Second to none

In the 21st century, women’s rights should not be crippled by Islamic laws


Second to none
by Jahanshah Rashidian

As a proposition of the Socialist International in 1910, International Women's Day (March 8) was celebrated for the first time in many industrial nations. It demanded the right to vote and to hold public office, right to work, to vocational training and to an end to discrimination on the job.

Since then, the International Women's Day is commemorated and is a national holiday in communist countries. It symbolises a long struggle of all women on all continents, with different ethnics, religions, cultures and social classes, who have been deprived from the equal right with men.

International Women's Day is a symbol of women as integral partner-makers of history. It is a denial of all form of religious gender discrimination considering women less worthy than men. The day is rooted in the historical struggle against the Dark Ages of European Church, a demand for "liberty, equality, fraternity" during the French Revolution.

The International Women's Day has assumed a new global dimension for women in developed and developing countries alike. Nevertheless, the growing international political Islam, which has been strengthened by the IRI, is a new serious barrier in the way. Today, despite many coordinated efforts in the world, the international community along with the United Nations practically ignore the fate of hundreds of millions of women who are the conscious or unconscious victims of Islamist misogyny. Today, we know that the struggle for the equality, justice, peace, democracy, secularism and development is not separated from a global struggle against Islamomisogyny.

While 8 March was a secular symbol against the Catholic Church, is now becoming a worldwide struggle against the misogyny of Islamic mosque. Today, the horrendous shadow of Islamomisogyny has spread its wings over our society.

According to the World Health Organization, 85 million to 115 million girls and women have undergone some form of female genital mutilation; this practice is carried out in many Islamic countries, including 28 African countries, despite the fact that it is outlawed and condemned by the international community. More than 90% of women in Egypt suffer from this practice.

In a number of countries, women who have been raped are sometimes killed by their own families to preserve the family's honour. Honour killings as a legacy of Islamic traditions have been reported in Jordan, Pakistan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and other Persian Gulf countries.

Rape as a means of humiliation, confession and torture has been used against women in Iranian political prisons. Rape of non-Muslims before execution is systematically committed-- Zahra Kazemi, an Iranian-Canadian Journalist, was a known example among many others.

Since 1979, the installation of the Islamic regime in Iran, a very fast growing majority of the Iranian women identified as "bad- hijab" (mal-veiled) are, in their day-to-day lives, suffering from the atrocity of pro-IRI’s fanatics and recently from the organised Islamic “Morality Police”. Since then, not a day has passed without attack, physical assault, arrest, acid throwing, harassment and psychological pressure of women in Iran. The Islamic Republic of Iran has clearly specified that, for women, no other sort of dress is acceptable except the Islamic hijab.

The first public demonstration of Iranian women was short after the Iranian revolution. On 7, 3, 1979, on the eve of International Women’s Day, Khomeini decreed that all women employed by the government must wear the “chador” (an all-enveloping black veil), an extension of four walls of the home.

Thousands of women filled the streets in protest. For three days they marched and rallied; on the third day staged a sit-in at the Palace of Justice, demanding a legal guarantee for their right to choose what to wear and where to work, at home and in society at large.

The women were attacked by Khomeini’s supporters, armed with knives, who cursed them, yelling “Wear your head or get your head rapped.” They stood at windows along the parade route and exposed their genitals: “This is what you want, you whores!”

And, the last time Iranian women celebrated International Women's Day was peacefully in front of Iranian parliament on 8, March, 2007. Morality Police attacked a gathering of some 700 women's rights activists and hit them, while security forces arrested a number of them.

The above examples of women's rights in Iran show that International Women’s Day is not tolerated by the misogynistic IRI. Furthermore, contrary to IRI’s factions which claim that women and men have equal rights, opportunities and responsibilities in all aspects of life, a gap remains between their allegations and the reality of women's rights. Many obstacles from the traditional influences cannot be removed in the framework of Islam.

Over the years, conferences, demonstrations and commemorations have been held to reflect on progress made. It is now time to call for what has not been made. International Women's Day should be now an occasion to a rallying point for effective efforts against Islamomisogyny, which looms to damage the achievements gained in the history of women's rights.

Although the Charter of the United Nations proposes gender equality as a fundamental human right, the Organisation cannot create standards, programmes and goals to equally advance the status of women worldwide. For example the UN has never condemned the obligation of hijab in Iran.

