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women in god's favourite costume: burqah

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Submitted by navin (Malaysia), Sep 21, 2007 at 07:01

i have always wondered why muslim men and women can't co-exist. why can't they hang around together without hijab , burqah or purdah, then i thought maybe because the muslim men can't control their urge and surely i'm spot on. can't they think that if god wanted to segregate women and men, he might as well put all the women in different continent, and all the men in another continent. let's say africa. and when they get married they should be dumped in another continent , maybe australia. in this way the women don;t need to cover their whole body.

i really pity the muslim women coz even though they have been bundled into those clothes, they still think they are pious. they don't undertstand that god doesn't give a damn what you r wearing as long as you live like a human being. muslim women are now fighting to prove that it is indeed all women religious obligation to cover up. i don't understand their psychology. i can only pity them.

in the country i come from they re covered and they think they re smart, but in reality the temperature is bloody hot. i don't know what their god will say about their hygiene status. when a woman get raped they blame the women for not covering enough. they never blame them men. I AM A MAN AND I IKNOW THAT MEN ARE BASTARDS AND THEY NEED TO BE PUNISHED , BUT THEIR WOMEN ARE STARTING TO THINK LIKE THEM TOO. THEIR WOMEN TOO WILL BLAME THE VICTIM. what about the perpetrator then?


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