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Al Qadri's What's Good for Women

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: Civilly Dead

Submitted by Arlinda DeAngelis (United States), Nov 29, 2007 at 21:48

The fastest growing religion in the world .... because female prostitutes, drug addicts and women in general who despise freedom and equality cannot wait for even a nana second to immerse themselves into abject slavery while enshrouded in a berqua so they can all pray to Allah?

In addition, such female converts can expect a life of total submission and the right to be a womb factory for her ever loving Islamic husband. If I had a choice ... even death would hold more promise. Along with the fastest growing women enslaving belief system, the Middle East has the highest illiteracy rates the world. The numbers are driven by uneducated women.

But, go ahead, ask any Islamic man how he feels about having a slave for a wife and nine out of ten them will tell you how marvelous it all is. It costs nothing and slaves can ask nothing and the husband/masters get everything, so how's it bad for them. No. This is a win win situtation for the guys especially the ones whose fragile egos and lack of money make them feel weak and insignificant. With a slave behind closed doors anything is possible. Why, he can feel like a prince he realm when in reality he is nothing but a two bit failure who needs the suffering of others to feel empowered.


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