UN Advisor: Women are equal, except when they're not….

 Islam gives same rights to women as men, UN advisor says

You just gotta treat beat them equally…..

And no one, not one person in this ridiculously pathetic organization takes her on over her blatant lies:

Islam gives the same rights to women as men, which is contrary to the image in Westerners’ minds about a woman’s status in Islam, Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General Nafis Sadik told the Anatolia news agency on Friday. Women have the right to divorce in marriage, and Islam defends the rights of women, Sadik asserted. (Source)

It may be worth remembering a Hadith which ascribes to Mohammed the following statement:

“If I were to command anyone to prostrate before another, I would command women to prostrate themselves before their husbands, because of the special right over them given to husbands by Allah” (Sunan Ibn Dawud, Hadith 876, narr. Qays Ibn Sa’d.

Women are like domestic animals:

 Treat women well, for they are [like] domestic animals (‘awan) with you and do not possess anything for themselves. You have taken them only as a trust from God, and you have made the enjoyment of their persons lawful by the word of God, so understand and listen to my words, O people. I have conveyed the Message, and have left you with something……

Today’s offerings from the Religion of Peace:

Iraq: Attempts to strengthen laws protecting women “have gone nowhere”

The most stubborn source of resistance to reforms against domestic violence in Muslim countries is the invocation of chapter and verse from the Qur’an. In Qur’an 4:34, Allah says a man can hit (yes, hit) his wife if he fears disobedience from her. Yes, domestic violence occurs in the West, but it is illegal, and it is condemned as a backward and abhorrent practice that must be obliterated, not regulated or managed.

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Meanwhile, in Islamic countries, at the risk of contradicting Allah, self-styled reformers must try to split hairs about translations and propose limitations on how hard a man can hit, or emphasize the notion that hitting is a “last resort” while leaving the principle of the matter untouched: at the end of the day, Allah says Muslim men can hit their wives.

And so they do, among other accepted abuses in the Muslim world, such as “triple-talaq” divorce and marital rape. “Hopes dim to change Iraq laws to protect women,” by Bushra Juhi for the Associated Press, October 11.

Fartwa on Jihad includes women:

 “…at times of general mobilization, such as when the enemy is seeking to invade a Muslim land, then it becomes an individual obligation (fard ‘ayn) on every single Muslim who is able to fight…”

Truth be told: 

Child Marriage in the Quran

2 thoughts on “UN Advisor: Women are equal, except when they're not….”

  1. In spite of all these stories about the brutality and savagery of Islam there are shills for Islam like Paul Goodman who wrote this article at the Spectator. An excerpt is here. The disconnect is amazing. Does this guy move around UK with his mind closed.
    “For anyone trying to follow the journey begun by Abraham, conversion to Islam should recommend itself with compulsive force. It’s the most plausible of the three religions that look back to him.
    Near the root of Judaism is the conviction that a single people are chosen by God — a people, moreover, who are hard to join. At the core of Christianity is the belief that a man was God and rose from the dead. Both claims seem to spit in the face of reason. Isn’t it an offence against justice to assert that God specially favours one people in particular? Isn’t it an affront to common sense to hold that a baby was divine, and that a dead man walked from a cold tomb?
    For most of its history Islam has been the most relaxed of the three faiths. It neither aches for the coming of a Messiah nor announces that outside the Church there is no salvation. It offers monotheism for all — a kind of Judaism for the masses. A more profound film about Islam than Geert Wilders’s could be titled not Fitna, but Fitra — namely, man’s primordial disposition, which is made for God. The path to paradise isn’t closed by original sin. Rather, it remains open, but man strays from it in heedlessness and forgetfulness. In doing so, he turns his face from tawhid — from the divine unity. So God sends prophets to nudge man back to the straight path. Mohammed was the last of them — not God, like the Jesus of Christianity, but the best of all creation. I write of conversion to Islam, but what takes place, rather, is reversion — a return to man’s natural religion”. There is more at:

  2. When we were kids we marvelled at the fantasy coming from the mind of C.H. Lewis. We could tell the difference between reality and fantasy then.
    But as I look around the world at what is happening, the utter insanity, I wonder if Lewis was actually a prophet of sorts.
    The world is no longer sane; it is now “A Nightmare on Mecca Street”.

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