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Muslim personal law 'unjust, barbaric, outdated': Katju

01 Oct, Wed. 2014
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Muslim personal law 'unjust, barbaric, outdated': Katju
New Delhi: Press Council of India chairman MarkandeyKatju on Tuesday favoured a uniform civil law in the country, claiming the Muslim personal law is "unjust" as it treats women as "inferior"."Muslim personal law is an unjust law, it is a barbaric, outdated law because it treats women as inferior. Oral talaq is permitted only to men," he said. He claimed that even Hindu law was similarly feudal in nature but changes were made in it after "tremendous efforts" by Jawaharlal Nehru. There was a time when a Hindu man could marry as many wives and property was inherited only by the son, he claimed. According to Katju, in the age of equality the same law should be applicable to both men and women. "If a Muslim woman wants divorce she has to approach a court but a husband can get it by only saying 'talaq' thrice," he said. "Every modern country has one single law for everybody, it is only here because vote banks are needed," Katju, who was speaking at an interaction organized by Indian Women's Press Corps (IWPC), said. Asked specifically if he favoured a uniform civil law, he relied saying, "Yes, absolutely."PTI
Katju favours uniform civil law
India not to join war on ISIS: Official
Washington: India is not going to join "any coalition" in the ongoing fight against the dreaded ISIS group in West Asia but agreed to work with the US to deal with the "major issue" of flight of radicalised people to that region for terror strikes. The Indian stand over any participation in the US-led coalition air strikes in the war on terrorism against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria was outlined by an official of Ministry of External Affairs even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared his concerns during summit talks with President Barack Obama over emerging challenges in West Asia. Vikram Doraiswami, Joint Secretary (Americas) in the MEA, during a media briefing on yesterday's summit talks said India was not going to join "any coalition" against terrorism but the two sides had agreed on the need to deal with "travellers of terrorism" -- radicalised people who travel for participating in terror activities in West Asia. "This is a very major issue for us," he said while referring to reports of movement of radicalised youth from India to that region. Likewise, it was clarified that a trilateral partnership agreed on Afghanistan, would be developmental in nature and not military cooperation. Doraiswami also said that the "joint and concerted efforts" on dismantling safe havens for terrorist groups and criminal networks as resolved by India and the US in the Joint Statement did not mean that the two countries were going to launch operations but will carry out any UN-mandated task. Modi during his joint media appearance with Obama said the two countries agreed to intensify cooperation in counter terrorism and intelligence sharing. PTI
 India not to join US, NATO countries for fight against ISIS, confirm officials
India not to join coalition against ISIS: ANI
Mob tries to burn Bihar minister alive
Sasaram: An abortive attempt was made to burn alive a Bihar cabinet minister in the presence of district officials, including the DM and SP of Rohtas, at Sasaram, 150km from Patna, on late Monday evening. The incident occurred at the famous Tarachandi temple where a cultural programme was organized by the administration as part of Navaratra celebrations. Art and culture minister Vinay Bihari, also a folk singer, inaugurated the programme at which he sang religious songs. A couple of other famous folk singers were also scheduled to perform at the function. But the poor sound and sitting arrangements annoyed the gathering, and some of them started hurling chairs towards the dais. As a chair fell on SP Chandan Kumar Kushwaha, the police started caning people. This further infuriated the mob which started pelting the police and dais with bricks and stones. Sensing the angry mood of the mob, the minister and officials had to scurry for cover."Had I not hidden myself under the dais for over two hours, I would have been roasted alive," the minister, whose official vehicle was torched by the mob, told newsmen. Wearing a bandage on head and chin and visibly shaken even 12 hours after the incident, he said he overheard a few persons carrying petrol cans and looking for him.TOI
‘Love jihad’ a social problem, not RSS coinage: NCW chief
