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Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
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Submitted by Arlinda (United States), Nov 7, 2009 at 13:23

The ultimate symbol of oppression worn by women and girls to keep men from being tempted by that which defines women in Islam ... the seduction of Islamic men ... is the burqua. Why any woman would find an Islamic oppressor attractive enough to seduce is completely beyond my comprehension. How a young girl at the age of five or six years of age is seductive to Islamic men is one of the most disgusting aspects of Islamic oppression.

Knowledge and freedom is not what the berqua represents. Sharia demands that women wear these fllthy rags in the unspeakable heat of the Middle East as an act of submission to men. Women can be arrested if she presents herself in public in various theocracies in the Middle East without the rags of enslavement. Women have no rights under Sharia law. As Mohammed who loved and beded seven year girls, declared: "Hell is filled with women." Women are inherently evil in Islam. The berqua is meant to enshroud women to protect men from the unbridled sexual desires of Middle Eastern Men.

If Middle Eastern men would find jobs to take care of their families instead of sitting around all day cleaning their rifles and polishing their hand grenades and/or plotting attacks on the West, perhaps they wouldn't have time for such unbridled sexual desires requiring women to cover themselves in rags.

The berqua is not a freedom. It is a demand. That is why the freedom to wear s berqua is an oxymoron. Freedom is the antithesis of everything for which a berqua stands. Submission is the ultimate goal of Islam and women are its slaves and slaves wear berquas.


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