new Delhi: The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Wednesday mentioned within the Supreme Court that Muslim girls are allowed to enter mosques for prayers identical to males. AIMPLB's reply got here on the PIL of Yasmin Zubeer Ahmed Pirzada. The PIL sought judicial intervention to make sure the entry of Muslim girls into mosques. A nine-member structure bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde will contemplate it. The bench is contemplating authorized and constitutional points associated to discrimination with girls in lots of religions and at non secular locations together with the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. <! –
Mohammed Fazlur Rahim, secretary of AIMPLB, in his affidavit filed by advocate MR Shamshad, mentioned that contemplating the non secular classes, teachings and non secular beliefs of followers of Islam, it was mentioned that ladies could be provided prayers within the mosque. Entry to the mosque is allowed. Therefore, any Muslim girl is free to enter the mosque for namaz. He has the choice of exercising his proper to avail such services out there for Namaz within the mosque. It mentioned that the All India Muslim Personal Law Board doesn’t need to touch upon any conflicting non secular views on this regard.
According to the affidavit, it’s not obligatory for Muslim girls in Islam to recite Namaz with the Jamaat, neither is it obligatory for them to hitch the Namaz with the Jamaat, which is obligatory for Muslim males. It mentioned that Muslim girls have been given a separate place as a result of in response to the teachings of Islam, they’ll get the identical non secular advantage (pujya) if they provide Namaz on the mosque or at dwelling. The apex courtroom had mentioned on Tuesday that the Constitution Bench of 9 judges will hear questions associated to the entry of Muslim girls into mosques, circumcision of girls in Dawoodi Bohra Muslim neighborhood, and so on. inside ten days. The AIMPLB argued that it’s not correct for the apex courtroom to think about questions of practices based mostly on non secular beliefs.