Friday, January 04, 2008

Al Qaida definition of women: n. movable personal property; slaves

Al Qaida definition of Female: n. (law) chattel; movable personal property; slave.

This is not news to M.E. see Her Husband Forgot to Say "Simon Says, Blow Up Now"
Some Muslima (women) are no longer falling for Wahhabism's marginalized, female existence:
Did she outwit her husband?
(1) My husband detonated (his bomb).
(2) I tried to explode (my belt) but it wouldn't. I left, people fled running and I left running with them.
(3) Ali (husband) noticed my struggle and pushed me out of the ballroom in order not to attract attention before blowing himself up.

1/4/08, 7:05 PM EDT - Al-Qaida Uses Women As Suicide Attackers:
Because of Muslim cultural sensitivities, women can be excellent candidates for suicide attacks when there are no female security guards. Most Iraqis are conservative Muslims who believe physical contact is forbidden between women and men not related by blood or marriage. As a result, women are often allowed to pass through male-guarded checkpoints without being searched. In October, the U.S. Army trained 20 women to work as security guards in a Baghdad suburb after a female suicide bomber entered a nearby building without being searched. The article (dateline Baghdad) is of interest and worth reading.

In M.E.'s opinion, Muslims are a testament behind the rest of the world (perhaps 2 testaments behind polygamist Mormons) in their attitude toward women. Well, that is something 'moderate' Muslims and U.S. feminists must soon confront. By the way, the testaments to which I refer are not Christian scriptures per se, but timeless descriptions of universal morality necessary for bountiful progress and enlightenment. They are in sharp contrast, for instance, to the backward assassination of Bhutto.

All American Muslims, especially the highly placed (e.g. Keith Ellison, D-Minn.), celebrity 'converts' from Islam like Barack Obama, leaders and proteges of the U.S. women's rights movement, and their prominent sponsers (e.g. Hillary Clinton) have yet to deal with obvious disconnects between U.S. laws of the land and the practice of fundamentalist Islam. The day is coming.



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