Sexual perverts

Fred
by Fred
21-Aug-2010
 

In any sane part of the world when you hear “Family Protection Law” the immediate assumption would be, as the title implies, it is a set of laws to protect the family. But not in IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic ruled Iran.

The Family Protection Law originally proposed by the Islamist Rapists in 2008 has been sent to their Congress for final approval next week. Once approved, having met some iffy conditions a man can legally become a polygamist to his heart’s content.

Ali Motahari is a member of the Islamist Congress and son of Ayatollah Motahari an IRR theoretician infamous for his denunciation of ancient Iranians, their customs and festivals.

Last year Ali in Islamist Congress said: “Polygamy is Islam’s honour.”

It seems Iranian women are about to be further honored by the uber-misogynist IRR.

This is further sad news for Iran, her daughters and also civilized sons who will be unfairly stigmatized as sexual perverts.

  

Background info here:

http://www.groundreport.com/Business/Iranian-Women-Fight-Polygamy-Proposal/2917066

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Rea

What's the trick here?

by Rea on

Getting a second wife is less costly than getting divorced ?

 

Btw.  "Also if the first wife does not cooperate sexually, the husband can take another wife."

But if it is him not cooperating, can she legally take another husband? And have both of them support her financially.  ;o) 


default

John, did u get married by Iranian law?

by I Voted Ahmadinejad on

You would have had to sign off to a contract where you will
give full right of divorce to your wife with all benefits-we call it ‘mehrehe’
big chunk of money- , if you commit or be found of 13 immoral behaviours which
hurt your wife. Among them, becoming an addict, not providing for your households
... and most importantly marrying another woman without the permission from
your first wife.
I, personally, do not bother to ask, one Iranian wife is too
many wives.


Escape

Fred I had to take down my Lolita story

by Escape on

  After I read your blog.I am ashamed of my creative writing now.these Islamist's ruin everything!


ComraidsConcubine

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by ComraidsConcubine on

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comrade

"Bigotry, Comrade"

by comrade on

First to Fred. I'm gonna make it up to you, good man...

And now dear John;

I can already see you under a good chunk of our Persian culture(thanks to your lovely wife, I assume), when you accuse me of something I never said or did.

My reference to the names was for being engaged in the Canadian politics, and not about being familiar with a certain culture.

Now, in order to make the rest of this weekend more pleasant, instead of arguing with a comrade guy, take your wife to an Iranian restaurant before dark ( I pick up the tab!).

But, if you found a sign at the door which says the restaurant is not serving food during daylight during the month of Ramadan then you should know you are at a Ja'far kind of business.

And on the subject of "that will never happen", so said Chamberlain.

It was a great pleasure talking to you. 

"Learning carries within itself certain dangers because out of necessity one has to learn from one's enemies."



 


John

Bigotry, Comrade

by John on

Comrade, so you think that I can't understand cultures other than my own?  That I can't have an insight into Iranian or Islamic or Hebrew or any other culture because my name is John?  On the contrary: I can read, write and research; if there are cultural references that I don't understand I can ask my Iranian wife, or any other of a great number of non-WASP Canadians that I meet.  To assume otherwise is bigotry on your part.

To suggest that it is only Harper and the Conservatives that are preventing adoption of Shari'a law in Ontario or elsewhere in Canada is unfounded.  There is no way that it will ever happen, no matter which party is in power.


Fred

Polyandry

by Fred on

Polyandry, the practice of a woman taking multiple husbands is more or less extinct now. There are still rare cases of Fraternal-polyandry (a woman marrying brothers) practiced in few places like Tibet and Nepal.

The interesting thing is when couple of millennia BC it was abolished in Sumer, southern part of Mesopotamia, nowadays the newly created state of Iraq, the prescribed punishment for the offender was stoning. Needless to say the offending party was the woman.

Unfortunately polygamy the Islamist Rapists are codifying in Iran is not as rare as polyandry.


ComraidsConcubine

Fredsy Rumpelstilzchen

by ComraidsConcubine on

Obviously, your blog rings true....To put it mildly....

(Honestly, I'm permanently petrified by all this and humour doesn't do the flight ticket anymore...) However, I'm not against polygamy as such ,if , of course, it were "extended" to queen bees, eunuchs, hermaphrodites etc. too.

 

Personally, of course, I think the very institution of marriage quite an unnecessary pre/occupation (in a civlilized society). I prefer frequent "engagements"....But that's just my taste.

I'm not a swan nor a montane vole....

 

Some ideas are so stupid that only an intellectual could believe them. - Orwell


comrade

Sorry Fred, thanks Benross, listen dear john

by comrade on

I don't expect a "John" know enough of how much special treatments a "Ja'far" receives in Canadian political arena, where Liberals (adjective deleted due to the strict site regulation) feed off minorities.

Harper, despite Iggy's mediocre performance, still unable to be sure of a majority in the next round.

Sorry, Fred. That was my last one... 

"Learning carries within itself certain dangers because out of necessity one has to learn from one's enemies."



 


benross

Not likely

by benross on

It is derailing Fred's blog but it's interesting nonetheless. I don't think it was that long ago John. Last year maybe. And it failed as Comrade said, because of the courageous act of few. But that was provincial politics, specifically influenced by densely immigrates populated city of Toronto. Montreal and Vancouver are facing similar challenges.

What makes it 'not likely' is the change of policy at Federal level, which has a strong standing against fundamentalism... of not christian type anyway! So the potential is there and although thanks to Iranian youth, the left leaning pop culture of the West has opened its eyes and the establishment of perversion is more difficult, but it is not completely fading. 


John

"...IRI-friendly countries such as Canada..."

by John on

Comrade, you couldn't be more mistaken; Canada definitely and categorically opposes the IRI.

You mention the aborted attempt to impose Shari'a law in Ontario many years ago, but this was shot down, and, in any event, it has / had nothing to do with the IRI; rather, it has everything to do with Islam and Muslims.  I can guarantee you that Shari'a law will never become law anywhere in Canada unless radical Muslims one day become the majority in a Canadian province or territory and they somehow manage to become the elected majority.  Not likely.


yousef

"Islam's honour"

by yousef on

Says it all...

Not surprised at all that brave women of Iran were at the forefront of mass demonstrations against the islamist regime last year.


comrade

Poly-view

by comrade on

I will not be surprised to see some IRI-friendly countries such as Canada, or the UK  amend their visa issuance, or residence regulations in order to accommodate their immigration policies with this barbaric law of polygamy, while the Iranian so-called opposition is still engaged in debates such as the size of the Shah's nose in comparison to that of Mosaddegh's.

Some time ago, there was a failed attempt (but still hangs like the Sword of Damocles) to insert some provisions of Shari'a law into the Canadian law in one of their provinces which was faced with heroic opposition spearheaded by Homa Arjomand, an Iranian human rights activist.

BTW, if you have found the above-mentioned link pathetically meagre, Please feel free to enjoy one of the plentiful resources on the Persian Alternative Resistance Movement(?!) here. 

One of these days, I'll learn how to say "mordè shoor" in English. "Damn it", is not capable to convey my true personal feeling here.

Forgive me Fred, if I stretched a bit out of the subject on your good blog.  Old habits die hard. 

"Learning carries within itself certain dangers because out of necessity one has to learn from one's enemies."



 


Maryam Hojjat

Down with IRI/IRR

by Maryam Hojjat on

Down with akhoonds in IRAN.  May they all be removed from surface of the earth.