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Originally posted by sk0rpi0n
Originally posted by laiguana
We've seen how women are regarded in Islam. Their women get punished for rape. They get thrown acid on their faces. They get mutilated because they've 'crossed the line' like putting on lipstick or showing up without a male escort. Islam is filth, that's all there really is to say about it. There's nothing good about it, period.
Those incidents do not represent all muslims... that would be like saying all christians abuse children because of the actions of a few.edit on 20-6-2011 by sk0rpi0n because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by antar
A Kuwaiti woman who is called an “activist” and former candidate to the Kuwaiti parliament, spoke to the Kuwait Times about the establishment of a new law permitting men to buy and sell non-Muslim girls, captured in jihad, as sexual slaves in order to protect Muslim men against seductive sexual immorality.
Originally posted by Scoriada
reply to post by KilgoreTrout
Good God almighty, are you seriously saying that since it is already happening illegally in other countries we should be ok with muslims doing this atrocity?
Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
reply to post by antar
1) Slavery ONLY exists in Muslim countries, and only involves nubile, precious, blonde white European girls, ever.
2) This story needs an advertisement for an anti-Obama T-shirt (since hey, he's a black Muslim and they're all about raping the pretty white girls, right?)
I would say you're missing the forest for the trees, but it's more like you're missing the forest because you keep sticking squirrel crap in your eyes.
The Glow of White Women AMG AllMovie Guide: The Glow of White Women Movies Plot Raised in a strict Muslim household and led to believe the virgins who awaited him in the afterworld would all have milky white skin, filmmaker Yunus Vally sets out to explore the sex and politics became concerning white women on the Dark Continent. As a child in Africa during the apartheid era, Valley's primary exposure to white women was in the local movie theater. There, white moviegoers entered from the front, and darker skinned moviegoers were forced to maneuver past the garbage trucks and enter through the back alley. It was during that time that an Elizabeth Arden campaign stated: "White women glow rather than shine." Read more: www.answers.com...