The Azhar-educated scholar said Islam seeks to establish peace among all of humanity.
Alhan Fahmy's firm stands to earn half of the payout as a "success fee."
A third defendant was found not guilty.
About 15,000 Maldivians reside in the neighbouring country.
The 20-point roadmap calls for legal changes to ensure independence and improve oversight.
A ministry report published in October said hundreds of foreign fishing vessels were operating illegally in Maldivian seas every year.
The High Court overturned an Employment Tribunal unfair dismissal ruling over Sheraton's Full Moon Resort sacking of three staff in 2014.
The flats were put up for sale after its original recipients under a previous government's social housing programme were unable to secure loans.
Mohamed Muahmar and Hussain Sunaih, the first Maldivians put on trial for human trafficking, are accused of submitting fake construction agreements and other documents to obtain...
A Bangladeshi man on trial for trafficking three fellow countrymen into the Maldives admitted guilt at court on Monday.
Civil Court Judge Mohamed Haleem scheduled a record 160 cases Thursday, heard 153 cases and delivered judgments in 66 cases.
The government is “creating youth slums” with new flats in Hulhumalé aimed at married couples, a former housing minister tells the Maldives Independent.
State witnesses testify in favour of human trafficking suspects said to have brought large numbers of migrants to the country by submitting fraudulent documents to the...
Housing ministry spokesman Ahmed Fazal said the flats would be reserved for those working in the greater Malé region. There are around 24,000 civil servants in...
The prosecutor general’s office has charged a Maldivian man over the death of a Bangladeshi migrant worker in Kaafu atoll Himmafushi island.
Opposition lawmaker Ahmed Faris Maumoon has been temporarily transferred to house arrest from Maafushi Prison. Faris, the eldest son of former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, was...
The opposition Jumhooree Party (JP) is mulling the idea of presidential primaries and regional branches as part of reform efforts.