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06-23-2014, 11:29 PM #46
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I am not against arab people ..I have an arab American friend in riverview..when we lived there she would make pizza everyday and sneak me some 37.gif I am against bad behavior and abuse ..that applies to Christians ..muslims atheists ..ect...

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06-23-2014, 11:52 PM #47
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I know sweetie hug.gif I just can't get past the intolerance of Islam when they are the victims in their own countries.

Seems like the West killing a million Iraqi civilians isn't an issue but their cruelty to women is. Kill the children to save them. sad2.gif
06-24-2014, 12:29 AM #48
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I had a very bad feeling about going into Iraq years ago ..i was against it

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06-24-2014, 09:07 AM #49
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(06-23-2014, 09:18 PM)Octo Wrote:  Maybe a bit off topic, but I ran across this and found it a little interesting

For Iran's women, makeup speaks volumes

Everyday wearing of makeup is probably more common in Iran, an Islamic republic, than in some liberal western countries. It is a rare opportunity to parade one's beauty without fear of official censure.

With a female population of more than 38 million, Iran is the second-largest cosmetics market in the Middle East in terms of revenue, behind Saudi Arabia, and the world's seventh biggest.

https://news.yahoo.com/irans-women-makeu...41511.html

very interesting.. at least they can wear makeup..

i dont think all muslim women are treated badly.. they arent all having their vagina's sewn up at age 10.. im sure our culture and society is just as horrific to them..
06-24-2014, 01:54 PM #50
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(06-24-2014, 09:07 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  
(06-23-2014, 09:18 PM)Octo Wrote:  Maybe a bit off topic, but I ran across this and found it a little interesting

For Iran's women, makeup speaks volumes

Everyday wearing of makeup is probably more common in Iran, an Islamic republic, than in some liberal western countries. It is a rare opportunity to parade one's beauty without fear of official censure.

With a female population of more than 38 million, Iran is the second-largest cosmetics market in the Middle East in terms of revenue, behind Saudi Arabia, and the world's seventh biggest.

https://news.yahoo.com/irans-women-makeu...41511.html

very interesting.. at least they can wear makeup..

i dont think all muslim women are treated badly.. they arent all having their vagina's sewn up at age 10.. im sure our culture and society is just as horrific to them..

Yes, at the very least and if we look behind why the men allow the women to wear makeup, I lean towards believing that the men want them to look sexier for them; self-serving reasons only.
06-24-2014, 03:32 PM #51
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i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??
06-24-2014, 03:57 PM #52
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(06-24-2014, 03:32 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??

Don't bet on it.
06-24-2014, 04:06 PM #53
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(06-24-2014, 03:32 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??

in the area we lived for many years the women were covered head to toe..except the younger generation raised in this country..you would see the mom covered and the teen daughters in western clothes ..the mom would communicate in her native tongue but the kids would answer in English

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06-25-2014, 12:08 AM #54
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(06-24-2014, 04:06 PM)j browsing Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 03:32 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??

in the area we lived for many years the women were covered head to toe..except the younger generation raised in this country..you would see the mom covered and the teen daughters in western clothes ..the mom would communicate in her native tongue but the kids would answer in English

thats good they dont make the kids wear the clothes etc.. a few generations of living in the US and im sure most of the offspring wont accept islam..
06-25-2014, 12:09 AM #55
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(06-24-2014, 03:57 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 03:32 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??

Don't bet on it.

i guess none of us are muslim or live in these countries, so we really are just acting on our own prejudices..
06-25-2014, 12:13 AM #56
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(06-25-2014, 12:08 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 04:06 PM)j browsing Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 03:32 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??

in the area we lived for many years the women were covered head to toe..except the younger generation raised in this country..you would see the mom covered and the teen daughters in western clothes ..the mom would communicate in her native tongue but the kids would answer in English

thats good they dont make the kids wear the clothes etc.. a few generations of living in the US and im sure most of the offspring wont accept islam..

unfortunately a few years back a muslim father killed his daughters for behaving and dressing to western..he was tried and sentenced to life in prison sad2.gif

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png
06-25-2014, 12:21 AM #57
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(06-25-2014, 12:13 AM)j browsing Wrote:  
(06-25-2014, 12:08 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 04:06 PM)j browsing Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 03:32 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??

in the area we lived for many years the women were covered head to toe..except the younger generation raised in this country..you would see the mom covered and the teen daughters in western clothes ..the mom would communicate in her native tongue but the kids would answer in English

thats good they dont make the kids wear the clothes etc.. a few generations of living in the US and im sure most of the offspring wont accept islam..

unfortunately a few years back a muslim father killed his daughters for behaving and dressing to western..he was tried and sentenced to life in prison sad2.gif

of course a lot of muslims are way off, im just trying to make the point that not all are..
06-26-2014, 04:37 PM #58
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(06-25-2014, 12:09 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 03:57 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(06-24-2014, 03:32 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i dont think its for the men, i think its so they can feel sexy for themselves, after all they are covered from head to toe, makeup allows them to be diff, as its their one place of expression/fashion when out of the house.. in their homes they arent covered up, they can wear whatever they want in front of their family and relatives. the women are in charge in the home.. they do have control... and when iranian women travel to the west they dont have to wear all the muslim clothes.. my ex client told me all that.. she was iranian and muslim and i was a male cutting her hair (baby!).. so they arent all chained to the floor worshipping men, wearing old rags under their burka's.. if they have money they probably have chanel on under that thing.. 13.gif

maybe iran isnt as radical as some of these other muslim countries??

Don't bet on it.

i guess none of us are muslim or live in these countries, so we really are just acting on our own prejudices..

Or some of us act upon what knowledge we gleen from the women that come to our countries and tell their stories of oppression.



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