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Why wait until Judgement Day?

Reader comment on item: Bridges TV, a Wife's Beheading, and Honor Murder
in response to reader comment: What a Tragedy!!??

Submitted by Viking Woman (Kuwait), Feb 25, 2009 at 04:03

Why wait until Judgement Day?

Why not use this tragedy for some good? Invest your money in programs to teach men they do not have the *right* to tap, beat or scourge their wives. Ask your local Iman to speak out against domestic violence. Donate money to a domestic violence shelter for women?

Remember, you have sisters, mothers, aunts and friends who could be in this woman's shoes. Be pro active in helping women.

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