Friday, December 7, 2007

What the CAIR bear teaches about Islam

WorldNetDaily: What the CAIR bear teaches about Islam
All are scandalized that in a country dominated by Shariah law, an "infidel" would be targeted for trivia. Or, rather, for nothing at all. The indignation with which the incident has been greeted in the West is more telling than the event itself. It speaks to a hopeless, congenital stupidity about Islam.

We know what to expect from Islam's advocates. Whenever a Muslim woman's genitals are infibulated, when she is flogged for having been raped, killed for "honor," or betrothed at age 9, Islam's aficionados invariably claim these barbarisms are a manifestation of cultural peculiarities, or of the imposter, inauthentic Islam. The teddy-bear incident will be similarly rationalized.

Ms. Gibbons' innocence about Islam reminds me of another group of half-witted women, this time American, who dominated the news some years back. Guided by hormones – and the liberal tenet according to which all people are fundamentally the same – the ladies married Saudi Arabian lads. These women were convinced they could transform their Wahhabi paramours into sensitive Westerners, who share the housework and carry the newborn in a papoose.

Having entered such ill-fated relationships willingly, and had children with their Wahhabi men, the women were now ready for the next stage in the "adventure": They followed their spouses to Saudi Arabia. What fun! There, much to their surprise, their mates turned them into inmates. The women and their daughters were now rightless prisoners. How's that for an "unforeseen" development?!

Before relocating to Saudi Arabia, you'd have thought the ladies would've taken a trip first to their local library. Had they done their homework, they'd have discovered that Saudi Arabia is a medieval theocracy, where uttering a loud Hail Mary can get you into trouble with the religious police, the Mutawaa'in.

In one incident, the Saudi Mutawaa'in caused the death by fire of a number of schoolgirls. The devout deputies refused to let the girls escape because their heads were immodestly uncovered, the fire having incinerated their headgear. Suffice it to say, you'd have to be retarded – and certainly negligent – to voluntarily raise daughters in Saudi Arabia.

When reality dawned, the American women who wed Wahhabis turned to President Bush to rectify their marital mistakes and rescue the children they'd imperiled.

Ms. Gibbons is lucky; she escaped with her life. She now continues her mea culpa – bowing and scraping to the religion of peace's raging religionists. The adventure may be over, but the learning has yet to begin.

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