In the post-#MeToo India, does this move give more definition to what constitutes crossing the line? Or make it easier for the accused to get away with bad behaviour?
University of Arizona has banned the wannabe preacher from its campus for a year, where he'll no longer be able to spread his anti-gay, anti-feminist, anti-Muslim, anti-yoga pants message.
Women protested at the French embassy this week following images of armed police forcing a woman on a beach in Nice to remove her clothing.
Two weeks after the video showing Saudi religious police attacking the woman went viral, the Ministry of Interior bowed to public pressure and arrested the offending officers.
On Monday, the Deputy Prime Minister announced that women should remain chaste in public, and warned against visibly laughing in public.
It's a contentious debate, but whether it's non-Muslims telling everyone that it's fine to wear a niqab, Muslims telling everyone that it's not fine to wear a niqab or non-Muslims castigating their fellow non-Muslims for not castigating the niqab...