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No to Honor Killing -2 by Nayzak No to Honor Killing -2 by Nayzak
Assalaamu alaikum{peace be to you],

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:bulletred:A FOREIGN PRACTICE:
Honour killings are in no way, shape or form condoned
by Islam. On the contrary, Islam categorically denounces vigilantism, rather encouraging mercy, justice and the rule of law.
Why then do such tragic events occur? Let us consider the example of the Muslim man recently given a life sentence for slitting his daughter’s throat in an “Honour Killing” after she began dating a Christian. This is a tragic story of irreconcilable cultural differences between a father who had a traditional ‘Muslim’ upbringing, values and background and a daughter who had adopted non-Islamic cultural life.

But a devout Muslim who understands their religion correctly would certainly never take another life. In reality, such tragedies have nothing to do with true faith. Her father’s sense of shame at his daughter’s actions led to him taking her life in the erroneous belief that this act would redeem the family name. The concept of respect is a very strong motivating factor amongst non-Caucasian races, regardless of
their religious affiliation. Its origins appear to stem from tribal, clan or village origins. This is in sharp contradistinction to the teachings of our noble religion Islam, in which it is held that all individuals are personally responsible for their own actions. Her father’s un-Islamic action is liable for punishment under Islamic law.

This practice of ‘honour killing’ is a form of murder without trial, which is contrary to Islam. Islam upholds the sanctity of human life, as the Holy Qur’an declares that killing one innocent human being is akin to killing the entire human race. Islam considers all forms of life as sacred. There is certainly no justification for such a practice of “Honour Killing” in Islamic Law (Shari'ah*).


:bulletred:IT'S ALL ABOUT MALE DOMINATION:
The problem of “honour killings” is not a problem of morality or of ensuring that women maintain their own personal virtue; rather, it is a problem of domination, power and hatred of women who, in these instances, are viewed as nothing more than servants to the family, both physically and symbolically.

And the sad consequences of this domination are that thousands of girls and women across the globe (although mostly centred in the Middle East) are murdered by male family members each year in the name of family honour. Honour killings are executed for instances of rape, infidelity, flirting or any other instance perceived as disgracing the family's honour, and the woman is then killed by a male relative to restore the family's name in the community. Many women are killed based on suspicions of a family member and are not given the chance to defend themselves. The allegation alone is enough to defile a man's or family's honour and is therefore enough to justify the killing of the woman. The men who commit the murder typically go unpunished or receive reduced sentences.

Honour killings have been reported in Bangladesh, Brazil, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Pakistan, Sweden, Turkey, Uganda and the United Kingdom. Honour killings tend to be prevalent in countries with a majority Muslim population, but many Islamic leaders and scholars condemn the practice and deny that it is based on religious doctrine. Honour killing is actually a pre-Islamic, tribal custom stemming from the patriarchal and patrilineal society's interest in keeping strict control over familial power structures.
Because these crimes often go unreported, it is difficult to determine the actual number of victims in honour killings. The United Nations Population Fund estimates as many as 5000 females being killed each year.


:bulletred:CULTURAL TRIBAL PROBLEM
"There is nothing in the Quran that justifies honor killings,” Taj Hargey, director of the Muslim Educational Centre of Oxford in England, told CNN. “There is nothing that says you should kill for the honor of the family." "This idea that 'somehow a girl has besmirched our honor and therefore the thing to do is kill her' is bizarre, and Muslims should stop using this defense," Hargey said. The expert insisted that the “honor killing” is cultural and societal, than religious. "You cannot say this is what Islam approves of. You can say this is what their culture approves of."

In Islam, there is no place for unjustifiable killing as the case in honor killing. Even in case of capital punishment, only the government can apply the law through the judicial procedures. Though portrayed in the Western media as exhorted by Islam, honor killing is a cultural act and has nothing to do with the faith.

Experts stressed that culture and tribalism, not religion, are the cause behind “honor murders”. "It's not linked to religion; it's more cultural," Nadya Khalife, a researcher on women's rights in the Arab world for Human Rights Watch, told CNN.
"There have been several Islamic scholars who have issued fatwas** against honor killing."
Author Irshad Manji shares a similar view. It is "a tribal tradition that emphasizes the family or the tribe or the community over the individual," she said. However, Manji opines that many Muslims don’t understand this distinction. "It is a problem within Islam because of how Muslims often confuse culture and religion," she said. "It's Muslims who have to learn to separate culture and religion. If we don't, Islam will continue to get the bad name that it gets."

