Again, you are wrong. Where there is a majority of Muslims in any country the women suffer to varying degrees. In the USA they don't have the numbers to enforce their religious laws so they must follow locals laws instead. Given the numbers Muslims would follow the same laws and customs against women that they use elsewhere.A meaningless distinction.
Completely Illogical in the service of the misleading.Originally Posted by LoneWolf
It's true that the Koran Plagiarized alot of the Bible.
It is irrelevant, however, to a myriad of OTHER violent instructions and invocations against, ie, Jews.
The Islamic/Mohammedan narrative, Unlike the Bible, includes his early struggles with the Jews: a still extant religion/people.
And there is so Much More as well which is NOT in any way like, ie, the NT.
Muslims today still cite these passages.
Originally Posted by LOneWolf
Note that L0newolf has dramatically and selectively narrowed the discussion of Islam/Muslims in General to "American Muslims".
Of course, that TINY Percent of the population/ummah is Bound by Our laws.. Here.. and is NOT a statement as to the general character of Islam that Hirsi-Ali/We WERE talking about.
Nonetheless, app ±200 Muslims have been arrested Here and 50+ Terror plots foiled (2001-2012)
and that's just his strawman little group.
The fact is, and as I stated previously in this very string:
andOriginally Posted by mbig to soot #12Originally Posted by mbig #22 to sooot, unanswered
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I'm personally sick of not being able to dunk a basketball because of racism.
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
Ali isn't just a critic of Islam. She's gone against many other religions:
Ayaan Hirsi Ali - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hirsi Ali supported the move by the Dutch courts to abrogate the party subsidy to a conservative Protestant Christian political party, the Political Reformed Party (SGP), which did not grant full membership rights to women and still withholds passive voting rights from female members. She stated that "any political party discriminating against women or homosexuals should be deprived of funding."In the Netherlands about half of all education has historically been provided by sponsored religious schools, most of them Catholic or Protestant. Ayaan Hirsi Ali said in November 2003 that no religious school should receive government financing, which brought her into conflict with Hans Wiegel, a prominent former VVD leader.Her attitudes are really not that different than the average run of the mill American atheist's who isn't so much against religion but in favor of a secular society. This is the same person who supports a ban on religious schools, criticizes the state of Israel as having a problem with its Ultra-Orthodox groups and wouldn't think twice about attacking the American right wing for its views on homosexuality and women's rights. Painting her an as an Anti-Islamic feminist is pretty self serving of the same crowd that infests the ME forum.As for Israel's problems, Hirsi Ali says, "From my superficial impression, the country also has a problem with fundamentalists. The ultra-Orthodox will cause a demographic problem because these fanatics have more children than the secular and the regular Orthodox."
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I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
You want to demonstrate what a hack you are with every post you make, I can show just how silly and stupid your assertions are by making the exact same OPPOSITE assertions with the same evidence that you present... either none or inaccurate.
"Never fear. Him is here" - Captain Chaos (Dom DeLuise), Cannonball Run
Mace Windu: Then our worst fears have been realized. We must move quickly if the Jedi Order is to survive.