Thursday, 11 May 2017

Triple talaq: India top court reviews Islamic instant divorce per BBC News

The BBC manage to report this issue by simultaneously seeing this action as anti Muslim whilst also reporting that:

'Even though it has been practised for decades, the unilateral instant "triple talaq" divorce finds no mention in Sharia or the Koran.

Islamic scholars say the Koran clearly spells out how to issue a divorce - it has to be spread over three months which allows a couple time for reflection and reconciliation.'

The real reason for the article is to criticise India, something that is very common at the BBC.

'Activists say most Islamic countries, including Pakistan and Bangladesh, have banned triple talaq, but it thrives in India.'

The BBC's pro Islam agenda means that not only do they support the Palestinian cause over the rights of Israel but also that they vilify India as much as possible.

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