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24K Sign Petition for ABC to Fire Muslim Presenter for Claiming “Islam is the Most Feminist Religion”

24K Sign Petition for ABC to Fire Muslim Presenter for Claiming “Islam is the Most Feminist Religion”

Daily Mail -- 

Yassmin Abdel-Magied turned to a hardline Islamist group for advice days after she clashed with Jacqui Lambie over Sharia Law, as it is revealed the ABC will not fire the Muslim youth activist.

The 25-year-old Sudanese-born writer and founder of Youth Without Borders sparked controversy last week when she told ABC's Q&A program she observed Islam as 'the most feminist religion'.

Just three days after the heated television debate, Ms Abdel-Magied asked Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Wassim Doureihi on social media how she could have better presented her opinion.

Support for a petition calling for her to be sacked from the ABC as a presenter, over her remarks about Sharia, has also almost doubled during the past 19 hours, from 10,635 signatures late on Sunday night to 20,068 late on Monday afternoon.

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