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Question by : What is the theological understanding(s) of jinns as the cause of mental illness in Islam?
I have posted this question before and got some excellent answers (thanks especially to Sarah Bint Jihad). I am re-posting on it on principal (it should not have been deleted) and because one of the respondents sent me a link to an excellent You-Tube video on the topic that I simply cannot seem to find.

My question is this:

Islam has historically shown compassion and kindness to the mentally ill (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_mental_disorders#Persia.2C_Arabia_and_the_Muslim_Empire and also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychology_in_medieval_Islam in this regard). In medieval times, when the mentally ill were cruelly persecuted in Christian Europe, Muslim physicians posited that mental illness was the product of chemical imbalances etc and not personal fault. Even Mohammed (PBUH) said that three categories of people should be spared judgement, “the child, until he reaches puberty, the sleeping until he wakes, and the insane until he becomes sane.”

This notwithstanding, I was watching a documentary on Al Jazeera World News this afternoon about mental illness in Pakistan, and about the immense stigma attached to it. The documentary did not touch on the issue of jinns, but, as can be expected (and as is the case in non-Muslim countries too) highlighted the fact that people were not educated about mental illness etc, which obviously lends way to greater stigma. Upon further research I found that many people believe mental illness is the result (exclusively) of possession by jinns.

What would a more educated, and soundly theological view on this issue be? Can jinns cause mental illness? Does this negate the influence of chemical imbalances etc? How do you know if someone is biologically mentally ill as opposed to possessed by a jinn? What is your view on this issue?

Thanks to all who answer.
@Rosy Pearl – Sorry to sound ignorant, but what is Athan and/ or Dhikr?
@Sub-Poof- What are pirs?
@Cool – I appreciate your concern, but I am interested in garnering a variety of opinions on the issue – And Sub-Poofy did state he was offering an opinion. I think that both your responses are very interesting and would like to thank you both for answering. Unfortunately I lost the link to the You-Tube video when my question got deleted! Hopefully someone will re-post it! :)

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Answer by Cool Fundamentalist-Allahs’ Slave
I hope you read this book titled:

The jinn and human sickness (it contains all answers to the questions you posted above).

http://www.kalamullah.com/Books/The%20Jinn%20And%20Human%20Sickness.pdf

do consult this one link for more information on jinns:

http://www.kalamullah.com/jinn.html

Encyclopedian on jinns

http://www.islamawareness.net/Jinn/

@asker:
don’t be confused by sub poofys response.
he is ignorant and speaking without knowledge.

Learn that ‘sufism’ is NOT islam.

Sufism was not known in the time of the Prophet (may Allah raise his rank and grant him peace) or his Companions, nor was it well known in the first three generations after them. It first appeared in Basrah in Iraq, where some people went to extremes in worship and in avoiding the worldly life, something which is admonished in the Quran:

“The Monasticism which they invented for themselves; We did not prescribe it for them.” Qur’an 57:27

read more about sufism from this link:

http://www.islamreligion.com/articles/1388/

I’d further advise you to learn islam from AUTHENTIC sources and certified scholars.

Not from ‘hearsays’ or what ‘people think’.
For Islam is not based upon any persons priorthoughts, intellect or knowledge.

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“Does Islam condone suicide?

by admin on February 1, 2012

Question by smart-doctor-egypt: “Does Islam condone suicide?
Islam Hijacked
Rabbi Reuven Firestone, author of “Jihad: The Origin of Holy War in Islam” and Professor of Medieval Judaism and Islam at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles, offers his insights into the events of September 11.

The queries have come in steadily since the great increase in suicide bombings by Muslim Palestinians during the past year, but since Sept. 11, they have come virtually non-stop. “Does Islam condone suicide? Does Islam condone killing noncombatants? Does Islam teach that a martyr who enters heaven gets the pleasure of 70 virgins? Does Islam really teach the universal doctrine of ‘Islam or the sword?’ Does Islam hate Jews and Judaism?” or, “Does Islam fundamentally hate anyone and anything not Muslim or Islamic?”

Americans know almost nothing about Islam beyond what they pick up from films and novels and news reports (much of it erroneous). Israelis probably know even less, though many have the bad habit of claiming (with some swagger) that they know Muslims because they live with them. The truth of the matter is that Israelis don’t live with Muslims, hardly see them beyond what they see on their own televisions, and tend to have an extremely distorted view of Islam. We few who know something about Islam are bombarded with questions and asked for interviews, but given the hurry and the nature of media discourse, the short answers often confuse more than clarify.

