Muslim Women’s Rights to Pray in Mosque Case: Court asked- What is the Rule in Mecca Madina?

Muslim Women’s Rights to Pray in Mosque Case: Court asked- What is the Rule in Mecca Madina?

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The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Central Government and other parties seeking a response on the PIL filed on the demand for Muslims to pray for mosques to pay their prayers. During the hearing on Tuesday, the court said that women go to Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai, on which the petitioner said that there are many such mosques in the country where entry of women is prohibited. The court also asked, what is the law of maize-medina in the entry of women’s mosque?

Justice Bobde said, ‘What fundamental constitutional equality applies to any particular person? Are the temples and the mosque government? They run third parties. If you want someone to come to your house then your permission is necessary. Where did the government come from? ‘

It is Stated in the Petition that it is Unconstitutional

A Muslim couple named Yasmeen Zubair Ahmad Pirzade and Zubair Ahmed Nazir Ahmed Pirzade have filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking the direction of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board and the Central Waqf Council to issue instructions in this regard. In the petition, it has been requested to give this tradition unconstitutional and illegal agreement.

Discrimination with Women: Petitioner

The petition on the entry and prayers of women in the petition has been described as discriminatory and it has been said that this prohibition should be termed as unconstitutional as the ban is unconstitutional and is against Article 14, 15, 21, 25 and 29. Let us tell you that there is a restriction on women entering Sunni mosques after performing prayers. This is when, during the time of Mohammad Sahib, women were allowed to enter Namaz to read prayers. Many mosques, including Delhi’s Jama Masjid, are permitted to enter the mosque but they are not allowed to sit in the same queue as men. Can read.

They are often given different places to read namaz. Apart from this, he can not pray namaz in the mosque even after Magrib. It is noteworthy that only after the restriction on the entry of Hindu women passing through menstruation in Sabarimala of Kerala, Muslim women had given signs of mobilization for Muslim women entering mosques and campaigning for prayers. Kerala’s social worker VP Juhara said that this prohibition violates the rights of women and moral rights and equal rights.

Source : ZeeNews

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