Friday, 9 June 2006

Iraq, Islam, and the freedom of Women

Iraq, Islam, and the freedom of Women
How can anyone justify Islam's treatment of women, when it murders women for crimes that are being labelled simply as "inappropriate behaviour". Across Iraq, a bloody and relentless oppression of women has taken hold. Many women had their heads shaved for refusing to wear a scarf or have been stoned in the street for wearing make-up. The sitution is worst in the British-occupied South Iraq. Women have been murdered because they continue working.

Next timewhen someone insists that The Koran is addressed to all Muslims, and for the most part it does not differentiate between male and female dont forget to mention the women who have been murdered the last fow weeks in Iraq because they dared to continue working, wear troucers, drive a car, go to University or they refused to wear the scarf:

Dr Kefaya,
Sheda and her sister,