Simplistic clarifications by so-called “Muslim scholars” often confuse the situation even more, because virtually any Muslim can claim to be a scholar and speak on behalf of Islam. From my own experience, many of them seem not to know what they are talking about.

So how do we arrive at the truth about Islam? Is it a fundamentally violent and hateful religion, as its detractors have claimed? Or is it a religion of compassion and reason, as its Muslim adherents insist? To answer this question, we must first look inward. How have its champions and its enemies characterized Judaism? We have suffered the abuse of religious character assassination by those who not only have hated us, but also by those who have feared us. Anyone who can read is able to find excerpts in translation from the Bible and from our Talmud and midrash that would curdle the blood of any innocent reader who doesn’t know the context of the citations. Our great King David arranged the murder of an innocent man because he lusted over the poor man’s wife (2 Samuel 11). Rabbis incinerate their opponents (Shabbat 34a, Sanhedrin 100a). The Torah even calls for mass extermination, for genocide of the native Canaanite inhabitants of the land (Deuteronomy 7). It is just as easy to find violent material in the Quran and in the second most important source of Islamic religious teaching: the Hadith literature (parallel to Oral Law in Judaism). It almost need not be said that one can just as well find material urging compassion for the needy, the poor, the homeless, the orphan and widow.

One of my criticisms of self-proclaimed pundits of Islam is that they do not cite their sources. Take a look at some of the key issues that lie at the core of the questions listed above.

About a week before the suicide massacres and destruction of the World Trade Center towers in New York, “60 Minutes” claimed to have interviewed a Palestinian working for and with suicide bombers intending to kill Israelis. Interviewed in Arabic, the English voice-over translation had the man claiming that a martyr who enters Paradise will enjoy the sexual pleasures of 70 or 72 virgin women.

A number of self-proclaimed Muslim scholars accused “60 Minutes” of distorting the transcript and demanded an apology. They claimed to have heard the original Arabic in spite of the loud English voice-over and emphatically stated that he said nothing of the sort. They even went further, to claim that Islam would never teach such a thing. This was clearly an attempt to avoid public embarrassment, but the truth is that according to Islamic lore and tradition, a male who enters heaven enters what we in the West would consider a hedonistic paradise full of physical and sensual pleasures. This is simply a fact. The origin of this view most certainly lies in the context of the extremely stark and difficult life of ancient Bedouin Arabia. Something as simple as the constant flow of water in a stream was considered miraculous, so it would be natural to imagine heaven as flowing with streams of water under the shade of huge trees.

But there are other delights as well, according to a Hadith in an authoritative collection called Sunan al-Tirmidhi, which would be on the shelves of any Muslim scholar. In my edition, published in Beirut, it can be found in a section called “The Book of Description of the Garden,” chapter 23, titled “The least reward for the people of Heaven,” Hadith number 2562. The Hadith reads literally as follows: “Sawda (Tirmidhi’s grandfather) reported that he heard from Abdullah, who received from Rishdin b. Sa’d, who in turn learned from Amr b. al-Harith, from Darraj, from Abul-Haytham, from Abu Sa’id al-Khudri, who received it from the Apostle of God [Muhammad]: The least [reward] for the people of Heaven is 80,000 servants and 72 wives, over which stands a dome of pearls, aquamarine and ruby, as [wide as the distance] between al-Jaabiyya and San’a.” That these 72 wives are virgin is confirmed by Quran (55:74) and commentaries on that verse. Al-Jaabiyya was a suburb of Damascus, according to the famous 14th century commentator, Isma’il Ibn Kathir, so one personal jeweled dome would stretch the distance from Syria to Yemen, some 1,600 miles.

Was this tradition intended to be believed literally? Do Muslims believe it literally? Are they required to? This particular Hadith has technical weaknesses in its chain of transmitters and is therefore not considered impeccable, though it is listed in an authoritative collection. As a result, Muslims are not required to believe in it, though many inevitably do (but an even more respectable Hadith with virtually the same message can be found in Tirmidhi K. Fada’il al-Jihad 25:1663). I am sure that many believe that they will experience incredible physical pleasures when they enter heaven. I personally have no problem with that. Religions inevitably expect their adherents to believe things that would seem absurd to believers of other religions.

