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Who should defend Muslim women's rights?

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali "has been" doing that. She says one should run away from Islam as soon as possible or something along the lines in her lengthy speech once where she also marveled at how hard it is to pray five times a day.

She also thinks that in order to reform Islam, Islam needs to forget the idea about the hereafter and she thinks the reason Muslim countries have problems is because they all concentrate so much on the hereafter instead of concentrating on this life.

I agree with some commentators who think she is not that stupid - she's outright lying.


Meanwhile, the majority of Muslims have not learned “to think for themselves” and are fearful of disagreeing with what the Prophet Muhammad said, she claimed.

The Democrats’ response to Omar’s comments about Jews – passing a resolution denouncing anti-Semitism, among many other hatreds – plays right into the hands of the Islamists, according to Ali.  “What they are saying is they are against all hatreds … there’s nothing exceptional about anti-Semitism,” she said. “This has allowed Omar and another Palestinian activist congresswoman from Michigan to say this is the first time the United States passed a resolution against Islamophobia.”

She also expressed admiration for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who she thinks should get the Nobel Prize for his effectiveness in defending his people.  Her advice to Israel was: “Stop acting like a battered wife” and trying to please those who attack you. “Speak the language of power, otherwise there’s no point in creating a state of your own.… Tell the world to suck it up.”


A person who wants to reform Islam becomes quickly a non-Muslim. That's understandable. But a woman who wants to change her position in society, within Islam, quickly can become not only a bad Muslim but a bad woman, bad wife, bad daughter, bad sister and a bad mother.

Who should defend Muslim women's rights?

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1 hour ago, Aragaia said:

Who should defend Muslim women's rights?

Every person should defend Muslims women's right. For my part, it doesn't matter what their faith is. I believe it is incumbent on every good person to protect each other and those who can't protect or defend themselves.


I also think this segues nicely into another thread that got virtually no traffic,


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