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*Shari'ah: All aspects of a Muslim's life are governed by Sharia. Sharia law comes from a combination of sources including the Qur'an 9the word of the God), the Hadith (sayings and conduct of the prophet Mohammed -peace be upon him-) and fatwas (the rulings of Islamic scholars).
**A fatwa is an Islamic religious ruling, a scholarly opinion on a matter of Islamic law. A fatwa is issued by a recognized religious authority in Islam.




I hope this was beneficial for you

For more reading about Honor Killing and Islam, Muslim and non-Muslim cases: [link]

Wassalaamu alaikum

If I am right, it's from the God. if I am wrong, it's from myself.
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GrayComputer Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I don't care about the law, Whoever does this should be the ones to be executed.
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kennedy072 Featured By Owner May 31, 2014
i think you should be the one
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GrayComputer Featured By Owner May 31, 2014  Student Digital Artist
What i mean is nobody should have the right to kill somebody.
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JisMYpassion Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2013
So you say a man killed his daughter for dating a Christian. Honor killing is wrong either way but I'm curious. Is a Muslim dating a Christian considered a sin in the Islamic religion?
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013
A Muslim dating anybody is wrong in Islam.
in Islam, you can date but only after marriage.
but dating is not considered a crime deserving death penalty.
and death penalty should only be carried by authorities.

so you can see the un-Islamic behavior of the man killing his daughter for dating a Christian.
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AngryScottishBurd Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Wait, I'm confused. If you don't date, then how do you find your love? Isnt dating a way for one to find their potential spouse?
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014
it may be a way. but not the only way.

In Islam, the way is arranged (but not forced) marriage. family, relatives, friends and acquaintances may suggest a potential spouse, the boy and girl meet (with their family) and if they both agree, they can marry.
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AngryScottishBurd Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
I see. But how do you know you will fall in love with that person from just one meeting?
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IssamSolo Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2013
I love justice
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BARELA Featured By Owner May 23, 2013
Cantik!*if u r malay :3* pretty
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JDLuvaSQEE Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This was very beneficial to read! Peace be upon you!
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2013
and to you be peace.
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JDLuvaSQEE Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:)
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MandiPope Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for informing us about the stand of Islam against "honor killing," because in my opinion, NO killing is an "honor!" It's horrible, it's sad and it's a disgrace.

I am also happy to see you tell us that Islam promotes, instead, mercy over retribution and denounces vigilantes. It really does make me happy to know that Islam teaches this way; I believe in justice, but over justice, I believe in showing MERCY. After all, God shows infinite mercy to us, would we be well to do the same for our brothers and sisters?

Thank you again, Brother Nayzak, for helping to dispel the ignorance surrounding this beautiful religion!

Peace be upon you!
Love,
Sister Mandi
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Guyverman Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2013
The Arabs from the pagan era burying female babies alive was beyond mysoginistic.
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Dorothy-T-Rose Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
So, now we must figure out how to change the culture. Hopefully the fatwas will help! The whole concept of honour killings makes me so sad. Even those who don't die must live in fear all the time. It makes me wish I could rescue them all.

~D~
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013
the sick traditions spread only when ignorance rules. the only way to fight ignorance is to spread awareness and truth.
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iAmTheQuam Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013
this is excellent :clap:
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cas20 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012   Writer
Unfortunately people still do it.
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Guyverman Featured By Owner May 22, 2012
An honor killing happened in my own country 3 years ago. The parents and elder brother were put on trial and then a Canadian Iman issued a fatwa against Honor killings.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner May 22, 2012
it's Imam.

Iman, in Arabic, means faith.
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clovercarmen5 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
waitwaitwaitwait. iman IS faith right?
and imaM means the person who lifts up people to go to pray
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013
yes.
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xXheart-beatXx Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2012   Digital Artist
Oh, this is kind of sad that women are killed for such reasons. I really like your artwork, too; I believe that it's good to try spreading the message that stereotypes of religions are not always real. I am a type of Christian, Jehova's Witness, and people think we are annoying and horrible, but not all of us are like that.

I just wish people were more open-minded, right?
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honglong17 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012
i think the matter is not because islam,or what ever religion is. The matter is level of education of the people , those horrible commit i see around the world make in the name of religion (mistreat woman, terrorism, intolerance ...) is nothing but the proof of poor education, lack connection with the advance of the wold . But different with some mistreat around the world, those who perform this act is commit it in the name of islam, that the problem, so the idea of cruelty ,MALE DOMINATION,.... pretty much imprint in the mind people around the wolds . That a sad thing, i just hope the concept will change with the new generation, but for those of the old generation , that imagine pretty much impossible to change anymore
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2012
I agree with you. I believe spreading the truth and raising awareness helps in making people understand the cruelty of these barbaric acts.
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NaMiKiTtIn Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2012  Student General Artist
Though I'm not Muslim, I love all your artwork and it's meanings :D.
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hakimbo Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2012
Waaaaaaaaaaw
wonderful way to teach about Islam ^-^
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Algeriaplz Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Honor Crime : how to react when women don't think like "Lucretia" :no:


Of course it's like that!

