Pull her by the ear, beat her by hand or stick’: How the Islamic guide to a happy marriage advises husbands to treat their wives.
An Islamic ‘marriage guide’ book has sparked outrage – by advising men on the best ways to beat their wives. A Gift For Muslim Couple tells husbands that they should beat their wives with ‘hand or stick or pull her by the ears’. But the book has faced a backlash from moderate Muslims who claim that it encourages domestic violence.” Read more: here
“Encourages domestic violence”. . . ya’think?
The term “moderate” Muslim has always been a bit of a conundrum. What precisely doesn’t that mean? Only beat the little woman in months with an “r”? Or is beheading simply too messy for the “moderate” Muslim male?
Muzzammil Hassan, a “moderate” Muslim in New York, had a TV show on outrageous stereotyping of Muslim men. He was reportedly speaking out against such bigtory.… at least until he behead his wife IN the studio (story: here)
The lovely young, Muslim teen girls pictured on the left, were murdered by their father a couple of years ago in Irving, Texas. He was hidden by the ‘Muslim community’, yet to be brought to justice. He said, they were “too American”.
There are many reasons for Americans to rightly question Muslim and Islamic law and traditions. For the most part, they’re completely contrary to what America stands for. And yet, it’s us, the “peaceful” American who in continually maligned by the liberal press and blathering mouths on the Left, determined to put us in our place and tap down our ‘misguided’ views of Islam.
All foolishness, of course. At least to the clear thinking. If Muslim, and Islam in general, truly wants to be respected and viewed as “peaceful”, the problem is in their own backyard. Barbarian is, as barbarian does, and I see a lot of barbarism still transpiring in the murder of female Muslims. Hiding behind “honor killings” doesn’t fly in America. Nor beheading, stonings or beating the little wife.
Take a hint. This sort of behavior is wrong. It’s not endorse by God. Maybe it’s time to question your religion; question your beliefs. Find some real answers. . . if you truly seek, you will find.