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Submitted by Ifrahim (Canada), Jan 1, 2009 at 15:00

Very Interesting. Can I ask Muslimah and other supporter of his views that why Islamic countries do not allow freedom of worship to Jews & Christians in their countries for example Saudi Arabia. I think People like you need to understand the real meanings of freedom, love, respect for other religeons and rights of human family to live in peace. Now the world is getting united in responding Islamic gymics. I think honeymoon for the followers of Islam in the non-islamic countries is over.

Muslims will get the honest respond to every effort they will make to fool others. If muslims want to practice islam should move to an islamic country as there are more than enough islamic countries who will be happy to accomodate these fundamentalist islamists in general and people like shabina in particular. Go back and enjoy the freedom in your own countries as you don't have to fight for wearing jelbab or hijab on the expense of our tax money. For your information hijab like dress is a cultural dress already existed before Muhammad ordered his wives to use it as a protection against visiting handsome arabs as he was a public figure at last. Muhammad was very good in adopting pre islamic things suited him like kabah. Don't make it a big deal but visit your islamic history.

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Title Commenter Date Thread
The West's denial of the superioirity of Islamic core values [64 words]Ahmad LawalJun 11, 2008 13:55131787
Islam only asks for freedom... [124 words]Muslimah--Jan 15, 2007 13:2672966
1Reply to Muslimah - "Islam only asks for freedom" [135 words]Rochelle MichaelsFeb 21, 2008 13:4672966
Reply to Islam only asks for freedom [223 words]IfrahimJan 1, 2009 15:0072966
THEY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO WEAR JIBABS IF THEY FEEL THE NEED 2 [104 words]SULYOct 9, 2006 15:4059403
1Clothes protecting women? Oh come on.... [280 words]DarkgoldAug 13, 2007 19:4459403
Jilbab rocks my world! [342 words]Stacey ZegersApr 6, 2006 18:1942578
1Luton?- more like Karachi [147 words]Mike RandallApr 3, 2006 16:2942250
I agree [24 words]Roy WalshJun 12, 2009 07:5142250
1Islamo 'fashionism' - Jilbab as Jihad [53 words]Ben van de PolderMar 9, 2006 00:5539473
1jilbab [96 words]MaryMar 28, 2006 10:5339473
twisted double standards. [35 words]saqApr 1, 2006 16:2339473
Pressure?! [155 words]SumeyyaApr 2, 2006 05:1739473
Extend your mercy [487 words]azizeh binti ibrahimDec 16, 2005 05:1930058
مهم جدا [57 words]علي ابن عبد اللDec 8, 2005 17:1329671

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