It's one university voluntarily trialling a scheme where senior academics get given an advisor to help overcome unconscious biases they might have, using money from a central pot at the EPSRC earmarked for improving diversity. It's hardly the gulag! I work with a bunch of Muslims (Iraqis, Pakistanis, Indonesians and Turks). None of the women, or the men's wives wear burkhas, most will wear a headscarf of some sort most of the time, although it's generally more of a fashion thing for them than anything else. None of them have ever expressed a wish to imprison, behead or defenestrate me, or molest a child, although I'm pretty sure Mohammed did try and murder me with a particularly hot chickpea curry once. I think the problem is more with particularly crappy parts of the world, like the tribal areas of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, bits of Iran and North Africa, which have patriarchal, tribalistic views intertwined with being Muslim, rather than Islam automatically making people into utter shits. Certain areas of India have very similar problems with Hindus and Sikhs, for example. I've never met a feminist who hates men. I have the suspicion that such feminists are just a noisy, idiotic minority. Most just want equal opportunities.