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Radical group Hizb ut-Tahrir segregates males and females at UWS Muslim group meeting
by Ian Walker
Women were segregated and asked to sit at the back of a lecture by the radical group Hizb ut-Tahrir at a Muslim students group at the University of Western Sydney last night.
At the event in Parramatta, men and women were asked to sit apart. The Daily Telegraph attended the talk — and this reporter sat with the women before being politely told "brothers to the front" and "sisters" to the back.
The women were ushered through a door marked "sisters" at the rear of the hall, while the "brothers" entered through another door and were told to take their place in "the front five rows".
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