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Gang of Muslims storm nudist pool in Germany and threaten to 'exterminate' women
Just under 15 per cent of Swedish children between the ages of 12 and 16 said they had sent these types messages or images to others, according to a new study. More than 30 per cent of young people in this age group had received sex-related messages. And the older they were, the greater the likelihood was that they had been sexting. Researchers from the University of Gothenburg said the clearest difference in their study was between how girls and boys experienced sexting. Girls more often than boys are sent sexual messages and images from strangers. They also feel more pressured to participate in sexting, according to a press release from the University of Gothenburg.
The real sex lives of Muslim women
When an East End primary head teacher tried to ban the hijab for small girls, a vicious campaign against her was unleashed by activists. As the former leader of the Muslim Parliament of Great Britain, Dr Ghayasuddin Siddiqui was uncompromising over the Iranian fatwa imposing the death sentence on Salman Rushdie for insulting the Prophet. When Iran relaxed it in , Dr Siddiqui complained they had no authority to do so. Cover illustration by Michael Daley. It was, he mused, as if the protection afforded to Muslims to practise and proselytise every aspect of their faith — short of physical jihad — counted for little. I think, by and large, this is the direction the Muslim community is taking, leading to victimhood, a grievance culture.
The battle for British Muslims’ integration
There are other women who thinks otherwise. What do you think? The objective here is to help suffering and deprived Islamic women if there with guidance and to show them ways out from their current sufferings. Seema Maheshavari : Does the Admin have a way to start a separate blog for general discussions?
In the quote provided above, Leila Ahmed, a Harvard Divinity School scholar of Islam, highlights the reasons for the filtered version of the history of women of pre-Islamic Arabia. A more difficult task is to find out how women have been discussed in Islamic literature over the last 14 centuries by men, to be precise. A pattern emerges. In other words, Quran does not make lawful to women what it makes lawful to men; their rights are not the same.