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What's next, state sactioned stoning?

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Submitted by Mark (United States), Sep 9, 2009 at 16:53

As we all are aware, the Hijab is their public symbol of power and control over Islamic women (their swastika if you will) - but now they have the convinced the Dhimmis in the the UK to allow Scotland Yard female police to wear them.

In Saudi Arabia they call them the Mutaween or mutawa - the Saudi "religious" police force under the Committee for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice. What's next, the state sanctioning of forced marriages, spousal abuse, and stonings - are not those their "customs" too?

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