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.
On December 14, 2018 Mazin AbdulAdhim posted on his Facebook page:
– A man “identifies” as a woman (now Fallon Fox), is allowed to compete in a female’s MMA match, and subsequently cracks his opponent’s skull (literally) during the match and wins.
– A man “identifies” as a woman (now Caitlyn Jenner), lives as a woman, and subsequently wins “woman of the year.”
– A man “identifies” as a woman (now Angela Ponce), is allowed to compete in the Miss Universe Spain 2018 pageant, and subsequently wins the pageant.
I’m starting to wonder if this is all just an elaborate scheme to prove to women that men are better than women at literally everything – including even *being* a woman 😂.
In a previous Facebook post on December 5, 2018 Mazin AbdulAdhim wrote:
Islam defines rights and responsibilities for both genders, which offers us an objective foundation upon which to define the strengths and weaknesses and both males and females. This protects mankind from the oppression of people’s whims and desires, and from the misguidance of the leadership of the foolish. The bottom line: Men and women are not the same. Men and women are different, and each gender is good at something that the other is not. This makes men better tasked at certain things, and women better tasked at others. There is nothing wrong with saying these things. These are facts, and we should not be afraid of stating them openly, regardless of how much the Western liberal man-hating feminist snowflakes hate it.
According to Wael Shihab, Imam of the mosque Masjid Toronto, affiliated with the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC):
Homosexuality is a sinful act in Islam… we should not associate with them and should not take them as friends… In Islam, changing one’s sex is not permissible if the person (male or female) has complete male or female sex organs… Given the above, it’s my advice for him to return back to his original sex and go through professional counseling and treatment to lead normal happy life.
Yusuf Badat, the main Imam and ‘Director of Religious Affairs’ at the Islamic Foundation of Toronto, wrote:
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 therapy… It is prohibited to have a sex reassignment surgery in Islam.