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Bio of Pakistani Woman Judge Khalida Rashid Khan

Born on 25 September 1949, Judge Khalida Rashid Khan started in 1974 her career as a civil judge in Peshawar, Pakistan. Continue reading

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Pakistani Woman Judge Will Head the Rwanda Tribunal

ARUSHA, TANZANIA: Judges on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda have chosen the Pakistani Khalida Rashid Khan as the court’s next president, the tribunal said in a statement Wednesday.

Khan, 61, will assume her new duties Friday, replacing Dennis Byron, who will finish his second two-year term as president of the Tanzania-based tribunal on Thursday.

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Video: Woman Judge in Shariah Court

Shariah is a path towards straight path, towards the path of God. Here Judge Khulood Al-Faqih because of the outdated judicial system, uses Shariah to give rulings. People are quite happy about it, no wonder this video didn’t show up at Fox News, or CNN  or anyother news medium. Check it out!

Having a woman as a judge is permissible according to the Fiqh (Jurisprudence) of Imam Abu Hanifa, one of the 4 great Imams of Islam.

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Indeed the role of women in Islam is misunderstood by Many! *Especially by Muslims themselves

Why its about Men? Men doing this and Men doing that! No let me correct myself. Why its about Muslim Men? Muslim Men doing this and Muslim Men doing that! Why its about Muslim Men oppressing Muslim Women? Why its about Muslim Men segregating Muslim Women?
Why some people being Muslims want to portray it as a Gender issue? Why they measure Islam on the weights of the Secular Western Tradition? Why these “Progressive” Muslims or “Feminist” Muslims fail to see that the Muslim Women wants to pray separate! Muslim Women do not want men to Continue reading

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Hadith 19: Prophet Raced With His Wife

Sayyidah Aisha related to us:“(Once) I was accompanying the Messenger of Allah on a journey and we ran a race, and I won. Afterwards, when I had grown fat, we, (again), competed (with each-other) in a race, and this time, he won. Upon it, the Prophet remarked: “Now, we quit.” {Abu Dawood}Commentary: Indeed this is a pointer to those who have no place for such a thing in their lives.[Maulana Muhammad Manzoor Nomani. Ma’ariful Hadith, Volume 3, Pg. … Read More

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