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    Re: If you felt the person was qulified would you vote for Muslim president?

    Quote Originally Posted by roflpublican View Post
    why are you ignoring:
    the copy of the quran (in many different languages) which shows that islam is not compatible with womens rights or democracy
    the videos from numerous muslim-dominated countries showing the murder of women being sanctioned by crowds of people
    the evidence of the restrictions on education for women in these countries

    all the evidence is above. you keep on making smileys at these dead children, that's your perogative, but you'll get called on it every time so long as i'm here.
    The Quran is somewhat based on the OT. The Bible could also be construed as being anti-women.

    The reason those countries are a couple hundred years behind in social development is not religion. Blaming inanimate objects is silly. Those countries are behind due to totalitarian governments keeping them in the dark ages. Turkey, a democracy, doesn't stone women and especially not for stuff like unfortunate cooking or speaking with a male outside the family.

    It's such a correlation = causation fail to blame religion for the social mechanisms of an intellectually oppressed people. I see no reason that a free country could not vote for Sharia Law minus the stoning/honor killings. We can't expect countries to develop overnight. It's too bad that Saddam didn't leave any social capital or Iraq would be developing more quickly.

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    Re: If you felt the person was qulified would you vote for Muslim president?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    The Quran is somewhat based on the OT. The Bible could also be construed as being anti-women.

    The reason those countries are a couple hundred years behind in social development is not religion. Blaming inanimate objects is silly. Those countries are behind due to totalitarian governments keeping them in the dark ages. Turkey, a democracy, doesn't stone women and especially not for stuff like unfortunate cooking or speaking with a male outside the family.

    It's such a correlation = causation fail to blame religion for the social mechanisms of an intellectually oppressed people. I see no reason that a free country could not vote for Sharia Law minus the stoning/honor killings. We can't expect countries to develop overnight. It's too bad that Saddam didn't leave any social capital or Iraq would be developing more quickly.
    but sharia law includes the stoning/honor killings, they're a central pillar, it would be like having republican democracy without the vote. but don't take my word for it, watch as egypt/libya develop in their new 'islamic democracy' way. it will become very obvious, and sick.

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    Re: If you felt the person was qulified would you vote for Muslim president?

    Quote Originally Posted by roflpublican View Post
    why are you ignoring:
    the copy of the quran (in many different languages) which shows that islam is not compatible with womens rights or democracy
    the videos from numerous muslim-dominated countries showing the murder of women being sanctioned by crowds of people
    the evidence of the restrictions on education for women in these countries

    all the evidence is above. you keep on making smileys at these dead children, that's your perogative, but you'll get called on it every time so long as i'm here.
    sorry you havent posted any evidence that supports your lie
    and im not not ignoring anything, im just not stupid enough to think that simply reading a book gives me a insight to that religion and all muslims LMAO nobody smart would EVER do that.
    and PLEASE keep "calling me out" so i can expose your bigotry everytime and laugh at you
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    Re: If you felt the person was qulified would you vote for Muslim president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective-J View Post
    sorry you havent posted any evidence that supports your lie
    and im not not ignoring anything, im just not stupid enough to think that simply reading a book gives me a insight to that religion and all muslims LMAO nobody smart would EVER do that.
    and PLEASE keep "calling me out" so i can expose your bigotry everytime and laugh at you
    again, you're laughing at the murdered women, not me.

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    Re: If you felt the person was qulified would you vote for Muslim president?

    Quote Originally Posted by roflpublican View Post
    but sharia law includes the stoning/honor killings, they're a central pillar, it would be like having republican democracy without the vote. but don't take my word for it, watch as egypt/libya develop in their new 'islamic democracy' way. it will become very obvious, and sick.
    Kenya has a very limited Sharia Court system, with juristiction over religious status (presumably like priest promotions), marriage and divorce. Both parties much volunteer to use such a court and judgement can be appealed to the magistrate. Similar courts were allowed by the British and according to the first constitution. The new constitution, passed via vote, maintained the courts under those restrictions. Stoning and honor killings, of course, are not part of the deal and nor is any criminal matter.

    Honor killings and such are no longer legal in Iraq. Sure, they happen, but it's not sanctioned by the government and thus will fade. While the government endorsed such, there was little to no hope for Iraqi women rising up; now they have a chance.

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