“Get out of your house with a pause”.. Mabrouk Attia's statements raise controversy

“Get out of your house with a pause”.. Mabrouk Attia's statements raise controversy

In a shocking statement to the Egyptian society, which was shaken

by the death of the Mansoura student , Dr. Mabrouk Attia, Professor of Sharia at Al-Azhar University, commented on the incident, saying: “If your life is expensive, get out of your house with a pause.”

And he added in a video clip on his personal page on the social networking site “Facebook”: “The woman and the girl wear veils in order to live, and wear loose clothing so as to be deceived. Neither pants nor hair on the cheeks, because then he will see you, who will run and kill you.”

These statements sparked widespread anger in Egypt, which prompted the National Council for Women to submit an official communication to the Attorney General, today, Wednesday, Against the preacher Dr. Mabrouk Attia.

Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, considered that what was said by the preacher is contempt for women and incitement to violence and murder against her, which is a crime punishable by law, stressing that He does not tolerate what has been published.

Morsi expressed her deep sadness over the death of student Naira Ashraf , wondering: For what reason did this girl die? She prays to God to bless her with his mercy, denouncing the video that was published by Dr. Mabrouk Attia, stressing that such words are not issued by a cleric. The National Council for Women addressed her speech to Mabrouk Attia: “Remember your standing before God, raise your hands from us, we will dispute with you before God in the hereafter, and we will submit a report to the Public Prosecutor against you in this world.”

She added: “We want to stop hate speech.” Hostility and terrorism, the blood of this girl and others is in the neck of everyone who came out against us in the media and drama with irresponsible acts that incite such crimes.” And ladies, no appearance or dress justifies a crime, we have a law that protects us and a justice system that protects us, and we will demand that the law be enforced.