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Islam does treat women as a commodity

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Submitted by Ox (Australia), Jan 26, 2010 at 23:19

In response to zafar's comment: "but see how west have presented women as a symbol of commerical comodity, islam is against such shameless freedem and nudity." Incorrect - Islam DOES treat women as property; it demands they cover themselves, it demands submission to men, it blames women for getting raped, it excuses men and it sanctions 'honour' killings of women by their own fathers or brothers. You are right about one thing - islam is against FREEDOM.

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