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Against Ynnatchkah

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in response to reader comment: In support of the Fabulous Female Muslims against the Islamist Opression, Imperialism and subhumanity.

Submitted by Anisa Abdalnour (United Kingdom), Aug 11, 2009 at 14:52

>Note also how different the lines of their faces, noses, texture of hair are from the majority of Islamic Arab females. Some of them, I may say, are miracles- do not even look as Middle Eastern.>

And you say you have "a couple of good Islamic friends"? If that sentence doesn't say it all. And you call Obama a racist! (Unfortunately I couldn't see your comments because it was a reported attack site blocked by my preferences. I thought your sentiments were simply Bibi-inspired rhetoric, but this was spouted over a year ago!) Tsk, tsk ... no loyalty to the one feeding you and your Israeli kin?

>They are Muslims and behave as good people, do not prophet killing infidels in silence and respect others.>

In other words, you are only considered a 'Muslim' and "good people" if you DON'T wear the hijab?

>Clearly, they are better people towards "infidels"(a term that people like you use to denigrate and diminish others, as if you belong to a superior kind).>

I never used that word. Don't point the finger while your posting (and postings since two years back) are ladened with biasedness.

>Regarding sin,- I disagree to you. It is more a case of typical muslim subjugation and subservience. And, AFA I know, these garments appeared as exigencies much after muhamad lived.>

I don't know what relevance the word, "exigencies" has to do in this context. Do you own a thesaurus? You disagree because you don't believe in the Qur'an. Your comments are an example of the kind of intolerant and bigoted attitudes that Muslims are faced and harrassed with every day.

>You disagreed with DP in regards of the western parameter, with no supporting and convincing arguments whatsoever in my opinion.>

None was required to be given. This website says it all.

>Garment is not a proof of humanity and holiness in any religion, much less in yours.>

That is true to a certain degree, but that was not the issue here.

>And of course, many Islamic females will feel even less comfortable, when they see their men very interested in these women.>

That is true of any culture and any society. What does the Hasidim think of their immoral bretheren?

>And, as the Hebrew Jesus said: Throw the rock first (against the "sinner) those who do not carry any sin"...Are YOU the holly sinless one- in the right of throwing rocks on these Glamorous MUSLIM women- that perhaps you are jealous of.?>

I'm not superficial, thank God, nor am I throwing any proverbial stone - this is not my opinion either. And what is the purpose of bringing Jesus into the discussion? Are you a Jew for Jesus? FYI, according to the Christian Gospels, Jesus was reported to say that he came to establish a new covenant which did not rest upon strict obedience to ritual laws and this was just an example of that.

Fardinen a mitzveh - sei a mensch.

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