Qardawi Slams Un-Islamic Village Idiots Who Run Mosques & Do Not Let Women In!
We all know of the backwardness of the Mosque Leaders and their backward village followers who bar women's entry into the mosques around Britain, most of these come from 'Backwardistan' also known and the 'crap hole' of the world 'Gujarat' in India and of course Pakistani mosques who are run by people educated by the wild animals read about in jungle Book. Well till now only one group in Britain has taken this battle on and has championed women's rights within the mosques, demanding they not only be allowed to pray there, but should hold key positions within every mosque committee in Britain. Our campaign was famously captured in the excellent documentary 'Women only Jihad'.
Well it seems none other than the great scholar and man of action himself, Sheikh Yousuf al-Qaradawi (thank Allah one scholar talks sense, compared to the ten thousand who are mental), and who agrees with us. If only all scholars had his brains and focused on matters that were important to our community instead of directing young Muslims into arguing over pathetic trivial matters.
Brilliant news for all those who want to empower the women of Islam to the central role they play, Allah-ho-Akbar, and a very sad day for Muslim village idiots and morons everywhere.
Can all of the village idiots please fly to Afghanistan so an American soldier can shoot you, at least that way the Americans would have one good reason to stay there.
Read what he had to say here:
Qatar-based Islamic scholar Sheikh Yousuf al-Qaradawi yesterday slammed the practice of denying women access to mosques by Muslims of South Africa as well as of the Indian subcontinent and said that he was surprised that women were not allowed to attend any of his lectures in Johannesburg during his recent visit there.
The scholar said the same tradition, which he called “un-Islamic”, existed among the Muslims of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh
In his Friday sermon, Sheikh Qaradawi said that during his visit to South Africa, he was surprised by the "unreasonable practice" of not allowing women from entering mosques as well as by the ban to videotape his lectures in Johannesburg.
"It was my first visit to South Africa and I was impressed with its Muslim community's commitment to Islamic rules as well as its unity, but it was the ban on women's entry into mosques which drew my attention. I told the (community members) that this was un-Islamic and they should stop it," he told a congregation in a mosque at Khalifa South.
"I know they did that because they follow the Abu Hanifa school of thought but they should know that time has changed. If Abu Hanifa himself were with us today, he would have changed his mind. It is unreasonable that women could now go to universities, markets and travel, but are not allowed to enter a mosque in some countries."
"One of Abu Hanifa’s most famous religious edicts was that he allowed women to work as judges" he pointed out.