News

13/6/2004
A set of short chapters edited and introduced by Professor Haleh Afshar of the University of York (UK), and Deborah Eade, Editor of the international journal 'Development In Practice.'
10/6/2004
Short abstracts of two, recently published, controversial books.
7/6/2004
In the first four years following Nigeria's return to democratic rule in 1999, at least 10,000 people were killed in communal violence across the country, but in recent months, these clashes have been notably less frequent.
6/6/2004
A herstory of the historical evolution of the legal position of women in Islam by Prof Najma Moosa.
4/6/2004
The Jordan Times says this is the third case of so-called "honour" killing in the country this week.
3/6/2004
The Nigerian authorities have banned a procession by Muslims in the northern city of Kano, after appeals from Christian leaders.
3/6/2004
WLUML continues to be concerned about the situation in Darfur, Sudan.
2/6/2004
WLUML is attempting to contact networkers in the Sudan. In the meantime please click on the above for some information related to the deeply worrying situation in Darfur.
2/6/2004
WLUML is attempting to contact networkers in the Sudan. In the meantime please click on the above for some information related to the deeply worrying situation in Darfur
1/6/2004
The gathering of Arab leaders in Tunis over the weekend culminated in declarations of solidarity and peace that spoke generally of reform but were short on specifics and programs.