New Delhi: The word jihad has been “corrupted by terrorists” and the term “love jihad” has been “incorrectly interpreted” to allude to inter-religious marriages, Lalitha Kumaramangalam,Chairperson of the National Commission for Women (NCW), said here on Tuesday. Ms. Kumaramangalam said: “I don’t approve of this term [love jihad], which was not coined by the BJP and the RSS but used to interpret an occurrence. In the increasing urban milieu, a lot of inter-religious marriages are happening. Society is protesting against what is new, what it is not comfortable with. There is a social outrage against what is against the norm.” Referring to “love jihad” as a social problem, she said: “The word jihad itself does not mean what it is being used for.” She traced a connection between the issue and social practices that had emerged as a consequence of the skewed sex ratio in the country.“There are too many gender problems that are clashing, but looked at from a narrow prism. The media too play an unreasonable part. There are a little over 800 women for 1,000 men. thehindu
AMU Registrar resigns citing ‘health’, 2 hrs later claims did it ‘under duress’
Lucknow: A sections of students led a protest and allegedly manhandled some officials at Aligarh Muslim University Monday after the vice-chancellor accepted the resignation of Registrar Shahrukh Shamshad who two hours later tried to retract it claiming that he had been “forced to resign under duress”. The resignation comes weeks after the office of the Vice-President of India asked Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to look into the complaints of alleged manipulations in the appointment of Shamshad’s appointment as Registrar. V-C Lt Gen Zameeruddin Shah, refused Shamshad’s request for retraction of the resignation letter. “The Registrar had tendered his resignation on “health grounds” at 9:30 am and the same was accepted by the V-C at 10 am. Later, the Registrar sent an email at 11:26 am alleging he had resigned under duress. But once a resignation is promulgated, it cannot be retracted,” University spokesperson Dr Rahat Abrar said. He said Shamshad’s allegations were baseless and the “V-C has not allowed him to retract the resignation”. Dr Afsar Ali Khan, an assistant professor in the electrical engineering department, has been appointed as the officiating Registrar until the selection of a new Registrar. Questioning the manner in which the Registrar was “removed”, some students later protested outside the V-C office,allegedly manhandling the officials accompanying Shah. “About 250-300 of us had gone to V-C to inquire about the condemnable circumstances under which the Registrar was forced to resign. He did meet us but did not give any satisfactory answer,” said student leader Kunwar Mohammad Ahmad, from second year MA . He, however, claimed that the students did not misbehave with the staff. Indian Express
Controversy over ‘resignation’ of AMU Registrar
HC moved for nod to animal slaughter in housing societies for Eid
Mumbai: 11 persons belonging to the Muslim community in the city have approached the Bombay high court seeking orders to allow sacrifice of animals at housing societies or other places during Bakri Eid in south Mumbai and the suburbs. A division bench of Justice Anoop Mohta and Justice F M Reis has scheduled the matter for hearing on Wednesday after assistant govt pleader Bharat Mehta sought time to file the state's response. The petition claimed that the Deonar abattoir, which was set up in 1972, is woefully inadequate to meet the requirements for the 3-day festival, which sees slaughter of goats and buffaloes as part of the religious customs. "When the abattoir came up, the Muslim population of the city was around 10 lakh but this had risen to around 40 lakh now," it said. As per government rules under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, animals can only be slaughtered at Deonar. Muslims in south Mumbai and those in the suburbs have to travel to Deonar for the sacrifice, which is inconvenient and causes difficulties. Further, the facilities at Deonar are inadequate and unhygienic and animals are slaughtered in inhuman conditions in violation of rules. The norms also specify that a veterinary doctor can examine only 96 animals in a day before the slaughter, which means the 20 doctors at the abattoir will be able to inspect only 2,000 animals. However, 15,000-18,000 animals are sacrificed during the three-day festival, the petition claims. The petitioners said they have identified 20 places in the city that have a large Muslim population and where animals can be sacrificed between Oct.5 and 7, without hurting the sentiments of other communities. Meanwhile, another bench of the HC on Monday granted an interim stay on a decision by the Maharashtra govt to allow the slaughter of an additional 12,000 animals during the festival this year. Times of India   
Over 1.36 lakh Indian pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Haj
Jeddah: All the 1,36,020 Indian pilgrims who will perform Haj this year have reached Saudi Arabia, officials said. "All the 1,36,020 Indian Haj pilgrims have reached Saudi Arabia with the last flight carrying 394 pilgrims from Mumbai arriving yesterday," Indian consul general BS Mubarak told PTI. Yesterday was the last day of flight operations, he said.PTI
