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Women are about to lose their right to pray in the previously allotted/designated space for women only in view of the Ka'ba at the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
Again, the network Women Living Under Muslim Laws extends its deepest condolences to the families of those killed and to those who suffered terrible injuries in the appalling bomb attacks in London on 7 July 2005.
There is a slow process within human rights organisations that started twenty years ago: it aims at fully incorporating women's rights within their mandate.
Investigators suspect that some delegates of foreign Islamic organisations while visiting Bangladesh at different times in the past provided Islamist militants with financial and logistic supports without any government body monitoring their activities.
Muslim women should not work with men or go shopping where they could mix with strangers of the opposite sex, according to an edict issued by the influential All India Muslim Personal Law Board, which claims to represent the nation's 140 million Muslims.
WLUML does not usually carry letters from networkers on its website. However, in the spirit of protecting the precious remaining space for discussion among ourselves and with a wider audience, we would like to share a letter.
More popular than Oprah Winfrey, the world's first Islamic television evangelist commands an army of millions of followers.
"Because of the prohibition of all organisations in opposition to the "party" of the Shah, the opposition tended to gather in the mosques.