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in response to reader comment: You are short sighted..rape called Zana in Quran is strictly banned

Submitted by susan (Italy), Sep 16, 2007 at 08:33

"You keep on insisting on wrong facts...your source of information seems very weak and unauthentic..."

too bad it's happening every day, it's so weak and unauthentic that there are thousands of stories about it around.

"We call rape as "Zana bil jabr" which is strictly prohibited and deserve severe punishment like stoning to death..."

there has never been a single stoning of a man in pakistan, that either means that there was no rape. This is the proof that you are full of it. By the way, don't think for a second that I pity your female family members for being raped. They play a big part in breeding islamic children, therefore they are the source of their own misery and shouldn't be pitied.

"How can Islam permit it and the Prophet who was sent to demonstrate actual Islam can do a crime like this (naozobillah) ???"

your prophet had slaves for sex, he even had a jewish slave called maryia that remained his sexual slave because she refused to convert to the cult of women degradation.

islam permits all sorts of debauchery, your ayatollah komeini thinks infants are tools for sexual pleasure and pederasty with children is well spread in muslim countries.

So islam pretty much allows all kinds of crimes, that's why many males are attracted to it.


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