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Women at fault? Not new from the Islamic perspective

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Submitted by A very concerned reader, Jan 23, 2021 at 17:00

Thank you for your reply, Fatou.

However, yes, these Muslim brothers of yours are guilty of abusing kind-hearted women because so they planned from the get go, which is very different from having a relationship which turns unsuccessful in the end when both parties started it with a good will. But this is like rapes according to Sharia Law which states that rapes must be proved by 4 Muslim MEN witnesses, thus the raped women are accused of fornication (zina) and adultery. Killed in many cases. Yes. We do understand this culture/religion.

So, yes, many Western women have redirected their lives and ditched these half-of-men and many also have proudly left Islam after being coerced into it. These men missed Jannah...

It is good that you support the advice stated in Dr Daniel Pipes's article "Advice to Non-Muslim women against marrying Muslim men". However, if you can't be empathetic with these women, your presence in this forum is doubtful.

Thanks.

Peace be with you, Fatou.

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