Why don’t liberals decry the Islamic war on women?


by Allen West

I was so humbled and glad to have been given a DVD copy of the documentary “Honor Diaries” Produced by Alex Traiman and presented by a true Valkyrie, Ayaan Hirsi Ali. The film concerns the gender apartheid occurring in the Islamic world as told by nine women.

The story of Ms. Hirsi Ali is one of courage in refusing her forced marriage, as directed by Sharia law. Even in Afghanistan we reported that Justice Department there is considering stoning as an accepted punishment for adultery.

Yet, here in America we have privileged white liberal progressive women, such as Sandra Fluke, who want to make us believe there is some kind of faux war on women because she feels the government should purchase her birth control.

Perhaps Ms. Fluke should see this documentary and learn about female genital mutilation and its harmful results. If Time Magazine wanted to make a stand for Muslim women, and indeed women worldwide, they would have selected Malala Yousafzai as its Person of the Year.

Malala is the face of women’s equality and the quest for education and yet it is in western civilization where she was been denied the appropriate recognition, which would have been a Nobel Peace Prize.

However, the liberal progressives chose Pope Francis, who they felt promoted their message of social and economic justice, as you have seen many liberals parrot after his selection. Why? Why are liberals, who profess to be advocates for women’s rights, so deaf, dumb, and blind to the heinous treatment of women in the Islamic world?

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