Unbelievable Rubbish! Aka: “God called… He really would like his religion back!”

Hello Skinlovers!

Read this and weep!

 

And some of you wonder why Islam is looked upon as a religion for ignorant, violent, illiterate, and sick bastards?  Well! Now you will know!

I guess our track record so far is Abysmal… 

http://yasater.d1g.com/main/show/4010654

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/rape-impossible-in-marriage-says-muslim-cleric-2106161.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1320815/Sheikh-Maulana-Abu-Sayeed-UK-sharia-law-leader-says-theres-thing-rape-marriage.html

Let’s see how we are doing so far:

1) It is okay to marry an under-age girl.

2) You can force a girl to marry her rapist.

3) It’s okay to kill gays.

4) You can go ahead and rape your wife, since there is no rape in marriage.

5) In order for a woman to be able to work with a co-worker who isn’t her brother she should breast feed him…

6) If you were raped it is your fault and you must be flogged for getting into a car with a guy. 

Hmmm, need I continue?

People, until when are we goin to be under the control of these monsters… 

Wake up and smell the reformation!

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8 Responses to Unbelievable Rubbish! Aka: “God called… He really would like his religion back!”

  1. shufimafi says:

    True… but have also seen the net result of some of these stories in the UK and it can lead to fear, and hate and racism… they condemn, perhaps rightly, without trying to understand. Also enlightened liberalism back home has created some horrors as well, but no where near as physical, and more more subtle and unseen. My two cents 🙂

    • descantia says:

      Unfortunately what the guy is saying goes as truth as far as religion is concerned, because according to the orders of the rules set down by the prophet, a wife must never say no to her husband.

      The problem is these clerics go by the rule of precedence and since it was said so it must be. Without considering that times have changed since the original ruling was made.
      Also what a lot of these clerics are forgetting (I will use upper case here to stress my point):

      WHEN YOU ARE LIVING IN A COUNTRY THAT IS NOT ISLAMIC< IT IS YOUR DUTY TO OBEY THEIR LAWS AND TO FI INTO THEIR CULTURE< WHICH MEANS THEY SHOULD NOT CHANGE THEIR LAWS TO SUIT YOU BUT THAT YOU SHOULD ADAPT TO THEIR LAWS< SOCIAL NORMS & CULTURE & WITH NO EXCEPTIONS!

      The idea of clerics saying that rape is okay is disturbing, but so are a lot of fatwas coming out of the Azhar and Saudi and other weird places…

      This sort of puts another nail in the coffin to the idea that Islam respects women, unfortunately it doesn't maybe at the time when it arrived it was ground-breaking and forward, because after all female babies were buried alive., but that was then and this is now, now is the time for reform and to bring our religion up to speed.

      There are too many idiots running around spreading a twisted warped version of our religion, and we have to put a stop to that.

  2. kinziblogs says:

    I think most people who know a Muslim wouldn’t go as far as your first paragraph, as they would choose to allow that friend to represent Islam for them, and believe the best.

    I know my Muslim friends are tired of apologising for the excesses of extremist Islamism. Tired of being connected to the madness…

    But I don’t think the West is looking for apology, which would imply personal or collective guilt, but condemnation, as you have here, Walid. I am glad you have done this. I get tired of condemning the sins of the Fathers, but if I don’t, people could think that there is an acceptance of child sexual abuse in the church. Silence can be interpreted as being complicit in both cultures, and Eastern silence can be deafening.

    The Eastern concept of denying and covering up rubbish and Western of exposing it ad nauseum are colliding. Eastern shame-avoidance can be construed as acceptance by the West, which adds volume to the shrillness of the cry to expose.

    John, I often wonder if more Muslim writers like Walid would stand up and call it rubbish, than Western media wouldn’t be breaking stories of Eastern shame. The East could then create it’s own narrative, rather than react to one created for it.

    • descantia says:

      The reason it is looked down upon as that, is mainly that we are represented by these people they are the ones who are making fatwas left and right, and they are so infuriating because you dare question them and they scream heresy, apostasy, & blasphemer at you, and then you sweetly answer really and since when are you God’s representative on earth, last I knew it was my ancestor and then nada!

      But you cannot really blame them, they are after all quoting and re-affirming what is there, and as regards the rape issue, it is literally said (and I will have to be a bit vulgar here sorry Kinzi but I am translating and it is written in the Ayah of the cow/ Souret al Bakara): ” Your womens vaginas are your fields so plough/go to them whenever YOU want.” Meaning the man has the right to take the woman whenever he wants. So much for the “equality” and “respect” for women in Islam.
      Again I repeat no wonder we are looked down upon.

      • descantia says:

        Unfortunately this Soura is the text that they used to interpret the
        the idea that a man can do as he will whenever he wants to…
        And those who argue otherwise can take it up with the clerics not me, just referring to their own texts.

  3. descantia says:

    Unfortunately what the guy is saying goes as truth, as far as religion is concerned, because according to the orders of the rules set down by the prophet, a wife must never say no to her husband.

    The problem is these clerics go by the rule of precedence and since it was said so it must be. Without considering that times have changed since the original ruling was made.
    Also what a lot of these clerics are forgetting (I will use upper case here to stress my point):

    WHEN YOU ARE LIVING IN A COUNTRY THAT IS NOT ISLAMIC< IT IS YOUR DUTY TO OBEY THEIR LAWS AND TO FI INTO THEIR CULTURE< WHICH MEANS THEY SHOULD NOT CHANGE THEIR LAWS TO SUIT YOU BUT THAT YOU SHOULD ADAPT TO THEIR LAWS< SOCIAL NORMS & CULTURE & WITH NO EXCEPTIONS!

    The idea of clerics saying that rape is okay is disturbing, but so are a lot of fatwas coming out of the Azhar and Saudi and other weird places…

    This sort of puts another nail in the coffin to the idea that Islam respects women, unfortunately it doesn't maybe at the time when it arrived it was ground-breaking and forward, because after all female babies were buried alive., but that was then and this is now, now is the time for reform and to bring our religion up to speed.

    There are too many idiots running around spreading a twisted warped version of our religion, and we have to put a stop to that.

  4. shufimafi says:

    Wow Kinzi would love to read more about this:

    The Eastern concept of denying and covering up rubbish and Western of exposing it ad nauseum are colliding. Eastern shame-avoidance can be construed as acceptance by the West, which adds volume to the shrillness of the cry to expose.

    I agree with following too:

    There are too many idiots running around spreading a twisted warped version of our religion, and we have to put a stop to that.

    But would argue that certain journalists are now and again doing the same! It strikes me that the fatwa clerics and the politicians banning minarets and veil’s need each other very much. The problem is i can only really talk on my experiences of how Islam is perceived…. i suppose I’ve never really had any substantial experience of it (Qur’an knowledge very poor which is sad).

    The priest abuse scandal is an interesting example – it came on TV once at my girlfriends house and i remember wanting to curl up with embarrassment and disgust (and little bit of sadness too).

    Perhaps the world religions are just reallllly bad at recruitment! :-p

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