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12-year-old boy living and studying at madrasa sedated, raped repeatedly by ulema: Delhi

A 12-year-old boy studying in a madrasa was repeatedly raped after being sedated by an ulema (Islamic scholar) at a madrasa in Sarai Rohilla area of North Delhi. The accused, Mohammed Isran (24), is absconding and teams have been deployed to arrest him, police said.

An FIR was lodged after the boy’s parents approached police on Wednesday. The parents said their son was raped on multiple occasions by the accused who would call the boy to his room and sedate him before sexually assaulting him. The boy has been studying at the madrasa since August 2021.

Sagar Singh Kalsi, DCP (North), said, “We lodged an FIR after the complainant alleged that the boy was sodomised multiple times. The accused is still at large. We will nab him soon”.

“The boy has been living at the madrasa for months and studies there. He told us that his teacher was raping him. He went home with his father who came to see him this week and shared his ordeal with them. They approached us and we lodged a case. The matter is being investigated,” said the officer.

The accused has been booked under sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012, criminal intimidation and unnatural offences.

In another recent incident, an 8-year-old girl was raped on Sunday by an Imam of a madrasa in Jharkhand’s Simdega region. The girl used to go to take Urdu tuitions along with other kids. She was first raped by mam Aminuddin Ansari two month ago but had kept quiet out of fear. On Sunday, the imam sent all the pupils except her home and again raped her.

He threatened the girl by telling her that a ‘jinn had possessed him, which he has kept in a bottle to kill her parents’. But this time the teary-eyed girl went back home and told everything to her parents. The local Muslim jamaat (body, assembly) tried to settle the matter internally but the parents decided to lodge an FIR and Ansari was arrested.

A report by IndiaTimes.com lists some other shocking cases of sexual abuse of minor children by madrasa teachers, ulema and ustads that have taken place this year.

In February 2022, a madrasa teacher in Kerala’s Pathanamthitta was arrested for sexually assaulting and verbally abusing girl students – who were aged 11 or under.

In June 2022, a case was registered against the 50-year-old maulana of a madrasa in Agra district for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl at the institution. At least 30 girls stayed in the madrasa – where the accused lived with his three wives and children. The maulana’s son, daughter and his grandfather used to threaten the girl for her life to force her silence.

In August 2022, an 11-year boy was allegedly sexually assaulted inside a madrasa by a cleric in north-east Delhi’s Shiv Vihar. The cleric also threatened the victim of sexual assault with dire consequences in case he disclosed the incident to anyone.

HinduPost has been especially tracking the scores of such cases that are regularly reported from Kerala, especially the district of Malappuram.

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  1. This is part and parcel of madrassa “education”. I am not joking: a few ex-Muslim maulvis have said that since maulvis are mostly posted away from their families, there is an understanding that they will meet their sexual “needs” from the students. You can listen to ex-Muslim channels like Sahil for such testimonies from maulvis themselves. This entire system is nefarious and predatory.

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