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"Rules of Jihad" - a good Islamic reason why women must be killed during jihad. They cook food for their husbands who fight Allah.

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jul 25, 2007 at 15:30

Dear Chris, you write :

> As far as other atrocities, I can find examples of atrocities in ANY empire and in any nation for that matter.

The problem here is not atrocity but its motivation. The Mongolians were notorious for their atrocity in the old shamanist days. After they embraced buddhism their ways changed dramatically. The Christian Serbs (later Bosniks) and Albanians after embracing Islam became worst bloodthristy oppressors of their former brothers and good chaindogs and imitators of the Ottoman masters. Even the Chechens were originally Christians and shamanists but they lost their Christianity and polytheism and with sufism came back the birth of the bestiality. You should watch their zikr dances one day! In the Caucasus they are the most cruel and dreaded thugs and torturers.

> Because some people of a particular religion did some horrible things does not mean that they represented the true form of their religion.

"The true form of their religion"? Look at Muhammad's life and acts and you'll see it. Mountains of corpses and human sufferings ornate this Supermuslim's way to "paradise".

> For the most part in past wars, Muslims have completely ignored Islamic rules of Jihad.

The alleged "rules" say that women can't be killed UNLESS they help the enemy. Now during the Bosnian war it was noted that Serb women were killed by Moslems. Will you say it was against the rules of jihad? As a matter of fact, it wasn't. The imams told the Moslems the women prepared meals for their Serb husbands and thus supported and helped actively the enemies of Allah. So killing them was Islamically correct. If Islamically correct , then it had to be done. Similar Islamic "reasons" were found to defend the practice of killing the elderly and children. All was according to the Islamic rules of Jihad where even the way of decapitating the Serb POWs was strictly regulated by the Islamic "laws".

> I am not here to defend them and they are not my "friends" as you call them.

May I draw your attention to this ayat ?

5:51: "O ye who believe! take not the Jews and the Christians for your friends and protectors: They are but friends and protectors to each other. And he amongst you that turns to them (for friendship) is of them. Verily Allah guideth not a people unjust. "

Ask your Moslem "non-friends" about it . Ask simply : "Did Allah say that or didn't He according to your Islamic worldview? "

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