The authorities in Turkmenistan are clamping down on state workers who do not adhere to unofficial dress codes, say NBCentralAsia observers.
Recently, a Saudi woman filed for divorce because her husband had removed her veil while she was sleeping.
The British Journal of Sociology 2007 public lecture presents: "Sexual Politics: The Limits of Secularism, The Time of Coalition"; 30 October 2007, 6:30-8:00 pm; London School of Economics.
Sisters in Islam (Malaysia) is undertaking a nationwide research project on how polygamy affects the family.
More than 15 women groups attended a panel discussion during the Human Rights Council Sixth Session on 20 September 2007, to highlight the growing problem of forced marriages among women and girls as young as eight.
Opening soon: two plays from Adelheid Roosen based on the writer and director's interviews with Muslims living in the West. The complementary pieces, "The Veiled Monologues," and "Is. Man" will make their North American debut this weekend in New York.
"A controversial film about gay Muslims is more a labour of love than a call to arms."
L’affaire se déroule sur fond d’une nette recrudescence de l’homophobie en Afrique.
Si l’homosexualité reste aujourd’hui un tabou important, les homosexuels sont sortis de leur isolement, grâce à Internet, et une communauté discrète émerge dans les grandes villes du pays.
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