Can a non-Islamic government or court decide who is a Muslim?

https://youtu.be/Ddx9pCDZZ-s When, in the 1970s, Ahmadis approached the South Africa High Court seeking to protect their human rights and sought a declaration that they are Muslims, the Sunnis, after failing to have the case dismissed on technical legal reasons, withdrew from the case using the excuse that a non-Muslim court of government does not have … Continue reading Can a non-Islamic government or court decide who is a Muslim?

Pakistan Supreme Court Blocks Execution Of Schizophrenic Murder Convict

Pakistan's Supreme Court on Monday blocked the execution of a paranoid schizophrenic murder convict pending a review of an earlier ruling that his condition was not a permanent mental disorder and therefore not legally relevant, his lawyers said.   He was due to be executed Wednesday, according to execution orders issued last week.   But … Continue reading Pakistan Supreme Court Blocks Execution Of Schizophrenic Murder Convict

Lawyer Group Behind Spike in Blasphemy Cases in Pakistan

From Reuters A little-known alliance of hundreds of lawyers in Pakistan is behind the rise in prosecutions for blasphemy, a crime punishable by death that goes to the heart of an ideological clash between reformers and religious conservatives. The group, whose name translates as The Movement for the Finality of the Prophethood, offers free legal … Continue reading Lawyer Group Behind Spike in Blasphemy Cases in Pakistan

Pakistan appoints first female judge to sharia court

National sharia court, which hears cases under the country's Islamic legislation, on Monday appointed a female judge for the first time in its 33-year history. Ashraf Jehan, 56, who was serving as an additional judge at the high court in southern Sindh province, made history as she took the oath in Karachi. Slowly but surely … Continue reading Pakistan appoints first female judge to sharia court

Malaysian court rules use of ‘Allah’ exclusive to Muslims

A Malaysian court ruled on Monday that a Christian newspaper may not use the word "Allah" to refer to God, a landmark decision on an issue that has fanned religious tension and raised questions over minority rights in the mainly Muslim country. The unanimous decision by three Muslim judges in Malaysia's appeals court overturned a … Continue reading Malaysian court rules use of ‘Allah’ exclusive to Muslims

Police face court over refusal to hand over reports on anti-Muslim ‘bias’

Originally written by Vikram Dodd From The Guardian Scotland Yard is facing court action next week after refusing to hand over the results of investigations it was ordered to conduct into claims that it used counter-terrorism powers to discriminate against and harass innocent Muslims. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is seeking a high court … Continue reading Police face court over refusal to hand over reports on anti-Muslim ‘bias’

Moses and his Staff

We are all familiar with the story of Moses and his staff in the Pharaoh's court. In the above speech we ask if there a scientific explanation of what happened in the Pharaoh's court? We look at technology available at the time which may explain this incident.