It's all about women being seen as a thing and having to stay like that ! >.<



By the way, we often notice that it's in poor and/or "traditionnalist" regions that honor killing is freely existing. Just like in that Turkish drama called "Yersiz Yurtsuz"... :no:
This is also a question of proportionnality between men domination and poverty, the proof is that this disease it not located in arab/muslim countries.


( tch... Can I even make a sentence without putting "that" in it ? :rofl: )

But in my opinion, if not only Honor Killing, but also all those injust and non-religious acceptances about girls and women are there, it's simply because women participate to it !
I talking by experience. Sorry if don't give examples (I don't want to gossip) but I've met women who were clearly victims of that "male domination" way of life... And who transmit it to their children, not because they are affraid of their husband's reaction, but because they find it normal...
Some mothers-in-law humiliate their "daugher" and encourage their son to be rude to her without any reason (althrough the Quran and Sunnah clearly metionned advices about it).

Maybe I'm telling it by hate of my personnal observations. But who knows ? If I were one of those women maybe I would find it normal too (fortunatelly my familly is a comprehensive one :phew: )


assalamu 3aleikum ! :w00t:
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PokeFreak-Kiko Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Hobbyist
Kiko: Uesalam aleikum, Algeriaplz! Oh my, that's very sad. :(  Having good educated parents is truly a fortune. And it's like Malala Yousafzai says: "Extremists have shown what frightens them most: A girl with a book."
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Algeriaplz Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wa aleikum salam, Kiko ! Yes, Malala said words of wisdom. It clearly prove how far extremists are getting from Islam. The prophet (sws) never saw anything bad about educated girls, it's all the contrary. Girls and women have the right to learn, they always did.
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Fatima1996 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
omg this is beautiful!!i just enjoy reading every single word u type!!ur knowledge really impresses me!i hope i could be like u one day:aww:
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2012
learn and share what you learn. in sha'Allah, you'll be better than me. ^_^
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Fatima1996 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank u:)
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Meganpepper Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012
Well, every religion hates eachother for some reason. (Christian)
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2012
Islam doesn't hate any other religion. it just doesn't recognize them as true.
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Vader999 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
It depends on the Muslim, really. The problem with Islam is that they never had their Vatican II moment. For those of you ignorant in Church history, Vatican II was the council that turned the Church away from being religiously militant to being outright friendly to other religious groups. Churchmen who once preached that all non-Catholics will burn in hell were now forced to preach that Jesus wants peace, God loves everyone and lets them all into heaven, and all religions have some form of truth, etc. It was a hippiezation of the Church that opened it up to friendly relations with Jews, Protestants, the Dalai Lama, and Muslims. Islam needs that, especially since it has a long list of people it oppressed in its 1400 year history; Coptic Christians, Orthodox Christians, Hindus, Catholics, gays; Islam, like any other religion, had its tolerance phases and oppressive phases in history. Yet its leaders are still stuck in a loop where they try to recreate their lost glory days of centuries gone by.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
Islam needs that. especially since it has a long list of people it oppressed in its 1400 year history; Coptic Christians, Orthodox Christians, Hindus, Catholics, gays
I am afraid I don't agree with you here. we don't change Islam to fit our desires. followers of other religions are free to change their religion if they want. but for us, the word of the God should never be changed by man. therefore, we don't need Vatican II or Vatican III. :D Islam is already perfect as it is.

and you are making a Mistake there. Islam didn't oppress anybody. if an oppressor happens to be a Muslim but he is acting against Islamic teachings, Islam shouldn't take the blame.

Islam, like any other religion, had its tolerance phases and oppressive phases in history.
wrong again. we need to make a clear distinction between "the religious teachings" and "the behavior of ignorant followers of a faith". Islam as a religion is tolerant and doesn't support any kinds of injustice, persecution or oppression. Muslims are people, and like any other humans, there are the good ones among them and there are the bad ones. there are those who follow their religious teachings and there are those who don't follow them but use religion in ways to justify their corrupted actions. we can't blame Islam for what Muslims do if it's against what Islam teaches.
for example, Islam is against honor killing. we can't say "since some Muslims do Honor Killing, then Islam has to change." this doesn't make any sense. but you'll be absolutely right if you said "since some Muslims do honor killing, and since this practice is forbidden in Islam, those Muslims have to learn their religion better."

