If you think that Muslim women have it bad under Islam, non-Muslim women have it worse, much much worse…
INFIDEL WOMEN: ISLAM’S “SPOILS OF WAR”
If good Muslim women are seen and treated as possessions, how are infidel women seen and treated?
One of the greatest but overlooked (or ignored) fact concerning Islamic aggression and violence around the world is that non-Muslim women tend to be its greatest victims. According to a January report dealing with the Muslim persecution of Christians, “The most significant findings were that Christian women are among the most violated in the world, in maybe a way that we haven’t seen before.” Six women were raped every day simply for being Christian, the report found.
Much of this traces back to Islamic law. Inherently harsh—its ultimate source is a seventh century Arab man, Muhammad—Sharia is still harsher for women. Men have “authority” over women and may beat them for disobedience. The prophet said women are significantly less intelligent than men — two women are needed to equal one man’s testimony — and the majority of hell’s denizens consist of women, whom Muhammad further likened to donkeys and dogs in their ability to distract a man from his prayer and thereby annul it.
Such misogyny is confirmed by the headline of a new report: “UK Govt Review into Sharia Admits Systemic Discrimination Against Women …Forced Marriage Victim Made to Appear with Abusers.”
If this is Islam’s approach to Muslim women, non-Muslim women are doubly damned: not only are they, as infidels, “the enemy” by default, but as females, they are deemed even more inferior than their already despised male counterparts. Add to this the facts that women are physically weaker—and physically more attractive—than men, and it becomes clear why they are widely seen as being, at best, “meant for one thing, the pleasure of the Muslim man,” as one Muslim told a group of young Christian girls before terrorizing and murdering one. (Koran verses that encourage the sexual enslavement of non-Muslim women and ingrained notions of “sex-on-demand,” obviously only propel such thinking.)