Tag: Supreme Court

Muslim women’s attire under attack in Sri Lanka

Hate groups in Sri Lanka have made the attire of Muslim women a key target in their onslaught against Muslims. They have used security and the need for uniformity as reasons to attack Muslim female attire such as the hijab, the punjabi attire and the niqab. The Punjabi dress/shalwar khameez Although the Ministry of Education by… Read More ›

Liberty And Justice For Some?: Mosque Controversies Reveal Limited Definitions of Religious Freedom

by Sarah Jones Opponents of an Islamic center in Murfreesboro, Tenn., are trying to take their fight to the Supreme Court – even though their losing battle has so far cost them $343, 276. It’s the latest twist in a costly legal saga that has trickled through the courts for nearly four years. As reported by The Wire, the… Read More ›