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How about women are a half brain according to your prophet

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in response to reader comment: So how about some Arabic?

Submitted by Mark (Australia), Sep 16, 2011 at 01:24

yes you heard me right ... I can present you thousands of examples in your own Islamic book to expose this but I will suffice to give you some links for Arabic website that uncover the hidden, and don't shift the ball to the western culture the same one that you live in your self away from Islamic rule countries that you escaped from.

links:

http://islamexplained.com/

http://www.islameyat.com/

by the way they are in Arabic, your prophet's own language.

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