Of course the Charter of the UN, signed in 1945, was the first agreement to affirm the principle of equality between women and men. However, the Charter was prepared before the advent of the international political Islam. Today, the international community is affected by political Islam and consequently demands the UN to adopt new resolutions defending the status of women in the Islamic societies. Women in the Islamic societies need international support. The UN, in accordance with the conclusive account of many misogynistic reports, must now effectively react.

The UN, which fairly condemned the Apartheid regime before, is now expected to condemn the gender apartheid of Islamic regimes by supporting for women’s full and equal right. It is time to internationally challenge the misogynous Islamists across the world. Violation of basic rights of women in the Islamic world is an issue that has been long overdue but ignored. Safeguarding of the women’s rights is now essential to regaining the sense of International Women’s Day.

Many daily misogynistic examples in Iran show that the IRI by imposing different status for men and women reduced the women’s role to a means of reproduction. Since the regime is aware of women’s backlash against the ongoing misogyny, it has demagogically managed that Islamic women’s organisations mushroomed up in the society. Through the tortured sense of women’s freedom and origin of women’s rights, their real role is to propagate IRI’s misogynistic laws and Islamic hijab.

Soon after the revolution, Mr. Bani Sadr, the first Iranian President, who has lived 15 years in France, was asked by a television interviewer if it was true that women’s hair emits sexually enticing rays and if this is why Islam requires the veil. “Yes, it is true,” was his reply.

His regime responded by forming its own women’s group, which produced a newspaper, “The Moslem Women,” which the main task was to inculcate misogynistic norms and pseudo scientific arguments into mind of women. The international community must reject and denounce these kinds of state-run women’s organisations in Iran.

These “yellow” organisations are even more hated than the male fanatics who govern-- real activists working to defend women’s rights risk their safety to bring about real changes. IRI’s authorities have been harassing, detaining and intimidating them in the last three decades.

In the 21st. century, the international community should not accept that women’s rights be crippled by sharia, Islamic laws. It is time to internationally outlaw sharia because it considers women as the second-class citizens of a male dominated society. It is time to worldwide condemn archaic values of a belief system that reduces women to as half-human with half-right in today’s society.

Promotion of gender equality is not only women’s responsibility, but a social responsibility of all humanity. Not only it is an important participation and an indicator of social and economic national growth, but more effectively, and based on some psychological, can also result into a factor of normal development of the society. Gender separation creates frustrations, perversities and aggressiveness with blind obedience, the typical attitudes appeared in the oppressed societies.

On this International Women’s Day, let us re-dedicate ourselves to the hundreds of millions of women who are conscious or unconscious victims of Islamomisogyny. Much should be accomplished to put into place legal foundations to urge the international community to remember that it is the responsibility of all of us to defend the right to live in dignity, freedom and gender equality.


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No problem Monica! It

by jamshid on

No problem Monica! It happens.

I agree however with everything you wrote in your response to Iranian-. The problem is that some of them are so attached to their beliefs, that they resort to turning stones in the hopes of finding a response, any response, to the questionable behavior of Mohamad.



by Monica (not verified) on

Sorry about that Jashmid, it was meant for Iranian.


Monica, learn to read names

by jamshid on

Before bad mouthing me, make sure you know how to read, specially the names of commentors, and then make sure you are refering to the right commentor's name, not the wrong one. Your comment should have targeted "Iranian-", not me.


In reply to Jamshid

by Monica (not verified) on

OH wow Jamshid, you are actually defending an old man molesting a child and you say it's ok because they are married and "protects" her? First of all girls do NOT mature at 9 and they cannot have children at 9, and most of the ones who do die or have birth defects because their poor little bodies are not ready for preganancy and delivery. A little girl is not MATURE until she reaches 14 or 15 just like a boy, but that sick a**hole Mohammed decided he wanted to make his rules go by his theories.
The whole concept of Mohammed siding with females, are you serious? He preaches of only inequality, sexism, mysoginy, sexual assult and subordination, not exactly "siding with women from the beginning".
If you read the Koran men DO marry to just "do it" and it's called having a sigheh and they can divorce after a few hours and have no responsability for the children they make from those "contracts". He loves to preach about adultery but only for females, since males can marry up to 4 wives and have as many sighehs and lovers as they want..what kind of stupid theory is that? Islam is a sick, messed up, twisted and barbaric religion that has done NOTHING for the world except bring torture and pain especially to females.


The world is waking up!

by Anonymous4now on


re: Author

by Anonym (not verified) on

You say according to Koran:

"To those (women) on whose part you fear desertion, admonish them, and leave them alone in the sleeping-places and beat them." ...
Quran, Sura 4,34

I'm not a believer, but I tell you fool, if I catch you or anybody else with my wife, I'll beat the crap out of you AND her! I don't need Koran to tell me that!


