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Thats what you call respect???

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
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Submitted by Non-muslim,never will be!!! (United States), Dec 25, 2019 at 16:05

Most of the Muslims did not even red or study the Quran in full.
Most are not even sure of the meanings of teachings, not to mention believing in them.
Yet they dare to teach the others of what is good or bad!
Being a walking womb on legs, always ready to serve sexually, even against your own will,and a childbearing machine and a "free of charge" housekeeping maid, who only knows how to serve so-called pot-bellied, lazy ass poor excuse of a "man"??? Who got sold to him like a cattle and becomes his property, once the parents agreed on how much he had to pay in dowry???She is not even allowed to sit at the same dining table with the man!Respecting someone-does not means to treat a woman as his property, or put her in head to toe covers, even in the very hot weather, which makes her suffer, having her to carry heavy shopping bags behind him, not even offering to help(!!),while, him, walking in shorts and a t-shirt in front of her, so just he can show her "who is the boss"!!! Really???Is this you call respect??
No thank you!

I have much more than that!

Knowing up to 5 languages, reading the books that are of my interest, horseback riding, travelling, drawing, fencing, going to the shows and concerts, writing the books-to name a few, the sky is the limit!! I do not have to ask permission to do as I please for anything at all!!!

My husband often showers me with flowers, sometimes for no reason, "just because",to see me smile, he never forgets my birthday and our special dates,wakes up at 5am every single morning to do the dishes and to help me with kids-this is respect!!!
We are equal human beings!
We both work, make our own money, we spend it every which way we want-either together or for our personal needs.
We do everything together, we enjoy to surprise each other with small acts of kindness and surprises.
I love to cook something he likes, to surprise him!
I do not have to do that ,but I want to! That's respect!
I dress modestly but I never EVER had to have my husbands approval on anything I do, or ask for permission to dress the way I want.

Woman is a human being with her own wishes and dreams, desires and hopes!
She is independent and free, and if she is not happy, she can walk away from anything, at any given time and nothing stops her!!!

Can Muslim woman say the same???NO!!!
Because according to your religion, woman is "better than the dog, but worse than the donkey."

Movies can show you anything, but get real and open your eyes to see the real world, not the one the Pallywood wants you to know and fill your brain with!!!

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