Kader Khan despite bad health is very happy in Mecca
Mecca:Popular Bollywood actor, writer and director Kader Khan is in Mecca to perform Haj along with his two sons. Khan, 78, arrived in Mecca with his two sons, Sarfaraz and Shahnawaz, who is also an actor. Shahnawaz is also accompanied by his wife. “Kader Khan is very happy to be in Mecca,” Indian Haj official Omer Khan told PTI. He said that right now he is staying in Azizia, Mecca. He has now dedicated himself to the propagation of Islam. PTI
AMU’s Rs 2-cr school in riot-affected Budhana to come up on donated land
Lucknow: The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is going to establish a “state-of-the-art” school equipped with computers and “best of infrastructure” in Budhana tehsil of Muzaffarnagar district, where riots in September last year saw more than 60 people killed and another over 50,000 displaced.AMU would soon start the construction of school building using Rs 51 lakh in donations collected from its own staff and students for helping the riot victims. AMU V-C Lt Gen (retd) Zameeruddin Shah said that estimated cost of the school, that will be named after AMU founder Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, is Rs 2 crore. He said the university has received commitment of donation of more than Rs 1.5 crore from alumni and other social organisations. Shah will lay the foundation stone of the school at Jaula village on Oct.8. indianexpress
Some Muslim leaders planning to support Shiv Sena or BJP in Maharashtra: DNA India report
Mumbai: In a major jolt to Congress and NCP, leaders of the Muslim community are planning to support Shiv Sena or BJP in return for an assurance that the basic problems of the community would be addressed. And adding to NCP's discomfiture, Muslims in that party led by its minority cell chief Habib Fakih have left the party angry over Muslims not being nominated as candidates from minority pockets in Marathwada and Vidarbha. "We want to trounce Congress and NCP. Time is ripe for that," said Shabbir Ansari of All India Muslim OBC Organisation (AIMOBC), adding that they were in touch with Sena and BJP. On Monday, Ansari and community representatives met Sena president Uddhav Thackeray. Ansari said Muslims were open to supporting pro-Hindutva parties if they publicly promised to address the community's basic problems like police framing innocent youth, fast-tracking pending criminal cases against them, protecting wakf board lands, easing granting of caste and validity certificates to OBC Muslims and providing Muslim youth employment. "Congress and NCP have been using Muslims by projecting Sena and BJP as communal. There is no doubt Sena and BJP took a communal line as they did not get Muslim votes. However, we want to go with them and see if they are really communal or not," said Ghulam Peshimam, who is part of the committee.Meanwhile, Fakih, who was part of NCP's parliamentary board and among its star campaigners, said he had quit the party with around 65% of its minority workers. He said most of them favoured joining Sena.  Dnaindia
‘Flood trauma can affect health of Kashmir children’
Srinagar: With thousands of families in flood-affected areas of Kashmir continuing to remain displaced and a humanitarian crisis looming large, children are being seen as worst sufferers of the calamity. The flood, which killed hundreds, left thousands of people homeless and bruised the psyche of millions, is particularly seen to have a lasting impact on the psychology and general healthcare of children, according to studies and experts. Analysts also believe that if basic amenities like food, shelter and medicine are not provided to the affected children, it will affect them badly in future given the images of devastation embedded in their minds. “The trauma has happened,” says Dr Arshad Hussain, a noted psychiatrist. “And right now what the affected people need is relief and rehabilitation including food, shelter and medicine. But if we fail on these counts, the repercussions could be shocking.”Citing findings of a snowstorm that struck Waltengo Nar village in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district in 2005, Dr Arshad said the trauma remained intact among people for months. The snowstorm had killed 162 persons and people were starved off of the humanitarian aid for several years. This month’s flood has been termed as a disaster of “international magnitude” by the government and which affected more than a  million people across Kashmir. “We are assessing how many children were affected by the flood,” Secretary of Social Welfare Department Muhammad Shafi Rather  said. greater kashmir
Assam floods: 67 dead, Rajnath to visit flood-hit areas Wednesday
