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  1. Raped in Burma

    Salam aleykum, Brothers and sisters, please take a moment out of your days to learn about or remind yourself about the suffering of our Rohingya muslim brothers and sisters in Myanmar that are systematically being killed and oppressed by the extremist buddhist government and its soldiers. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/burma-rohingya-muslim-babies-children-slaughtered-knives-massacre-genocide-un-warns-a7561711.html "One mother recounted in the report how her five-year-old daughter was trying to protect her from rape when a man “took out a long knife and killed her by slitting her throat”, while in another case an eight-month-old baby was reportedly killed while his mother was gang-raped by five security officers." And... this is just from today: "Burma: 400 killed amid 'massacre' of Rohingya Muslims, army says" http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/urma-rohingya-muslims-killed-massacre-highlands-armed-forces-army-soldiers-terror-a7924411.html So many of these supposedly "muslims" from all over the world travelling to join daesh(la) over time, because they worry about the state of islam, where are these hypocrite takfiris now? They speak of shia death squads in Iraq who come and kill sunni muslims, what about these sunni muslims? Their care does not reach to Burma? May Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى curse all self serving hypocrites. Brothers and sisters, please share these poor oppressed peoples situation, nobody is going to care if nobody knows, why such silence on their state? Please pray for the faraj of our beloved Imam(ajf) and for the return of justice.
  2. salam We faced the world with the nudity culture and immorality so Which countries do you think have the greatest immoralities and which countries is more suitable to muslim life and comfortable to live in, in this sense?
  3. Salaam, Today I would like to speak about the Elephant Camel in the Room. As we know for approximately the past two decades (especially) Islam's media image has been filled with malaise. In today's world it is ever so easy to connect to the internet and digest information, in consequence it easy to presume that you have superior knowledge in certain subjects or area, Islam I believe is one of the least spared when it comes to pseudo intellectual trolls posting oh so very much one this religion. You know what I speak of, the Rapist,Raider,Pedo etc...Moon worshipper? Before losing track on the vast creativity, ignorance and hate filled garbage, I want to focus on a new emerging class some may have already seen it rear its ugly head, do you know what I speak of? I am speaking about the "Bourgeoisie, look at these Muslim apologists will they never learn ?" class. I hope everyone can debate together to deconstruct these arguments. It is vital given the situation and its rapid growth. thanks in advance! I will play Iblis's Advocate please join the conversation "haters" included Here are two sites I suggest before starting https://sites.google.com/site/islamicthreatsimplified/islamic-muslim-apologists--who-are-they http://www.***.org/Authors/Arlandson/ten_reasons.htm the below will be the first point this one nicks at me the most at the moment (it is pulled from the second site) I hope all can provide a clear defense. 4. Muhammad aggressively attacks Meccan caravans. A year or so after Muhammad’s Hijrah from Mecca to Medina in 622, he attacks Meccan caravans six times, and sent out a punitive expedition three-days away against an Arab tribe that stole some Medinan grazing camels (or cattle), totaling seven raids. W. Montgomery Watt, a highly reputable Western Islamologist who writes in favor of Muhammad and whose two-volume history of early Islam (Muhammad at Mecca (1953) and Muhammad at Medina(1956)) has won wide acceptance, tells us why geography matters: The chief point to notice is that the Muslims took the offensive. With one exception the seven expeditions were directed against Meccan caravans. The geographical situation lent itself to this. Caravans from Mecca to Syria had to pass between Medina and the coast. Even if they kept as close to the Red Sea as possible, they had to pass within about eighty miles of Medina, and, while at this distance from the enemy base, would be twice as far from their own base. (Muhammad at Medina, emphasis added, p. 2) It must be emphatically stated that the Meccans never sent a force up to the doorstep of Medina at this time—they did later on when they were fed up with Muhammad’s aggressions. It is true that the Meccans gathered forces to protect their caravans, but when Muhammad confronted them, they were many days’ journeys away from Medina, often more than eighty miles. (Medina and Mecca are around 200-250 miles from each other, taking seven to eleven days of travel by foot, horse, or camel.) Hence, two Muslim scholar-apologists are misleading when they assert that the caravans "passed through" Medina, adding that the Muslims haphazardly sought for whatever spoils they could get, whereas the Meccans