Women’s rights

They think Marine le Pen is their enemy when their real enemy is Islamic law

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I follow the facebook page My Stealthy Freedom that posts photos of women’s risking imprisonment and even execution for not wearing the compulsory Hijab in Iran. You would think that they would be happy that French politician Marine le Pen refused to wear the hijab when pressured to do so in Lebanon, a country that was once a Christian majority country. Instead, they bemoan the lack of left-wing politicians who are prepared to stand up for their rights as Muslim women. Marine le Pen is right-wing and a strong critic of Islam so her bravery in standing up to the Lebanese Grand Mufti doesn’t count because of her “worrisome agenda” Read more »

Guest Post: Feminism is the new misogyny – The Feminist betrayal of women

Guest post:

Anne Marie Waters?is an English political activist and director of Sharia Watch UK, an organisation launched by UK lawyers in 2014 which has the support of the Baroness Caroline Cox. She launched Pegida UK in conjunction with activist Tommy Robinson and politician Paul Weston. She blogs at annmariewaters.org


A lot has been written about the absurd ?Women?s March? that took place in Washington recently. Feminists from across the world bravely came together to protest against a man who has done nothing at all to women?s rights. They did so in ?solidarity? with a religion that openly practices female slavery and gets away with it. The organiser of the ?Women?s March? is a Saudi apologist who praises the very sharia law that ensures women in countries like Saudi Arabia are kept as property. Even so, Islamist Linda Sarsour led a group of gullible, privileged, clueless feminists though the US capital. Every bearded jihadi on the planet must have been laughing at that one, while the woman who suffers his oppression was told that Western feminists not only don?t care about her, but are actually marching in his favour.

The stupid women?s march aside, something else that caught my eye in the weeks since it took place has confirmed to me that modern feminism has nothing whatsoever to do with women?s rights. In fact, it threatens them. Feminism is now the enemy of women.

Feminists have decided not only to support the world?s most misogynistic religion, they also offer unwavering support to male-female transsexuals, once again at the expense of actual women (no, not ?cis? women).

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Your chance to listen to Ayaan Hirsi Ali one of the 100 most influential people in the world

In April 2017, women?s rights activist, champion of free speech and best-selling author Ayaan Hirsi Ali will make her first appearance in New Zealand to discuss the current world political climate, Islam, and a plethora of other vital topics.
Infidel. Heretic. Apostate. Ayaan Hirsi Ali has courted controversy over her years in the public eye, earning widespread criticism amongst the liberal left and death threats from the religious right. April will see her come in Auckland to add her voice to the heated debate about Islam?s place in a modern liberal democracy.

The people who wrote this promo are either ill informed or are being deliberately obtuse. Since when was Islam considered the religious right? They can’t even say it. The death threats are from MUSLIMS!

You can book your tickets here.

When:
Sun 9 Apr 2017, 6:30pm?9:00pm
Where: Bruce Mason Centre, Cnr Hurstmere Rd & The Promenade, Takapuna, Auckland
Restrictions:All Ages
Ticket Information:
VIP Post-event Cocktail: $249.00
A Reserve: $119.00
B Reserve: $99.00
C Reserve: $79.00
Student: $59.00
Buy Tickets ? 0800 111 999

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That awkward moment when you realise a Sharia Law advocate organised a Women’s rights march

Did you hear the joke about the paedophile that organised the children’s rights march?

What about the one about the butcher who organised the vegetarian food festival?

My favourite has to be the Sharia law advocate that organised a Women’s rights march…

You’ll also know when you’re living under Sharia law when you get arrested for adultery after being raped. Doesn’t sound very nice, does it?

A Sharia law activist promoting women’s rights is like [email protected]#ing for virginity. It is utterly insane. Under Sharia law, the only rights woman have are the right to be exploited, dominated, controlled and to be valued as having half the worth of a man.

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How to please your husband

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I spent part of my birthday yesterday listening to ?New Zealand Imam Sheikh Anwar Al-Madani explain how to please your husband. The 2014 video says he is the New Zealand Ulama council secretary and has a?PhD Qur’anic Science(Madinah University, Saudi Arabia) and a BA in Islamic Studies

I watched half of the video and found out enough interesting stuff for this post from that half alone. The lecture series actually comes in three parts. Imam Sheikh Anwar Al-Madani explained how the subject was chosen. He said that he came up with it after ” a bit of discussion with the brothers.” He starts his presentation with a question, “what are the rights and regulations of your husband on you? In other words, how can you please your husband?”

The biggest mistake we make he said is thinking that me and my rights, the rights Allah has given to me are the most important. He said that applied to both husband and wife. ?He said that if they are both focused on seeking their rights then that would be the start of marital discord. He used the analogy of ?a hair or a thread being pulled too tight so that it snapped. ?He said that marriage is not two countries where the rules have to be applied. At this point, he was sounding almost modern and talked about give and take, forgiving and being forgiven but I kept watching.

