Court Favours School Board Over Parental Religious Rights

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The six-year battle on what children are taught at school versus at home was appealed to the Ontario Supreme Court of Justice. The ruling says inclusion and equity come before individual religious accommodation in public schools. On Wednesday, November 22, the Court dismissed a case by Steve Tourloukis, a Greek Orthodox […]

Moment of Triumph for Muslim Women- Indian Supreme Court’s Triple Talaq Verdict Out!

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It was the constitution of five judges in India who heard the petition filed by Muslim women who had challenged the 1400 year old practice of triple talaq.  Five judges from different faiths announced the judgement against this practice.     Hon’ble Supreme Court declared that Muslim practice of triple […]

And She’s Not Sorry.

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By Sijal Rehmane We’ve already spoken about Malala Yousafzai on this blog. We’ve also been vocal about how we feel regarding Madonna’s very special tribute to her at an L.A. concert which took place the very next day. However, the time has now come to have a more serious talk […]