Is this really how Muslims should look at Women?

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Veiling the face originally meant Prostitute

By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Veiling the face originally signified the woman or girl dressed in such a manner is a prostitute or slave, available for sex to anyone in the street or their master's bidding... I know this may sound shocking, considering it's not what we get told by mullahs, but it can be easily…Read more Veiling the face originally meant Prostitute

AOBM’s Stance on the French Burqa Ban

The Association of British Muslims regards a ban on any form of clothing as a somewhat extreme and rather undesirable course of action to take. We recognise and respect the human right of people to wear whatever they want. However, this goes both ways, and applies to someone who wants to wear miniskirts as much…Read more AOBM’s Stance on the French Burqa Ban

Culture and Intellect

By Imam Abdassamad Clarke Ihsan Mosque, Norwich Muslims have been misled by the failed agendas of multiculturalism into making Islam something intrinsically foreign. Dress is one aspect. The point of dress, for both men and women, is modesty and to cover what ought not to be seen in public. Every race, nation and culture has…Read more Culture and Intellect

Why Saira Khan wants the burkha banned and why I agree with her

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1195052/Why-I-British-Muslim-woman-want-burkha-banned-streets.html Great article from Saira Khan, I entirely agree with Saira's views on this. Burkhas and niqabs are cultural clothing, from intolerant societies in the Middle East, they have nothing whatsoever to do with Islam! As Saira correctly stated: "I have read the Koran. Nowhere in the Koran does it state that a woman's face…Read more Why Saira Khan wants the burkha banned and why I agree with her