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Mahram Despotism vs. Saudi Women

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Submitted by Firozali A.Mulla (Tanzania), Jul 20, 2009 at 01:34

Mahram Despotism vs. Saudi Women

The words do not reflect the law of the country. We have the common law in English and the Constitution law. Apply that is pertinent. If I commit adultery, Islam says I have sinned and I have broken the law. And rightly too. I have usurped the land forbidden to me. I have trespassed into the woman that is not mine. The constituency law will take a lot of time etc is archived. Here if you see, that is enough.

The witnesses are the secondary question. Shhof Badein Qalam is the Arabic word. I think the woman is insane to write in Arabic and get the book translated as no translation has the meaning of the mind. We call this the meeting of thoughts. I would not read the Book leave aside talk of this. We have scanty knowledge and we talk in English get this ideas and blow our horn in the ears of those are sensible, ...

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