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Gender bias in Islamist group conference in Thrissur Govt Medical College

An Islamist group organized a conference at the Thrissur Government Medical College where male and female students sat apart with a curtain between them. Interestingly, the theme of the Taliban-style meeting was gender politics. Controversial Islamist Abdulla Basil organized it under the banner of the radical outfit Wisdom.

The program was hypocritically named, ‘The lives and ideals behind gender politics.’ Female medical students attended and listened to classes on gender politics and discrimination. Basil has a history of meddling in things beyond his control, and many Muslims consider him a clown. His words clearly show that he is no ordinary humorist.   

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But it became a topic of discussion on social media after radical Islamists released pictures of the event. The organizers tied a curtain between boys and girls in the event, which Muslim girls mostly attended. They used the curtain so they could not see each other.

The state spends crores and charges students of Thrissur medical college around Rs.50,000/- as yearly fees. Should we be paying for such radical elements? 

Kerala has a history of sending radicalized doctors to serve the Taliban, but they ended up as mere suicide bombers while the women are enslaved. Initial comments on social media said that these medical students were a disgrace to India. There are also sarcastic inquiries like, “Are you that sophisticated?” Some aspiring doctors are ashamed that such a community exists.

Thrissur medical faculty union distanced itself from the event. They said that such Islamist organizations are not affiliated with the college. The gathering was held off-campus, at a mosque or other Islamic worship site. Both the faculty and the other students play no part in such activities. They said, “We do not accept or support such behavior.”

It is well known that such meetings are breeding grounds for the radical Islamist conversion mafia. Several educated young Hindu and Christian ladies have been sucked into radical Islam by good Muslim ‘friends.’  

Organizers made it clear that the Muslim religion and liberal ideologies hold opposing viewpoints on the subject of male and female segregation. If this is not hijab jihad, then what is? How soon before Hindu ladies feel unsafe when not in a hijab in Kerala?

Religion and rituals are all personal freedom, and no one interferes with them. That is not the case when future doctors go back hundreds of centuries to a primitive version of religion. Students should shed such narrow-mindedness and must self-evaluate and introspect. 

In September of last year, Taliban rulers used classroom partitions or curtains to segregate male students from female ones. The civilized world criticized the terrorist outfit for being gender-biased. Atrocities on women and children continue there. 

August 2021 intelligence reports suggested that 3200 ISIS sleeper cells existed in Kerala, and each cell had ten members, 40% of which are women. Earlier this year, drug-addicted house surgeon Dr. Aqil Mohammad Hussain of Thrissur Medical College was arrested for consuming & selling banned drugs.

In May this year, MT Abdulla Musliyar, a Samastha leader from Kerala, publicly abused and drove away a 15-year-old girl student from the stage.

In September 2020, Dr. Ramla Beevi (wearing a hijab), the Kerala State Director of Medical Education, banned Raksha Bandhan from all medical, dental, and nursing colleges throughout Kerala. Why are radical Islamists spared from such bans?

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