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Don’t Jump Into Conclusion Over Video Of Madrasa Students Getting Flogged – MURIC



The Director and Founder of the Muslim Rights Concern, Professor Ishaq Akintola has come out to beg Nigerians not to jump to conclusions over the viral video of some madrasa students being brutally flogged in Kwara State.

MURIC recently revealed that via a statement released on its website, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to the statement, he can only urge the public to allow the state government to investigate the matter before concluding.

Ishaq added that it is funny how people condemning the act allow their children to participate in BBNaija’s shameful s*x in public.

His words, “While we regard the punishment meted out to the students as too harsh, we maintain that the action of the school authorities should not be judged in isolation. The fact that the parents requested the school to discipline their children must not be ignored.”

“MURIC is also in possession of another video in which the students confessed that they engaged in shameful and unIslamic actions, namely; visiting a club, drinking alcohol, bathing themselves with alcohol, etc. These are horrible acts in which ordinary Muslims must not be involved.”

“Arabic schools are the repository of morality and the vault of uprightness. They are the conscience of the Ummah. The offence committed by those students becomes more unacceptable when the actors are students of an Arabic school who are expected to be the epitome of morality and religiosity.”

“The abyss of moral decadence into which the Nigerian society has fallen is responsible for most of the woes facing us in this country today. Nigerians now indulge their children. Family values and norms have been thrown to the winds. Parents allow their children to dictate to them. Instead of parents condemning waywardness in their children and punishing them for it, they now condone and collaborate.”

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