Peace be to you.
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Vader999 Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
What I was saying is that the tolerant Muslims should tighten the noose and fight against the intolerant Muslims even harder. Because from the perspective of the Copts, the Hindus, and the Greek Orthodox, Islam was the aggressor. Islam destroyed their empires, remember. Muslims of today need to stretch out their goodwill. The Vatican didn't change Catholicism during Vatican II, they just changed the way it was taught to make it more open to all. Muslims should do the same.

May the peace of Christ be with you.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
Because from the perspective of the Copts, the Hindus, and the Greek Orthodox, Islam was the aggressor. Islam destroyed their empires, remember.
I am afraid you still don't get what I said. if Islam was the cause of the oppression, then you wouldn't find any Christian Coptic today, you wouldn't find any Hindu. look, Islam ruled in Egypt for over a thousand of years, and look today, you still find Coptic Christians. if Islam wanted to erase them, do you think they would be existing today? Islam ruled in India for hundreds of years. and look today, you find countless various religious groups. if Islam wanted to wipe them all, you would find India today as a Muslim country with no minorities. Islam ruled Spain for hundreds of years. if Islam wanted to wipe out the Christians from the land, Spain would have remained a Muslim country today.
the point is, Islam supports freedom of religion and tolerance. it's true, there were some intolerant Muslims throughout history, there were/are bad Muslims. but we need to make a clear distinction. what a bad Muslim does doesn't always reflect Islam. and Islam doesn't take the responsibility and blame for the un-Islamic actions of its followers.
I agree with you when you say "tolerant Muslims should fight against intolerant ones" but when you say "Islam was the aggressor", that doesn't hold any truth in it. Islam, as a religion, didn't oppress anybody. the Muslims who followed Islam didn't oppress anybody. the Muslims who didn't follow Islam did oppress and persecute. we would be unfair to blame Islam for the behavior of these Muslims.

here, I am trying to fight the 'bad Muslim' with knowledge and true Islam. I believe Muslims and non-Muslims would be able to learn and like this, the bad elements will be spotted easily and it'll be easy to spot the un-Islamic behaviors of the bad or ignorant Muslims.

peace be to you.
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Vader999 Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
They didn't erase them because they needed a slave populace. They needed someone to feed their Janissary machines and to be the ones the outlaws and the law both picked on. IE. the Copts in Egypt. Mubarak prosecuted them, the Muslim brotherhood persecuted them, both sides treated them as Dhimmis-second-class citizens, according to their religious rites, and Muslims did that for centuries. When both the law-abiding Muslims and the bandit outlaw Muslims attack the Copts, and nobody from the Muslim community did anything about it, then it is Islam since nobody from the Muslims dare lifted a finger, and if one did, he or she is persecuted for standing up for the Dhimmis. Even when the Spanish Inquisition persecuted the Muslims and Jews of its day, they at least ALLOWED the Jews and Muslims to leave first, and even in those days, the pope himself condemned the Inquisition, which was hijacked by the Spanish monarchy, and he showed his displeasure by opening the gates of Rome to refugees escaping the Inquisition. But for the Orthodox Christians in Greece during the days of the Ottomans, the Armenians and the Copts and even the Iraqi Catholics who suffer today from persecutions and kidnappings, there were no Muslims who stood up for them. Not amongst the Muslims, anyhow. The problem is that the "enlightened" Muslims do nothing while the backwards hicks Muslims are the ones who are allowed to do whatever they want. Apathy is a sin of omission. A sin of doing nothing while people whom they could easily save suffer. Apathy is death. It is worse than death, since at the very least, the dead feed the maggots and the crows.

Even during the earliest days of the Crusades and the Inquisition, to the days of its height of power during the Renaissance, there were people in Christendom who fought against them. Roger Bacon, an influential Franciscan and the inventor of the Modern scientific theory, condemned the Crusades saying that the victims will just be hardened against the Cross. During the Inquisition, local bishops and their lackeys protested and resisted this papal or monarchial intrusion in a matter that they themselves should handle; the reason why Inquisitor Heinrich Kramer wrote the guide to hunting witches and tried to institutionalize witch-hunts was because of the fact that he was pissed off that the local churches thwarted his witch-hunting attempts and sided with the defendants whom he accused of witchcraft, and even later, his fellow Inquisitors threw away the book and it was used later on, ironically, by the enemies of the Inquisition such as the Protestants when "hunting witches" - an activity the Renaissance and Reformation Inquisition vehemently opposed.

