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Muslim imam on TV mocks rape victims, saying it's women's fault for showing themselves in public

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A debate about the sexual harassment of women in Sudan took place on Shabab Talk, an Arabic-language TV show on Deutsche Welle TV. Professor Muhammad Uthman Saleh, who is the head of the Sudanese Islamic Scholars' Association and who participated in the debate, said that the statistics that demonstrated that Sudan is a dangerous country for women were from sources "hostile to Sudan." Professor Saleh said that harassment "ensues" when young men are aroused by seeing uncovered women.
As you can see in the video below, brave women confronted him and demand that he stop giving excuses for rape on National TV.
According to this Muslim leader rape is the woman's fault and the real victim of the rape is the man who was seduced by a woman to rape and harass her.
This claim is backed by scriptures of Islam and used as a justification for punishing rape victims across the Middle East, Asia and Africa in countries such as Iran and Saudi Arabia.
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Muslim imam on TV mocks rape victims, saying it's women's fault for showing themselves in public Muslim imam on TV mocks rape victims, saying it's women's fault for showing themselves in public Reviewed by Voice on March 15, 2020 Rating: 5
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