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Amira el-Ghawaby صلى الله عليها وسلم and Speaking of White Supremacy, Patriarchy, Misogyny all in One Verse

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 10, 2023 at 07:45

Dr. Pipes,

Amira el-Ghawaby صلى الله عليها وسلم must be aware of the disasters in Surat al-Nisa': 34 so let us read it one more time:

الرجال قوامون على النساء بما فضل الله بعضهم على بعض

Or: The men are in charge of women with (read as: because) Allah preferred some of them (men) upon (read as: over) the other (women).

More disasters? Then it says that men (that Allah likes so much) can beat their women or واضربوهن or: And beat them (plural verb feminine)

So it seems that the god of Islam promotes "white supremacy, after all his beloved prophet is a white man and not a woman) and men are in charge of women and this is what patriarchy is all about.

Then her God tells men, that he likes so much, to beat their wives.

I must conclude that her god and so called prophet promote white supremacy, patriachy and misogyny and according to the definition of "Islamophobia" in Canada are Islamophobic therefore her god and prophet must be Islamophobes.

This is why the word "Islamophobia" should be ridiculed.

Dear readers: the worst enemy of Islam is their books. We kuffar are not their enemies. Most of us feel sorry for the likes of Amira el-Ghawaby صلى الله عليها وسلم.


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