Apr 102015
 
 April 10, 2015  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online, Youth & Schools

You may not be familiar with the religious terms, but you’ll understand the issue.

Shafiqah Othman writes:

It was early in the morning and I had already received some appalling news from a good friend of mine. The administrators of her university had hauled her in to say they had monitored her Twitter and Facebook accounts, and reprimanded her on her “lack of aqeedah.”

Her mistake? Questioning the abusive and discriminating behaviour of some Muslims. So to rehabilitate her, they made her recite the SyahaddahAl Fatihah and Ayat Kursi in their office.

Not only was this a complete invasion of personal privacy, but once again we see higher-ups take it upon themselves to do God’s job. I am not sure how many times this has happened in that university, but hearing about it sure made me raise my eyebrows.

Read more on The Malay Mail.

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