Jaha Dukureh talks about FGM, what it means to a woman and how you can help.
Jaha Dukureh talks about FGM, what it means to a woman and how you can help.
Three primary schools have been blown up in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. No one was in the buildings at the time of the explosions early on Thursday.
Read the rest: Schools Bombed in Pakistan
A Mullah Imam of a mosque was arrested in connection to the rape case of a 10-year-old girl in this province. According to local government officials, the Mullah Imam has been arrested and is in custody for further investigation.
The health condition of the victim has been reported critical and she has been hospitalized due to severe bleeding, the officials said.
Incidents involving rape of children is not rare in Afghanistan where violent assaults of women aren’t uncommon.
Read the rest: Muslim Mullah Investigated for Child Rape
Why is the U.S. National Park Service providing propaganda for Islam and its [lack of’] women’s rights?
“Islamic School, Part 1” starts from 3:24 about women’s rights.
Here’s the text from the video:
“People think that Islam oppresses women and there’s no equality, but they’re wrong – there’s equity… 7th century A.D. Islam gave women the right to be involved in politics, the right to earn and keep her own money. Islam gave women the right to work outside of the home, Islam gave women the right to own property, Islam gave women the right to divorce, Islam gave women the right to choose who she marries. Islam gave women a whole bunch of rights that Western women acquired later in the 19th and 20th centuries and we’ve had these rights since the 7th century A.D. and it’s just not acknowledged worldwide.”
So what is left out of the video which was taped at the AnNur Islamic School in Schenectady ? How about the Islamic doctrine and sharia law that says that the testimony of a woman in a court of law is only worth half of a man’s? Or that it is sacred doctrine that husbands can beat their wives? Or that the marriageable age for a Muslim girl is nine?
Here is more info on the lack of women’s rights in Islam.
No matter whom we are or where we are in the world, one cannot deny that human rights and civil liberty are the foremost, after politics, controversial subjects of discussion of our time. By all odds, the most debate-provoking topic in any human rights discourse is the issue of women’s rights. It is so because the nature of women’s rights demand holds compound societal dimensions that can bring about everlasting cultural effects on all people.
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In the Arab and Muslim countries, equal rights laws (where do exist) are either devoid or deactivated, mainly in the name of its inconsistency with Islamic laws and archaic societal traditions. However, in few Arab countries, like in Lebanon, for instance, where the constitution clearly affirms equality of all citizens. Nevertheless, in practice, most constitutional equal rights terms are vacated in favor of sectarian regulations, religious rules and hence male chauvinism.
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Arab penal laws still incorporate exonerative clauses of which domestic violence and the so-called honor crime are tolerated. While Arab legislative bodies are tuned out to realize that the lack of serious criminalization and penalization of crimes against women, such as marital rape, carnal abuse, sexual assault, sexual harassment and child marriage, is spreading the feel of fear, pain and injustice among half of Arab citizens—not to speak of the accompanying emotional distress and resentment.
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Under some disputed misinterpretations of many Muslim clerics, equal rights for women in the Arab law of land are seen to oppose Islamic teachings and traditions , since the text, in the short eyeshot of those Muslim sheikhdoms, points to the contrary: to the supremacy of men. Arab women have been indoctrinated and influenced, as of childhood, to live in the shadow of their male family members (fathers, brothers, husbands and their own adult sons), no matter of their individual qualities or education.
Read the rest here.
Unfortunately, the author (a Muslim man) doesn’t write mention the Koranic verse 4:34 that sacralizes wife beating by the eternal, irrevocable words of Allah. And here are other Islamic doctrinal problems for Muslim women who want gender equality.
But we’ve just read that most Muslim women have been indoctrinated to accept their inferiority and “to live in the shadow of their male family members.” How sad.
Well, it seems that it’s haram (not permitted) in Islamic doctrine.
Respect of women and their rights to their own body and whether or not they allow men to touch them is at the very core of this answer. Keep in mind, Allah is the one who knows best what he has created and what the needs and limits are for each of us.
Shaking hands (and touching) members of the opposite sex when closely related, is not permissable (sic) for Muslims according to the teachings of Islam.
Read more: Women and Men Can’t Shake Hands in Islam.
This little girl is very poised and eloquent. Listen to her story and remember child marriage is Sunnah, following the example of Mohammed marrying Aisha at six and consummating the marriage when she was nine. (h/t to Jihad Watch)
Five days before 9/11, a famous Norwegian social anthropologist (and Norway may well be the only nation on Earth where there is such a thing as a famous social anthropologist) instructed her countrywomen that the way to bring down the high number of rapes – most of which, even way back then, were already being committed by “non-Western immigrants” – was for them to stop dressing in a manner that Muslim men found provocative. Norway, she lectured, was steadily becoming “a multicultural society,” and Norwegian women, if they didn’t want to wind up being brutally ravished in an alleyway by some Pakistani gang, should choose their wardrobes appropriately. Period.
