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Slaves and their dress code in Islam

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 13, 2013 at 10:01

Dr. Pipes

I just watched an interview of the islamist in Egypt who married a "slave" (aka milk al-yameen) and he insists that slave women in Islam have to follow the same rule about what is called in Islamic law al-3awra (which in the area of the human body between the umbilicus and the knees which is supposed to be covered in the case of Muslim men) which means that slave women in Islamic societies can walk on the streets with no head cover and with bare chests and bare arms and bare legs below the knees! And no I'm not kidding

But again Islamic hypocrisy has no limits

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