mobilized for war (Isma’il R. al-Faruqi and Lois Lamya’al Faruqi, The Cultural Atlas of Islam, New York: Macmillan, 1986, 134). Rather, it is more accurate to say that the Muslims were aggressively harassing the Meccans. To complete the picture of expeditions, raids and wars in Muhammad’s life from 622 to 632, Watt totals up the number that Muhammad either sent out or went out on: seventy-four (Muhammad at Medina, pp. 2; 339-43). They range from negotiations (only a few compared to the violent expeditions), to small assassination hit squads, to the conquest of Mecca with 10,000 jihadists, and to the confrontation of Byzantine Christians (who never showed up), with 30,000 holy warriors to Tabuk (see below). For a fuller account of these six early aggressive attacks against Meccan caravans, go to this article, which explains more thoroughly why these attacks are not defensive. Thus, aggressive military violence sits at the heart of early Islam—in Muhammad’s life and in the Quran. Islam is therefore not the religion of peace Salaam,
  4. Against sexual harassment and rape. I think what Indians need to do is give compulsory martial arts training to their girls at least at the basic level so that if someone lays a hand on them they can hit back and escape. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/dec/01/sisters-fight-back-harassment-indian-bus
  5. Lack Of Morality

    For those who doubt the importance of religion should know that morality is from Allah through his prophets, from Adam to lot to Moses and Mohamed, it is meant to guide us towards a better life and a better society. This is an example of how disgusting and low atheists can go, they have no moral bounds to keep them or anyone safe. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2970362/Ex-policeman-lover-plotted-conceive-baby-abuse-share-paedophiles.html
  6. Firstly , i want to discuss something , that many people are abusing. I hear people saying things like 1- a man doesn't need consent to Marry a second wife (temporary or permanently) 2- a man can pressurise his wife/force her to have intercourse with him I just want to point out that just because there are some females out there wanting a sisterly wife , allowing a polygamous marriage to occur , not all do. And this can creat UNBELIEVABLE a fitna. If you force a female to accept that sort of marriage, jealousy & hate is bound to take place. You may selfishly say that jealousy and envy is HARRAM, but what is more harram than being the culprit of that jealousy? It's haram to make your wife jealous. It's painful for us females. In the Quran it says you may marry 4, but you have to treat them equally. However you won't even if you tried. Now what does that show? A man does have the ability to create equality financially amongst two wives , but never share that fair love. That's what the Quran is referring to. It's crazy how some people can be so oppressive to women. We cook . Clean. Our physical appearance starts to diminish , and you think that you can go away & get another wife , like we're some light bulbs that you replace when we wane This isn't justicious . It's very oppressive. What person wants to live this life . How can a person go & marry a second with a stupid intention of being fair, when he wasn't even fair to his first wife by not asking her for consent ?! & another thing. How can someone go and think that it's okay for him to rape his wife ! His wife ! We are taught to live peacefully & securely by wearing hijab . But then you turn around once you're married to a female & pressurise her or force her to have sex with you. I can't emphasise on how rape can traumatise ones life . One's psychology. If the penalty of raping a random girl is death, how can marital rape ever be justified? May Allah protect you women & men. That is all I have to say. I am disgusted by this. We are to disunited and it's so easy to become victims . I hear clerics TRYING to justify that sort of behaviour by saying , a man goes out for months to fight for his country, well it's sad because the females in that country are being mentally/verbally & physically abused. Imam Jafar Al Sadiq says- do not cheat the one's that trust you. Just because men are maintainers of women it doesn't mean you're the boss and were youre slave. It just means you're that physically built figure that can protect us and provide for us. Nothing more, nothing less. I just want you to think about that a really. Contemplate about the females that you've hurt with your spiteful words or actions. Why would you want to hurt the one who carried you or your child for 9 months, where heaven lies under feet? Why would you want to hurt the one that opened the doors of heaven for your father or her father? I am really ashamed of this website , & inshallah I'll be leaving it. I can't believe rape culture still exists . We don't need sources to validate our rights when we see hijab symbolising our freedom & enables credibility... It's crazy. I don't want to be a part of any culture, the arab or whatever there is . - I have so much to say, but it just chokes me up , as I totally give up .
