by Aisha Amed
Muslim community in Buffalo N.Y and Virginia is outraged on 40 year old married Haji Hafiz Mohammed Memon, author of Islamic books and principal of a well known Islamic boarding school.
He had tricked two of his young and pretty burqa wearing hijabbed girl students into fake marriage and having sex with them.. .
It all started when he was reading about Prophet’s affair with his daughter in law Zainab.. Prophet was turned on by his lovely daughter in law whom he badly wanted to screw. Prophet managed to trick her into his bed with a fake marriage by saying that Allah had married her to him in heaven and had sent this message via Gibraeel as an aya of quran.(33.37).. . It worked like a charm; Zainab was in Mo’s bed in no time since his son Zaid and all others in Madina fell for the scam.. All of a sudden Haji Saheb of Buffalo, N.Y. had a great idea to seduce his naïve female students by a similar scam.He knew that they trusted him totally like Zainab , Zaid and all muslims trusted prophet. Why wouldn’t they, Haji Saheb was a very pious Islamic scholar, a hafiz of Quran and and Imam of the school mosque, school’s principal and writer of Islamic books . His scam worked like a charm like Prophet’s. He managed to sleep with atleast two of his young and pretty students (for two years with one of them) . Here is the news story.
Principal of Islamic school in Buffalo ousted over sex allegations
He may have taken student as second wife
By Mark Sommer NEWS STAFF REPORTER
Updated: 08/27/08 2:57 PM
Mohammed Ibrahim Memon
The principal of an Islamic boarding school on Buffalo’s East Side has been forced to resign after allegations that he was sexually involved with one of his students and that he claimed to have taken her as a second wife.
Evidence suggests Mohammed Ibrahim Memon 40, a father of seven, persuaded a very religious hijabbed student Sajidah Khan, then 21, to sleep with him after lieing to her that a marriage ceremony with her was already performed in her absence
Dr. Khalid J. Qazi, president of the local chapter of the Muslim Public Affairs Council, expressed disappointment over Memon’s â€œinappropriate and intimate relationship.â€
“Parents have trusted their daughters with Imam Ibrahim, and he has broken that trust and by having sex with them,” Qazi said.
Mixed views expressed
“We were betrayed,” said Chaudhary A. Khan of Woodbridge, Va., Sajidah’s father, who has sent four children to Madania.
At issue is Memon’s relationship with Sajidah Khan, now 23.
Khan says Memon proposed to her at school in August 2006, and proclaimed within days he had married her himself, under Islamic law and then consummated the marriage. He also told her to keep their marriage secret.
Memon admitted “intimate, clandestine sexual relations” with Sajida Khan from August 2006 to July 2008.
Darul-Uloom Al-Madania consists of a complex of brick buildings, along with Masjid Zakariya, a former church cathedral.
Because interaction between the sexes is forbidden under Islam until marriage, girls and boys are not allowed to be in the same classroom or have outside contact.
When girls are taught by male teachers, they must listen in another room.
Khan attended the girls secondary school through 10th grade. She continued her studies with a five-year program leading to a certificate of Islamic scholarship in 2006.
It was in her last year of study, Khan said, that Memon sought her out. Khan says he arranged a secret meeting on Aug. 30, 2006, in the locked basement of a heating room.
Khan said the imam flirted with her, and she had to repel him when he tried to have physical contact. That day marked the first time he talked of marriage, she said.
Until that day, Khan said, she could count the social contacts she had had with males on one hand.
“In our culture, we don’t even let girls sit with their male cousins, and this guy is a teacher. Why is this man, who has said we are not even allowed to chat with a boy, doing this?” she said.
“At the same time, I’m thinking, ‘He is a teacher, he is very famous, maybe he knows something I don’t know.'”
Memon persisted with marriage requests. Khan says after she agreed, Memon told her he had finalized their marriage the next day, Sept. 8, in her absence.
Memon insisted she tell no one, including her parents, Khan said. Their sexual relationship started that day.
She returned home to live with her parents in a Virginia suburb, but schemed with Memon for meetings near her home and in Buffalo and had sex.
Khan said Memon was always concerned about covering his tracks so their relationship wouldn’t be detected., although Memon’s wife, Mariam, approved.
She was surprised to hear the educator make dismissive comments about the girls who studied at Madania, and “often said women were [on Earth] only to satisfy men.”
Chaudhary Khan, Sajidah’s father, said Memon eventually admitted marrying his daughter, but wouldn’t send a marriage contract to confirm it..
“Within the Islamic community, the family has such a high status that everyone is worried about compromising one’s honor and dignity. People are also afraid to give Islam a bad name, especially in the current climate.”
A former Madania girl student, who wished to remain anonymous, also told The News she had a intimate relationship with Memon several years ago as a student. Days after accepting his marriage proposal, she said, Memon told her he married them both in front of two witnesses she came to believe never existed. Memon then started sleeping with the very religious and hijabbed girl.
Also, like Khan, the former student said Memon told her not to tell anyone. But she did, and soon her father removed her from the school. The woman no longer believes she was married to Memon, and is bitter toward the school and its teachings.
“When I talked to [the former student], we realized it was almost the same story for both of us,” Khan said.
“If you take the Islamic perspective out of it , then you would see nothing really wrong with our relationship,” Memon said.