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Your assumption that afghan couples secretly desire to be as promiscuous as the westerners in general is also just an assumption.
reply to post by lonewolf19792000
i don't know from where you bring these perverted ideas. I may have heard them being practiced in Iran but i guess some poster from there can shed light on it.
And Iran is not a representative of Islam or muslims, its a tiny minority.
It would be like me bringing some things that Jehova's witness do and say that this is what christians do.
You are misleading people who are ignorant and anyways eager to jump on anything bad about islam.
Its funny the perverted agendists leading the blind and then proving that Islam and muslims are bad
reply to post by FlyersFan
you are still stuck in after the act scenario.
Singapore has death penalty for drug trafficking.
Would you say that its brutal and does not give the offender a chance to reform etc?
Do you think that they made that law so extreme to brutally punish anyone who does it?
How many singaporeans do you think actually got that punishment?
How effective it was to almost end the drug problem?
The law is still there, its extreme and effective. The same is true for the extreme sharia criminal laws.
Level one: muslims know sex outside marriage is wrong and a sin.
Level two: there is not much intermingling of sexes nor exploitation of female body by forcing her to expose to get accepted.
Level three: adultery law is extreme and fornication law is humiliating(public lashing)
over that, doing a marriage is simple and easy
so you see everything is in place to prevent sex outside marriage rather than wantingly punishing the ones who do it.
You just believe that sex outside marriage is wrong, what arrangements does your law have to encourage that better conduct?
Sorry FF but your society actually is being pushed the other way..
Stoning for adultery is a God given Law and it cannot be changed, even Jesus pbuh did not directly say not to do it. (althought the authenticity of that story is doubtful)
''hardliner mlitant islamist''?? Please. Holding certain views regarding adultery and punishment doesnt make people 'militants'. So stop making such ridiculous claims it makes you look even bad.
@wildtimes .......''Stoning for adultery is a God given Law and it cannot be changed, even Jesus pbuh did not directly say not to do it.'' _________________________________________ Jesus said the laws were to remain, and that includes the laws on adultery. Christians say otherwise because Jesus spared the life of one adulteress, but the fact is that he wanted to teach the wicked Pharisees a lesson.
Take it up with God who handed down these laws. Muslims try to have them in place.
Dude. I'm really really really tired of words being put in my mouth. I did not type the "quote" above.
No. "God" did not 'hand down these laws.' MEN DID.
that what you believe about Adam/Eve/Satan actually existing is RIDICULOUS....
Dude. THEY ARE ANCIENT MYTHOLOGY. NOT truth. NOT literal. NOT original.
As Jesus says, "let he who is without sin cast the first stone", and there is NO BODY who doesn't have sin, everyone has sinned, so anyone trying to do this would be a hypocrite.
When he said ''let he without sin cast the first stone'', he reminded the wicked Pharisees to their own sins. He did not mean that the law itself had expired. If it were so, he should have opposed it or said ''there is no need for that''....... Instead Jesus gave the go-ahead for the stoning, under the condition that a sinless man among them throws the first stone.
When godlessness and degenerate behavior becomes the norm, people are shocked by the idea of punishing sexual sin, according to Gods law.
They are incapable of comprehending why other cultures take a stand against it, instead they want everybody to adopt their views as if its the norm.
Take it up with God who handed down these laws.