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Female slaves in Islam can be raped and must be naked at all times

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in response to reader comment: Where does he say that women must naked at all times, and where does he tell slave masters to rape their slaves?

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 2, 2014 at 08:49

So do you read the links that I provide you with? Oh let me guess you do not read them because you cannot read or understand Arabic right?

Where does he say that women must naked at all times, and where does he tell slave masters to rape their slaves?

Your Allah calls salves السبايا and ملكات اليمين and جواري and عبيد and he tells his followers that they can own slaves and buy and sell them and rape them and force them in prostitution how come you did not know that?

And yes female slaves in Islam were supposed to be naked and the owner can get them to cover العورة or وكانت عورتهم مثل عورة الرجال اي مافوق الركبة وحتى السرة which means that under the best of conditions they were still naked

Even the so called Omar al-Faruq used to beat his female slaves if they cover themselves

Oh you do not believe me? here from no other that islamweb.net if you can read Arabic oh you can ask Amr the Bee I mean the wasp to help you

Now tell me do you own slaves our dear Adil?


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