Sejak kebelakangan ini, pihak berkuasa agama telah digambarkan sebagai tidak bertoleransi di mana situasi keharmonian Malaysia nampak semakin tegang akibat tindakan mereka. Pada episod Bentara minggu ini Marina Mahathir, aktivis Sisters in Islam berkongsi pendapatnya mengenai realiti dalam hubungan agama dan politik di Malaysia masakini.
Deepa’s rights: enforce court orders and amend family laws Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO), Letter to the editor, 10 April 2014
Two days ago, we were elated by the news that S. Deepa, a client of Women’s Aid Organisation, was awarded custody of her two children, now aged 6 and 9, by the High Court. Justice was served - or so we thought. Just one day later, things took a turn for the worse.
Enforce the two court orders - reunite mother and son
Deepa has gone through a lot. She survived domestic abuse by her ex-husband. In April last year, her children were converted to Islam unilaterally by her ex-husband without her knowledge or consent. Her children were taken away from her.To claim her rights, Deepa turned to the justice system. She obtained an interim protection order (IPO) to protect herself from further abuse, and she went to the courts to obtain custody of her children. And despite the injustices she faced, she never asked that the father not be allowed to see the children. Read More>>
The Sun Daily : Hindu mum ecstatic over return of son
PETALING JAYA: S Deepa's (pix) heart almost burst when she saw her six-year-old son, Mithran, yesterday after an absence of nearly a year.
"I am especially happy to be able to have Mithran back as I have been longing to see for so long,' said the 30-year-old clerk Read More >>
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