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Court to rehear ruling on ‘bin Abdullah’ case

Earlier bench could not deliver judgment as four of the five judges have retired.

2 judges not enough to deliver ruling in ‘bin Abdullah’ appeal

Retired judge Gopal Sri Ram says a fresh panel should be convened as at least three are needed from the original five-man bench.

Court postpones ruling on ‘bin Abdullah’ case

The three-man Federal Court bench says it is allowing the government's application to find other solutions to the issue.

Federal Court to deliver verdict on ‘Abdullah’ case next week

Three judges from the initial five-member panel will deliver the decision directly instead of the appeal being reheard.

Court to rule if illegitimate children can carry father’s name

Chief Justice Richard Malanjum says this can be done as three of the original five judges from the bench are available, as required by law.

Friday sermon in Selangor defends fatwa on naming illegitimate children

The Selangor Islamic Department says naming an illegitimate Muslim child after the biological father can lead to bigger problems as his guardianship is not valid in Islam.

Asri ups the ante by citing Shafi’i view on illegitimate children

This is the second time the Perlis mufti defends his support for the recent court judgment on naming out-of-wedlock Muslim children.

‘Bin Abdullah’ rule curbs sin, says parenting group

Smart Parents disagrees with Court of Appeal.

Zuraida: Ensure well-being of kids born out of wedlock

PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin gives three recommendations on how to achieve this.

‘Court ruling on ‘Abdullah’ will help prevent stigmatisation’

However representative from NGO that combats baby dumping and sale disagrees, saying issue of stigmatisation must be fought with change in society's mindset, not change of name.

Sisters in Islam hails judgment against NRD as Islamic

The Muslim women's rights group says the Court of Appeal's decision against the National Registration Department fulfils the shariah's objective of protecting life.

Bebas tells NRD to heed court ruling on illegitimate children

Civil rights group says any circular or government order must be based on civil law, not religious edicts that have not gone through legislative process in Parliament.

Saying no to illegitimate children

Muslims must be wary of Islamic leaders whose only interest is to send people to jail, and whose only idea for solving problems involves punishment.

NRD: 159,275 illegitimate kids born not all Muslims

National Registration Department says Muslim children born less than six lunar months from the date of the mother’s marriage are considered illegitimate.