* The Islamo-nightmare is getting more absurd by the day:
* In Australia we now have Muslim ‘leaders’ demanding government help (taxpayers money) to tackle Muslim men who beat their wifes. But what these ‘Muslim leaders’ are not telling us, is that wife-beating is deeply rooted in the Islamic belief system, as we can see here:
Qur’an 4:34 tells men to beat their disobedient wives after first warning them and then sending them to sleep in separate beds. It is worth noting how several translators render the key part of this verse, ÙˆÙŽØ§Ø¶Ù’Ø±ÙØ¨ÙÙˆÙ‡ÙÙ†Ù‘ÙŽ, waidriboohunna.
Pickthall: “and scourge them”
Yusuf Ali: “(And last) beat them (lightly)”
Al-Hilali/Khan: “(and last) beat them (lightly, if it is useful)”
Shakir: “and beat them”
Sher Ali: “and chastise them”
Khalifa: “then you may (as a last alternative) beat them”
Arberry: “and beat them”
Rodwell: “and scourge them”
Sale: “and chastise them”
Daryabadi: “and beat them”
Asad: “then beat them”
Pickthall, Yusuf Ali, Al-Hilali/Khan, Shakir, Sher Ali, Khalifa, Daryabadi and Asad are Muslims.
* Are their translations all incorrect?
Thanks to Mullah:
MUSLIM leaders want to enlist the federal Government to a campaign to tackle men in their community who distort Islamic culture to justify bashing their wives and children.
Female Muslim leader Aziza Abdel-Halim, who accused Islamic clerics of hushing up abuse to protect male members of their mosques, is planning a coalition of men and women to raise awareness of domestic violence.
A burka comes in handy for some…
Community leaders yesterday warned that victims were being held captives in their own homes by abusive husbands and in some cases reporting to Islamic social services with broken arms, cuts and bruises.
Sister Abdel-Halim, a senior member of the Howard government’s Muslim advisory board and president of the Muslim Women’s National Network Australia, said the coalition would be set up this year to lobby the Government for assistance.
“There’s wife beating, there’s children beating,” she said.
“Some of them go to the extent of forbidding the woman to leave the house.
“It is a real problem. And as long as people keep hushing it up and sweeping it under the carpet … nobody knows about it, nobody is prepared to do anything about it, even the imams.”
Sydney psychiatrist Tanveer Ahmed said some victims felt helpless because when they sought the advice of their imam, rather than social services, the cleric often sided with the abuser. “Very rarely would you get the imam trying to punish the man,” he said. “They’ll see it more as, if not culturally appropriate, then culturally understandable.”
* Dhimmi Damage Control: “Domestic violence affects all communities,”
The Victorian executive officer of the Immigrant Women’s Domestic Violence Service, Diana Orlanda, said there was no evidence Muslim women were at greater risk than other Australians. “Domestic violence affects all communities,” she said. “However, in non-English-speaking background communities, they experience greater barriers to intervention and help because of language difficulties.”
Dr Ahmed said the main distinguishing factor of domestic violence within the Muslim community was that the abusers were not under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Instead they were driven by a cultural belief of upholding their honour.*
* No. They are being ‘good Muslims’
“They view wives and daughters as an extension of their honour and when they deviate from what they would view as accepted … they see it as an undermining of their own status,” he said.
* Yes they do. And they kill them if they don’t obey.
*Islamo-‘logic’ at work: these people will soon have the bomb…!
CNSNews.com) – Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who rules over a nation where men are allowed to have four permanent wives and as many “temporary” wives as they like, declared in a recent lecture to Iranian students that Iran honors women, while the West abuses them.
The ayatollah said one indication of this is that women in Iran are forced to wear the hijab — clothing that covers much or all of a woman’s head, face and body — while women in the West are not forced to wear it.
In the West’s “sensationalism concerning women’s affairs, they blame us by saying: You have made hijab compulsory,” the ayatollah said in a January 3 lecture to a conference of Iranian students. “They themselves have made lack of hijab compulsory.”