Haaretz: Some 70 percent of Arab women in Israel believe women who are pushed, slapped or struck by their male partners are not victims of domestic violence, according to a poll conducted by the Na’amat women’s organization. The organization conducted the survey to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Some 73 percent believe women whose partners curse or humiliate them are not victims of violence. Asked whether they agree with the claim that “sometimes a man acting violently toward a woman is justified and she understands this,” 23 percent of the respondents said yes, compared to 71 percent who said they did not.
Another reason why sharia should not be allowed to be implemented in the West, and banned from being used in the rest of the world. More here about Koran 4:34. KGS
Via: The Sheik.