RE: 2nd to none

by LostIdentity (not verified) on

Gender is not the basis for valuation in Islamic Idealogy....It is the PIETY....and PIETY does can be found in both Man and Women.
Islam looks at Man and Women as a COMPLEMENTARY beings rather than COMPETING elements in society. These are the principles that are so progressive, materialistic societies can NOT accept.


Jahanshah Rashidian

R: Anonymousk

by Jahanshah Rashidian on

Thanks for the link! I read the article and found it effectual to quote a part of it which explains their campaign:

"We would like to compare two quotes, one is taken from the Declaration of Human Rights and one is chosen from the Quran in order to show where the substantial differences are:

"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood." ...
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations, Art. 1

"To those (women) on whose part you fear desertion, admonish them, and leave them alone in the sleeping-places and beat them." ...
Quran, Sura 4,34

We need to consider the Human Rights Charta to be accomplished in its totality everywhere in the world. Neither the Quran nor the Sharia can be seriously put on the same level with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the UN."


The Veiling of Sculptures

by Anonymousk (not verified) on

The Veiling of Sculptures and Statues Campaign across Europe



If only, if religion was in our hearts!

by Tahirih (not verified) on

I like Mr Rashidian's writing he writes with such a passion.We should have this passion about our beliefes,by choice not force.
I really strugle with sadness when I see someone like "Iranian " so passionate about Islam and also others who are passionate about other ideals and this never ending argument about Hazrate Mohamad and his sex life with Aishia!
If religion was treated separate from politics,we would have never had these arguments,because all these belives would have been in our hearts and private lives.
"Iranian" would have never been rediculed for Rassole Akram having married to a 6or 9 year old ,because he believes in Him and has a logic in his mind for His action.
"Jamshid" would have been fine not believing in Islam ,and would have been able to respectfully reject Islam and walk the streets of Tehran in safty!
And at the same time women in Iran did not have to wear something that the reason for it is not in their Hearts.

Humanity has to learn to leave the matters of heart to hearts,which I am sure will come by, but could I see it in my life time ? or is it later?


re: bird flu

by Khar Gir (not verified) on

Do you really think what you are saying is true? And who formulates your thoughts? Peace loving George Bush and the likes of him? Yourself maybe?

Yes there are tyrants in the world, but the humanity can not cure its ills by itself. They need proper guidence and that ain't you olagh jan.


A stifled/abused woman will

by bird flu (not verified) on

A stifled/abused woman will produce a society full of stifled boys who later on become "men" with low self-esteem, fear, and ultimately as a coping mechanism with their anxieties tthey develop into tyrants with obssessed with controlling others. This should be reason enought if we want to change the world and live in peace on the planet earth.


Second to none

by Faribors Maleknasri M.D. (not verified) on

1.In the 21st century, women’s rights should not be crippled by Islamic laws. what a pity that "IRANIAN" can not be "clicked on" in Islamic Republic of Iran. so the iranians would never experience whta they are missing and what they should do.
2. The right of divorce is absolutely with men? Is that so? actualy is mariage according to the rules of islam is a private CONTRACT.In this Contract the bridegroom promisses to pay a certain amount of mony if he ever should wish to divorce his wife. In case the bride would ever wish the divorce she can make use of abandonment, say: MEHRAM HALAH; JUNAM AZAD and go in peace. Of course the individual conditions play the greater role. It is known that a divorced woman is not welcome even by her sisters and the best (girl-)frieds will leave her alone and so on. In the times as the women, specialy in Iran, had no outdoor jobs and did not earn thier livings it was even more difficult for them to insist on divorce. However Divorcing is not so an appriciated action in the greate geographical region anyhow. Most iranian women try to make thier lives as satisfactorily as possible in the marriage.
The women who are married to a moslem and live in the diaspora can claiam divorce according to the civilrights of the country they are living in. It may be ease, calm and sooth to bring negative Infos about islamic laws. I do not see anything negative about it. But: truth is that what is practicised in the ISLAMIC REPUBLIC of IRAn and it will continue to be practicised until reappearing of Mahdi(s) and "IRANIAN" will not be able to change anything on it. No matter how "objective, academic, methodic and scientific" the critic is formulated. One can only observe that islamic laws win on respect in all over the world nearly hourly. In Europ, australia and elsewhere. Greeting

Mona 19

The world in the past...

by Mona 19 on

...has been ruled by force, and man has dominated over woman by reason of his more forceful and aggressive qualities both of body and mind. But the balance is already shifting; force is losing its dominance, and mental alertness, intuition, and the spiritual qualities of love and service, in which woman is strong, are gaining ascendancy.... Today among the women, there are many who are the very pride and envy of the men. They are imbued with all the virtues and excellences of humanity. They are eloquent; they are poets and scholars and embody the quintessence of humility. In political ability and acumen they have been able to cope and compete with representative men. They have consecrated their lives and forfeited their possessions for the sake of humanity, and the traces of their glory will last forever. The lives and records of these women illumine the pages of the history.



