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Kerala Muslim cleric calls women going out after 9 at night “prostitutes”, says they should be killed

WebdeskJul 15, 2021, 01:35 PM IST

Kerala Muslim cleric calls women going out after 9 at night “prostitutes”, says they should be killed

In yet another incident that shows the growing influence of radical Islamic clerics in Kerala, ‘Islamic scholar’ Salih Bathery’s anti-women rant has become viral on social media. He was heard saying that the women going out at night, after 9 o'clock are prostitutes and they should be killed. Salih, who looks like a child is actually 27 years old.

 

In the controversial video, Salih justifies the brutal rapist Govindachamy who raped and killed a girl named Soumya. He criticised the court and judge who heard the Soumya case. Sahih says that in the court Govindachamy had said that he raped Soumya as she was travelling at night and according to him every girl travelling at night was a prostitute.

 

The viral video has sparked massive controversy in Kerala. The police is yet to take action against Salih Bathery for his anti-women rant.

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