[state] state, gender, identity

"Women who have married men of other provinces enjoy equal rights as a villager in their hometown as long as they continue abiding by the obligations of the village's collective economy."
Iran's biggest motor manufacturer is to take the country's gender sensitivity to new levels by producing a car specially for women.
"Life for Saharawi women living under the Moroccan occupation is tough, especially for those who dare to express a Saharawi nationalist sentiment."
Much more needs to be done to improve the status of women in Yemen, the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, in line with the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), officials said.
Some Australian Muslim groups see recently announced changes to Australian immigration policy as a positive development for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
L'état des lieux en matière de respect du droit des femmes à l'éducation est désastreux au Niger, dix ans après l'adoption, par le gouvernement, d'une Loi d'orientation du système éducatif national (LOSEN) révèle une étude consacrée à cette question.
In this essay, Rochelle Terman considers the role of Muslim women in sports on the global scene, especially in light of the current Olympic Games.
Although polygamy is banned in the Netherlands, the marriages of Muslims who have several wives are recognised by Dutch authorities.
Mohamed Sifaoui - an Algerian journalist, writer and director living in exile in France - was violently attacked by Islamists in Paris on Friday, June 13th 2008. Why? For his tireless and courageous struggle against fundamentalisms and his defence of secularism. Since 2003 he has benefited from police protection, but since January 2008 it has been withdrawn.
SIS statement against the disruption of Bar Council Forum on "Conversion to Islam : Article 121 (1A) of the Federal Constitution: Subashini and Shamala Revisited" held on 9 August 2008.
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