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Reader comment on item: Will Europe Resist Islamization?
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Submitted by Hesham Ahamd (Kuwait), May 4, 2008 at 05:55

First regarding head scarf, Islam is not the only religion that imposes the head cover for women. The first message of prophet Bolus to Corinthians 11 states the following:

1. Every woman go to pray must cover her hair, otherwise it's a shame on her.

2. If the woman doesn't cover her hair, it should be cut.

3. The man should not cover his head because he is an image and glory of god, but the woman is a glory of the man.

4. Head of every man is Jesus, but the head of every woman is the man, and the head of Jesus is god.

5. The man is not from the woman, but the woman is from the man.

6. The man was not created for the woman, but the woman was created for the man.

Secondly about stoning to death, it is not mentioned at all in Islam, but it is in Judaism as John 8 states:

" The Jesus followers brought a woman condemned with adultery, they said to Jesus that Mosse's instructions in the book is to stone her to death, so what are we going to do with her. Jesus said who was without a sin from you can stone her"

Thirdly regarding polygamy, It's In Islam but it is also in Judaism as follows:

• The 11 first Kings 3 states : "King Suleiman had seven hundred woman and three hundred woman "

• 4 Genesis 19 states" Lamek had taken two wives"

Fourthly, regarding killing miscreants: Islam is not allowing killing any non Muslim because Islam states that the man or woman is free in what s/he believes, but it is only allowed if they attack Muslims. But it is mentioned in 13 Deuteronomy 10 that:

"Do not listen to miscreant, or feel mercy to him, but killing you should kill him, stone him till he die"

In conclusion, I believe that secularism is controlling the world now alone away from any religions. The west can not represent Christianity as long it allows with matters against Christianity such as homosexuality marriage calling it personal freedom.


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