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Qu'ram, the Muslim Arab man and the rest

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Submitted by steven L (United States), Apr 15, 2008 at 20:22

Based on what I have read (I did not mean the Qur'an), there seems to exist 3 categories of people for the "believer":

The clerics, the Muslim Arab man and the rest of the world: women, and the non Muslim Arab

The clerics decide how to interpret the Qur'an and each cleric has the right of his understanding since it all about interpretation.

The Muslim Arab man (most of them are kept poor and ignorant so they can be used as for example as martyrs like in the 8 years war

between Iran and Iraq, or in the conflict between Palestinians and Israel) get something from the clerics but must remain fearful of the clerics.

The rest (women and the non Muslim Arabs) is dependent strictly from the good will or bad will of the clerics and have basically few rights

or no rights at all.

The seven year old girl has no rights but someone was willing (capriciously or enlightened individual) to listen to her. But she has become a victim in any case and with no rights

Sadly enough, brain washing/ritual is a significant par of all religions and cults.

It appears to me that the Muslim Arab man through brain washing has been rendered emotionally unable to deal with women and therefore for their own best interest the women must covered themselves.

However in the Western world, the Muslim Arab men show evidence that they are fully able to deal emotionally with the OTHER SEX.

So I conclude that it is all about religion and in this case: the Qur'an.

Submitting....

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