Islamic Sharia Law Vs Liberty, Equality and Democracy
“If you wish to know how civilized a culture is, look at how they treat its women.” Bacha Khan
Iranian-Canadian Shabnam Assadollahi asks the key question: ‘If feminism means: “The advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men, and is the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities”, why have national feminist organizations in Canada not condemned oppression and atrocities against women living under Islamic Sharia Law?’
The answer is that many people call themselves feminists simply to signal their virtue. But it is apparent that this so-called feminism is at best an affectation, and seems to be a political stance to hold together various identity groups who are fundamentally incompatible.
The sooner feminists, if they exist any more, realize this the better.
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