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Singapore allows hijab for Muslim nurses in public healthcare

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday announced that female Muslim staff in Singapore’s public healthcare, including nurses, are allowed to wear hijab or “tudung” as an add-on to their uniforms starting November. He noted that wearing tudung became increasingly important for the Muslim community, and for many Muslim women it is an important part of their faith and expression …

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කාන්තා චර්මච්ඡේදනය –

කාන්තාවන්ට විවිධාකාරයේ සුබ සිද්ධීන් ගෙනදෙන ඉස්ලාමීය පිළිවෙතක් කාන්තා චර්මච්ඡේදනය පිළිබඳව විවිධාකාරයේ ලිපිලේඛන ලියාපළකොට ඇති අතර බොහෝ ලේඛකයින් හට ඉහත කරුණු පිළිබඳ ඉස්ලාමීය පිළිවෙත FGM (Female Genital Mutilation)  බොහෝ දුරට අවුල්සහගත බව පෙනේ. කෙසේ වෙතත් මෙය යථාර්තයට වඩා බොහෝ සෙයින් වෙනස් ය. ඉස්ලාමයේ නියම කර ඇති පරිදි කාන්තා චර්මච්ඡේදනය යනු භගමණියේ (භගශිශ්නිකාව) හෙවත් කාන්තා ලිංගෙන්ද්‍රිය ආවරණය කර ඇති ප්‍රපූටිය හෙවත් පෙරසම …

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Australia Post pays tribute to frontline heroes with five new stamps

Nurses and hospital workers The first stamp profiles nurses and hospital workers who have tested millions of Australians for COVID-19 and treated hundreds over the course of the pandemic. Australia Post has released a new set of stamps honouring those who have continued to serve and protect their fellow Australians in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The five …

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Meet Britain’s first female Muslim football referee

Jawahir Roble is a a Somali-born British football referee and the UK’s first female Muslim official [Jawahir Roble/provided] Jawahir “JJ” Roble is so dedicated to her career as a football referee she has “cut down” on her consumption of chicken nuggets in favour of “good food, like avocados.” It is, apparently, a hardship for the 26-year-old. It is this type …

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