|I think Samira
wants to be an independent muslim woman and not a matt to be
Date: 12-05-02 12:41 PST
stepped on! Have you noticed Latiffa never got her two maids
like it said in hercontract? She mentioned it more than once
to Mohammed but he always came up with some excuse!
Date: 11-05-02 16:29 PST
Here in the States, polygamy is not allowed regardless of
how the Mormons behave in Utah or whatever goes on in the
hippie communes in Oregon. Can you believe it? I'm amazed
about the subcultures we have and how people beat the government
by creating a so-called religion that will entitle them not
only to a tax shelter but also the freedom to quote their
“Book” to get what they want, even if it infringes
State or Federal laws. Tough luck!
Can someone update me on how common it is for Muslins to
have more than one wife when they live abroad? When I saw
Said with Ranya and Jade at the mall, I became really curious
about the polygamy issue in Brazil or here in the States,
i.e., when Said brought his 2 wives to Brazil, do the government
care about him having 2 wives? If it were in the States, how
will the government treat this family? It would be interesting
to see how he’d fill out the US Census Report. Perhaps
Said wouldn’t apply for US citizenship because he might
only be interested in creating a business empire, have investments
to secure his money in US dollars, etc. and live happily ever
after in Fez.
| Re: 21st
Century Muslim Update?
Date: 11-07-02 14:28 PST
well, and this is just my opinion. said got married in fez,
where it is allowed to have up to 4 wives. there is no documentation
about their marriages in the us or brazil, etc....but since
they all live under the same roof, i think the law would probably
consider them as roomates. i dont know how the law goes there
but im pretty sure said can afford it. besides he's an investor,
it's not like he's trying to get a job at burger king....lol....
you know when it comes to rich people they are welcome anywhere,
no matter what their religion, habits or customs may be.
i know it sounds biast, especially for a country that prides
itself for equlity but thats how it is....:(
|Re: 21st Century
Date: 11-07-02 14:32 PST
oh, also i think that in that case either jade or ranya would
have to go to the police and file a report that he has married
both of hem, with proof of course....this if they lived in
the united states.....i think....
|Oh my God!
Date: 02-10-02 18:27 PST
That was a joke someone sent to me and I thought I share it
--- is the only one who noticed it was just a joke!
I don't have anything against Muslims and/or Taliban members.
But I will tell you one thing, since September 11 I have become
very vigilant, somewhat paranoid about those who surround
I live in a suburb of Tampa,
FL and it is here where the professor was fired from USF
for "allegedly" having tides to terrorist groups.
It is also in the West coast of Florida where most of the
psychos who flew the planes into the World Trade Center resided
and took flying lessons.
I understand there is good and bad in every culture, Cubans
were stereotyped in the early 80's as "Marielitos"
and early 90's as "Balseros" ... Believe me when
I tell you, I know exactly how it feels when your culture
is the butt of jokes.
|RE: Oh my
Date: 02-10-02 22:45 PST
Most of these people walk around with a stick up their butt,
so don't worry about it ---, I still love ya.
Table of Contents
/ Dedication - Abstract
CHAPETER 1- INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER II - REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
CHAPTER III -
CHAPTER IV -
CHAPTER V - THE
CHAPTER VI -
- MESSAGES STUDIED