Senator Cory Bernardi told The Australian newspaper today that it is unacceptable for schools and universities to enforce Islamic bans on boys and young men having to shake hands with girls and young women.
The senator said such handshake bans continued "the long march of creeping sharia through our institutions, such as academia, universities and even schools, warping our children’s minds to accept Dark Ages attitudes towards women."
"Self-styled women’s advocates remain silent on such misogyny because it is in Islam, not their preferred alternate religious targets"
Senator Bernardi has been a regular critic of the implementation of sharia law in Australia, saying there is only one legal system in Australia.
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