Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Chromosome X = Woman

Women, since olden times up until our present have been a gender of concern. It is most obvious that women are fragile, despite the increased number of the so-called fanatic/radical feminists whom have actually lost some or even most of their femininity unconsciously; but that’s another story. And by saying women are fragile I assume everyone agrees on that in many senses, please don’t get defensive – that’s if you do- since I’m only pointing out the very truth we all know. Besides I am nowhere, not even remotely, a sexist. I mean seriously why should I be? What’s the point of being so? Aren’t females mothers? Sisters? Wives? And what not? I just see it as a close-minded and stubborn stance of an uneducated airhead to be such a thing, a sexist.

Okay okay, never mind the side topics. Closer to the point, since the start of human life on the face of this complex Earth the issue of women rights or simply their well being has been fought for constantly and there’s still a long way, fact is life isn’t fair for both male and female; that’s life. I suppose that’s the case because not everyone is with good intensions at heart. Then again what else is to be expected? You get good eggs and bad eggs, don’t you?

Nonetheless, even further to the point I’ll tell you why I thought of writing this up. I came across an “Oprah” episode where Oprah was constantly saying women in America are deprived of a decent life in this “screwed up country”, where sexual predators are densely present as well as sexists or even wrongly educated people… or simply put twisted morons- whether they show it or not that’s another thing, but I’ll bet they don’t. Can you say DUH?
(Please don’t mind my side topics, but here’s something I remembered. Another “Oprah” episode I saw was the one on that Saudi Arabian news reporter who was beaten up by her husband, and Oprah went on and on about how American women are lucky to be born as citizens of the States. Okay fair enough. But don’t contradict yourself; you’ll only look like a funny fool. I don’t think she really knew what she was talking about anyway, since I got the sense that she took that one incident of the news lady who got beaten and generalized the rest of the Middle East, maybe? Stinking habit people have, what can we do.)

Back again, just to comply with my duties as Capt. Obvious I have to direct your attention to the various aspects of woman degradation in the West, or to be plain and easy anywhere besides the Middle East.
Here are only some:
- The constant BS in daily music
- How strippers and adult what nots are a common and ordinary thing amongst some, reducing women to mere meat to be desired – some parents even hire strippers as a ritual of passing rights to their teenagers on the brink of “adulthood”, sure that’s the way to go.
- Women are many times seen as sex objects only, nothing more nothing less.
- Women’s dignity isn’t taken seriously.

Some of you may come to think that if that’s the situation there “fa ma balona wa’93 man6a8atna”, or what’s it like here then?
Well what and when was the first major religion to address such an imperative issue as such? Islam did, during the era of chaos and unjust. To be direct, I believe if it hadn’t been for Islam, the existence of the human species could’ve ceased to exist. Life was corrupt, that I would rather not call it life in that respect. So do you get the picture? Islam allowed life to go on, and not only that, but with preservation of morals and the true meaning of living a good life. As I recall a “9a7abi of the prophet Mohammed (PBUH)” once said, “If I could live just as is, like this [meaning this good and true living] … then I’m in heaven.”

Just to cut back on the hassle of reading too much, I’ll tell you what I mean; we have it good over here in the Middle East, so long as we’re talking about the right people who go by the correct ethics, derived from Islam or even logic and etiquette. I know and see so many women here who are so respected and looked after with such pure love and caring.
Islam has laid out guidelines and as long as they’re followed women’s rights are conserved entirely beyond our knowledge even. After all, the Qur’an is from Allah (Sob7anah wata3alah).
I know I can rest my case at that.

As for how come then many depict the Islamic world as unjust towards women, it’s predominantly because they enjoy picking on the “former” lead nation/ummah, they’re also afraid and this is their way to deal with it. Just to make sure we don’t rise up again any time soon.

So that’s about it folks.


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