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Esmee 09-25-2014 12:36 AM

It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
It says that in the Middle East, the Christian babies as young as 1 to 2 years old may be raped by Muslims when their fathers refused to convert to Islam. Is it true? And may anyone give me some links about such news? The book I'm reading is Shiaria Law How to Control Women, written by Martin and Patricia Reott. I think it seems impossible.

Esmee 09-25-2014 10:00 AM

Re: It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
Just finished the thin book, which lacks some fresh stuffs for me and keep on my second book about Islam written by Robert Spencer - The Complete Infidel's Guide to the Koran.

300 H and H 09-25-2014 05:35 PM

Re: It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
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Originally Posted by Esmee (Post 699875)
It says that in the Middle East, the Christian babies as young as 1 to 2 years old may be raped by Muslims when their fathers refused to convert to Islam. Is it true? And may anyone give me some links about such news? The book I'm reading is Shiaria Law How to Control Women, written by Martin and Patricia Reott. I think it seems impossible.

It would not surpise me if this were true...

Untill people convert they are taxed heavily as well. Ultimately it is convert or die.:eek IMHO...

Regards, Kirk

Pretty Flamingo 09-26-2014 12:45 PM

Re: It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
Mufa’khathat (not rape, but despicable nonetheless) is not just done with Christian babies. It is allowed with any baby from three months old.

saltwn 09-26-2014 04:27 PM

Re: It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
the real weirdos do that female circumcision. But as they westernize and modernize that is seen less and less. That is what these weirdos are afraid of. Too late for them as it was with the USSR keeping people in the dark.

Pretty Flamingo 09-29-2014 11:07 AM

Re: It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
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Originally Posted by saltwn (Post 700244)
the real weirdos do that female circumcision. But as they westernize and modernize that is seen less and less. That is what these weirdos are afraid of. Too late for them as it was with the USSR keeping people in the dark.

Female circumcision is not an Islamic practice, but cultural.
The same with the full burkha, that is also cultural rather than an Islamic doctrine.

A 16 year old girl who refuses to not wear the burkha (i.e., only her eyes are exposed), has been asked to leave a girls' school here in London. Quite right too as how can she be taught if her face isn't fully visible. Whilst out today I saw several girls in their lunch break from the local college in full length black burkhas. These would be 16 - 18 year olds. Strangely enough it is a mixed college, not a girls only.

I am ok with customs if they don't harm anyone, but the FGM certainly harms young girls in the UK and it also happens in the USA. A tv programme I saw on it was very distressing.

saltwn 09-29-2014 02:53 PM

Re: It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
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Originally Posted by Pretty Flamingo (Post 700719)
Female circumcision is not an Islamic practice, but cultural.
The same with the full burkha, that is also cultural rather than an Islamic doctrine.

A 16 year old girl who refuses to not wear the burkha (i.e., only her eyes are exposed), has been asked to leave a girls' school here in London. Quite right too as how can she be taught if her face isn't fully visible. Whilst out today I saw several girls in their lunch break from the local college in full length black burkhas. These would be 16 - 18 year olds. Strangely enough it is a mixed college, not a girls only.

I am ok with customs if they don't harm anyone, but the FGM certainly harms young girls in the UK and it also happens in the USA. A tv programme I saw on it was very distressing.

Burkha yeah but female circumcision is a crime against humans period. but yeah I think some of those head scarves are pretty they wear in America in fact its hard now to find just a regular square scarf anymore. the burkhas fine w me if they dont mind but kinda nuts for comfort and full vision I would think.

Pretty Flamingo 09-30-2014 08:27 AM

Re: It says something in a book I'm reading ...
 
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Originally Posted by saltwn (Post 700785)
Burkha yeah but female circumcision is a crime against humans period. but yeah I think some of those head scarves are pretty they wear in America in fact its hard now to find just a regular square scarf anymore. the burkhas fine w me if they dont mind but kinda nuts for comfort and full vision I would think.

I think it is strange that 16 year old girls wear the burkhas. I am not talking about pretty scarves here, but black coverings from head to toe, nothing of the face showing, with just a slit for the eyes. How are teachers supposed to teach when they cannot see the pupils' faces.


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