Guwahati: 67 people have been killed in the floods in Assam’s Brahmaputra Valley even as Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju are expected to visit the flood-affected areas of Assam and Meghalaya Wednesday. According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), over four lakh people continue to be affected by floods in at least five districts of Assam. The flood situation in Kamrup (Rural) and Golapara districts — affected badly along with Kamrup (Metro) and Dhubri districts — during the last wave of floods two weeks back have, however, improved considerably. The Revenue and Disaster Management Department has collated estimated reports from 23 flood-hit districts of the state — Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Chirang, Darrang, Dhemaji, Dhubri, Dibrugarh, Goalpara, Golaghat, Jorhat, Kamrup (M), Kamrup, Karbi Anglong, Karimganj, Kokrajhar, Lakhimpur, Morigaon, Nagaon, Nalbari, Sivasagar, Sonitpur, Tinsukia and Udalguri. IANS
Home Ministry seeks IB's view on NIA's request for filing case against ISIS & Al-Qaeda: ET report
New Delhi:The home ministry has sought the Intelligence Bureau's "view" on whether the NIA should be allowed register cases against ISIS and Al-Qaeda for their alleged attempts to recruit Indian Muslims for terror acts. It has been nearly 3 weeks since NIA wrote to the ministry, seeking its permission to register an "open" case against ISIS and Al-Qaeda. NIA has told the home ministry that this is a fit matter for a case to be registered against ISIS and Al-Qaeda. "We have now asked for IB's view on the same. The ministry wishes to ascertain if there is any need for lodging this FIR and what purpose will be served by it," a home ministry official said. Another official said a call may well be taken on the issue upon the return of NSA Ajit Doval from the US on Wednesday night. "We feel the case is required," a senior NIA official said. economictimes
One suspect arrested in Bijnor blast: PTI report
Lucknow: Furkan  has been arrested in Bijnor blast case, informed a senior police official. "Furkan was arrested from Bijnor yesterday," IG (Law and Order) A Satish Ganesh told reporters here. He said Furkan, a fruit trader, had helped SIMI terrorists allegedly involved in the blast on Sept.12 in Mohalla Jatan of Bijnor.PTI
US war planes attack ISIL in Kirkuk, Iraq
US war planes have bombed targets of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL, in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk on Tuesday, said a police chief. The attack took place in Havice region near Kirkuk and caused several casualties among ISIL ranks, Havice police chief Kazim Muhammad told Anadolu Agency. Meanwhile, the clashes between ISIL and the Kurdish peshmerga continue in Kirkuk.  3 peshmergas and 15 ISIL militants died during clashes in the town of Dakuk, south of Kirkuk, Dakuk security officer Kawa Garip said. At least 25 ISIL militants have been killed in separate attacks by the Iraqi army and local militia forces in various locations in Iraq on Tuesday. At least another 15 ISIL militants were killed in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, according to a written statement by Iraqi's Interior Ministry Spokesman Saad Moen. In the eastern Diyala province of Iraq, 10 other ISIL insurgents were also killed, Lieutenant General Abdulemir ez-Zadi, the commander of operations in Diyala said.  Anadolu Agency  
British jets launch their first attacks on ISIL
British Tornado fighter jets have launched their first attacks against ISIL targets in Iraq since parliament approved combat operations last Friday, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said on Tuesday. "They identified and attacked a heavy weapons position that was endangering Kurdish forces and they subsequently attacked an(ISIL) armed pick-up truck in the same area," he told BBC."Both Tornados have now returned safely to their base and the initial attack assessment is that both attacks were successful," he added. Worldbulletin
US airstrikes against ISIS reportedly suffer from intelligence gaps: Fox News report
US airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria are proceeding despite intelligence gaps that inhibit the Pentagon's ability to determine their effectiveness, according to a published report. The AP, citing current and former US officials, reported Wednesday that the Defense Department is relying on satellites, drones and surveillance flights to pinpoint targets for airstrikes, as well as assess the damage afterward and determine whether civilians were killed. Officials say that system stands in sharp contrast to the networks of bases, spies and ground-based technology the US had in place during the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. US military says airstrikes have been discriminating and effective in disrupting an Al Qaeda cell called the Khorasan Group and in halting the momentum of Islamic State militants. But independent analysts say the Islamic State, remains on the offensive in Iraq and Syria, where it still controls large sections. And according to witnesses, US airstrikes have at times hit empty buildings that were long ago vacated by ISIS fighters.
