I've been asked why are you against "them"?
same reason I'm against Pedophiles, a line must be drawn between what is right & what is wrong
(thank you my friend for the beautiful refrain).
being a Muslim has nothing to do with my original opinion, sure it helps (such filth is punishable by death in Islam) but even if I weren't a Muslim my opinion would be the same. normal is normal no matter who you are, what you believe in, or where you come from.
although living in a dictatorship I'm privileged to be able to speak my mind freely without being ousted or prosecuted like so many of my friends in the so-called "free world"... may your day of freedom (& vengeance) come soon.
Read No Rights (Recovered!!!)
BTW a lot of fag-promoters are attacking this by throwing "Mohamed was a pedo" at me (islamophobia much?) instead of arguing homosexuality, so for the sake of future commenters I'm putting an earlier comment by me here to shut these fags for ever:
"what I do care for & feel to be my religious duty is to clarify the prophet's marriage to Aisha & the big misconceptions regarding it.he married Aisha while she was 9 but "the consummation" wasn't made before the age of 12 (puberty). I know you will say 12 is no different from 9, bear with me for a second. she was his only virgin wife, she lived with him til his death & regarded as a "mother of believers" for all Muslims although I resent how she acted in the first Muslim civil war.now take this fact in "historical context" & don't judge traditions that were practiced 1400 years ago with our modern values. you must take in consideration several things in consideration:1. religious guidelines declared 1400 years ago at the times of Mohamed are always the same but social traditions practiced 1400 years ago may differ (fundamentalist Muslims & anti-Muslims alike do the same mistake of mixing the two very often).2. all actions are NOT prohibited by default because religion didn't give detailed orders about each & every daily activity but it only gave major guidelines to govern all actions i.e. anything not stated by detail in religious teachings is OK to do UNLESS it contradicts a religious guideline.there are few human activities given in detail leaving no room for historical changes like prayer, pilgrimage, inheritance, punishment system etc.3. regarding marriage: religious guidelines only stated the need to fulfill few requirements "reaching puberty before consummation, consent of married person & approval of the father of the pride (or oldest living uncle if father is absent)". if the father is denying approval for no good reason then he is replaced by an official judge.looking at these requirements there are no other details regarding age or ceremony, these are left for social traditions to govern according to the era.so if the trend is to do EVERYTHING while young like in these old days then it's OK & religion do have a major guideline ordering us to "respect social & ethnic tradition if not in contradiction with religion".people used to do things while they are young back then, there is a report of an 18 years old follower of Mohamed given the right to command Muslims in battle which is equivalent to making a General in military ranks of today.another report of a 30 years old who had grandchildren!but now times changed, tradition changed & the religion is STILL applicable. being a Muslim I believe that Islam is a religion for all times & I see the magnificent design of the guidelines to be applicable in any age or any place, the problem is with stupid fundamentalists who are not worthy of being called Muslims & mix up 1400 years old tradition with religion!& in regard of marriage most of Muslim nations passed laws prohibiting marriage before 18, not because it's wrong but because it's not socially acceptable any more & it doesn't meet the required time of developing a personality for a child (unlike the old days).another thing, regarding the Aisha incident, some actually say she was 18 years old because of differences between dates in books of Serah (Mohamed's biography) like Tabari and Bokhari but that's another story & I didn't want to deny the whole story as a response. I know my religion & I'm not a coward."
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