I had a fight with my MALE MP because I wrote on my blog that Islam suppresses women. He thought I was being too harsh. I thought he was being blind to the problems of Sharia. We both decided to agree to disagree.
I don't think males understand the fear that females have about sharia. I do not want to have to bow down to Muslim males. I fought hard to achieve the career I have now, I think ALL women should have the same chance, but sharia will not allow Muslim females to achieve their goals. We are seeing sharia creep into our justice system with the ruling that a female can cover her face when testifying. It is a slow progression, but it is happening. Journalists are afraid to report about anything Muslim, we saw that with their refusal to show the cartoons depicting Mohammad. Now our MP's are doing the same thing, they are refusing to acknowledge that Islam is a danger to women. Maybe they should listen to a Muslim about the issue:
Wafa Sultan is a strong voice in support of Muslim women and ultimately all women. Funny how feminists ignore her and her message. I want my MP to come out of the dark and support those females who are brave enough to stand up against sharia. I do not want to wear a sack, I do not want to have to be accompanied by a male representative wherever I go. I do not want my female grandchildren mutilated, and I do not want them subjected to a harsh environment of suppression and servitude to males. I do not want the government to follow political correctness, but I'm afraid that they have already been compromised. It's time for the silent majority to get LOUD!