The more important question is, who is privileged to enter heaven according to Islam? Does a suicide bomber who kills innocent people merit entrance into heaven? The answer to this question would appear to be quite clear. Because Islam is a religious civilization that has been associated with political power for many centuries, its religious scholars have had the responsibility to deal with issues of state and with issues of war. Islam, therefore, has a lot to say on such issues. On the issue of suicide and harming innocents, Islam is unambiguous.

The four schools of Islamic law expressly forbid the harming of noncombatants. These include women, children, monks and hermits, the aged, blind and insane. In the most authoritative collection of Hadith, the Sahih al-Bukhari (The Book of Jihad, chapters 147-147, Hadiths 257-258), Muhammad expressly disapproves and then forbids the slaying of women and children. “A woman was found killed during one of the Apostle of God’s battles, so the Apostle of God forbade the killing of women and children.” This message is found in a number of authoritative collections and has been formalized in the legal literature. Islam also expressly forbids suicide, the punishment for which is eternal reenactment of the act and revisitation of the pain. Sahih al-Bukhari (K. Jana’iz 82:445-446) has the following on the authority of the Prophet: “Whoever commits suicide with a piece of iron will be punished with the same piece of iron in Hell. Whoever commits suicide by throttling shall keep on throttling himself in Hell [forever], and whoever commits suicide by stabbing shall keep on stabbing himself in Hell [forever].”

On the other hand, martyrdom in war for Islamic cause is praised extensively throughout the literature. The Quran teaches (3:169): “Do not consider those killed [while engaging] in God’s cause dead. Rather, they live with their Lord, who sustains them!” The Quranic idiom, “killed while engaging in God’s cause” is a reference to martyrdom for acting on being a Muslim, whether as a persecuted and powerless individual or as a warrior fighting for the expansion of the world of Islam. Perhaps the most compelling expression is composed of the idioms found in the most authoritative sources and attributed to the Prophet, “Paradise is [found] under the shade of swords,” or “Paradise is under the gleam of swords” (Sahih Bukhari, Jihad, 22:73). Muhammad’s companion, Abu Hurayra, said that he heard the Prophet say: “By the One in Whose hands is my soul [i.e., by God], I would love to be martyred [while engaged] in God’s cause, then be resurrected, then martyred, then resurrected, then martyred, then resurrected, and then martyred” (Sahih Bukhari, Jihad 7:54). A Hadith in Sunan al-Tirmidhi states that in contrast to the suicide, the martyr does not even feel the pain of his death (Fada’il al-Jihad, 26:1663). He is also forgiven all his sins and has the right to intercede on behalf of his own family to enter Heaven.

So suicide is forbidden, killing of noncombatants is forbidden, but martyrdom is rewarded with entrance into heaven and, therefore, with great material rewards in the world to come. We are beginning to uncover the complexity of the problem. It rests to a great extent on interpretation and the authority of those who make the interpretations. One stable person’s definition of suicide may be interpreted as martyrdom by a fanatic. All these categories may be easily manipulated by fanatical, desperate, or evil people. A reasonable person’s obvious identification of innocent noncombatants may be categorized as Satan’s hordes by someone who is desperate and confused. Add to this the fact that most, though not all, suicide bombers are in desperate economic straits.

We need to add one more ingredient to an already complex soup, and this is the perception of the West (and the West includes Israel) among many Muslims who live in the Middle East. The West prides itself with having brought many gifts to the civilized world: tolerance, democracy, pluralism, freedom. To the natives of many parts of the world that were exploited by colonialism, imperialism and today’s “globalism,” these noble contributions are meaningless. Many Muslims in the Middle East see them as no more than slogans that attempt to hide the true intent of the West: political and religious domination and economic exploitation.

To a poor peasant or middle-class urban dweller who suffers the loss of children to disease, lacks opportunities for improvement, and has a grim and downtrodden daily existence while watching TV-movie portrayals of Western wealth and decadence, it is not a stretch to conceive of the United States and Israel as the greater and lesser Satans.

Of course, local corrupt leadership often takes advantage of such sentiment in order to prop up its own crooked regimes. In fact, the secular leaders of Muslim countries have always tried to manipulate Islamic symbols and images in order to manipulate their populations. Add this also to our soup. Islam is a noble and compassionate religion, but like all good things, Islam may be cynically used and manipulated. Misguided people may also manipulate it in good faith.

