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"Submission" (to ISLAM)

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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Jun 11, 2007 at 11:13

The inferred objective of the "Submission" is to "Islam", the reality of "Submission" is quite different. The totality of "Submission" within the Arabic context is dependent on application. For women , the "Submission" is to any male in the tribe, any self appointed leader, and any so called religious Imam, Mullah,Ayatolla.

For Non Muslims, Christians, Jews, "Submission" means enslavement by Muslims . "Submission" is a political, not a religious, demand. Muhammed devised a political system and disguised it as a religion, quite clever. Muslims can have their cake and eat it too. "Submit or die". Whats changed.?

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