A MUSLIM cleric who allegedly said displeased husbands should hit their wives “with a small stick” has been allowed to tour British universities unchallenged.
At a University of Sheffield event he told more than 100 students to share his controversial videos on Facebook, according to the Daily Mail.
One young woman even travelled all the way from London just to see him in the flesh.
Mr Soliman has denied he supports domestic violence, but in one of his 30-part video series he allegedly says: ”After passing through two stages of non-physical interaction, the next stage must involve something physical, in order to escalate the intensity of the warning.
The true implication of the spanking is to sound an alarm that the husband has passed to a new stage of serious displeasure.”
Meanwhile, the organisation CAGE – which called sick ISIS murderer Jihadi Jon a “beautiful young man”- has spoken at 13 events at universities since September.
It has even allegedly called on students to sabotage government counter-terrorism strategy Prevent.
As many as 19 universities now face an inquiry over failing to “ensure those espousing extremist views do not go unchallenged” as outlined by the scheme.
Home Secretary Theresa May – who pioneered Prevent – said the revelations show universities need to do more to stop ‘damaging, extremist rhetoric’ going unchallenged on campuses.
Jihadi John, real name Mohammed Emwazi, is believed to have been radicalised at Westminster University.