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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Watch: Muslim teenager says women are just objects and should be treated as such

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A street interview with young Jordanians went viral on social media exposing the brutal repression of women in Arab society.
In Iran, which is known for its strict religious laws, women are not allowed to sing, dance, play, etc.
In many Arab countries Women are considered to be second-class citizens, Under Sharia law, all females must have a male guardian, typically a father, brother, husband or uncle. Girls and women are forbidden from traveling, conducting official business, or undergoing certain medical procedures without permission from their male guardians.
Human rights organizations, the EU and even the media are turning a blind eye to the brutal violation of women's rights throughout the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Sometimes the Left seems to care more about the image of Islam than human rights.
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2 comments:

  1. What takes place in another nation, is not our concern.
    What accepting immigrants from those nations will bring to the USA, must be our concern.

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  2. Sometimes? I'm thinking it is much more often than sometimes.

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