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WATCH: Women speak out after battle over prayer space at mosque

Devviem

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https://www.news24.com/Video/SouthA...r-battle-over-prayer-space-at-mosque-20180613

A group of women have spoken out about their experience with exclusivity in a mosque in Johannesburg, after they were verbally abused for seeking a space to perform Salaah (prayer) during the month of Ramadan.

In a video that made rounds on social media, the women are called "morons" by an elderly man who was upset by their presence in a room adjacent to the men.

The Masjid Siratul Jannah Mosque in Johannesburg is one of various mosques that cater for women on their premises. However, their facilities were not fully functional, as it had been missing a speaker to allow women to hear the recital of the Qur’an on the night of the incident.
 

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https://www.news24.com/Video/SouthA...r-battle-over-prayer-space-at-mosque-20180613

A group of women have spoken out about their experience with exclusivity in a mosque in Johannesburg, after they were verbally abused for seeking a space to perform Salaah (prayer) during the month of Ramadan.

In a video that made rounds on social media, the women are called "morons" by an elderly man who was upset by their presence in a room adjacent to the men.

The Masjid Siratul Jannah Mosque in Johannesburg is one of various mosques that cater for women on their premises. However, their facilities were not fully functional, as it had been missing a speaker to allow women to hear the recital of the Qur’an on the night of the incident.
I'm sorry but :crylaugh::crylaugh::crylaugh:
 

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"We were confronted by, I think it was four men that time, who didn't want us to pray there. They thought that we had no permission to be there. Subsequent to that, one of the women got pushed, so there was some form of assault," she said.

According to Amra, after the scuffle, the men were encouraged to provide a room for the women to pray that also had no speakers.

"That Monday when we went again, we went to the same room we were in the last time, but the doors were locked so we went back to the courtyard."

She explained that it was there that they saw the empty room to move into.
Allah does not see you worthy to pray with men, get over it or gtfo woman! :crylaugh:
 

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Isn't husband supposed to be God in this cult? Why do they have to go to mosque if he comes home everyday? I am confused.
 

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"The debate regarding segregation within the Sharia laws is still something ongoing," said Mishka Daries, media and communications manager at the MJC.
There wouldn't be a debate if you'd never let them out of the kitchen in the first place :whistling:
 
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