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Reader comment on item: Is Tariq Ramadan Lying [about Magdi Allam]?
in response to reader comment: reply to Mr.G.Vishvas article May 1 -2007

Submitted by Thiagan (India), Apr 5, 2008 at 00:44

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I told you Islam treats women as dirt. In Islam:

Islam treats women as dirt. It rejects gender equality.

For eg. Women. Koraan says:

>"men have a degree (of advantage) over them" 2:228 ;

>that the witness of woman is worth half of that of man 2:282;

>that women inherit half of their male siblings, 4:11-12;

>that a man can marry two or three or four women 4:3;

>that if a women becomes captive in a war, her Muslim master is allowed to rape her 33:50;

>that if a woman is not totally submissive to her husband she will enter Hell 66:10;

>that women are "tilth" for their husbands (to cultivate them) 2:223;

>that men are in charge of women, as if women were imbeciles or minors who could not take care of themselves; that they must be obedient to their husbands or be admonished (verbally abused), banished from the bed (psychologically abused) and beaten (physically abused) 4:34.

>that men can divorce the wife by uttering triple talaaq even through sms

Non muslim girls marrying muslims will be disaster. Please read the book "Not Without My Daughter" by Betty Mohammed or see the DVD; also read the book "In the name of honour" by Mukthar Mai and the book "In the Gangland of Rapes" by Samir Bilali. I suggest you come back to India to live with the relatives. Do you know that in Pakistan (1) 40% of the women patients admitted in the hospitals are victims of domestic violence;(2) 40% of the women prisoners are victims of rape and who could not produce the four eye witnesses and thus become accused of adultery and (3) in Islam it is customary for the father in law to rape the daughter in law and the daughter in law becomes the mother of her husband. Mohammed has done this. Come back to India, I repeat.

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