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cruelty is not islamic

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Submitted by Sana (United States), Feb 24, 2006 at 01:04

cruelty to women is not islamic nor is it necessarily cultural. It's just like the United States. There are people that beat and kill their wives. Of course the U.S. hides this filthy truth from the rest of the world in order to show and keep its dominance over the world. Cruelty in other countries is not any worse than in the U.S. I actually think it's sometimes worse in the United States because of all the killings.
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