Skip to comments.National Park Service videos praise Islam's contributions to women's rights
Posted on 09/23/2013 11:11:34 AM PDT by barmag25
Come again? There are two elements in the title of this post that dont compute. One is the phrase Islam's contributions to women's rights. Well return to this shortly. The second is the proposition National Park Service produces videos praising Islam's contributions. How exactly is it within the purview of the National Park Service to praise or even condemn a religion? At least you can rest easy in the knowledge that your tax dollars are paying for these videos
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
A woman’s right to be gang raped and stoned as the criminal?
Yeah, Islam is so progressive.
“You have the right to be beaten.”
“You have the right to obey muslim males, so that we won’t have to honor kill you.”
“You have the right to always cover up in public.”
“You have the right to stay in your home unless you have a male escort.”
“You have the right to be raped if you leave your home without a male escort or uncovered.”
“You have the right to be stoned to death if you accuse Muslim males of raping you.”
“You have the right to not drive...ever.”
“You have the right to remain ignorant, education being for the males.”
Park Service notably silent on that “right”.
“You have the right to have body parts sawed-off with a rusty knife”.
Park Service is silent about that “right” too.
And they’d ignore it while calling you a hater for pointing it out.
In case you wish to ping your list.
My immediate first thought.
Next they’ll be putting out a video praising Hitler’s contributions to the settling of Israel.
The Armed & Rangerous hard at work, wasting your money and helping Islam.
I nominate that for Post Of The Day.
Or the Klan's contributions to civil rights....
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