Air Strikes Will Never Work, Say the Troops Fighting ISIS: news week report
It will come as little comfort to President Obama and his European allies, but there is widespread agreement over how the jihadist Islamic State (ISIS) can be defeated in northeast Syria and northern Iraq. Whether it’s a view advanced by Kurdish commanders on the Turkish border, local police in northern Iraq or a former Chief of the UK defence staff in London, the consensus is that troops on the ground are required – and fast. news week
Al-Nusra Front accuses Lebanon of handing over Syrian refugees to Assad regime
"Lebanese security chief Abbas Ibrahim surrendered 10 detained Syrian refugees to the Syrian regime," Al-Nusra Front claimed yesterday, an accusation Ibrahim denies. Al-Nusra said,‘This action will have severe repercussions on Lebanon's General Security Directorate and Ibrahim.’ Al-Nusra Front said, "In light of the campaign to systematically target our displaced people abroad, we were notified that the Lebanese security general has handed over 10 Syrian refugees to the Assad regime." Since the onset of fierce clashes with the Lebanese army in the town of Arsal on the Syrian-Lebanese border in August, Al-Nusra has been kidnapping Lebanese soldiers and has threatened to kill them if the Lebanese authorities did not release Syrian detainees.The group warned that a deal has been struck between officials in Beirut and Damascus and that this will have "serious repercussions on the General Security Directorate and its general who is bowing down to Iranian will", a reference made to the Iranian sponsored Lebanese Hezbollah, which has publically fought alongside the Syrian regime since 2013. The organisation went on to address the families of detained fighters by saying:"Your govt is lying to you.We previously demanded that negotiations between Beirut and Damascus stop until the situation in Arsal are dealt with completely," adding that, "nothing has come out of these indirect negotiations"."These actions intend to drag us into the Syrian regime's trap. They are increasing the pressure on the displaced population by forcing us to respond positively to the execution of your sons" they said. middleeastmonitor
For 1st time since 2007, Israel allows Gazans into Aqsa
Gaza City:  Israel will allow 500 residents of theGaza Strip to pray in occupied East Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque next week for the first time since 2007, a government source has said.Permits issued by Israel will allow the Gazans to pray inside the Al-Aqsa for three days starting Sunday, the source, from the Palestinian Civil Affairs Ministry, told Anadolu Agency.AA
Palestinian PM met senior Israeli official on Gaza: Paper
Jerusalem: Palestinian PM Rami Hamdallah met with a senior Israeli official on Tuesday to discuss the rehabilitation of the devastated Gaza Strip, an Israeli newspaper reported Wednesday. Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth quoted a Palestinian official as confirming that Hamdallah had met with the Israeli official on Tuesday evening, with whom he had discussed means of facilitating relief assistance for residents of the Gaza Strip. One of the main points discussed at the meeting was the need to allow the export of goods from Gaza to the West Bank and issue permits to allow Gazan students to attend universities in the West Bank and abroad. The newspaper also noted that both sides had agreed to open the border crossings between Israel and Gaza for 200 days per year and allow children under 16, grandfathers and grandmothers from Gaza to visit their relatives in the West Bank. A senior Israeli official confirmed that the goal of the meeting was to consolidate a cease-fire agreement – signed in late August between Israel and Palestinian factions in Gaza – in coordination with the Palestinian Authority.
