* Sharia violates Human Rights, especially for women. This is why OIC had to abandoned Universal Human Rights!
Why do some Egyptian women want to oppress other women?Klevius: The holy Universal Human Rights Declaration allows women to lead their lives according to Sharia if they so wish, but also allows other women to freely choose how they want to lead their lives. Sharia imposition, on the other hand, doesn't offer this option of full freedom!
Now, consider this report on islamofascist insanity from Egypt!Mayssoun Sukarieh reporting from Rabia el Adawiyya Square in Nasr City/Cairo:
Klevius: No, they see you as marked sex cattle! I.e. just the opposite to Human Rights!
Klevius: What's a "Westernized woman"?! A woman who can be everything a muslim woman can be but also much more than a muslim woman can even dream about without hitting her head against Sharia.
He then looked at the demonstrators and asked them to ask their sisters in the demonstration what they need. The women chant, “the law of God the law of God.” “Yes to the Constitution, Yes to Morsi.”
Klevius: No comment, can't argue against that, can I.
Umm Ahmad, a housewife, is angry because the Muslim Brotherhood’s “defense of Sharia” insinuates that those who oppose the current constitutional process are against Sharia law. “We do not need it in the constitution. We all marry and divorce according to Sharia law, and we get buried according to Sharia law too. Why are they bugging us with it? God knows what they are aiming at!”
Klevius: Oh mine, this bottomless ignorance about islam explains a lot, doesn't it!
Sayyed, who is a journalist and a Nasserite, says that the Muslim Brotherhood cloak themselves with Sharia: “they have nothing to offer, so they say Sharia. It is a way to shut the opposition up. Who dares defy Sharia and Islam?” Sayyed hands me a pamphlet that is being distributed and which describes which articles in the draft constitution are problematic. “It is a constitution against workers, children, women, against freedom in general,” he says. It does not “obligate the state to ensure any rights.” Even in articles that are supposedly about basic rights such as right to education, and to health the state’s role is supervisory. The state is to regulate these rights, but not provide them. “How is the state going to supervise this? And why is not it obligated to provide these rights? Why did we do the revolution to get a police state that supervise and overlook,” says Sayyed angrily.
Klevius answer: Because islam IS a police state!
Why not check islam by reading its history through its incomprehensible number of victims? And if you think "it's not islam" then take a look at Koran! It's all there if you don't blink. And it's not any human "prophet's" word -. it's "god's" word!