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Women in Islam

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Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), May 8, 2008 at 05:43

(1) Almost all women in the Muslim countries are protected by their families. The code of conduct is applied here too.

(2) I don't see the west are restrained of their urges, on the contrary, you hear every day of rapes and molesting, women are out wearing nearly without clothes.

(3) If two women are walking on the street, one barely dressed and the other is dressed fully covered like a nun. Who do you look at, who you desire. I'll bet you will say the covered one … ha ha

(4) The covered one respected herself and avoided being molested, the other one invited others to look at her and molest her or perhaps rape her.

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