· Indonesia cancels Hajj pilgrimage over coronavirus concerns →
More than 220,000 people from the world's biggest Muslim-majority country were set to take part in this year's Hajj, which all Muslims must perform at least once in their lifetime if able.
· First Rohingya refugee dies from coronavirus in Bangladesh →
The Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are members of a mostly Muslim minority who fled a brutal military crackdown in Myanmar in 2017.
· Perak to replace pre-marriage course with special interview during CMCO →
IPOH, June 2 — Beginning tomorrow, Muslim couples who plan to get married during the conditional movement control order (CMCO) period in Perak do not need to attend a pre-marriage course.
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And officials in Bangladesh said on Tuesday that a Rohingya Muslim had died of the coronavirus in a refugee camp, escalating fears about how quickly an outbreak might ravage a community confined to tightly packed tents and shacks.
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Officials in Bangladesh said on Tuesday that a Rohingya Muslim had died of the coronavirus in a refugee camp, escalating fears about how quickly an outbreak might ravage a community confined to tightly packed tents and shacks.
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DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Authorities in Bangladesh have confirmed the first death of a Rohingya refugee from the coronavirus, as infections rise in sprawling camps where more than 1 million Rohingya Muslims have been living since fleeing from neighboring Myanmar.
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There are also specific rules for where it can be held - such as a place of worship, in the bride or groom's home or immediate family's home, or a building occupied by the Registries of Marriages or Muslim Marriages.
· Indonesia pulls out of annual Mecca pilgrimage over virus fears →
More than 220,000 people from the world's biggest Muslim-majority country were set to take part in this year's hajj, which all Muslims must perform at least once in their lives if able.
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His focus has largely been on political issues such as a citizenship bill, a ban on the “triple Talaq” divorce practice among Muslims and revoking Kashmir’s autonomy.
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On a separate topic, the minister said the ministerial meeting also decided to allow inter-state travel for those seeking to perform the Muslim marriage rites, but said this was still subject to police approval.