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AsSalamu Alaikum dear brother Osama,

Have you heard about Najjar's death?

Here's the link, but did Israel hide the truth about her? Most likely.

Thank you, brother Sama.

Once again, anti-Muslim experts are hatred and idiotic about pedophile in Islam, but we have heard a lot of pedophiles in the west, including these videos.

« on: June 08, 2018, 12:59:37 AM »
Have you watched this video? It's very awful.

« on: June 02, 2018, 02:04:07 PM »
I don't know why you guys kept talking about this topic, but here is my story about my parents.

My parents were born in Saudi Arabia. They are both conservative Muslims; for instance, my mother wears burqa in the United States.

How old are they? My mother is 10 years younger than him. They got married when they became adult.

In my experience, I haven't heard any issues about child marriage in Saudi Arabia. Human Right Watch doesn't say much about this topic.

I have dozens of uncles, aunts, cousins, etc, but I don't see any child marriage or early age.

However, the only thing I know is that Yemen has child bribes for a long time. Probably because of poverty and conflict. For example, when Saudi-led coalition invaded in Yemen, the child bribe has been grown rapidly, according to news reports.

Regarding holy Qur'an, there is one verse that mentioned child marriage:

"And those who no longer expect menstruation among your women – if you doubt, then their period is three months, and [also for] those who have not menstruated. And for those who are pregnant, their term is until they give birth. And whoever fears Allah – He will make for him of his matter ease." – Quran 65:4 (Sahih International Translation).

Many Muslim scholars said this verse supports child marriage, but this is questionable. Here is the link from Discover-the-Truth website about this particular verse. I urge you to read it.


Jihad & Terrorism / Re: US general makes Takfir of Taliban !
« on: May 03, 2018, 06:46:44 PM »
Also, the top U.S. general in Afghanistan accused Russia of sending weapons to Taliban, but the Russian govt denied it.

Crazy. They both accusing each other like kids.

Jihad & Terrorism / Re: US general makes Takfir of Taliban !
« on: May 03, 2018, 06:44:31 PM »
Don't get it. If American military makes tafkir of Taliban, then why they attack the Afghan govt and NATO?

Ahteism & Agnosticism / Re: Neanderthals?
« on: May 03, 2018, 03:35:21 PM »
Brother Osama, you spelled "Ahteism" incorrectly lol.

I know anti-Semitism, but did Jews ever insult or mock about Holocaust, Judaism, etc?

I heard from news claiming that Muslims commited anti-Semitism, but what about Jews?

I don't know why some foolish anti-Muslims complained about killing dogs in Islamic sources, but don't forget that Asian countries eat dog meats. I heard a lot of pro-dog activists demanded Chinese and Korean governments to ban dog meats. Also, I heard last year that there was a big food festival for dog meats in China, but I don't know how many dogs were slaughtered.

I think the library of congress is Islamophobic.

Did you contact them regarding facts and falsehood, and who exactly wrote this?

We do not tolerate any falsehood, nor we tolerate any dirty clowns who lie about Answering-Christianity.

Christians commonly claims that Jesus encourages Christians to love their enemies. In addition, Jesus urges his followers to love others who are persecuting them.

So my question is, does Christianity really support military?

And I herd that Pope Francis suggested weapon industry can't call themselves Christians.

If Christianity doesn't support military, then this religion is not moral. I mean what about Nazis, Soviet Union, communism and other non-Christian facists? How would Christian army defeat their enemies?

What about lesbians?

 Panama City:  Latin America and the Caribbean is the most violent region in the world for women, the United Nations said Wednesday, highlighting Central America and Mexico as particularly dangerous.

 In a report presented in Panama, UN Women and the UN Development Programme (UNDP) found assaults on women persisted in the region despite severe laws aimed at curbing the phenomenon.

 "The issue of violence against women in Latin America is critical. It's the most violent region in the world against women outside of conflict contexts," Eugenia Piza-Lopez, head of UNDP's gender mission in Latin America, told AFP.

 The rate of sexual violence against women outside of relationships is the highest in the world in the region, and the second-highest for those who are in, or were in, a couple, the report stated.

 Three of the 10 countries with the highest rates of rape of women and girls were in the Caribbean, it said.

 Femicide, the killing of women, occurred on a "devastating scale" in Central America, it said, explaining that two out three women murdered died because of their gender.

 "In some countries it has become a severe crisis. In the Northern Triangle (Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala) and Mexico the problem of femicide and violence against women has reached epidemic levels, in many cases with links to organized crime," Piza-Lopez said.

 Central America's Northern Triangle is considered the most dangerous area in the world outside war zones, mainly because of rampant gangs and drug cartels.

 The UN report noted that 24 of the 33 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have laws against domestic violence, but only nine of them have passed legislation that tackles a range of forms of other violence against women in public or private.

 It also said that 16 of the countries had femicide on the books, and a few punished newer types of crimes, such as cybercrime, political violence, or acid attacks.

 Despite those advances, though, the "plague" of violence continues to be a threat to human rights, public health and public safety, it said.

 The UN recommended strengthening institutions and policies in the region, and allocating resources to empower women. It also advised that "patriarchal" cultural norms that maintain gender inequality needed to be addressed.

The report added one third of women worldwide have been a victim of violence in their relationship or of sexual violence by people outside their relationship.


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