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Syed Mohammed Ali: Thank you for letting us know that Muslim women are not free

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in response to reader comment: we muslims must make burqa with niqab compulsory for all muslims and non muslims in islamic countries

Submitted by Plato (India), Feb 23, 2008 at 10:15

Syed Mohammad Ali, you wrote:

>>we muslims must work in the unity to implement the laws that each and every women whether muslims or non muslims must wear burqa with niqab ...and make it constitutional law because we have every right to implement islamic laws in islamic nations where majority of muslims live.<<

Why did Muslims protest and riot when in Hindu majority India the constitution gives protection to destitute Muslim women in the form of alimony? Do only Muslims have the right to impose their sharia? Why do you violently oppose changing your archaic personal laws to more modern ones? Only Muslims have the right to impose their laws on non-muslims??

>> we dont believe in liberal democrazy <<

We knew that all along, that Islam is anti-freedom and for mental slavery of men and physical and mental slavery of women. But thank you for reminding and telling us like it is.

>>.. we have also seen where women are free how much assaults on them, higest rape in case in the country which is known as a champion of freedom and democracy ...<<

Again thank you for being honest and letting us know that women in Islam are not free. And how can they be free? Your Allah has ordained that they are a degree below men (2:228) and your holy prophet says they are like animals or prisoners of men (Read the last sermon of your prophet in Ishaq, page 651 or Tabari, The Last years of the Prophet, page 113).

There is more violence inflicted on women in Muslim-majority countries in the form of beatings constitutionally sanctioned by Islam (4:34), since they are like animals/prisoners of men, than there is inflicted on women who are free.




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