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Jan 26, 2019
In South Asia, jihad is a mix of three ideologiesFrom living rooms to newspaper columns to security gatherings, jihad is a much debated topic.
Aug 22, 2017
Triple talaq verdict: Women's wing of AIMPLB say SC judgement is 'contradictory', 'fractured'The women's wing of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has termed as "contradictory" and "fractured" the judgment of the Supreme Court on triple talaq.
Jul 31, 2017
Fatwas restrict individual's constitutional freedom, India must create laws to insulate citizensThe latest fatwa expelling JD(U) leader Feroz Ahmad from Islam for saying Jai Shree Ram shows how practices such as fatwas impact Constitutional freedoms of Indian Muslims
Jul 20, 2017
Equality in Islam is limited to Muslim brotherhood, excludes non-Muslims until they live under Sharia ruleThe concept of equality in Islam, as understood by Muslims, has always been 'Islamic equality', or equality between Muslims only. This excludes equality for non-Muslims.
May 18, 2017
Triple talaq: Kapil Sibal is wrong in making divorce dispute a matter of faithWhat the AIMPLB and its counsels do not understand is that by justifying triple talaq as an Islamic practice, they undermine the basic tenets of Islam that confer a lot of rights upon married women.
Apr 12, 2017
Yogi Adityanath gets trolled for congratulating Muslims on Hazrat Ali’s birthday: Here's whyScores of commentators who used to be Yogi Adityanath fans accused the Uttar Pradesh chief minister of acting like a secular, castigating his tweet on Hazrat Ali’s birthday as an unacceptable political gimmick
Mar 28, 2017
Triple Talaq: Muslim Law Board's stand in Supreme Court rebuffs Quran, ConstitutionIf the Supreme Court declares the practice of instant triple talaq, which is given in one sitting, as illegal, the apex court's decision will still be as per the Quran
Mar 08, 2017
Travels of a political pilgrim: Mubarakpur sits at the junction of Islamic doctrinal sects divided by TaqleedMubarakpur, less than an hour from Azamgarh town by an autorickshaw, is a small town with not even a government-run degree college or a railway station
Nov 21, 2016
Ban on Zakir Naik not the end; India needs vigilance to save Muslim youthBanning Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) will not undo the messages he has preached to youth all these years, there is a need to keep a continuous vigil
Oct 17, 2016
Radicalisation of the Muslim women: Here’s why we are losing Islam to the radical IslamistsBut the gullible Muslim women take no cognisance of the mullahs’ male-chauvinism and fall prey to their loud claims of being the flag-bearers of the ‘true’ and ‘pure’ Islam.