Friday, 14 August 2009

Women in Islam

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There has been a fair bit of talk lately on this issue with the Burka, or Burkini or whatever. Recently it was banned in France (well done lads);

A French mother was banned from wearing the three-piece outfit at her local swimming pool.

Carole, a 35-year- old Muslim convert, was told it was ' inappropriate' on hygiene grounds, but she insists the ban is racial discrimination.

It follows French President Nicolas Sarkozy recently attacking Muslim burkhas as a 'sign of subservience' for women and saying they should be banned.

Racial discrimination. For a religious garment. Race and religion are two different things, so we already know the mental limitation of this female, I mean she converted to Islam so don’t expect any sort of intellect here.

Women have rights that are similar to men, but men are "a degree above them." 2:228

Pat Condell weighed in on the subject with typical clarity and humour, worth a watch.

Like Pat, I too am wondering where all the rabid feminists are on this subject. Harriet the Man Hater, all too happy to portray women as victims of their sex (while equal at the same time, go figure) hasn’t uttered a peep. I suppose Muslims must come before white women in her twisted cultural Marxist worldview. Feminists are social parasites and they make me sick.

A woman is worth one-half a man. 2:282

Now it is probably common knowledge now that the wearing of this Burka is not a requirement of Islam. More Muslim women seem to wear it in the West than they do in the Middle East, which just me think it is a form of Islamic cultural warfare. Doing their utmost to broadcast that they want to be different, see us as different and do not wish to communicate in the way we in the West have done for hundreds of years.

"All married women (are forbidden unto you) save those (captives) whom your right hands possess." You can't have sex with married women, unless they are slaves obtained in war (with whom you may rape or do whatever you like). 4:24

There was a female Muslim convert on LBC the other day defending wearing the Burka, saying she joined Islam because it is ‘liberating and peaceful’. Dressing up like an out of shape ninja is liberating is it? She said she liked the ‘modesty’. So she wanted to dress modestly and joined Islam to do it? She couldn’t just, you know, DRESS MODESTLY?

Women are feeble and are unable to devise a plan. 4:98

She obviously has done ZERO research into Islam, preferring to just listen to local Muslims talk shit about it, themselves probably knowing next to nothing about it. Did you know the Islamic rule for leaving the religion is death, and they imposed this rule because they were worried many Muslims would leave Islam on Mohammed’s passing, after finding out the true hatred and violence ingrained in the religion?

Believing women must lower their gaze and be modest, cover themselves with veils, and not reveal themselves except to their husbands, relatives, children, and slaves. 24:31

Of course you didn’t. Like usual, people don’t do their own research anymore, being infantile and lazy (like the humans in Pixars’ Wall-E) choosing instead to base their worldly knowledge on sanitised nonsense drip fed to them via the corporate media and the state. View this strange article in the Telegraph;

Women are allowed in mosques but there are always separate rooms in which they pray.

The Koran doesn’t specifically say married couples should be separated at weddings, but it is a long-standing custom.

It is customary that the male and female guests are served separate wedding banquets and only at the end do the married couple sit together, sometimes under a headscarf while prayers are read.

This separation of sexes is part of the religion’s emphasis on chastity and modesty, which is also reflected in the way many Muslim women cover their faces and bodies in public.

Isn’t that sweet? Islam just wants its women to be chase and modest. Nothing to do with viewing women as inferior to men then. Nothing to do with women being seen as meat by Muslim men, interpretations of which lead to women being raped, and then found guilty of sex outside marriage! An example from Pakistan.

Hudood laws are a tool in the hands of men - with these laws they can rape women and be totally unaccountable.

Under Hudood if a woman makes a rape allegation she must provide four pious male witnesses or face a charge of adultery herself.

So a woman is in the ridiculous position of having to produce four Muslim adult male eyewitnesses, men who just stood there and watched.

If sex by force is not proved, this woman can be charged with "zina" - sex outside of marriage.

Uzma Saeed believes the Hudood ordinances should be repealed

About 60% of women in our jails have been imprisoned as a result of Hudood laws.

This Islamic rule was superseded by the Women Protection Bill in 2006, but that bill has come under attack for being un-Islamic.

The Religious political parties however are against the Bill calling it un-Islamic. They argue that the bill goes against articles 2a and 227 of the constitution of Pakistan, which state respectively that "Islam will be the state religion" and "No laws will be passed which are repugnant to the Koran and sunnah."

There is no doubt about it. Men and women are not equal under their God. Girls have been stoned to death for being raped, from November ‘08;

A 13-year-old girl who said she had been raped was stoned to death in Somalia after being accused of adultery by Islamic militants, a human rights group said.

Religion of Peace? Fuck off. There are a number of things you need to take into consideration if you want to formulate a thorough understanding about the true face of Islam.

1. The teachings of the Koran, Hadiths and Sunnahs, Shariah etc

2. What Mohammed himself did and said (remember he is the example of the perfect man to all Muslims, so they must agree and defend all of his actions).

3. What actually occurs in Islamic states around the world today.

4. What has occurred in Islamic states throughout history.

5. What is happening in Western states with mass immigration of Muslims.

Just listening to a few apologists on the corporate media or some ignorant Muslim is insufficient in building an honest understanding of this so-called Religion of Peace.

If you want a summary of the treatment of women under Islam from a technical perspective, start here;

Women’s Worth in Islam

And some more info on the ideology.

The Myths of Islam

1 comment:

Revolution Harry said...

On the subject of male and female guests being separated at weddings. Heh.

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