That anthropologist, whose name is Unni Wikan, didn’t score any points that day for heroically championing women’s equality, but she was, at least, being honest. The rise in rapes in Norway – as throughout Western Europe – was almost entirely a product of Islamic immigration. That was a fact she didn’t attempt to disguise.
Then, however, came 9/11. And in the years since, there’s been a desperate effort by bien pensant types throughout Europe to deny that the ever-increasing incidence of rape on the continent has anything whatsoever to do with Islam. Some try to dismiss or explain away the numbers entirely; others grudgingly acknowledge them, while fiercely denying that there’s any Islamic connection at all; some, while admitting that a disproportionate number of rapists are immigrants, attempt to blame the problem on ethnic European racism, the idea being that immigrants grow so frustrated over their mistreatment that they resort to rape.
All of which is absurd to anyone who’s remotely aware of Islam teachings about sex and of the high incidence of rape in Muslim societies that is a direct consequence of those teachings. We’re talking about a religion that treats the male sex drive as a virtually holy phenomenon, and that allows men to have multiple marriages and divorce at will, even as it demands that females deny themselves even the most innocuous sorts of human contact in the name of preserving family honor – and that punishes a single infraction with death. In the view of Islam, when a man rapes an immodestly dressed woman, the rape isn’t his fault but hers; and when a Muslim rapes an infidel in the “House of War,” it’s recognized as a form of jihad. As forgiving as Islam is of virtually every imaginable heterosexual act that might be committed by a Muslim male, it’s equally unforgiving of a Muslim woman who happens to be caught alone, doing nothing whatsoever, with a male who’s unrelated to her, or who, for that matter, commits the inexcusable sin of being raped.
Read the rest of Bruce Bawer’s excellent article here.
Islamic extremists have kidnapped two Filipina Muslim filmmakers in the southern Philippines as they were working on a movie about the area’s impoverished residents, authorities and a friend of the victims say.
Members of the Abu Sayyaf group, which frequently kidnaps locals and foreigners in the south to extort ransoms, abducted the sisters as they were visiting strife-torn Jolo island on Saturday, said military officials on Monday.
“There were armed men who flagged their vehicle down and abducted them and took them to their hideout,” said Jolo Marine commander Colonel Jose Cenabre.
He said the women’s companions identified the leader of the kidnappers as Ninok Sapari, head of an Abu Sayyaf faction known for abducting local residents for ransom.
So far, there are no reports on the demands of the kidnappers, he added.
Linda Bansil, 35 and her sister, Nadjoua, 39, had been working on a film about Muslim coffee-growers in Jolo when they were taken, said Ledrolen Manriquez, chief of the Peace and Conflict Journalism Network, to which the women belong.
Read the rest: Islamists Kidnap Filipina Filmmakers
“The next thing you know, they’re in someone’s home who is requiring this of them for a safe place to sleep and from there the dark path begins,” said Melinda Giovengo, Executive Director of YouthCare.
It happened to a 16-year-old girl in West Seattle. She was kicked out of her house and a friend said she could stay with her and 32-year-old Yussuf Abdulle at an apartment in the 8400 block of Delridge Way SW.
Investigators said Abdulle made the girls have sex with different men three to seven times a day and drugged them with marijuana, ecstasy and methamphetamine. The victim told police Abdulle would sleep near the door of the apartment with a gun and told her there would be a price to pay if she tried to leave.
“Guns, beatings, the stories are pretty horrific of what happens to these young people to keep them under the control of these monsters,” Giovengo said. “Our biggest efforts have to be in preventing how young people end up in that situation.”
Read more: Seattle Muslim Accused of Pimping Teen Girls
Terrorizing and raping Kafir girls is permitted when a Muslim makes jihad. Just ask the British and Swedish girls! For an in-depth understanding of this terror tactic, read JihadWatch’s Islam is Cause of Grooming and Rape Wave.
An unemployed and homeless man beat his sister-in-law with a dumbbell bar and cut her throat leaving her to bleed to death in the arms of her young children – out of shame at his lack of ‘status’ in the community.
Foyez Ahmed, 31, flew into a rage and beat 38-year-old Razu Khan before slashing her throat with a kitchen knife, severing her wind pipe and blood vessels, and fleeing the family home.
He was starting a life sentence in jail today, ordered to serve a minimum 22 year prison term at Manchester Crown Court after pleading guilty to murder.
Bangladeshi Ahmed, who had no job, no money, no home and no prospect of marriage, had tried to ‘calm himself down’ by consulting the Koran, but ‘lost it’ after believing that Mrs Khan had laughed at him.
Three of Mrs Khan’s four children and her 13-year-old niece were upstairs when Ahmed attacked her and were alerted to what had happened by her screams.
Her 13-year-old daughter held her hand as she lay dying on the sofa while her 17-year-old son tried in vain to revive her.
She died in hospital from her injuries.