#Islamic law

  • Article: Saudi Arabia Arrests Egyptian Man for Eating Breakfast With Woman
    Girls & Women

    Saudi Arabia Arrests Egyptian Man for Eating Breakfast With Woman

    By Leah Rodriguez|Sept. 11, 2018

    The two violated the Gulf kingdom’s conservative Islamic laws. Read more

  • Article: Indonesian Restaurant Law Bans Women and Men Eating Together
    Girls & Women

    Indonesian Restaurant Law Bans Women and Men Eating Together

    By Leah Rodriguez|Sept. 6, 2018

    Dining out in Bireuën requires male relatives be present. Read more

  • Article: Two Malaysian Women Publicly Whipped With Canes for Same-Sex Relationship
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    Two Malaysian Women Publicly Whipped With Canes for Same-Sex Relationship

    By Leah Rodriguez|Sept. 4, 2018

    Politicians and advocates won’t tolerate the country’s strict homosexuality laws. Read more

  • Article: Women Who Violate Tehran Dress Code Won’t Be Arrested, for the First Time in Nearly 40 Years
    Girls & Women

    Women Who Violate Tehran Dress Code Won’t Be Arrested, for the First Time in Nearly 40 Years

    By Imogen Calderwood|Dec. 29, 2017

    Police in the Iranian capital will relax the strict Islamic code. Read more

  • Article: Women in Iran Are Wearing White to Protest the Forced Wearing of Hijabs
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    Women in Iran Are Wearing White to Protest the Forced Wearing of Hijabs

    June 28, 2017|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "The campaign is not against hijabs, but being forced to wear them." Read more

  • Article: Transgender marriage is now legal under Sharia law in Pakistan
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    Transgender marriage is now legal under Sharia law in Pakistan

    By Garima Bakshi|June 28, 2016

    In a country so influenced by religious bodies, this is a positive step toward equality. Read more

  • Article: Saudi Arabia’s notorious religious police stripped of authority
    Girls & Women

    Saudi Arabia’s notorious religious police stripped of authority

    By Joe McCarthy|April 15, 2016

    It’s a cause for celebration--even if that celebration is just a sigh of relief. Read more