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Reader comment on item: Niqabs and Burqas - The Veiled Threat Continues
in response to reader comment: RE: A true incestuous kaafir

Submitted by true believer (India), Sep 29, 2009 at 04:02

Joseph Fritzl being caught red handed in Kaffirland is locked away safely after being judged by kaffir laws.

Had a muslim done the same to your muslima mothers and sisters in an some muslim land the victims would have no recourse whatsoever to justice under the muslim laws unless they can find four other muslims who who witnessed the shameful act without taking part in it. God forbid if the victim is unmarried and gets pregnant; her rapist will get stone her to death for adultery along with the rest of his bretheren.

A very few lucky ones who have managed to escape from muslim badlands like Saudi to the west have such horrible tales of abuse and rape ! Forget justice: their pious rapists back home will kill them if they ever return back.

Alternatively a muslim can just marry a minor and rape her officially as long as he wishes.

For once you got it correct; I am a kaffir in a kaffirland.


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