Israel stages fresh Gaza incursion despite ceasefire
Israeli army vehicles and bulldozers on Wednesday staged a limited incursion into the southern Gaza Strip for the fourth time since a ceasefire between Palestinian resistance factions and Israel. 10 bulldozers pushed some 100 meters into southern Khan Younis, according to eyewitnesses. The bulldozers razed a large plot of agricultural land before pulling out from the area, they added. The incursion was the fourth since Israeli and Palestinian negotiators signed an August 26 cease-fire deal in Cairo to end a 7-week Israeli offensive on the seaside enclave. worldbulletin
UN rights expert says Israel's 'self-defense' claim in Gaza 'untenable', urges accountability
A top UN rights expert has expressed alarm at the impact of Israel's attack on Gaza for civilians, concluding that "Israel's claim of self-defense against an occupied population living under a blockade considered to be illegal under international law is untenable." Makarim Wibisono, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, spoke Monday at the end of his first mission to the region. In a press release, Wibisono stated that the Israeli military killed almost 1,500 civilians, including more than 500 children, with "a staggering 11,231 Palestinian civilians, including 3,436 children" injured and many "now struggling with life-long disabilities".
Myanmar, Sri Lanka Buddhists in anti-Muslim pact
A Myanmar monk accused of inciting violence against Muslims and a hardline Buddhist group in Sri Lanka said on Tuesday they would work together to rally other Buddhist groups and defend their faith against conversions to Islam. Ashin Wirathu, who once called himself "the Burmese bin Laden" said the agreement with Sri Lanka's Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) or "Buddhist Power Force", was the first step in a broad alliance against conversions by Muslims in the region.The deal gave no detailed indication what the groups were planning to counter what they said was the risk of Buddhists becoming "victims of conversions by extremists", but the agreement could stoke anti-Muslim attacks in both countries."Both Bodu Bala Sena and 969 movement have felt that they must now come forward to derive practical and meaningful ways to address these burning issues which cannot be left for politicians to deal with," the agreement said. The groups will work on building networks among Buddhist societies and pool resources to fight for the faith, it said. worldbulletin
 No links with JI, Islamic State, al-Qaeda: Hezb-e-Islami
Peshawar: The Gulbadin Hekmatyar-led Hezb-e-Islami, has denied links with the Islamic State (IS), saying they have no political or organisational connections with any outfit outside Afghanistan. “The Hezb-e-Islami has no political or organisational links to any political party outside the country, including Muslim brotherhood, Jamaat-e-Islami, Islamic State, al-Qaeda and Pakistani and Afghan Taliban,” the second largest anti-government armed party after Taliban said in a statement available with Afghan Islamic Press (AIP). The Hezb-e-Islami said its resistance was confined to Afghanistan and neither carried out jihadist activities outside the country during jihad against former Soviet Union, nor presently.It, however, said they morally supported the innocent in every nook and corner of the world, adding they were only carrying out armed operations against the combatant enemy. The Hezb-e-Islami denial came at a time after its commander, Mirwaish, in northern Baghlan province announced joining the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria which was later declared as Islamic Caliphate.  The presence of Islamic State was noticed in Afghanistan and Pakistan after its first Pashto-Dari magazine was disseminated.The officials of Afghanistan’s Ghazni province have also confirmed the presence of Islamic State or Daish’s fighters in four districts of the province.The group has not yet announced its leadership in Afghanistan. The News
New Afghan President omits 'terror list tagged' Mullah Omar from proposed peace talks
New York (ANI): Prominent Taliban leader Mullah Omar has been reportedly left out of the proposed peace talks between the Taliban and the government by new Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. UN's Afghanistan ambassador, Dr. Zahir Tanin, said that Ghani invited the Taliban, but Mullah Omar was not invited because he was on the terrorism watch list, New York Post reported. Ghani, during his inaugural speech on Monday, called for peace talks with the Taliban and another militant group, Hezb-e-Islami, after 13 years of war.Ghani assured the militant groups that the government was willing to find a solution to all their problems.However, the Taliban have rejected the Afghan president's peace proposal. Tanin said that though Taliban had renounced the peace offer, the government needed to work with its neighbours in the region to see whether the Taliban would be ready to join them at some point. (ANI)

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