The outrageously unstable political situation in the Middle East, the terrible economic situation, the lack of freedoms and lack of a tradition of open inquiry for the past six centuries all contribute to an environment of suspicion and bitterness.

Whom can you trust, if not God? But God has also been manipulated, and this is the saddest aspect of the complex we call the Middle East. God has been hijacked by terrorists. Islam is not the problem. Terrorism is the problem, and terrorists have hijacked both Islam and God.

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This article appeared originally in The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, September 28, 2001

http://www.islamfortoday.com/firestone01.htm

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Query by sensible-doctor-egypt: “Does Islam essentially loathe anyone and nearly anything not Muslim or Islamic?”?
Islam Hijacked
Rabbi Reuven Firestone, writer of “Jihad: The Origin of Holy War in Islam” and Professor of Medieval Judaism and Islam at Hebrew Union Higher education in Los Angeles, offers his insights into the gatherings of September 11.

The queries have occur in steadily because the wonderful boost in suicide bombings by Muslim Palestinians during the previous yr, but given that Sept. eleven, they have come nearly non-halt. “Does Islam condone suicide? Does Islam condone killing noncombatants? Does Islam teach that a martyr who enters heaven will get the satisfaction of 70 virgins? Does Islam genuinely teach the universal doctrine of ‘Islam or the sword?’ Does Islam loathe Jews and Judaism?” or, “Does Islam fundamentally hate anyone and nearly anything not Muslim or Islamic?”

Americans know virtually practically nothing about Islam beyond what they pick up from films and novels and news studies (a lot of it erroneous). Israelis almost certainly know even less, however a lot of have the poor behavior of declaring (with some swagger) that they know Muslims because they dwell with them. The truth of the make a difference is that Israelis do not are living with Muslims, hardly see them past what they see on their own televisions, and are likely to have an very distorted look at of Islam. We couple of who know something about Islam are bombarded with concerns and asked for interviews, but offered the hurry and the nature of media discourse, the quick solutions often confuse far more than clarify.

Simplistic clarifications by so-called “Muslim scholars” often confuse the predicament even much more, because nearly any Muslim can declare to be a scholar and talk on behalf of Islam. From my personal experience, many of them seem to be not to know what they are talking about.

So how do we arrive at the real truth about Islam? Is it a essentially violent and hateful religion, as its detractors have claimed? Or is it a faith of compassion and purpose, as its Muslim adherents insist? To answer this query, we need to first seem inward. How have its champions and its enemies characterized Judaism? We have endured the abuse of spiritual character assassination by these who not only have hated us, but also by these who have feared us. Anyone who can read is ready to find excerpts in translation from the Bible and from our Talmud and midrash that would curdle the blood of any innocent reader who doesn’t know the context of the citations. Our excellent King David organized the murder of an innocent guy because he lusted over the bad man’s wife (two Samuel eleven). Rabbis incinerate their opponents (Shabbat 34a, Sanhedrin 100a). The Torah even phone calls for mass extermination, for genocide of the native Canaanite inhabitants of the land (Deuteronomy 7). It is just as straightforward to find violent materials in the Quran and in the 2nd most important source of Islamic spiritual instructing: the Hadith literature (parallel to Oral Legislation in Judaism). It virtually want not be explained that a single can just as properly discover materials urging compassion for the needy, the bad, the homeless, the orphan and widow.

One particular of my criticisms of self-proclaimed pundits of Islam is that they do not cite their resources. Get a seem at some of the important concerns that lie at the core of the queries outlined previously mentioned.

About a week prior to the suicide massacres and destruction of the World Trade Center towers in New York, “sixty Minutes” claimed to have interviewed a Palestinian operating for and with suicide bombers intending to kill Israelis. Interviewed in Arabic, the English voice-more than translation had the gentleman proclaiming that a martyr who enters Paradise will enjoy the sexual pleasures of 70 or 72 virgin ladies.

