Skip to comments.Obama's mosque visit demonstrates tacit acceptance of a form of gender apartheid
Posted on 02/03/2016 6:20:24 PM PST by Pining_4_TX
As President and Michelle Obama argued decades ago in the context of the U.S. civil rights movement, separate is indeed unequal. To Muslim womenâs rights activists fighting for equal access to mosques as part of a broader campaign for reform â from equal education for women and girls to freedom from so-called âhonor killingsâ â the presidentâs visit to a mosque that practices such blatant inequity represents a step backwards. While it may be meant to convey a message of religious inclusiveness to American Muslims, the visit demonstrates tacit acceptance of a form of discrimination that amounts to gender apartheid. For that reason, we will be standing outside the mosque on Johnnycake Road, as close as the Secret Service allows, to protest the separate and unequal standards inside and advocate for equal rights.
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11 1/2 months.............
Exemplifies the filthy Democrats WAR ON WOMEN !!!!!
What ? No pictures of B. Hussein with his ass in the air and his head in the ass of the guy in front of him?
And I don’t mean the pictures of date night with Reggie.
Neither of the Obamas had anything to do with the civil rights movement
LOL Baraq was smokin weed in Hawaii and Mooch was hangin with Jesse Jacksons daughter in So. Chitown.
the pass he gives Islam and Muslims that he doesn’t to Christianity, Judaism, and humanism (which Geert Wilders points out are the bedrock of REAL civilization) is why people think he’s a Muslim; not conservatives.
And never mind their stance on gay rights, which is basically - death.
you’ve basically summed up part of the reason I’ve left the Democrat Party; they’ve shed any principle for demographics they think will go in their favor (more Muslim voters and making “Islamophobia” a race thing, or at least feeding into it) and plan to use it as cover to implement a far-left agenda.
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