If Medieval Christians (and Muslims) can outdo modern Muslims in standing up for minorities, then something is wrong.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
I am afraid you are misinformed in Islamic history. you are trying to present falsehood as facts to mislead the ignorant ones.

first, I'd like to mention that you don't seem to understand when someone tries to correct your mistakes. I repeated many times that there is a difference between Islamic teachings and what bad Muslims do. and you keep insisting to push that Islam is to blame for what bad Muslims do. I really don't care if you want to believe Islam is bad. but I am afraid I am not interested to keep repeating the same thing over and over.

second, the Muslims didn't keep the Copts for enslavement. you don't even know how Islam deals with slavery which makes your claim obviously false. Islam reached many lands. following the religion was an offer that any citizen could accept or reject. political occupation was separated from religious spreading. many Coptic people chose to follow Islam (mainly those who knew that Mohammed was the prophet prophecized by Jesus and those who found that Islam is the truth). but others chose to remain Christians. Islam allowed them to live peacefully under a just and fair law. they were never harmed. and you calling Dhimmi a 'second class citizen' shows your ignorance of the meaning of the word 'Dhimmi'. this word simply means a non-Muslim living in a Muslim land. and through the history of Islamic civilization, non-Muslims living in Muslim land got more freedom than any Muslim living in non-Muslim land. The Jews, for example, lived peacefully with the Muslims and the Christians in Andalusia until the Reconquista when they were persecuted by the Christians. and telling me that the Muslims and Jews were allowed to leave is a funny joke. they were persecuted and put to death. and the Spaniards tried their best to keep them from leaving. thankfully the Ottomans were able to help save many of them and take them to North Africa.
another example is when the Crusaders conquered Jerusalem, they spread the love of their faith by butchering the Jews and the Muslims there without mercy. it was thanks to great rulers such as Salahuddin, that Justice was achieved in the Holy land. when he got back Jerusalem, he allowed the Christians safe trip to return to their lands. but of course, you will only want to believe what 'suits' you. you are free to do that.

In the time of the last prophet of the God, Mohammed -peace and blessings be upon him-, he welcomed a delegation of over 60 Christian from the town of Najran. they went to Madinah to debate and discuss religion with the prophet. he allowed them to stay, eat, talk, sleep and even pray in the Mosque. what tolerance is greater than that. the prophet made a treaty to the St Catherin Monastery in Sinai, which is still available until today. in that treaty, you can read how Islam offers great freedom to non-Muslim citizens in Muslim land.

What you are doing here is just what many missionaries do: bring a bad example from Islam in one side. and a good example from Christianity in another side. and then conclude that Christianity is the truth. this approach is already outdated. it doesn't work on knowledgeable Muslims. especially if they know Christianity well.


I see this discussion is going nowhere. let's just admit that we agreed to disagree. now I close this discussion peacefully.

peace be to you.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
what are you trying to achieve by pushing your opinions in my page? I noticed this kind of sickness among many people of your faith. when they see a peaceful and tolerant Muslim, they think they can take advantage and attack Islam on his own page. you want to spread hate and falsehood, why don't you do it in your own page?
your comment is to be flagged as spam. I am not gonna waste my time reading it. nobody will read your Christian propaganda in my page.
and I am giving you a first warning.
if you want to spread your opinions, your page can do the job.
if you want to learn about Islam, or express peaceful opinions, you are welcome in my page. but if you come here trying to look knowledgeable while spreading lies and falsehood to attack Islam, then I am afraid, my page is not for Christian propaganda.

peace be on those who follow right guidance.
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Hammi4Real Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
its cool and all that you promote the real sides of islam, but personally i find this to be sexist. all about male domination? rude. you do know women often endorse honor killing, and even rally up behind their men to get it done. even the men get killed out there because women either get jealous or bitter.

all im saying is: stop dumping this on us men. women are not all that innocent either. the wrong woman behind a man can cause lots of grief for the whole family. think about it. im not excusing the men either fyi.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
You can think whatever you like.

In my article, I am merely explaining Islamic stance on Honor killing. it's a crime, and Islam is against it regardless of its reasons. that's all.
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Hammi4Real Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
i get it, but then maybe you want to shift focus on not only men. otherwise it lacks of credibility, given you seek to spread the positive message of islam.
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MeiriKobayashi Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2012
I really like how you made the writing in this picture and how creative you desgine those headscarfs. x3
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blooming-shosho Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello umm do u mean by honor killing in muslim people or ur talking Generally ?
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