A range of self-proclaimed Muslim scholars accused “sixty Minutes” of distorting the transcript and demanded an apology. They claimed to have heard the first Arabic in spite of the loud English voice-over and emphatically said that he explained nothing of the kind. They even went more, to declare that Islam would in no way train these kinds of a factor. This was evidently an attempt to steer clear of public embarrassment, but the truth is that in accordance to Islamic lore and tradition, a douleur who enters heaven enters what we in the West would consider a hedonistic paradise full of bodily and sensual pleasures. This is just a simple fact. The origin of this see most undoubtedly lies in the context of the very stark and difficult existence of ancient Bedouin Arabia. Something as straightforward as the constant circulation of h2o in a stream was regarded as miraculous, so it would be natural to imagine heaven as flowing with streams of drinking water under the shade of massive trees.

But there are other delights as well, according to a Hadith in an authoritative selection known as Sunan al-Tirmidhi, which would be on the shelves of any Muslim scholar. In my version, printed in Beirut, it can be identified in a part known as “The Book of Description of the Backyard,” chapter 23, titled “The least reward for the folks of Heaven,” Hadith quantity 2562. The Hadith reads actually as follows: “Sawda (Tirmidhi’s grandfather) noted that he observed from Abdullah, who obtained from Rishdin b. Sa’d, who in flip realized from Amr b. al-Harith, from Darraj, from Abul-Haytham, from Abu Sa’id al-Khudri, who received it from the Apostle of God [Muhammad]: The least [reward] for the individuals of Heaven is eighty,000 servants and 72 wives, about which stands a dome of pearls, aquamarine and ruby, as [extensive as the length] between al-Jaabiyya and San’a.” That these 72 wives are virgin is confirmed by Quran (55:74) and commentaries on that verse. Al-Jaabiyya was a suburb of Damascus, according to the renowned 14th century commentator, Isma’il Ibn Kathir, so a single private jeweled dome would stretch the distance from Syria to Yemen, some one,600 miles.

Was this custom meant to be considered actually? Do Muslims feel it virtually? Are they needed to? This distinct Hadith has specialized weaknesses in its chain of transmitters and is as a result not regarded as impeccable, even though it is detailed in an authoritative selection. As a result, Muslims are not required to imagine in it, although a lot of inevitably do (but an even a lot more respectable Hadith with nearly the very same communication can be found in Tirmidhi K. Fada’il al-Jihad twenty five:1663). I am confident that a lot of think that they will expertise incredible bodily pleasures when they enter heaven. I personally have no difficulty with that. Religions inevitably count on their adherents to believe points that would appear absurd to believers of other religions.

The far more essential query is, who is privileged to enter heaven according to Islam? Does a suicide bomber who kills innocent people merit entrance into heaven? The answer to this query would appear to be quite crystal clear. Due to the fact Islam is a non secular civilization that has been associated with political electricity for several generations, its spiritual scholars have had the duty to offer with concerns of state and with troubles of war. Islam, for that reason, has a whole lot to say on this sort of issues. On the issue of suicide and harming innocents, Islam is unambiguous.

The 4 colleges of Islamic law expressly forbid the harming of noncombatants. These include women, kids, monks and hermits, the aged, blind and crazy. In the most authoritative selection of Hadith, the Sahih al-Bukhari (The Ebook of Jihad, chapters 147-147, Hadiths 257-258), Muhammad expressly disapproves and then forbids the slaying of women and children. “A girl was identified killed for the duration of one of the Apostle of God’s battles, so the Apostle of God forbade the killing of women and young children.” This communication is identified in a quantity of authoritative collections and has been formalized in the authorized literature. Islam also expressly forbids suicide, the punishment for which is eternal reenactment of the act and revisitation of the soreness. Sahih al-Bukhari (K. Jana’iz 82:445-446) has the subsequent on the authority of the Prophet: “Whoever commits suicide with a piece of iron will be punished with the identical piece of iron in Hell. Whoever commits suicide by throttling shall maintain on throttling himself in Hell [once and for all], and whoever commits suicide by stabbing shall keep on stabbing himself in Hell [once and for all].”

