News and Analysis (7/18/17)

“The State Department on Monday expanded its definition of ‘close family’ to include grandparents and other relatives that constitute a ‘bona fide’ US relationship for visa applicants and refugees from six mainly Muslim nations” …

… yet the president and executive director of Muslim Advocates charges that “the Trump administration has also moved forward with parts of the president’s order that the justices will not review this fall”:

“A referendum that has the effect of discrimination or the violation of freedom of religion can be ignored. The purpose of the Charter in a democracy is to protect against the majority” — Constitutional lawyer Julius Grey:

The first Women ever to win the prestigious Field Medal in mathematics is so loved and respected in her native Iran that “newspapers have broken strict dress-code rules by publishing obituaries with photos of her not wearing a hijab”:

The arrests of Rouhani’s brother and trusted adviser on unclear charges and the arrest of a Chinese-American graduate student as an “American infiltrator” put Rouhani in a difficult position internally and externally respectively:

Failing to pass an emergency resolution calling for a ban on face veils, the LNP Queensland state conference now seeks to ban headscarves for children, warning that otherwise there will be “Muslim uniforms” in state schools within three months:

Petition: “a wedding is a public demonstration of a relationship … not done in private, but … publicly celebrated and promoted” it contradicts the goes against the predominant Shia jurisprudence “which NASIMCO must uphold”:

With “Iraqi security forces engaged in organized extrajudicial executions and torture … [and] throwing live men off a cliff, before riddling their bodies with automatic gunfire … a lasting victory against ISIS may still be a generation away:

“[H]undreds of thousands of Western converts who … are fully Western and Muslim … directly challenge the Islamophobic stereotypes”:

Due to the persistence of the Australian Friends of Palestine Association, South Australian Parliament passed a motion calling on the Australian government to recognize the State of Palestine just as it recognizes the State of Israel:






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