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You think muslims treat women like dogs?

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Submitted by kenneth shabazz (United States), Nov 27, 2013 at 12:36

So what is playboy or hustler magazine,pamphlets with motivational speeches for women,how bout the porn industry? Count the rapes in muslim countries compared to america,why so many feminist fighting for equal wages? How easy is it for a woman to kill unborn fetus in your male dominated country?? Your not qualified to speak on anyones treatment of women...

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