 2003 and it was broadcast by a Radio channel.
The violence in Gujarat has still not ended. This is one of the conclusions of the report, "Threatened Existence: a feminist analysis of the genocide in Gujarat", by the International Initiative for Justice in Gujarat.
The UK launch of a new report by the International Initiative for Justice in Gujarat.
En Inde et pour la première fois dans l’histoire de l’islam, des femmes vont devenir guides spirituels, ou muftis, et pourront ainsi prononcer des décrets religieux appelés fatwas.
Indians and Pakistanis orchestrated joint actions across a dozen cities to boost the momentum for peace.
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