Resistance to minarets: “counterproductive”. Resistance to clit-cutting: counterproductive. Resistance to the freedom sack: counterproductive. Resisting Islam and its profit Muhammad is -you guessed it- “counterproductive”. In fact, any resistance Â to Islam & the Muselmaniacs causes wars and the infidels are responsible for them.
Unbelievers who stand in the way, creating obstacles for the da’wa, are blamed for this state of war, for the da’wa can be pursued peacefully if others submit to it. Don’t believe me? Check with Muslim scholar Bassam Tibi ….
By VERONIKA OLEKSYN /Associated Press
An extensive draft resolution presented at the end of the two-day conference called for programs to promote the education of Muslim girls and women and said every mosque should have a female contact person for women’s issues.
It also expressed concern about a Swiss referendum late last year to ban the construction of new minarets and stressed that the practicing of Islam encompasses the respect of people from other religions or who hold different world views.
“Muslims don’t want to be seen as a problem but rather as part of the solution for modern challenges,” the document said.
Can you guess what kind of solution that is?
The laws proposing bans on face-covering veils give the impression there is a need to restrict Muslims because there is “something dangerous” about them and that they don’t respect women’s rights and need to be taught, Baghajati said. This, she added, brings up the divisive “we” and “them” notion that Muslims in Europe are trying to overcome.
A discussion within the Muslim community has helped keep the number of women dressing this way in Europe to a minimum, she said.
“This inner-Muslim discussion helps that we have very, very (few) women wearing these kind of clothes.”
Famile Fatma Arslan, a Dutch lawyer and fellow conference participant, warned that the bans, if approved, could backfire.
“By creating a ban, you’re not being preventive but you’re being regressive,” she said. “If you raise children and say ‘this is something you shouldn’t do,’ my kid, or my kids, or my nephews are doing it.”
Instead, Arslan added, the focus should be more on the empowerment and education of Muslim women.