RJ forced to apologize for appreciating Muslim girls who performed flash mob in Kerala
Radio Jockey was forced to apologise for appreciating Muslim girls who performed flash mob in Kerala. RJ Sooraj, who appreciated Muslim girls who had danced to the song Jimikki Kammal in a flash mob in Malappuram, received death threats following the outrage from Muslim religious fundamentalists, and was forced to apologise. RJ Sooraj, who hosts the primetime evening show called Doha Junction on Radio Malayalam 98.6FM in Doha, Qatar, posted a video on December 2 to support the girls who performed the flash mob at Malappuram as a part of the district administration’s campaign against AIDS. Sooraj’s first Facebook post on the issue irked the fundamentalists as he questioned the patriarchal thinking suppressing the freedom of women. In the video, Sooraj said he was being threatened for raising his voice for women’s rights.
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