Australia: Muslim Grand Mufti says gay teachers ‘suffer from a mental illness’ and ‘contradict nature’


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“Muslim Grand Mufti attacks gay teachers saying they ‘suffer from a mental illness’ and ‘contradict nature,'” by Stephen Johnson, Daily Mail Australia, October 16, 2018:

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Australia’s most senior Muslim cleric has claimed gay teachers ‘contradict nature’ and suffer from ‘mental illness’.

Sheikh Taj El-Din Hilaly made the claims as he weighed into the debate about whether religious schools should have the right to exclude homosexual teachers because they did not reflect school values.

Sheikh Hilaly backed moves to support such religious freedom and said same-sex-attracted teachers should ‘not impose their lifestyle on the rest of society’.

The controversial Sunni Muslim leader, who in 2006 described immodestly dressed women as ‘uncovered meat’, told The Australian through a translator schools should not be ‘a club for those seeking to satisfy their desires’.

‘We are a free democratic society that believes in diversity and human rights and we reject constrictions on the rights of others even if they are afflicted with abnormal practices that contradict nature,’ he said.

‘In such cases, we must respect their humanity and deal with the issue as a mental illness that requires care and treatment.’

Sheikh Hilaly made his remarks in Arabic after Prime Minister Scott Morrison, a Pentecostal Christian, and Labor leader Bill Shorten, a Jesuit Catholic, both said they would like to remove anti-discrimination exemptions for religious schools.

Mr Morrison has indicated he wants to remove loopholes that allow faith-based schools to expel openly-gay students while Mr Shorten has gone further and announced he wanted to also ban such discrimination against gay teachers.

The government has yet to release in full the religious freedom review by former federal attorney-general Philip Ruddock which reportedly recommended removing the right of faith-based schools to expel gay students….

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