UPDATE: Malaysia: Fatwas against "tomboys"
Source:New Straits Times
"EXACTLY one month ago, the National Fatwa Council made a decision against women who dressed like men, denouncing it as haram. This has been met with anger, protest, and mainly, confusion, as to what exactly it is that the fatwa condemns."
Submitted on Wed, 11/26/2008 - 01:00
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