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Muslim women and western liberation

Reader comment on item: Better Dictators than Elected Islamists
in response to reader comment: Your slip is showing

Submitted by slayhy (Canada), Dec 12, 2012 at 19:30

there is no such thing as honor murder in Islam.

if a married woman is proven to have made adultary outside marriage the punishment is stoning to death

if a married man is proven to have made adultary outside marriage the punishment is stoning to death

to prove any one to have made adultary is to admit it, or there should be four reliable witnesses who will witness that they made adul;tary - it is not easy

A unmarried woman who made adultary she is supposed to be confined in her room not leaving it until away is made for her, either she grow old and die, or god have a way for her. but no death punishment.

These laws are also in judaism and they were also applied in middle ages in Europe

those who do not know Islam make rules and take the law by their own hands, which is not approved by God.

a woman became a respectable person with the advent of Islam, guarding her integrity and respect. she cannot be sold or taken for pleasure as in old day, she can inherit since she was forbidden in old days before Islam

last Islam gave her respect by guarding her chastity and a Muslim woman or man should not follow western liberation movement which will eventually send to Hell instead of Paradise.

A person should guard himself against - when a woman wear a veil she protect herself from evil lookers

Muslim women pride themselves in wearing the veil on their head, not that cover the face, which is not required in Islam - it is no more than traditions, but not a necessary requirement


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