  7. AOA, I have a Question Regarding, if A Person Rape a virgin Girl, after rape girl got pregnent and birth a baby, After Birth of Baby a Man Said to marry with that girl is it allow in Shia Islam If yes let me know any Masomeen a.s Prophet Muhammad SAWW Hadith or any Quran Surah if not then also let me know all the Referencs, Its an serious Issue i don't find any answer any where. Thanks
  8. NEW DELHI: Indian right-wing party Shiv Sena Saturday said filing sexual assault charges has “become a fashion” in an article backing a police officer accused of rape. The hardline nationalist outfit — a key ally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government based in Maharashtra state — threw its support behind a senior state police officer who has been accused of rape by a model and questioned the victim's intentions. “Cases of charging men with molestation and rape in hi-fi (high) societies to create hype is on a rise now. It has almost become a fashion,” the hardline Hindu nationalist outfit wrote in its mouthpiece, “Saamana” (To Confront). “After he has served for so many years in the police force, one model now charges DIG (deputy inspector general) Sunil Paraskar with rape and in one night he becomes a villain. "Such accusations have become good weapons to seek personal revenge." It added that the Indian judicial system needed to “open its eyes” and protect the innocent because “all the laws in the country favour women so anyone can slap any charge against anyone”. The model who filed the rape complaint, and who cannot be named for legal reasons, hit out at the Shiv Sena article later Saturday. “This matter is in court, no-one should be commenting in sensitive matters like this without knowing all the facts,” the woman told national news agency Press Trust of India. India toughened sex assault laws following the fatal gang-rape of a student on a bus in New Delhi in December 2012 which sparked nationwide protests, but the move has done little to stem sex attacks against women. Last month the alleged rape of a six-year-old girl in a school triggered a series of street protests by angry parents and political activists over the lack of safety for women and children in the country. http://www.dawn.com/news/1122847/shiv-sena-calls-rape-charges-a-fashion
  9. Reporting Rape.

    (salam) I have heard that a woman won't be able to report a rape incident if there wasn't 4 male witnesses. Is this true. Please provide sources.
  10. Salam, Brothers and sisters, after seeing the thread on sexual assault and after reading a thread on having mutah sexual relationship with someone, but later abandoning him due to family pressure and in favor of a permanent husband: Sisters: How do those who have suffered through the sexual assault (minor, major, touching or brushing by a stranger in a public transport etc), face the consequences? Sisters: What kind of psychological issues you face later? (E.g. do you start distrusting all males?) Sisters: How you cope with the mental pain or psychological trauma? Sisters: Would you ever be telling this to your spouses (esp husbands) now or in future? Future husbands: how would you react if you hear of this happened to your wife before you both married? Future husbands: how would you react if you hear about it of your fiancée who is not your wife yet? I'm sort of mixing the issues, but basically what happens when you or a loved one goes through consensual (halal but society looks down on it) or forced sexual relationship?
  11. New evidence emerging from recently captured areas from where saudi funded FSA Salafis/Wahabis are on the run. Victorious SAA personnel found corpses of young women and children which were raped by Al-Nusra members after they were killed.
