Sharia Law

Sharia Law

Has Denmark Fallen to Islamism? Danish Parliament Bans Quran Burnings

After the Danish government announced last July that they would seek a “legal tool” to prevent the series of Quran burnings that rocked the country as well as neighboring Sweden, the Danish parliament recently passed a bill that will outlaw burning the Quran in public places.

Taliban's Dark Reign: The Alarming Surge in Female Suicides in Afghanistan

Afghanistan has seen a rising surge of women taking their own lives or trying to do so since the Taliban took over the country in 2021 and made attempts to reduce women’s role in public life, showing desperation among Afghan women to escape a regime that constantly deprives them of rights and freedoms.

UK Imam's Shocking Lecture on Stoning Women To Death Sparks Outrage!

An imam in the United Kingdom stirred anger after a video of him lecturing how to stone women to death went viral on social media, with his mosque facing an investigation from authorities after public funding was stopped after the video emerged on the Internet.

Taliban Spokesman Drops Bombshell: Women Must Hide Faces or Lose Value!

A spokesperson for a key ministry in Afghanistan’s Taliban government declared on August 17th that Afghan women would lose their value if men could see their faces uncovered in public. He also claimed that many religious scholars agree that women should cover their faces when outside their homes.

The Heartbreaking Persecution of Musicians Under Taliban Rule

Since the Taliban seized power as a US-led coalition of foreign military forces left Afghanistan in August 2021, they imposed wide-sweeping restrictions against women based on their strict interpretation of Islam and Sharia law.

Will the United Nations Recognize the Taliban’s Afghanistan?

Since taking over Afghanistan in August 2021, the Taliban has struggled to gain recognition from the international community despite aggressively campaigning for it. But this situation may soon change as a top United Nations official discussed the possibility of recognizing the country’s Taliban authorities.

Amina Mohammed, the United Nations deputy secretary-general, said on April 17th that the organization would set up a meeting to talk about granting international recognition to the Taliban, emphasizing the importance of engaging with Afghanistan’s fundamentalist authorities.

Taliban Imposes Face Coverings on Female Students & Teachers in New Policy

The Taliban has recently proposed a strict Sharia-compliant dress code for school students, prescribing long, traditional clothing in different colors that covers the body for male and female students.

The proposed policy comes when the Taliban continues to impose harsh restrictions despite initial promises of a softer rule when the group seized power in August 2021 after the withdrawal of the US-led forces in Afghanistan.

Badass Iranian Woman Goes Viral Throwing Off Hijab, Regime Bites Back

The Iranian regime is prosecuting a woman for “disrespecting” her headscarf after she was seen removing the religious garment and throwing it on the ground at a public engineers’ meeting.

A video of the woman was posted online over the weekend. The footage showed the woman, identified as Zeinab Kazempour, discarding her headscarf and throwing it on the ground as she walked out of a meeting to elect new board members of the Iran Construction Engineers Organization.

Pakistani Mob Kidnaps Man Accused of Blasphemy From Police & Lynches Him

On February 11, a Pakistani man accused of blasphemy was dragged outside a police station by an angry mob in the country’s eastern province of Punjab and lynched, Pakistani authorities said.