There is no ambiguity in the Quran, the life of Muhammad, or Islamic law as to the inferiority of women to men despite the effort of modern-day apologists to salvage Western-style feminism from scraps and fragments of verses that have historically yielded no such progressive interpretation.
Radical Islam has reared its ugly head in the U.S., and now is the time to finally declare it the real enemy we are facing and develop a strategy to put this evil ideology to bed before any more innocent people lose their lives.
When the left can’t win the debate they either walk away or go for an emotional angle. Oh, they’re sad about something and the rest of us have to stop in our tracks.
The poll makes her sad. So we have to allow an incompatible way of life to overwhelm ours so she won’t be sad?
The poll makes her sad. So we have to tolerate child marriage so she won’t be sad?
The poll makes her sad. So we have to allow Female Genital Mutilation so she won’t be sad?
The poll makes her sad. So we have to face an increased risk of terrorism so she won’t be sad?
When the left can’t win the debate they either walk away or go for an emotional angle. Oh, they’re sad about something and the rest of us have to stop in our tracks. Never mind they don’t actually back their argument up, the rest of us are supposed to stop making them sad by no longer presenting facts since the left can’t dispute them. What’s really sad though is how many on the left refuse to discuss the issues and arbitrarily dismiss the legitimate concerns people have.
As far as this not being ‘the Australia that they know’, they need to get out more and break away from their own little world where all agree without question and look at what’s really happening. Europe has refugees running out of control raping women and there are terrorists attacking them. And for those who say it can’t happen here, it already is. The Lindt Café siege in Sydney and the major crime wave hitting Melbourne is the proof.
The left can refuse to see what’s really happening and resort to walk-outs, excuses and name calling from a safe distance but it won’t stop the rest of us from addressing the real issues we’re facing.
Written by Sherry A. Lawfree
Reportedly, no less than 18 women in Saudi Arabia were elected to municipal councils in ballots held on December 12, 2015. It’s the first time women were allowed to stand for office or vote in the country’s history. Although the vote is a landmark for the ultra-conservative kingdom, its women’s daily lives remain severely restricted. Here are 12 things women in Saudi Arabia are still unable to do!
It has been called a security risk and a “flag of fundamentalism”, there have been calls to ban it and it has been associated with terrorism.
So what exactly is the burka? And why do some Muslim women wear it?
We reject this interpretation that the “hijab” is merely a symbol of modesty and dignity adopted by faithful female followers of Islam.