IS Claims Religious Justification For Slavery
Interesting, part of the justification:
The Dabiq article said fighters were reviving a practice of the companions of the Prophet Mohammad by enslaving enemies. Enslaving women and forcing them to become wives reduces sin by protecting men from being tempted into adultery, it said.
"One should remember that enslaving the families of the (non-believers) and taking their women as concubines is a firmly established aspect of the Shariah, that if one were to deny or mock, he would be denying or mocking the verses of the Quran and the narrations of the Prophet," the article said.Sex slavery. Feminists will love becoming Kajirae (slave-girls - courtesy of Gor).
If you were born and raised devout Islamic, then what would be the the choice of occupations available to you? Anything that contradicts Quran is out.ReplyDelete
I would have to be a Priest. At least I get three books to read - and can read.Delete
An interesting post by Hindu-American(?) about roots of Western (Occidental) civilization:ReplyDelete
Funny thing that ancient Athens left a far greater mark on our cultures than Sparta. Athens was seen as an inferior city to Sparta (even by Athenians themselves), but Athenians established many colonies across the Mediterranean, while Spartans had none.