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Saturday, April 01, 2006

To Rape an Unveiled Woman

Although it may seem like a chicken or the egg question, it appears clear that the Muslim ideology is a deliberate contrivance to justify sadistic, violent behavior as somehow emanating from the Almighty God. Obviously, this disgraceful concept is not limited to Islam, as it has also spewed forth from Judaism and Christianity, as well as Hinduism and Buddhism to a lesser extent. The fact will remain that no good God could possibly be behind such vile and despicable behavior and that no such ideology, hiding behind the term "religion," should be respected in any way, shape or form. To do so is to spell the doom of liberty, peace and happiness worldwide. It is beyond immoral for someone to believe in a "divine creator" yet so wantonly abuse "his" creation. In any sane society, such behavior could only be considered evil, as it is in much of the world today. In places where such violent and sadistic attitude and behavior are not considered evil could only be deemed insane asylums full of Freddie Krueger wannabes.
To Rape an Unveiled Woman by Jamie Glazov: "The war character of this behaviour may become clearer from its archaic punishment perspective that has come out of use generally but survived in Islam until present times. During the Algerian independence war the freedom fighters used to publicly sodomize French officers in order to achieve the enemy's maximum degradation. The same applies to the woman as a possible internal enemy containing even a double danger: her alleged disobedience is a bio-political security risk for the Islamic entirety and her independent 'devilish' sexuality represents a religious blasphemy, contaminating male purity. Both have to be dealt with accordingly: beating, raping, torturing, stoning, and killing."

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