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Ex-MP Madni seeks fatwa from Darul Uloom to ‘defend minoriti...

New Delhi: Well-known cleric and former MP Mahmood Madani has sought a ‘fatwa’ from Darul Uloom Deoband for ‘defending Islam’ in the face of right-wing Hindu campaigning under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.Madani who ... IndiaTV News, 1 hour ago

Madani wants Deoband fatwa to `defend Islam` in Modi era

Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind leader Maulana Mahmood Madani has urged Darul Uloom Deoband to issue a fatwa on how to defend Islam in the wake of increasing campaigns against minorities during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rule, reports said on Thursday. As per the ...
 Zee News1 hour ago Madani wants Deoband fatwa to defend Islam in Modi era  Hawkindia.com1 hour ago

Deoband order to save mosque too late

Darul Uloom Deoband, the influential Islamic school in Uttar Pradesh that is called upon to arbitrate disputes and interpret the Sharia law, has ruled that the Gholam Rasool Mosque on Shamsul Huda Road near Park Circus cannot be demolished.
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Indian Express

3,000 madrasas affiliated to Darul Uloom shun govt financial aid

Darul Uloom says not in favour of mixing religious and modern teachings. Nearly 3000 madrasas affiliated to country's largest Islamic seminary, Darul Uloom, Deoband, have decided to shun any government aid for modernisation and to stay away from ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Hajj Committee's decision about Qurbani is against Islamic principles

Mufties of all Major Muslim Institutions and Denominations Delivered Fatwas AIUC Warns to Start a Mass Movement if the Decision is not Altered in 15 Days Mumbai, 30 April 2015:All India Ulama Council (AIUC) has called a press conference today ...
 Milli Gazette5 days ago

Fatwas against Haj council decision

The All India Ulema Council has strongly opposed the levying of 600 riyals (around Rs 10,163) on Hajj pilgrims from this year onwards to perform the Qurbani (traditional animal sacrifice) by the Central Hajj Committee of India, which is not mandatory for ...
 Asian Age6 days ago

Twenty Urdu writers of Delhi

An English newspaper reader is more likely to have heard of Upamanyu Chatterjee (who lives in Nizamuddin East) or Aatish Taseer (near Lodi Garden) than Khalid Jawed (Okhla) or Anjum Usmani (Lodi Colony). To get a sense of Delhi's Urdu literary ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

Why Ahmadiyya, orthodox Muslims differ (1)

By Aramide Oikelome Senior Correspondent, Lagos They both share belief in the prophet-hood of Muhammad, reverence for historical prophets, belief in the oneness of God (tawhid); they accept the Quran as their holy text, face the Kaaba ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent1 week ago

Streamlining the legal system

The concept of legal pluralism refers to a situation of coexistence of several legal systems. It means the simultaneous existence of a formal legal system of statutory laws with customary principles or informal rules. Different laws deal with ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh3 weeks ago
Milli Gazette

Islam supports religious pluralism: Akhtarul Wasey

I have always said that Muslim-majority nations in their respective countries must ensure the fundamental human rights to their non-Muslim minorities, which they expect for themselves in non-Muslim countries. Prof. Akhtarul Wasey is the ...
 Milli Gazette3 weeks ago
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