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I didn't say they're oppressed. :confused:
so your not saying Muslim women are oppressed your saying most people believe they are oppressed if not please make it clear what your saying please
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Sharia law will always be subservient to EU law.

When Brussels bureaucrats determine that some sharia law is offensive to gays/feminists/vegetarians then no doubt they will put a massive infraction on the sharia courts and bill them €2 million.
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No this is ENGLAND not ISLAMABAD
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No this is ENGLAND not ISLAMABAD
No one gives a **** about sharia in Islamabad either.
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No one gives a **** about sharia in Islamabad either.
good to hear
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Absolutely not. We have no need for such barbarism nor do we want it. I would argue it is not to be tolerated in any society.
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No one gives a **** about sharia in Islamabad either.
Hahahaha

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Birmingham has lots of Muslims? What other UK cities are Muslims large in numbers in?


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Damn those guys have such nice haircuts.

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Which ones your cousins btw

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No Islamic one is perfectly just and fair, Ill explain to here hold on......
1. When a woman divorces from a man, he has NO responsibility for her. She becomes under the care of her own mahram men such as brothers, ubcles and fathers. This is because in Islam the nikah (marriage) is a contract whereby a man provides for the wife and in return she and him can have physical relations, raise children etc. Once that contract between him and the woman is broke he no longer has to honour that because there I no longer to his benefit, only hers. How's that fair? Islam also does not restrict a woman from earning and keeping her own wealth, so why should she be entitled to money from the husband after divorce? The western laws leave men deprived of wealth in reality they earned and usually need to.continue supporting their children as an Islamic obligation and make it more difficult for men to move on when they're paying exorbitant amount to an ex wife who Islamically they have no.responsibility for.

Can you provide a source where men win 60% of children's custody cases most of the time the mother gets custody
Haha yeah that's completely fair;

'She becomes under the care of her own mahram men such as brothers, ubcles and fathers' - because of course women can't take care of themselves

'This is because in Islam the nikah (marriage) is a contract whereby a man provides for the wife and in return she and him can have physical relations, raise children etc.' - also completely fair, let's forever pigeonhole people into traditional gender roles.





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Damn those guys have such nice haircuts.



Which ones your cousins btw

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All but the first who's my older brother.
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Damn those guys have such nice haircuts.
Why is it that in the Muslim teen community, there is a noticeable proportion of wannabe gangsters? This is not so for Christian teen communities, etc.
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Why is it that in the Muslim teen community, there is a noticeable proportion of wannabe gangsters? This is not so for Christian teen communities, etc.
Such a ignorant statement rofl.


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Such a ignorant statement rofl.


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If you're going to say it's an ignorant statement, at least say what's wrong with it and write a few lines to teach me better.
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If you're going to say it's an ignorant statement, at least say what's wrong with it and write a few lines to teach me better.
Why waste my time.


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Why waste my time.
You wasted your time by replying to my post to begin with.
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Why is it that in the Muslim teen community, there is a noticeable proportion of wannabe gangsters? This is not so for Christian teen communities, etc.
Are you for real? Go to any urban area with a large White British or Black Caribbean population.
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Are you for real? Go to any urban area with a large White British or Black Caribbean population.
I was comparing Muslim teen communities to other RELIGIOUS teen communities.
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I was comparing Muslim teen communities to other RELIGIOUS teen communities.
Er, what constitutes a 'religious teen community' to you?
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Er, what constitutes a 'religious teen community' to you?
Where the individuals of the community lead their lives following a religion.
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