My reply

by Iranian- on

I read your comments regarding my comments. Some of you have good points and it can be argued. I appreciate that and thank you.

As for some others who wrote down the repeated propaganda of Crusader book of Muslim hate, well we have heard them before.

 'WonderfulWoman' (yeah right), if you want to be treated decently, treat other people decently. I don't know about you, but when you say

  'Now go and wash your ignorant mouth, boy'

  'Were you a misogynous backward moron BEFORE '

does not sound nice to me, if they sound nice to you, then you should not get offended with what I told you either. Nobody cares how old or young you are, just how decent you are.

But in either case, even though you have been unjust to my religion and myself in particular, if you have been offended by my words then I apologize.

Ben Madadi

Iranian women of today...

by Ben Madadi on

Today Iranian women are far different than they were 30 or 50 yearsa go and their needs and aspirations have evolved too. Things will change in the political scene as well, though it is far behind the social scene.


TO: Iranian - Do YOU Even Believe this Nonsense??

by Anonymous Observer (not verified) on

TO: Iranian

Where should I begin?!!!!

First, let me address the factual scenario. The age difference is actually true. According to Aisha herself, she was playing outside on a swing, when her mother told her to stop playing. She got off the swing, after which her nanny washed her face, and took her to a room, where “Rasool Alllah” was waiting for her. That’s where and when he “married” her. Now what kind of a decent human being takes a child off of a swing to have sex with her? Come on, enough with the B.S.

Second: so according to you, the standard that a Prophet of God (not just any man, but one who calls himself God’s “Prophet”) should use in deciding who to sleep with is whether or not that person has reached reproduction age?!!!!! What are we, animals?!!! What’s next? Should we have sex with our mothers when we reach puberty like dogs do?!!! This standard, in any human civilization, at any time after pre-history, especially for someone who is supposed to be the epitome of morality, is absolutely insane!!!!

Third, is “marrying” a child is enough to legitimize having sex with her against her informed consent? So, if a child molester utters some religious words to a child who has no idea what is going on and then has sex with her he is OK by your standards? So what if Mohamed uttered a few words that he had probably made up anyway? Does that make having sex with this child legitimate?

Lastly, the Quran, in no uncertain terms, promises women in Heaven to those who were pious in life. Assuming that the Prophet is the epitome of piety, he would presumably receive any woman that he desired (at any age) upon his death and ascent to Heaven. If Prophet Mohamed truly believed in this concept (and his own Book) why did he have to have sex with a child at his old age when he was about to die to go to Heaven. His rush to “marry” Aisha before his death is an indication that he himself may not have even believed in the teachings of his own book.

I am not writing these things to be anti-Islam, but one cannot fudge historical facts and reasonable arguments. One must take an objective look at any religion and not blindly follow it. Also, as Prophet Mohamed had said himself, he was only a human. So maybe as a human he had certain weaknesses and faults. One should always be open minded about faith. Blind obedience of faith leads to intolerance and extremism.


Dear Iranian-

by *Anonymous (not verified) on

Maybe Prophet Mohammad has worked on the side of the women almost 1500 years ago in comparison to existing rules at that time. But centuries have been passed...we are living in another political, social, economic and cultural era. Unfortunately following discriminatory Islamic rules not only are not in women side...but they are taking away the simple principle of equality of human beings:

  • According to the rules of Islam, women inherit half as much men do
  • The right of divorce is absolutely with men
  • The right of child custody is always with men
  • Women are not allowed to be judge under any circumstances
  • Women are not allowed to travel without direct permission of their husbands or male supervisors
  • Women are not allowed to be judge under any circumstances
  • Women can stand as witness as half of a man. In other words two female witnesses are considered as one male witness
  • Men can have four wives
  • Finally there is a clear discrimination in Islamic rules about the clothing of men and women


to Iranian-

by Mehran (not verified) on

All you are saying is a bunch of nonsense and you are totally brain washed by the pile of nonsense that they fed you. Islam is an has been oppressing women for all ages and you coming in and defending is total nonsense. Woman all over the western countries have equal right as men and their life and their sexuality is no governed by a bunch of fanatic males.

