Dear Brothers and Sisters,
It is absolutely critical that a coordinated campaign is urgently required to putting a stop to the growing new trends of external ”interference” on Islamic Religious Practises by elements within the British State and Media, namely the Islamic religious practice of separating, or as propaganda-succinctly put ”segregation” (a deliberate use of negative-connotation), of Muslim men from women within the confines of religious environments, such as Mosques, or other designated praying or religious symbolic areas.
We, at Jerusalem Group, of course do not support any form of gender-biases and practices, but this is out of our, and should be out of everyone else, who are not practising Muslim-Believers, concerns. By interfering these external are infringing upon the constitutional-democratic rights for freedom to religious and cultural practices!
This is how the state and her mouthpieces, the so-called ”independent media”, start to create a negative campaigning program in interfering with issues that have no political or social relevance, but are rather limited to religious and cultural practices.
In short, Brother and Sisters (Ladies and Gents), it is absolutely important, and within absolute urgency that British Muslim groups and individuals start to counter this new trend in interfering with rather purely religious-cultural practices by external elements; give in to this and soon they will demand you stop doing ”zakat”, your prayers, or wearing hijabs and so forth.
For the recent target of the attacks, the Leicester university (see these two articles from The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph) should mobilize their female members and others, write a press-release and send it to these newspapers as well as Leicester Mercury showing support for your freedom to religious-cultural practices in the face of external attempts to undermine your freedom to practice your religious and cultural acts without interference (below we have provided web-links to the contact emails and phone numbers).
The contact list:
P.S. Make the Sisters write and sign the ”letter of petition” (press releases) to have religious-cultural practices with no relevance whatsoever on politics left alone, i.e. not to be infringed upon, by external parties with political agendas.