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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Religion of Peace™ Says "Wear a Headscarf or Die"

Hojatolislam Gholam Reza Hassani, functionally the spokesman of Ayatollah Khamenei-the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran- says woman that don't wear a hijab should be killed, along with their husbands and fathers:
"Women who do not respect the hijab and their husbands deserve to die," said Hassani, who leads Friday prayers in the city of Urumieh, in Iranian Azerbaijan.

"I do not understand how these women who do not respect the hijab, 28 years after the birth of the Islamic Republic, are still alive," he said.

"These women and their husbands and their fathers must die,"
O.K. to put the scale of this guys statement and how many followers it affects in a very rough perspective compared to Christianity; imagine if tomorrow, the Patriarch of Constantinople, head of the Eastern Orthodox Church (he's like the Pope to the former East-Block commie countries), called for the execution of women and their families for not following the Orthodox religious dress code.

In a related matter, WHY do I have to write about this sort of thing in the year 2007?

-T

1 Comments:

Anonymous mod said...

Typical right wing reactionary writing. Stop twisting his words to help support your far right, neo-con ideology.

He didn't say they "must be killed." He said "They deserve to die" and they "must die".

This is just typical Bush-bot fear mongering!

12/20/2007 6:00 PM  

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