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Brick wall!

Reader comment on item: Stop the NYC Madrassa
in response to reader comment: sure i am talking about social justice

Submitted by Nick4693 (Japan), Aug 27, 2007 at 05:49

Thanks, MA, for confirming what I've always said about the mindset of you Muslims, You see evil everywhere, even in the most innocuous settings.

Your prophet, Mohammed, didn't like competition where women were concerned, so he made up a rule book for you to follow. In other words, "Don't do as I do, do as I say!"

He couldn't keep his hands off women, no matter that one was his daughter-in-law, and another was a nine-year-old girl, Aisha.

Your male chauvinistic hang-ups are apparent, especially when you see nothing wrong in perpetrating social injustices against women. Obviously, you have no respect for the opposite sex and simply see them as baby-making machines.

Muslim males exhibit, by both their words and deeds, sexual frustration, because of the tight restrictions imposed upon them by Islamic rules of behavior. We see young Muslim males walking hand in hand, no doubt starved for a little affection, reflecting latent homosexual behavior, for which Islamic countries are notorious.

Your mind is like a brick wall, MA, so I see little point in continuing to try and understand you....


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