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POBRES MALALAS Malala Yousafzai aos quinze anos foi baleada na cabeça por membros do Talibã. Seu crime: querer estudar e aprender em um país muçulmano dominado por fundamentalistas religiosos. Diz Malala: “O Talibã também desenvolveu um sistema próprio de leis, que não tem nada a ver com o Islã. O Islã nos diz que a educação e o conhecimento são direitos de todas as pessoas. Então, eu acho que o Talibã não leu o Corão da forma apropriada. Eles precisam sentar e ler o texto novamente, com calma. O profeta Maomé nos ensina sobre igualdade, sofre fraternidade, sobre o amor ao próximo. O Talibã se esquece de tudo isso e só se lembra da jihad. Nós, meninas, temos nossa própria jihad pela qual lutar. Temos que lutar pelos nossos direitos e pela educação”. Parece que Malala também não leu o Corão de forma apropriada. O Corão não gosta das mulheres. Eis alguns exemplos: Alcorão Sura 4:34: "Os homens têm autoridade sobre as mulheres, pelo que Allah preferiu alguns a outros, e pelo que dependem de suas riquezas. Então, as íntegras são devotas, custódias da honra, na ausência dos maridos, pelo que Allah as custodiou. E aquelas de quem temeis a desobediência, exortai-as, pois, e abandonai-as no leito, e batei-lhes. Alcorão Sura 38:44: "E apanha, com tua mão, um feixe de capim, então, bate nela com ele, e não violes teu juramento..." Allah dizendo a Jó para bater em sua esposa. A herança do homem vale duas vezes a das mulheres Sura 4:11 O testemunho de uma mulher vale metade do testemunho de um homem. Sura 2:282: As escravas são propriedade sexual de seus donos. Sura 4:24: Um homem pode ter quatro mulheres. Sura 4:3: Qur'an (2:228) - "e o homem está um grau acima delas” A Biblia Sagrada segue o mesmo caminho de intolerância com as mulheres, evidente em várias passagens: Ló se recusa deixar dois anjos a…...

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