Just go and sell your nonsense elsewhere. There are no buyer here.


Women & Quran

by WonderfulWoman (not verified) on

The oppression of women that Islam advocates is not only disturbing, but is in direct contrast with
Women’s rights in the 21st century.

These are the top 10 rules in the Quran that oppress women

1. A husband has sex with his wife, as a plow goes into a field.

The Quran in Sura (Chapter) 2:223 says:

Your women are your fields, so go into your fields whichever way you like . . . . (MAS Abdel Haleem, The Qur’an, Oxford UP, 2004)

2. Husbands are a degree above their wives.

The Quran in Sura 2:228 says:

. . . Wives have the same rights as the husbands have on them in accordance with the generally known principles. Of course, men are a degree above them in status . . . (Sayyid Abul A’La Maududi, The Meaning of the Qur’an, vol. 1, p. 165)

3. A male gets a double share of the inheritance over that of a female.

The Quran in Sura 4:11 says:

The share of the male shall be twice that of a female . . . . (Maududi, vol. 1, p. 311)

4. A woman’s testimony counts half of a man’s testimony.

The Quran in Sura 2:282 says:

And let two men from among you bear witness to all such documents [contracts of loans without interest]. But if two men be not available, there should be one man and two women to bear witness so that if one of the women forgets (anything), the other may remind her. (Maududi, vol. 1, p. 205).

5. A wife may remarry her ex—husband if and only if she marries another man and then this second man divorces her.

The Quran in Sura 2:230 says:

And if the husband divorces his wife (for the third time), she shall not remain his lawful wife after this (absolute) divorce, unless she marries another husband and the second husband divorces her. [In that case] there is no harm if they [the first couple] remarry . . . . (Maududi, vol. 1, p. 165)

6. Slave—girls are sexual property for their male owners.

The Quran in Sura 4:24 says:

And forbidden to you are wedded wives of other people except those who have fallen in your hands [as prisoners of war] . . . (Maududi, vol. 1, p. 319).

7. A man may be polygamous with up to four wives.

The Quran in Sura 4:3 says:

And if you be apprehensive that you will not be able to do justice to the orphans, you may marry two or three or four women whom you choose. But if you apprehend that you might not be able to do justice to them, then marry only one wife, or marry those who have fallen in your possession. (Maududi, vol. 1, p. 305)

8. A husband may simply get rid of one of his undesirable wives.

The Quran in Sura 4:129 says:

It is not within your power to be perfectly equitable in your treatment with all your wives, even if you wish to be so; therefore, [in order to satisfy the dictates of Divine Law] do not lean towards one wife so as to leave the other in a state of suspense. (Maududi, vol. 1, p. 381)

9. Husbands may hit their wives even if the husbands merely fear highhandedness in their wives (quite apart from whether they actually are highhanded).

The Quran in Sura 4:34 says:

4:34 . . . If you fear highhandedness from your wives, remind them [of the teaching of God], then ignore them when you go to bed, then hit them. If they obey you, you have no right to act against them. God is most high and great. (Haleem, emphasis added)

10. Mature men are allowed to marry prepubescent girls.

The Quran in Sura 65:1, 4 says:

65:1 O Prophet, when you [and the believers] divorce women, divorce them for their prescribed waiting—period and count the waiting—period accurately . . . 4 And if you are in doubt about those of your women who have despaired of menstruation, (you should know that) their waiting period is three months, and the same applies to those who have not menstruated as yet. As for pregnant women, their period ends when they have delivered their burden. (Maududi, vol. 5, pp. 599 and 617, emphasis added)


Islamic behavior toward women

by Iranian Woman (not verified) on

I wonder if Mr. "Iranian-"'s verbal abuse toward "Wonderul Woman" is typically Islamic. Does Islam encourage this type of behavior? What is the origin of "Iranian-"'s misogyny?


Iranian... your religion or

by Anonymous11 (not verified) on


your religion or lack thereof is your business but not when you kill, stone, or hang, arrest, torture, and impose it on those who don't agree with your ideology, then it becomes a problem for humanity as a whole...The world is increasingly growing closer and it cannot afford to turn a blind eye on how Islam treats women and what the muslims teach their children, which is mostly hatred of the West and the Infidels. One could actually say Islam is a racist religion if you consider "infidels" and "dihmmis" as a race.



by Iranian- on

Islam is doing nothing really bad to women. Yes you can not compare that to today's western world treatement of women (with exclusion of Japan). Maybe some individual Muslims are like individuals from other religions who disobay their religion. As I have said, the Prophet Mohammad has worked on the side of the women from day one.

