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Undercover Council Officers is Abuse of Public Funds

24/05/2019
In reference to this article https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2019/05/23/segamat-council-officers-disguise-as-cooks-secretly-photograph-non-fasting/1755545 published in the Malay Mail today Sisters in Islam (SIS) is outraged to learn...
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Perkahwinan Kanak-Kanak Tidak Harus Dipertahankan

30/11/2018
Sisters in Islam amat khuatir dengan pendirian Kerajaan Negeri Kelantan yang enggan menaikkan had umur perkahwinan kepada 18 tahun malah...
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Don’t take the easy way out

04/11/2018
THE Deputy Minister of Law says the government has no plans to criminalise marital rape. A Perak exco member wants...
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Government Committees and Councils must live up 30 percent promise

31/10/2018
The Joint Action Group on Gender Equality (JAG) expresses our concern over the minimal representation of women in government committees...
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All Muslims should support the ratification of ICERD

28/10/2018
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him and his family) delivered his last sermon (Khutbatul Wada’) on 9 Dhul...
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A formidable, but doable, challenge

14/10/2018
THERE was the Islam of PAS that wanted to create an Islamic state with the Quran and the Hadith as...
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SIS Outraged on Caning sentence handed to 45-year old Widow

11/10/2018
We refer to this article published yesterday: https://www.nst.com.my/news/crime-courts/2018/10/419777/otai-prostitute-receive-four-strokes-rotan-undergo-rehabilitation Sisters in Islam (SIS) is outraged at the sentence that has been...
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SIS response to direction by Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa

10/10/2018
Sisters in Islam (SIS) applauds the direction set by Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa in insisting that what Muslims do...
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Sisters in Islam’s case a victory as it returns to High Court

25/09/2018
The Federal Court today has instructed the fatwa case against Sisters in Islam (SIS) to be returned to the High...
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High price to pay for lack of political will

18/09/2018
The fact that child marriage continues to happen in Malaysia underscores the reality that the price that girls have to...
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Diversity and Unity are Blessings to be Celebrated

14/09/2018
Looking back, the lead up to GE14 had been one of the most unifying moments in our country’s history. From...
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JAG calls for immediate moratorium on corporal punishment and to address crisis in the justice system

12/09/2018
In the wake of the caning of two women in Terengganu, the Joint Action Group for Gender Equality (JAG) and...
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JAG mengesa penangguhan segera bagi hukuman korporal dan penyelesaian krisis dalam sistem keadilan

12/09/2018
Berikutan hukuman sebat dua orang wanita di Terengganu, Joint Action Group for Gender Equality (JAG) dan beberapa organisasi masyarakat sivil...
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Memorandum JAG: Keadilan bagi Dua Wanita yang Dijatuhkan Hukuman Sebat di Makamah Syariah Terengganu

03/09/2018
Latar belakangPada 12 Ogos 2018, dua wanita telah didapati bersalah atas cubaan musahaqah (hubungan seks sesama wanita) di bawah Seksyen...
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JAG Memorandum: Justice for the Two Women Sentenced to Caning at the Syariah High Court in Terengganu

02/09/2018
Background On 12 August 2018, two women were found guilty of attempted musahaqah (sexual relations between women) under Section 30...
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Terengganu Syariah High Court executes against the law

02/09/2018
KUALA TERENGGANU, 3 September -- The Kuala Terengganu Syariah High Court today executed six strokes of the cane against two...
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