“The girls don’t know what should be happening in their intimate lives,” she explains.
“The men tell them to do X or Y, and they don’t know any better.” Jenny understands that her seminar is unusual, but her primary concern is that the young women receive this education, and criticism is kept at bay. “But these girls need to know their rights in the bedroom.” In the USA, controversial Muslim activist Asra Nomani has written an “Islamic Bill of Rights for Women in the Bedroom.” to ‘uphold women’s right to pleasure”.
For this reason, she asks I don’t quote her real name: “I’m sticking my neck out here.” It’s not a sex instruction class that she’ll be hosting. Nomani says she received negative feedback about the bill.
“I decided to go in and do something by myself,” Mr Nosrati said, describing how he launched himself at Faruq in an attempt to grab the phone.
“He punched me in the face but eventually I got him in a headlock and down on the floor.
Alarmed, he followed behind the trio and called the police as they targeted another man, punching him in the face and filming the attack on a phone.
Mr Nosrati called the police at 3.30am and narrated the unfolding rampage while following from a distance.
“I wanted to defend him so I went up and asked ‘why are you doing this?
’” the 35-year-old told “Then they asked if I was a Muslim.
A takeaway owner has told how he feared for his life when he chased down a gang of men rampaging through Liverpool and attacking anyone who said they were Christian.
Edris Nosrati was on his way home from a night out with friends when he saw the trio attacking a white man walking with his girlfriend.
After watching helpless as they targeted about six people, the police arrived but one of the attackers who had been filming the assaults on his phone attempted to evade officers.