From banning music, co-education to barring female employees to join work, the Taliban is back to imposing restrictions on women
After promising rights of women in media interviews, the Taliban has started imposing restrictions on women in Afghanistan
Bareilly Muslim organization issues diktat to boycott weddings where women ‘mingle with unknown men’ and ‘don’t wear full hijab’
Muslim fundamentalist organisations have issued many more such bizarre fatwas in the past as well
“Sooar ki charbi haram hai”: Islamic organisations issue fatwa against coronavirus vaccines from China
Muslim scholars have called Covid-19 vaccine haram as it may have pork gelatin
‘Muslims entering Al-Aqsa mosque through gates of Israel are traitor, they will only get spit of people’: Grand Mufti of Palestine issues Fatwa
The Palestine Authority has said that Muslims are not allowed to visit Al-Aqsa mosque through Israel using the recent Saudi-Israel peace deal
West Bengal: Murshidabad village Fatwa bans music, lottery, watching TV, liquor, punishment includes fine and sit-ups
Fatwa against music, carom, lottery, watching TV and liquor issued in West Bengal village.
‘New places of worship for other religions in Islamic country not allowed’: Fatwa issued against under-construction Hindu temple in Pakistan
Fatwa issued in Pakistan says that govt fund can't be used to construct places of worship of religions other than Islam
Jharkhand: Masjid Imam issues fatwa against 75-year-old man denying burial for being ‘unIslamic’, being friendly with Hindus and visiting temples
A 75-year-old man Kariman Mian in Jharkhand was denied burial in the graveyard as the Iman of Makri Masjid, Zakir Ansari, issued a fatwa against him for his 'unIslamic' lifestyle.
Deoband: Maulana Abdul Waqeel Qasmi issues fatwa: Bursting firecrackers ‘un-Islamic’, profit earned from firecracker business ‘haram’
Maulana Abdul Waqeel Qasmi has issued a fatwa saying bursting firecrackers in un-Islamic and any profit earned from the business of firecrackers is 'haram'.
‘I represent an inclusive India’, MP Nusrat Jahan reacts to fatwa against her issued by Deoband clerics
She says that she still remains a Muslim and no one should be commenting on what she chooses to wear
Fatwa issued against Nusrat Jahan for wearing Sindoor and Mangalsutra, Deoband cleric says “A Muslim can only marry a Muslim”
Nusrat Jahan Ruhi recently had married a Hindu Jain man. She was seen taking her oath as a parliamentarian wearing the traditional adornments of a Hindu married woman.