The imam of the Masjid Bilal Ibn Rabah mosque in Syracuse, N.Y., said in a Friday sermon earlier this month is that the greatest danger to society is the freedoms daughters are given.

In the sermon, delivered at the mosque on Oct. 2, Imam Khadar Bin Muhammad said that it was the job of men to “straighten out” the behavior of the women in their families.

He said that according to Islam, it is impermissible for a Muslim woman to live alone, that women should not work, and that fathers should regularly “check in” on their daughters at school to make sure that they are practicing Islam properly.

Warning about the dangers of social media and technology, he further said that fathers should always have control over the affairs of their daughters.

“[Women are] never free from the men of [their] family. … There’s no freedom like that,” he said.

Infidel men, whom he compared to predatory wolves, cannot resist an opportunity to “filthy” Muslim women, he added.

The sermon was uploaded to the Warrior Scholar Institute YouTube channel. On Oct. 9, Bin Muhammad announced on his Facebook page that he has relocated to Bursa, Turkey.

Support Jewish Journalism
with 2020 Vision

One of the most intriguing stories of the sudden Coronavirus crisis is the role of the internet. With individuals forced into home quarantine, most are turning further online for information, education and social interaction.

JNS's influence and readership are growing exponentially, and our positioning sets us apart. Most Jewish media are advocating increasingly biased progressive political and social agendas. JNS is providing more and more readers with a welcome alternative and an ideological home.

During this crisis, JNS continues working overtime. We are being relied upon to tell the story of this crisis as it affects Israel and the global Jewish community, and explain the extraordinary political developments taking place in parallel.

Our ability to thrive in 2020 and beyond depends on the generosity of committed readers and supporters. Monthly donations in particular go a long way in helping us sustain our operations. We greatly appreciate any contributions you can make during these challenging times. We thank you for your ongoing support and wish you blessings for good health and peace of mind.