  12. This pagan society of Hindus has totally lost all its human side. They are in so need of Islam for their salvation. Gang-rape in India: An adventure you can get away with? Dec 22, 2012 http://www.firstpost.com/india/gang-rape-in-india-an-adventure-you-can-get-away-with-566260.html Gang rapes and other sex crimes against women in India are being committed with such brazenness that they seem to originate with the thought that it is easy to get away after the crime. Brutal rapes are taking place with such frequency and in such a variety of ways that rapes have become the sole focus of our attention in the context of crimes against women. In the process, India has become blind to the vast, organised racket of human trafficking of minors and young women for the sex trade. When Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde says that “as a father of three daughters,” he is interested in getting a deterrent punishment for rapists, or that, “…It could happen to my daughters also,” he is essentially reflecting the deep insecurity over the safety and security of young women in the country. While speaking to reporters outside Parliament in Delhi on December 20, Shinde said that the horrific gang-rape and assault of a Delhi student in a moving bus on Sunday night could not be allowed to be forgotten as another statistic. “How can we forget it…It could happen to my daughters also,” he remarked. As has been seen in numerous incidents of gang rape, including the most recent Delhi crime, the presence of a male companion is no longer a deterrent for the rapists. They simply overpower and assault the man and proceed with their original plan of rape, as witnessed in Delhi, Bangalore or Pune. Barely two months ago, a group of 7-8 men raped a 21-year-old student at the prestigious National Law School in Bangalore after thrashing her male friend. The incident took place at night in a forested area of the Bangalore University campus. According to the police, the six persons who were later arrested in connection with the crime were roaming in the vast campus that night to cut sandalwood trees illegally. Within a fortnight of this incident, on October 6, Bangalore newspapers reported the rape of three bar girls by a group of about nine men in the outskirts of the city. In this case, the presence of three security guards at the house in Jnanajyothi Nagar didn’t help as the alleged rapists, who were armed, forced the guards into a room and then took the three girls to another to commit the crime. One of the girls was taken to another house and sexually assaulted. The criminals, who came at around midnight, forced the women to strip and shot their videos on mobile phones, said a victim. In September this year, a BPO cab driver from Pune and his friend, both in their 20s, were sentenced to death in connection with the rape and murder of a Wipro BPO employee in 2007. The young woman was new to Pune and was clueless about the direction in which the car was moving. After the heinous crime in the middle of the night, the cab driver continued with his job of picking up other employees at the Wipro call centre. The drugging-rape-and-filming of women in the nude or during the sexual act has become a very common strategy of rapists – be they collegians or grown up men. The first time that such a modus operandi surfaced was in the Jalgaon sex scandal of 1994 – an organised racket of rape and sexual exploitation of scores of minors and young girls who were befriended, drugged, sexually assaulted, filmed and photographed. This visual record was then used to blackmail the girls into submitting repeatedly over a period ranging from five years to a decade. A number of local politicians and businessmen were accused of being a part of this exploitation although many could not be convicted due to weak evidence. In 2000, a Congress leader and the prime accused in the case, Pandit Omkar Sapkale, was acquitted after four years in jail on grounds of weak evidence. There have been many variants of young girls being sedated with laced drinks and then gang-raped, as happened in September in Delhi when a 16-year-old girl was tricked by her brother’s friend. After luring her to come to his house to meet his sister, the schoolgirl was offered a soft drink laced with sedatives and taken to another house where she was raped by two persons. The entire act was filmed and the girl was warned that the video would be circulated if the sexual assault was revealed. To show that they were serious, the young men actually sent the video to some friends as an MMS clip. This was when the victim’s father learnt of the MMS and filed a case with the police, although the girl had remained silent. Just as some sensational crimes are inspired by the thrill that is experienced in movies or novels, it is time to investigate whether the widespread acceptance of pornography in Indian society is inspiring the series of group sex crimes across India. Studies in the US by researchers Dolf Zillmann of Indiana University and Jennings Bryant of The University of Alabama on continued exposure to pornography showed that it desensitizes people to rape as a criminal offence. According to them, massive exposure to pornography “encourages a desire for increasingly deviant materials which involve violence, like sadomasochism and rape.” Another study by researcher Victor Cline from the University of Utah claimed that men who are addicted to pornographic materials “begin to desire more explicit or deviant material, and end up acting out what they have seen.” Research by Charles Keating of Citizens for Decency Through Law, showed that 77% of child molesters of boys and 87% of child molesters of girls “admitted imitating the sexual behavior they had seen modeled in pornography.” Anti-pornography activists in the US also cite the case of Michigan state police detective Darrell Pope who found that of the 38,000 sexual assault cases in Michigan during 1956-1979, in 41% of the cases pornographic material was viewed just prior to or during the crime.” They also cite the view of psychotherapist David Scott who found that “half the rapists studied used pornography to arouse themselves immediately prior to seeking out a victim.” The problem in India stands compounded because law enforcement is weak and you can commit a variety of crimes and get away with it, most of the times, even if you are neither rich nor powerful. Although the high and mighty also get booked and hauled up from time to time, the situation in general is that you can bribe your way through or use political influence if hauled by some authority for a violation. The general perception is that you can commit a crime and get away with it, all the more if you are in a gang. The clamour for capital punishment or chemical castration of rapists in the wake of the brutality in the Delhi rape case is certainly justified. However, this is more like treating the symptom than the disease. Treating the disease would mean strengthening the law enforcement machinery and ensuring speedy trials so that everyone begins to respect the law.
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