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Thursday, 7 February 2013
Raping women in Tahrir NOT ‘red line’: Egyptian preacher Abu Islam
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From Al Arabia

An Egyptian Salafi preacher said raping and sexually harassing women protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square is justified, calling them “crusaders” who “have no shame, no fear and not even feminism.”
“They tell you women are a red line. They tell you that naked women -- who are going to Tahrir Square because they want to be raped -- are a red line! And they ask Mursi and the Brotherhood to leave power!,” he said. 

Abu Islam added that these women activists are going to Tahrir Square not to protest but to be sexually abused because they had wanted to be raped. . . And by the way, 90 percent of them are crusaders and the remaining 10 percent are widows who have no one to control them. You see women talking like monsters,”

Abu Islam further described these female political activists as “devils.”

“You see a woman with this fuzzy hair! A devil! Devils called women. Learn from Muslim women, learn and be Muslims. There are Muslims and Muslimix.”

Abu Islam was apparently referring to liberal Muslims as “Muslimix.”

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Posted on 02/07/2013 12:10 PM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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7 Feb 2013
Christina McIntosh

It must be remembered that in Islamspeak a 'naked' woman is not usually what we free people think of as 'naked'.

'Naked' simply means 'not dressed Islamically'.  

And what constitutes a suitable standard of Islamic dress varies from place to place, but usually means that she must *at the very least* be covered from neck to toe and with her hair and ears covered up entirely by the Islamic female Slave Rag or Slave Hood, the symbol of the Sharia and of her membership in (or, more properly,  condition of being owned by) the Mohammedan Mob.  

This means, of course, that in the eyes of the average 'Slave of Allah' even the most modestly and conservatively dressed (by non-muslim standards) non-Muslim woman can be classified as 'naked' and ought therefore to be punished for her 'immodesty', her wicked flouting of the sharia, by being seized and raped.  Every soccer mom marching down the street to fetch her kids from school, with her hair in a ponytail and wearing a shirt and comfy blue jeans, is - from the Islamic point of view - NAKED.  A catholic nun is 'naked'. An amishwoman in full traditional costume is 'naked'.  I am 'naked' because my face, hair, neck, ears, and arms from the elbows down are visible when I go walking, wearing a shirt and baggy trousers.

To repeat: The Islamic female dress standard is so framed as to define every non-Muslim woman on earth as 'naked'.

'Naked' may even mean, in the eyes of quite a few mohammedthugs, that she has her face uncovered.

And even if the woman is shrouded from head to toe in the complete Slave Bag, complete with Slave Mask (the niqab that covers the face except for the eyes; or the burqa that conceals even the eyes behind a fabric net or mesh), she may still be classified, for convenience of the sadistic would-be rapist, as 'naked', merely by going outside of the house without the presence of her islamically-lawful owner.





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