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Muslim Activist calls Lesbian Jew out on her ignorance of Sharia law

Some Mothers do Ave Em

Some Mothers do Ave Em

Sally Kohn: Liberal political commentator

Sally Kohn: Liberal political commentator

I would describe Sally Kohn as a well-meaning but ignorant liberal political commentator. ?She reminds me of a line in the TV show,” Some mothers do Ave Em.” ?One character asks the mother of the main character Frank Spencer, “What would happen if you gave someone who was not very clever, lots of praise and confidence in themselves?” ?The audience, of course, knows exactly what happens, because that is exactly what Frank Spencer’s mother has done.

In the case of Sally Kohn ?she has not only convinced herself that she knows what she is talking about, she has convinced mainstream media as well. Liberal Media are eager to have a lesbian Jew on their show because she has the right kinds of opinions. Unfortunately what she lacks, are the facts to back up her opinions about Sharia law. On paper, she looks really good as she is an American lawyer.

Political commentator Sally Kohn has made several statements regarding sharia law, which were not only offensive but dangerous. In using her voice to propagate this liberal apologist position, she is doing a great disservice to progressive reform-minded Muslims like myself. Her words are an affront to me, a female Muslim activist, as I have made it my life?s mission to educate others on this topic and to wrestle back my religion from the clutches of extremists who wish to make sharia the law of the land. And I would be happy to debate her on this topic.

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Guest Post – Women’s rights and Islam

Whale Oil and others are asking the question about how lefty feminists are managing their conscience over the rights of Muslim or the rights of women.?? It appears a conundrum.? And I can only think of small components that don’t make up a whole answer!

When we were fighting for our freedom as women to grow, develop and be recognised as equal to men, we fought the traditional belief systems that have existed almost forever.? In one generation we changed our world.? Not completely, but by a lot.

But many of us, because of our upbringing as women found it hard to do things for ourselves.? The pork chop syndrome was strong. (And for those of you who don’t know the expression, look it up).? It was symptomatic of our lives.? But we could fight for others.? Somehow that was more worthy than fighting for ourselves.? So we could fight for the poor and downtrodden, who were let?s face it frequently women.? We could fight for the children.? We could fight for women?s health.? But hardest of all was to fight for ourselves, our own rights to be recognised as equal to men.? For many of us, in our heart of hearts it seemed wrong, selfish, to fight for ourselves, and right to fight for others.

So perhaps fighting for the right to have a religion accepted as equal (or more so) to our own patriarchal Christianity might somehow seem more right than fighting for Christianity, which is our status quo, and still does not support equality anyway.? Yes I know, Catholics are a minority here, but a strong one. ?? Read more »

French Muslims object to French Burkini ban while German Muslims take photos of nude women

It seems that wherever there is a beach there are Muslims challenging the status quo. ?In France, Muslim women have demanded the right to cover up and in Germany, Muslim men ?have turned up at German nudist beaches to take photos of uncovered German women.

…Here in Germany, in Chancellor Angela Merkel?s own backyard, there has been a pretty toxic debate over a woman?s right to wear nothing at all.

?People are angry. It?s always been in our culture to sunbathe naked. Now our naturist beaches have to have signs which say ?No Photography? in Arabic because these so-called refugees are filming them,? says Jens Schneider, a local candidate and activist for Alternative Fur Deutschland ? Alternative For Germany ? in Mrs Merkel?s home state.

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Respect for Palestinian female terrorists but not Palestinian female politicians

Palestinian women get respect and recognition for committing brutal terrorist acts but what they don’t get respect for is being involved in local politics. ?Male political ?candidates are ?listed with their name and photo ?but female candidates are referred to using the terms “the wife of” or “sister.”

 

…In a move that has outraged Palestinian women and various Palestinian factions, a number of Palestinian lists contesting the upcoming local elections, scheduled to take place on October 8, have decided to omit the names and photos of female candidates.

Instead of referring to the female candidates by name and publishing their pictures, the electoral lists are using the terms “the wife of” or “sister.”

Critics have denounced the move as a “sign of retardation, extremism and bigotry.

…The decision to conceal the names and photos of female candidates is seen in the context of the increased “Islamization” of Palestinian society, which is already considered highly conservative.

Apart from being a severe blow to the struggle of Palestinian women for equality, the move is in violation of the 2005 Palestinian Local Election Law, which stipulates that candidates must be fully identified by name, age, address and registration number in the electoral list.

This anti-woman undertaking is not taking place only in the Gaza Strip, under the control of the Islamist Hamas movement. It is also baring its fangs in some parts of the West Bank, which is ruled by the Western-funded Palestinian Authority (PA), headed by Mahmoud Abbas.

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False equivalency used to defend oppressive swimwear

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Juxtaposed photos go viral after police seen ordering woman to remove burqini on French beach WITW STAFF08.24.16 (Twitter)

False equivalency is once again being used by idiots on Twitter who must all be sharing their one remaining brain cell. ?When we look at these two photos what do we see?

  1. A ?man in authority enforcing the law.
  2. A woman ?in a bathing suit having the law enforced on her.

In these two ways, both photos are equivalent but it is the law that is being enforced that is the key difference here and one that the idiots on Twitter are deliberately failing to recognise.

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