The Age, by Education Reporter, Henrietta Cook
Girls at Al-Taqwa College have been banned from running at sporting events because the principal believes it may cause them to lose their virginity, former teachers claim.
The schools regulator, the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority, is investigating the allegations, which have been referred to the state and federal education ministers….
In a letter sent to the education ministers this week, a former teacher said female students were being discriminated against at the Truganina school.
‘The principal holds beliefs that if females run excessively, they may ‘lose their virginity’,’ the letter said.
‘The principal believes that there is scientific evidence to indicate that if girls injure themselves, such as break their leg while playing soccer, it could render them infertile….’
As mentioned in the article, the principal, Omar Hallak banned the students on the female primary school cross-country team from participating in the 2013 and 2014 “district” sporting events.
The problem is not the female students but those who oppress the rights of women under Shariah law. H/t The Muslim Issue