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Submitted by Zia (Canada), Jan 15, 2007 at 18:55

When someone commits a crime in the name of their religion they are truly wrong and does not stop their crime from being counted as a wrong deed/sin. Just because someone who is unknowledged about their religion, decides to commit a crime saying that is what is told in their religion. How could you believe them? You do know misunderstandings happen all the time.

In Islam, we are not allowed committing crimes.What really upsets me is that some people in Islam, muslims foresay mistake their own religion. Allah (God) states something else and they mistake it for something else. I'm sorry if you've seen the bad side of muslims, though in every living thing there is both good and bad. There is no real motive behind that, it is just someone using religion as an excuse for trying to excuse their crimes. Which I find quiet ironic. What fairness is it, to judge a religion, just because someone commits a crime, saying its for the sake of Islam as an excuse for their crime.

Trust me, do not believe these so called mufti's, they don't even know their own religion. Or they don't want to.
That is racial, no matter what these mufti's say. I urge you not to believe muslims and Islam truly work and think this way. Because it is not. That guy who said that women invite their own rape by the way they dress, is wrong yet makes sense into why he would say that. Which clears my opinion. He is mistaking Islam. Women, who were revealing clothes are ovbiously doing it to attract men. And, men who can't control their desires will just consider it as an oppourtunity to fufill them.

Part of the blame would go on the women for dressing for that reason, because there is no excuse. The only reason someone would wear something so revealing is to be attractive, right? Isn't that what she partly wanted? Anyways, I'm not saying hes right. I know hes wrong but you must agree there is also some fault in the women. For example, if a deer knows a hunter is just around the corner, would the deer purposely go there so it can be hunted? (<-<; I just made that example up ;) Anyways, most of the sin would go on the man and partly on the girl, it's hard to explain! *-* If you want a detailed and more better explaining, just ask for it! *-* I'll explain more better cause I have to work on the rest of the stuff you wrote! XD

First of all, his statement is both right and wrong. Well, partly right but mostly wrong.

To be honest, thats just plain stupidness. There is no logic reason behind that because its not even logical. They call themselves muslims, they do things in the name of Islam. Well, I think they must be blind to not notice that Rape is in Adulterly, and Allah (God) would give a grave punishment for that. In Islam, women are very highly respected. In Islam, its not even allowed to hit a girl as well as rape her. Thats not logic. Their just acting like perverted fools, who are disgracing their own religion! Yea right, I highly doubt that their actions were for cultural and religion purposes. In Islam, hurting women is not allowed unless its for highly good reason. Raping women is a big sin.

Note: I'm really sorry for the stupidy there has been going on for Muslims not being able to properly understand their own religion! And I'm only 13 and I know more than them!


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