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The Qur'an says that men should beat their wives

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in response to reader comment: اضربوهم doesn't mean beat them ... You need to get more educated !!!!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 10, 2012 at 07:30

Our dear Rana aka Hava aka Ashley you think that i should tell the wahhabis that you are "posting" from Wahhabi land and having a little chat with an infidel ? what do you think would happen to you darling?

اضربوهن means punish them by not talking to them.

No it means BEAT THEM (women) how come you did not know that? even al-Tabari agrees with me you are ignorant darling and so is Hava

This word is coming from the noun إضراب means stike (sic) or stoppage .

No there is no word called stike! Oh idraab? So what?

GOD the great knows better

And who is al-Ilah al-kabeer here darling? as Allah ain't Kabeer he is akbar and not kabeer right darling?

As we are in no place to question GOD's holly (sic) words

Then Muslims should beat their wives thank you our dear Rana the wannabe Arab

Oh I urge you to leave islam and do you think that i should the wahhabis that you have left islam? what do you think would happen to you? Let me guess cancel your visa and deport you?

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