Joint Protest organized at Jamia Millia Islamia against the Jahangirpuri demolition.
Fraternity Movement National Secretariat member Waseem R S, Delhi University student leaders Ashfaq Shahid, Muhsin Wadood and Hasna Hassan visited Jahangirpuri where the state machineries have demolished Muslim houses and shopes after Hanuman jayanti celebration. The demolition continued even after an order from the Supreme court to maintain status- quo. The state machineries are very […]
Fraternity Movement Rajasthan State president Mohammed Hashim visited riot-affected area of karauli, Rajasthan.
Food Justice and Brahminism: The case of ABVP violence in JNUFraternity Movement JNU condemns in strong terms the Violence and Terror unleashed by ABVP goons on JNU Students over eating non-veg food in the mess on 10th April 2022. Abvp manhandled the Muslim food distributors, who usually distribute non-veg food to different messes in the […]
The Karnataka High Court in it’s verdict on the hijab-ban in Karnataka Colleges has upheld the hijab ban forcing young Muslim women to choose their faith or education, both of which are fundamental rights. Religious practices of Muslims cannot be suspended. The court also commented that “Hijab is not an essential religious practice”. Judiciary cannot […]
In the light of the ban on Hijab in classrooms and college campuses that started in coastal Karnataka, a delegation of the Fraternity Movement travelled from 25-28 February across Karnataka state collecting testaments and taking stock of the situation after the statewide hijab ban and subsequent violence. The ban is a targeted hate crime aimed […]
Fraternity Movement believes the SIT report on the incident is concocted and fabricated, prepared to mislead the investigation and hide the real culprits. Fraternity Movement reiterates its demand of CBI probe into the case and immediate arrest of the real culprits.
After PU College in Udupi, Karnataka, young Hijab wearing Muslim women are being denied entry in Kundapur Govt College after members of ABVP protested against Hijab by wearing saffron shawls in Kundapur and Badravathi college in Karanatka. This is an alarming and rising trend of Islamophobia and anti-muslim hatred directed at Muslim women. Denying education […]
Press Conference organised by Fraternity Movement West Bengal on education, unemployment and Hate Crime Against Muslim Women. National General Secretary Abu Jafar Molla, State President Arman Ali and State General Secretary Mujahidur Rahman Addressed the media.
Fraternity Movement National Secretary Aysha Renna, student activists Ladeeda Farzana and Nidha Parveen, Fraternity Movement Kerala state secretary Nujaim PK and Fraternity Movement National executive committee member Lubaib Basheer were present at the press meet.
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