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To Miriam: Sex Slaves of Islam

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in response to reader comment: How many do you know?

Submitted by Georges Fernandez (India), Sep 4, 2006 at 15:22

You'd be surprised to know, Miriam, how many I know at first hand!

It is apalling in the extreme for you to try to justify the invisibility of women in the shroud, as posited against exposure by those whom you call 'sluts'. This is typical of the negative, blinkered vision that Islamofascists would choose to propagate in the world! Don't you know any self-respecting, autonomous women who choose not to be ashamed of being women, or who don't feel the need to hide behind the veil from the good, free world out there?

The Prophet's own record is 'unassailable', since we all know that he was 'stronger than 30 men' well past his middle age. Now see this:

Islamists - not who they say they are, http://www.danielpipes.org/article/378

Islam and women, http://www.primechoice.com/philosophy/jihadpages/women.htm

Beneath the Veil: The Taliban's Harsh Rule of Afghanistan,


As a woman in Afghanistan, here's what you are forbidden to do, http://www.dmregister.com/news/stories/c4788998/16129222.html

In Kashmir, acid attacks on women who do not follow the Islamic dress code. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1487395.stm

"Especially in war, Muslim men rape Muslim women because women are supposed to keep the honour of the family. If women's minds are destroyed, honour remains. If our hands or legs are destroyed, honour is protected. If anything enters the vagina, everything is destroyed — the life of the woman, the life of the family.

It is perversion. But it is not a perversion of Islam; it is a reflection of Islam. The Koran says women are like fields and men can use them as property. Prophet Muhammad himself enjoyed captured women. He passed them around to his soldiers, too. " http://www.rabble.ca/in_their_own_words.shtml?x=18953


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