You are unfairly saying 52 year old man 'doing it' to a nine year old girl. Assuming that the specified ages are true as mentioned, it must be noted that he actually was married to her and protected her as a husband. When good men and women marry, they don't marry for 'doing it'. I don't know if you are married or not, but if you are, I am sure you did not marry your wife just to 'do it'.

I understand this society that we live in today denounces marrying females at that age. A male becomes mature at 13 and a female becomes mature at 9. They can reproduce. If we humans had to reproduce after we are 18 years old, we would have had reproduction capability for women at the age of 18, not 9. This is not to say that there are people who like marrying a 9 year old in today's world, they don't.

Also, when nations are at war, specially in the older days, many men would fight and die. That would leave many widowed women. Under Islam you can marry more than one wife for the purpose of not forcing women to suffer by themselves without a home and a husband to protect and support them and their children who might have been without a father. Again, you can not abuse this right as a Muslim. You should marry more than one wife only if you can support them and give them and their children a home with love. Not marry them just to 'do it'.

Again, don't compare the laws of today with what was normal then. It is not fair. How many times do I have to say this? You mentioned in your last posting that you are not against Islam, but according to your statements here, I am not sure that I want to believe you.


Heaven in Islam is a brothel

by Anonymousm (not verified) on

Heaven in Islam is a brothel with 72 virgins....what Kind of religion is that?


To "Iranian-"

by WonderfulWoman (not verified) on

Were you a misogynous backward moron BEFORE you became a Mulim, or did Islam help you to become one? I am Wonderful because thousands of Enlightened people have called me that. Now, beside myself, how many more women have you verbally abused and assaulted on this website? I am your grandmother's age, Mr. Born-again Muslim. Please tell us if this is the Islamic way to treat a woman.


Re: Iranian-

by jamshid on

Quote: "Women are degraded in non-Islamic parts of the world too..."

So does that justify Islam doing the same? Is this how weak your defense is? Here is a dialogue between a judge and a rapist:

Judge: Why did you rape this woman?

Rapist: Ummm... Well.... Why are you blaming me judge? Women are raped in other cities too...

Judge: Wow! Shocks! Why didn't I think of that? You are right! You are free to go and rape some more women...

Quote: "It was the Prophet of Islam who prohibited non-Muslims of Arabia from burying their daughters alive..."

It was also the prophet of Islam who allowed wife beating, enslaving of married women as war-prize, and who at age 52 while having several other wives, married a six years old girl and had sex with her when she was only nine.

Just visualize a 52 years old man doing it to a nine years old girl. You have no choice but to approve this, since you consider Mohammad to be your prophet.


Showing your true dirty self WonderfulWoman???!!!

by Iranian- on

My suggestion to you is to go and wash your rear-end 'girl' because that is where your words are coming from.

The truth that I mentioned about the Prophet Mohammad has been turned into myth by the evil Christian Churches and the evil Popes and priests of the Crusader era and has been supported by other ignorant anti-Islamic characters like yourself throughout history.

By the way, anyone calling themselves 'Wonderful', got to be an ignorant, arrogant, stupid and selfish moron like you. A person can only be wonderful if other people refer to them that way.

You are full of crap 'Wonderfulwoman'. My only request to you is to close your rear-end and spare us with all the stuff in it. Try some Pepto Bismol if you have difficulty.


To "Iranian-"

by WonderfulWoman (not verified) on

The story of Prophet Mammad prohibiting Arabian men from burying their daughters alive is a made-up myth. Before Islam, Arabia was fundamentally a matrilineal and matrilocal society. Patriarchy existed only in few urban centres. Islam brought down women's status and buried their souls. You are an ignorant Born-Again Muslim and I pity you. Now go and wash your ignorant mouth, boy.


Jahanshah Rashidian

by Babak56 (not verified) on

Great article as always.



by Iranian- on

Women are degraded in non-Islamic parts of the world, examples are Japan, Parts of South America, Coptic Christians and more.


It was the Prophet of Islam who prohibited non-Muslims of Arabia from burying their daughters alive and gave Human Rights to women for the first time in Arab societies.

Once again, you are mixing politics and religion together to support your twisted point of view.