Cologne imam: Women provoked sex attacks by 'wearing perfume' and being 'half-naked'

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  1. aaronvan Suspended

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    It's surprising that even the Green Party is getting fed-up. Did some Greens got groped?

     
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    The EU wonders why a country like Poland is taking a hard line stance on who enters their country.
     
  3. sim667 macrumors 65816

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    To be fair there's posters on here that would try and portray this an excuse too if they had a chance.

    Not that I think its acceptable by anyone.
     
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    Then name names, assuming your comment is relevant and accurate.
     
  5. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    The Imam has a lot in common with this guy ...
    Both are wrong. Is this really a debate?
     
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    Men are never responsible where their penis leads them. I have hear this so much in fundamental religion. If a burka can't stop rape whats left?
     
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    Truly words of coexistence from the religion of peace.

    Diversity such as this is such a gift to society.

    Let's open our borders and get more of it.
     
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    Cologne imam: Women provoked sex attacks by 'wearing perfume' and being 'half-naked'

    (So the imam's view is)...because men are half a step above rutting dogs. Does he realize what he is saying? Cavemen still do exist and would drag women around by the hair if they could get away with it. :rolleyes:

    Castration, or male chastity belts. Why put the burden on women? ;)
     
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    It's troubling that this imam is not a recent migrant. He is a pillar within his community who inadvertently betrayed his real viewpoint on Western women and culture.
     
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    Yea, rational Poland there, having the government approve the heads of the media agencies. Creeping authoritarianism, there's a model to aim for :rolleyes:
     
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    Ah. So you just sent me to a specific thread post of yours from weeks ago, that references non-descript pages of threads that don't have anything to do with my challenge to you.

    Here's an idea: either man-up and name names here - continuing down the path you needlessly took in this thread - or just admit something about this topic stings and makes you uncomfortable.
     
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    Call outs are not allowed on MR as far as I'm aware.

    However the thread post linked has relevant content aggregated from other threads on the forum..... If you don't want to accept that, then its up to you, but all of those comments are visible at the links provided..... However if you want to try and defend rape apologists on the forum, thats your decision, not mine. Ta.
     
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    Asinine and pathetic and ad hominem.

    Stay warm behind that keyboard.
     
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    The First National Bank was robbed today. "What do you expect with them flaunting all that money?" police say. "They brought it on themselves. They had four tellers on duty who were seen handing money to people."
     
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    I'm starting to like Sharia law and Muslim rationale. I'm looking forward to a rollback to the days of whistling cat-calls, spanking ladies' bottoms, nipple-tweaks, unsavory innuendo, and invitations to the office couch in contemplation of raises and promotions. I mean, let's go back to the days of bopping women on the head with a large branch and dragging them by the hair into our man caves.
     
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    And then don't forget... you get to blame and shame the woman for all of it.
     
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    Of course! It's then incumbent on the victim to commit seppuku. How great is that?!

    With Sharia Law, imagine all the humiliated American males with feminist-instigated ED getting their mojo back.
     
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    Yes, but you are talking about one guy; who said later that his comments had been taken out of context.

    We really don't have to look very far to find countless examples of similar statements from pillars of the community here in the United States - including not just conservative preachers and priests, but also judges, police officers, and lawyers.

    Why don't we let the Germans deal with their problems integrating migrants into their country; and spend more time dealing with the problems we have here?
     
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    Good point.

    Everybody - no more commenting on affairs outside of US.
     
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    "There were scantily clad women who were wearing perfume as they walked through the drunken crowd. For some North Africans, this was reason to grope the women," Abu-Yusuf told "Express."

    "That doesn't mean that I think women shouldn't be allowed to dress like that," he added. "Everyone has to accept that. And if they don't agree, they need to go to another country. That's the truth."

    The Imam's "clarification" seems reasonable enough.
     
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    When your religion teaches you to treat women like dogs this is what happens. Get used to your new culture Germany, you earned it.
     
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    UK is trying hard too, but the EU courts just overturn everything...
    Even stranger is why Poland are objecting to the UKs block on Eastern Europeans claiming benefits in the UK and sending them home to poland.

    The EU is just a mess or unconnected rules and laws thats run for the benefit of france and germany.
     
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    Don't assume that's even an option in countries where women have established rights. German authorities understand what needs to be done: remind immigrants and everyone else that women have rights in Germany and those rights must be respected. They're making those reminders in all appropriate ways from social work with new immigrants through busting people who don't get it.
     
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    This must include the idea that women who wear perfume are projecting their whorish nature and men, who can't control themselves at the prospect, are simply obliging them. :rolleyes:
     

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