On the other hand, martyrdom in war for Islamic cause is praised extensively throughout the literature. The Quran teaches (three:169): “Do not take into account people killed [while engaging] in God’s lead to dead. Relatively, they are living with their Lord, who sustains them!” The Quranic idiom, “killed although engaging in God’s trigger” is a reference to martyrdom for acting on being a Muslim, regardless of whether as a persecuted and powerless personal or as a warrior combating for the expansion of the planet of Islam. Maybe the most persuasive expression is composed of the idioms identified in the most authoritative sources and attributed to the Prophet, “Paradise is [found] under the shade of swords,” or “Paradise is below the gleam of swords” (Sahih Bukhari, Jihad, 22:73). Muhammad’s companion, Abu Hurayra, stated that he noticed the Prophet say: “By the A single in Whose hands is my soul [i.e., by God], I would enjoy to be martyred [although engaged] in God’s cause, then be resurrected, then martyred, then resurrected, then martyred, then resurrected, and then martyred” (Sahih Bukhari, Jihad seven:54). A Hadith in Sunan al-Tirmidhi states that in contrast to the suicide, the martyr does not even truly feel the ache of his demise (Fada’il al-Jihad, 26:1663). He is also forgiven all his sins and has the correct to intercede on behalf of his possess family to enter Heaven.

So suicide is forbidden, killing of noncombatants is forbidden, but martyrdom is rewarded with entrance into heaven and, as a result, with fantastic substance benefits in the planet to come. We are beginning to uncover the complexity of the issue. It rests to a great extent on interpretation and the authority of people who make the interpretations. A single secure person’s definition of suicide might be interpreted as martyrdom by a fanatic. All these groups may be very easily manipulated by fanatical, desperate, or evil men and women. A realistic person’s clear identification of innocent noncombatants may possibly be categorized as Satan’s hordes by someone who is desperate and baffled. Include to this the fact that most, though not all, suicide bombers are in desperate economic straits.

We require to add 1 far more ingredient to an currently sophisticated soup, and this is the perception of the West (and the West includes Israel) among several Muslims who dwell in the Center East. The West prides itself with possessing introduced many gifts to the civilized globe: tolerance, democracy, pluralism, freedom. To the natives of several elements of the entire world that had been exploited by colonialism, imperialism and today’s “globalism,” these noble contributions are meaningless. Several Muslims in the Center East see them as no more than slogans that try to conceal the genuine intent of the West: political and non secular domination and financial exploitation.

To a bad peasant or center-class urban dweller who suffers the reduction of young children to ailment, lacks chances for improvement, and has a grim and downtrodden daily existence even though observing Television-film portrayals of Western prosperity and decadence, it is not a stretch to conceive of the United States and Israel as the higher and lesser Satans.

Of training course, local corrupt leadership usually will take edge of this sort of sentiment in order to prop up its very own crooked regimes. In simple fact, the secular leaders of Muslim nations around the world have constantly experimented with to manipulate Islamic symbols and images in purchase to manipulate their populations. Include this also to our soup. Islam is a noble and compassionate religion, but like all very good issues, Islam might be cynically utilized and manipulated. Misguided men and women may also manipulate it in very good faith.

The outrageously unstable political situation in the Middle East, the terrible economic circumstance, the absence of freedoms and absence of a custom of open up inquiry for the earlier six centuries all lead to an surroundings of suspicion and bitterness.

Whom can you believe in, if not God? But God has also been manipulated, and this is the saddest factor of the intricate we get in touch with the Center East. God has been hijacked by terrorists. Islam is not the problem. Terrorism is the issue, and terrorists have hijacked the two Islam and God.

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This write-up appeared originally in The Jewish Journal of Increased Los Angeles, September 28, 2001

http://www.islamfortoday.com/firestone01.htm

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Issue by broken: For any declare on how liberals are total supporters of Islam at the expense of other religions…?
Do individuals forget about a thing? Several of them might effectively be anti-religion in general.

And how about “severe Leftists”?

Here is a Communist who seemed to show the veil reminded him of “medieval traditions”
http://information.bbc.co.united kingdom/two/hi there/8607802.stm

I thought I read one more article which statements Communists in France walked out above the measure recently, but I couldn’t locate it anymore.

Can an individual remember to aid me with my confusion?

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Reply by Klaatu barada nikto
Being anti-Muslim is being anti-pedophile.

Muslims nevertheless apply the policy of marrying ” child brides ” as their Founder, Muhammed,, did when he married his second spouse, Aisha, when she was 6 many years previous and he was 50 several years aged. He then waited three far more several years to consummate the marriage.

Muslims right now also practice ” Honor Killings ” exactly where teenager girls are killed if they ” dishonor ” their household.
There have been several US circumstances of ” Honor Killings ” Murders the most renowned of which was the Muslim Father in Texas who murdered his 2 teenage daughters since they had ” dishonored ” him by becoming also Westernized.

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