Is she just ignorant about islam or is she an "islamophobe" (i.e. against Sharia)?!
If she's against Sharia then she has already committed blasphemy against islam!
Kamala Chandrakirana (Indonesian muslim?) on Egypt's Sharia constitution (she is head of UN Working Group established by the UN Human Rights Council in 2010 dealing with discrimination against women in law and in practice): The text of Egypt's constitution does not include in its substantive provisions the guarantee of non-discrimination based on sex necessary to give effect to the principle of equality between men and women in the preamble and in accordance with Egypt’s international human rights obligations.
Klevius: Which obligations? OIC's Sharia obligations or Human Rights?! They are two so completely different "obligations", especially regarding girls/women (see below), that either has to go! Which one?!!!
Kamala Chandrakirana expressed concern about the absence of a provision incorporating international law, including on women’s human right to equality, into the domestic legal order and stipulating its primacy.
Klevius: What is this?! We're talking Sharia here! Don't you understand? Read OIC's Cairo declaration for a starter, or even better, see below!
Kamala Chandrakirana: While article 2 provides that Islam will be the principle source of legislation, article 3 provides that the personal status of Egyptian Christians and Jews will be regulated under their religious laws. However, there is no provision that women’s right to equality in the family will be respected, protected and fulfilled by the State in accordance with international human rights standards.
Klevius sex and Human Rights tutorial for Kamala Chandrakirna & Co
Sex segregation in Sharia (in whatever clothes) is lack of freedom, not because of one’s cultural gender but because of one’s biological sex. In the real Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR) from 1948 everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in the Human Rights Declaration, without distinction of sex.
In contrast, islamic countries like Egypt, who are members of Saudi based OIC, led by its Egyptian born Fuhrer (or Caliph as he himself prefers) Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, can now follow OIC's islamofascist Sharia manifest also called the
Cairo declaration on islamic “human rights” (CDHRI), simply because by voting together OIC in UN has managed to step aside from any Human Rights obligations that could disturb islamofascist “rights”. Moreover, by calling Sharia "human rights" most people aren't even aware of how deeply this evil islamofascism has rooted itself.
Because CDHRI, i.e. Sharia sanctioned by UN, states that all men are equal only in terms of "basic human dignity and basic obligations and responsibilities", an inevitable clash occurs between the sexes.
The main, and crucial, difference in this respect between these declarations is that whereas the former (UDHR) is negative, i.e. empty (without distinction of sex) and therefore without room for interpretation, negotiation, or imposition and hence not able to produce restrictions in freedom, the latter (CDHRI) is positive, i.e. connected to impositions such as‘obligations and responsibilities’ and, as a consequence, inevitably opens up for limitations in accordance with what is considered girls’ and women’s ‘obligations and responsibilities’.
Thus instead of preserving a negative room for the free female individual, a legal confinement is veiled around girls/women which limits their individual freedom.
Klevius doesn't deny that there are good positive rights for women, such as, for example, the right to abortion, the right to crucial maternal support etc. However, keep in mind that e.g. education isn't a positive right specifically for girls only but a human right (it's quite clear that women and non-muslim men really don't count as full humans in islam).
The introduction of some positive women’s rights may, in fact, often constitute a threat against women’s right to freedom. One may argue that girls’ and women’s rights are now challenged both from islamic Sharia as well as from other efforts to introduce sex segregated “rights”, i.e. cultural impositions based on biological sex although not necessitated by it.
Islam is a veiled sex trap for women's freedom.
And of course, all this talking about some "god's" law is just to cover up such crappy logic.
Is that so difficult to understand dear Kamala Chandrakirna?