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Submitted by Straight_Talk_Luigi (United States), Jun 23, 2008 at 16:18

The women in the middle east live as human beings

Abused women in the UAE

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/23/world/middleeast/23dubai.html?n=Top/News/World/Countries%20and%20Territories/United%20Arab%20Emirates

Abuse in Saudi Arabia

http://www.mwlusa.org/topics/violence&harrassment/domestic_abuse_in_saudi_arabia.htm

But women in the West, don't live as human beings.

Yes, they do, but every barrel has it's bad apples.

1- The women in the middle east, are respected by the husband, the daughter, the son, the community,

See above links.

These are the teachings, the moral, the ethics of Mohammad and of Islam

We know that the goal of orthodox Islam is to rule the world, which is why the goals of Mohammed will never be fully realized.

2- the mother in the middle east is respected immensely;

http://www.middle-east-info.org/gateway/womenchildabuse/index.htm

3- Muslim women if they work, or inherit money from their parents, they can keep the money for themselves, they don't have to spend it on their husbands, children or household, the husband should be the one who provides means of living, not the woman. she can keep her money, and the husband cannot take a single penny if she does not want to share. can this be in the west - NO

YES, the FREEDOM to this is in the West.

4- The women in the west are sold as commodity displaying their bodies

Prostitution is illegal in most places in the USA. I also know of brothels and hotels from Kuwait City to Damascus to Dubai that I can go to and get married Muslim women in the bed :)


5- material is irrelevant to us, what is important , is moral and ethics, if material benefit will come by selling the moral and ethics we don't want this material. the the women in the west they don't mind selling their body for material gains.

Sometimes, yes, they do, but this rare. People in the West can be materialistic, but looking at the GNP of the Arabian peninsula, so can the Muslims.

6- If all the fuss is because of women wearing Hijab, I tell you that the Muslim women voluntarily are wearing Hijab, not because someone is forcing them. their religion oblige them to do so.

Then why are they punished for not doing so?

http://womenagainstshariah.blogspot.com/2008/06/kuwait-mps-protest-women-ministers-not.html

7- The spoken muslim women in the west and their western supporters will not accomplish anything, let them go to hell, because they will no succeed in demoralizing our women and doubt their religion.

You have no say in sending someone to hell. EVER!

8- Muslim Women live normal life in Islamic societies, but because the west do not like the veil, they want the muslim women to leave their ethics, and morals, and become like them without ethics, they started this war against Islam - Logo - Muslim women are suppressed - Equal rights to Muslim women

Only in workplace safety and identification is this an issue.

As if they care. honestly - what a hypocrisy - look at your women first and then talk about the others

Oh, believe me, I LOOK at ALL women, even Muslim women. They are so beautiful, even with head coverings.

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