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Submitted by Bronson (Australia), May 15, 2009 at 03:22

The topic was about showing the face or not and 'Truth' equates showing the face to dressing immodestly and the consequences of showing the face to be loss of one's chastity. Huh?

This is actually a statement about the sexual incontinence of muslim men. Sorry, make that males. If they were men they'd have self-control. It is also a statement about the utter uselessness of the muslim religion to enable those under its sway to learn self control. They hand their masculine power to their women and then hide behind their burkas.

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