Sadr: Iraqis don’t want segregation at universities

The Iraqi religious leader Muqtada al-Sadr has said that it is better to educate university students with “religion and good morals,” instead of segregating the sexes, Al Sumaria News TV reported on Wednesday. The Shiite leader who is the head of the Sadr political bloc, has rejected calls made by conservatives leaders demanding the segregation […]

Dina al-Shibeeb reports for Al Arabiya:

The Iraqi religious leader Muqtada al-Sadr has said that it is better to educate university students with “religion and good morals,” instead of segregating the sexes, Al Sumaria News TV reported on Wednesday.

The Shiite leader who is the head of the Sadr political bloc, has rejected calls made by conservatives leaders demanding the segregation of sexes, saying it is “not so welcome” for society.