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Women can divorce men: CII chief
Pakistan Observer

The CII's perspectives

In Pakist­an, the area needs proper attent­ion from all quarte­rs, especi­ally from the CII ISLAMABAD: The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) has attracted a lot of criticism from almost all sections of society, especially in the print ... The Express Tribune, 1 hour ago
CII rulings creating environment for torture: PPP The Nation Pakistan, 2 days ago
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Why Islam Needs Feminist Voices

A few weeks ago, just prior to the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, Pakistan's Council of Islamic Ideology met in Islamabad. The agenda for the meeting was packed, and 19 of the Council's 20 members were present. The main issue for ...
 MSNBC Newsweek3 days ago Pakistan's true ideology  The Express Tribune1 week ago Why Are My Human Rights A Matter Of Debate?  Huffington Post1 week ago Pak's Council of Islamic Ideology faces flak for anti-women ideas  Sakaal Times1 week ago
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Pakistan Observer

CII and social realities

Home Articles CII and social realities Jun 13, 2016 Articles Like Zafar Aziz Chaudhry COUNCIL of Islamic Ideology (CII) is a constitutional body which was created in 1961 to advise the government or an Assembly whether a proposed or ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Positive step of CII  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

neutral Also include the Ruate Hilal committee.

ISLAMABAD: Senator Farhatullah Babar today proposed that the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) be disbanded and the 100 million allocated to it be transferred to the National Commission on the Status of Women (NCSW). Taking part in the budget ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Proposal floated in Senate to abolish CII  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago PPP demands disbanding of dangerously irrelevant CII  SAMAA TV2 weeks ago Raheela Qazi says being ignored by CII; a few members dominate  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago
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Pakistani Imam Says it is acceptable for man to lightly beat his wife

Head of Pakistan's Council of Islamic Ideology CII said it is okay for a man to lightly beat his wife, claiming it according to the Quran. CII drafted a bill for a new law, which gives the right for a husband to slightly beat his wife for ...
 LBCAustralia1 week ago #TryBeatingMeLightly  Before It's News1 week ago Pakistani Islamic Leader Explains How To Lightly Beat Your Wife According To The Koran  Before It's News1 week ago #TryBeatingMeLightly: A Photographer's Viral Campaign Against Domestic Violence  VOA News2 weeks ago
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The Express Tribune

One state, multiple laws

ISLAMABAD: Men can lightly beat their wives — this statement created quite a stir with all Pakistanis. When the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) proposed an amendment to the Women Protection Bills passed by the Punjab Assembly, the civil society ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Men Can Beat Wives Lightly Says Pakistan's Islamic Council  Africanglobe.net2 weeks ago Husbands Can Beat Their Wives If They Refuse Sex According To Islamic Council Of Clerics and Scholars  Before It's News3 weeks ago Husbands Can "Lightly Beat" Their Wives If They Refuse Sex According To Islamic Council  FreeRealTime.com3 weeks ago
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DNA

Pakistanis hit back as clerics say men can 'beat' wives

e in their draft of a women's protection bill. The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) released a draft of the bill on Thursday, their response to progressive legislation giving women greater rights and protection in the province of Punjab. Local media quoted ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Pak religious body drafts women protection bill allowing husbands to 'lightly' beat their wives for disobedience  DNA1 month ago

CII reform a priority

ByI.A. Rehman The issues raised by the Maulana Sheerani-led Council of Islamic Ideology's keenness to ensure that wife-beating does not end in Pakistan will be solved neither by protests by women activists nor by the growing storm on social ...
 South Asia Monitor2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Maulana Sherani's appointment as CII chief challenged

ISLAMABAD: Maulana Mohammad Khan Sheerani's appointment as chairman of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) has been challenged in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday. The petition filed by alecturer of the Lahore University of ...
 ARY News.tv1 week ago IHC issues notices to Geo, ARY, Amjad Sabri in blasphemy case  DAWN Group5 days ago Maulana Sheerani's NA membership challenged  SAMAA TV1 week ago Rached Ghannouchi Q&A: Thoughts on democratic Islam  Middle East Eye2 weeks ago
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Mullah defends beat your wives lightly advice

Home World News Share the joy The head of Pakistan's Council of Islamic Ideology defends his controversial advice that it is acceptable for husbands to beat their wives lightly. BBC News Middle East Previous article ...
 News EasyBranches.com1 week ago Mullah defends 'beat your wives lightly' advice  BBC1 week ago Mullah defends wife-beating advice  BBC1 week ago
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