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Submitted by Bilal (United Kingdom), Sep 2, 2009 at 11:27

Yet another display of the contradiction of "Freedom".

The West propagate this idea of "Freedom" as if people are free to do and say what they can. Yet it is a fallacy because the ambit of "Freedom" is defined by them.

I see you made no connotation to misogyny; probably knowing full well that putting an upper limit on how much a woman can cover her own body proves how the accusation is like the pot calling the kettle black. You force women to uncover against their will, because you treat them like sexual objects. If they don't, they remain abandoned not only socially, but in terms of employment too by the "free" west. That's why women who go for interviews always feel the need to wear open blouses with low cuts often donning mini skirts resembling office prostitutes.

I think that not wearing Burqas and Niqaab in the West should be made illegal. Maybe that would curb the explosive numbers of rapes that occur daily in the countries inhabited by you decadent animals with no morals.

No wonder the fastest growing ideology worldwide is Islaam and no wonder the largest proportion of those reverts are white women. One look ... is enough to convince anyone Islaam is the superior way of life.


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