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Canadian Muslim scholar says gender identity is a cover-up for mental illnesses

Mazin AbdulAdhim is a prominent Canadian Muslim scholar and Imam of Iraqi descent who is affiliated with the pro-Caliphate Islamic global movement of Hizb ut-Tahrir and lives in London, Ontario.

On April 6, 2018 AbdulAdhim commented as follows on the definition of Clovergender and Kindergender:

There you have it. With all this utterly asinine “gender identity” gibberish that is overtaking the discourse of social norms in the West, now “kindergender” is becoming a real thing.

“Clovergender and Kindergender: A clovergender person is a child trapped in the body of an adult. They do not reach adulthood, it is their gender to remain a child. Their ability to cope with the adult world is often lacking.

Meanwhile, a kindergender person is an adult trapped in the body of a child. They are often considered mature for their age, when in reality they are actual adults.

Trans-age is an umbrella term describing the entire spectrum of age dysphoria.” So, a “kindergender” is basically: A grown adult who identifies as a child trapped in an adult body and is attracted to people of their “real” age (aka other children).

And due to all these Oprah-induced “safe spaces” that prevent anyone from identifying people’s mental illnesses as mental illnesses, all these sick people are presented as mentally healthy and everyone is forced to accept them as normal.

More evidence that are are living in a real-life Idiocracy.

In the online discussion over this post, a Facebook user by the name of “Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed” asked Mazin AbdulAdhim the following :

Would you advice Muslims living in the West, especially those with children, to immigrate to Muslim-majority countries? The latter have their well known problems, but are better considering the secular liberal filth that’s becoming more prevalent in the West.

Mazin AbdulAdhim replied as follows:

Starting to feel like we are getting to that point. I homeschool my children, so that is a bit if a barrier, alhamdulillah, but it’s really getting insane – literally.

In response to a question whether it is permissible to change gender, Yusuf Badat, the main Imam at the Islamic Foundation of Toronto and a senior member of the Canadian Council of Imams, wrote the following (August 9, 2017):

People who identify as transgender or transsexual are usually people who are born with typical male or female anatomies but feel as though they have been born into the ‘wrong body’. These individuals can gain mental treatment and guidance through counseling and therapyIt is prohibited to have a sex reassignment surgery in Islam.

See also LGBTQ – The Islamic Perspective – Canada – ACD by Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld (click HERE)

 

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