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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: MY MUSLIM BROTHERS SHOULD OPEN THEIR EYES

Submitted by HUMANIST (United States), Sep 10, 2006 at 08:24

Regarding "M"s complaint about the hypocrisy of Muslim men who harrass and rape unattended Muslim women while demanding that they , the women, live their lives in isolation in order to avoid the very threats that they themselves present to the women of Islam.

It appears to be a very simple problem. Rather than to learn to behave as civilized human beings Muslim men prefer to impose a restrictive code of conduct upon their own women that effectively robs them of any personal freedom. This is not surprising in light of the fact that the entire religion of Islam is based upon the writings of ...Mohammad, who is on record as having married a six year old girl at the age of fifty-one. [To his dubious credit he didn't have sex with her until she was nine. What a guy!] Mohammad is quoted in the Qu'ran as saying that it is even okay to have sex with a baby as long as you "do not penetrate" with your penis. Mohammad was also big on stoning people to death. He dictates which crimes require this punishment and the list is fairly long....

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