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50.       femme_fatal
0 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 08:07 pm

Quoting CANLI:

Quoting femme_fatal:


super!
kadisha, super business woman driving expensive cars on one hand
and aisha with all other wives from colorfull harem wrapped up with blankets kept home


Look,Kadica ,Ayşa, and all Mohammed's SAV wives are holy to us,i would've answered to you if i know you would show them same respect that we show to Holy Mary,but knowing you wouldnt,so better end it.


why would i care if you respect mary or not?

i surely respect those poor women, but i think you prophet never did!

51.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 08:12 pm

Quoting catwoman:

Quoting Elisabeth:

but many of these woman in Islamic countries are opressed because of cultural restrictions and not necessarily because of their religion.


Please show me the cultural rules that are separate from religion (and that religion is against) which are the cause of the oppression of women.



I am not sure if you are asking me or someone else to answer this, so I will try to quantify what I am asking. When I first started dating my husband, I kind of laid down the law of who and what I am and what I will and will not do. I told him NO headscarf, NO converting to Islam, NO stay at home mommy stuff, NO not driving....ect...This was my experience with Islamic culture from my visits to SA. He explained that many of those things where cultural and he would never expect them from me because they were not part of his religion. I was curious if anyone felt like this was part of the religion or if they felt it was cultural.

52.       seker
943 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 08:28 pm

hi guys i'm turkish and i'm married with an english man and we are really happy we are fine with our cultureif you loveing eacother i'm sure will be fine everything.
i want to say something about live in turkey turkish girls
of course they are asking man's job if they are thinking really geting marry with this man you know in turkey woman not working sit at home cleaning look after children cooking each... now i think everything going change.turkish girls family they like to when they doungter's geting marry a good man behaving good and about moneythey are fine family like's they no need anything what they want they can buy it what they want to do they do.of course if they not good about money you know they family will help them this is not same in eruope family not helping to you because in eruope government paying if you not working each..turkish family behaveing not only for women at the sametime for men as well.turkish family protecting they children,you know example=turkish girl can't live alone her home or rented home.beacuse if they will live alone negibours speaking bad about that woman this is different for eruope in eruope if you working and getting help(about money) from governemnt your neigbour complainting about you beacuse you earning money more then themand i want to say about jeolus i dont think so only turkish women or men jeolus there is all country.

i hope you can understand what i'm try to saying because my english not really good enough i think

53.       femme_fatal
0 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 08:49 pm

Quoting CANLI:

Quoting femme_fatal:


super!
kadisha, super business woman driving expensive cars on one hand
and aisha with all other wives from colorfull harem wrapped up with blankets kept home


Look,Kadica ,Ayşa, and all Mohammed's SAV wives are holy to us,i would've answered to you if i know you would show them same respect that we show to Holy Mary,but knowing you wouldnt,so better end it.


canli
you should indeed end discussing with me on islam because you know nothing on it. the only way you believe in this religion is the way you were raised in this. you have no choice, so do many other muslims, because apostates should be punished by death accordin to islam.
your knowledge on this religion is too weak to discuss with me, all you know is a traditional local islam.

i will always question and criticise you, no matter how many defenders you have on this site.
cheese

54.       Trudy
7887 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 09:06 pm

Come on, you are all off-topic! Back to the first question please! lol

55.       femme_fatal
0 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 09:11 pm

Quoting Trudy:

Come on, you are all off-topic! Back to the first question please! lol


we cant talk of turkish girls out of islam, can we?

56.       Trudy
7887 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 09:17 pm

Quoting femme_fatal:

Quoting Trudy:

Come on, you are all off-topic! Back to the first question please! lol


we cant talk of turkish girls out of islam, can we?



No, we can't. But there are soooooo many topics about all aspects of Islam that I like to hear this other part: the female approach, the female Dudu's etc as stated in the first post. Just for a change (and because I'm curious.... .

57.       femme_fatal
0 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 09:21 pm

Quoting Trudy:

the female Dudu's etc as stated in the first post.


OMG this is impossible! all turkish girls are virgins!

58.       AEnigma III
0 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 09:23 pm

Quoting Trudy:

No, we can't. But there are soooooo many topics about all aspects of Islam that I like to hear this other part: the female approach, the female Dudu's etc as stated in the first post. Just for a change (and because I'm curious.... .



I ermmm hate to offend anyone, but you are more likely to find Eastern european dudus... there are even websites naming and shaming the girls who try to con men out of money.

Dont shoot me for saying this!

59.       alameda
3499 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 09:23 pm

This aggressive attack on Islamic values and insult to those who are most revered in Islam is way way out of line, and VERY much against Forum Rules.

I think the reason the "rules" were implemented was to prohibit just such activity. There isn't enough time or space here to get into religious debate. It's a very deep subject and few here are educated enough to delve into it.

One thing for sure is you don't see in Turkey are the elderly abandoned to Senior care facilities while their children have "more important" things to do. Children enjoy the love and care of an extended family/village, not profit driven child care centers. Food is created by people who have an interest in the health of those who partake of it, not the profit of the sale of a manufactured for profit commodity.

Think about it.

60.       femme_fatal
0 posts
 13 Nov 2007 Tue 09:26 pm

TC Humor Police is here!

QUIET everybody!

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