INDIA: Swalih Bathery is working from the Islamic assumption that if a woman tempts a man, it is her fault. She must remove the temptation by covering up, not going out at night, etc. If anything happens, it’s her responsibility.
“One must not be confused when they look at Swalih who looks like a small boy as he is 27 years old who has Progeria also known as Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS) or the ‘Benjamin Button’ disease.”
“Kerala Islamic cleric says women who travel by night are prostitutes and deserve to be raped,” The Commune, July 16, 2021:
In a video that has now gone viral on social media, Islamic scholar’ Salih [sic] Bathery was heard saying that women going out at night after 9 o’clock are prostitutes and they should be killed.
This is a series of yet another incident in Kerala that shows the growing influence of radical Islamic clerics and the rise in crime against women in the Communist-ruled state.
One must not be confused when they look at Swalih who looks like a small boy as he is 27 years old who has Progeria also known as Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS) or the “Benjamin Button” disease.
In the controversial video, Swalih justified the actions of brutal rapist Govindachamy who raped and killed a girl named Soumya. Swalih criticised the court’s judgement and the judge who heard the Soumya case.
According to Swalih, Govindachamy had said that he raped Soumya because she was travelling at night and according to him every girl travelling at night was a prostitute….
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