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Second university sounds alarm over segregation at Muslim student events
by John Bingham
A Second university in a matter of weeks has launched an investigation into claims that Muslim students are enforcing segregation between men and women at public events.
Leicester University voiced concern after photographs emerged showing hand-written signs directing male and female students to sit in separate sections at a public talk on the existence of God organised by the university's Islamic Society.
The meeting was addressed by Hamza Tzortzis, an Islamic speaker who tours university campuses, who was at the centre of controversy over segregation at University College London (UCL) last month.
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