The Meat Mufti

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Australian Mufti, Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali, the one who compared women, unfavorably, to meat has made a lot of noise since his "sermon" came to light. Mostly he has accused the media of distorting his words. When he isn't turning the whole mess into an anti-American diatribe, of course. The Australian has responded by translating his entire speech for everyone to judge for themselves.

But in the event of adultery, the responsibility falls 90 per cent of the time with women. Why? Because the woman possesses the weapon of seduction. She is the one who takes her clothes off, cuts them short, acts flirtatious, puts on make-up and powder, and goes on the streets dallying. She is the one wearing a short dress, lifting it up, lowering it down, then a look, then a smile, then a word, then a greeting, then a chat, then a date, then a meeting, then a crime, then Long Bay Jail, then comes a merciless judge who gives you 65years.

But the whole disaster, who started it? The Al-Rafihi scholar says in one of his literary works, he says: If I come across a crime of rape – kidnap and violation of honour – I would discipline the man and teach him a lesson in morals, and I would order the woman be arrested and jailed for life.

Why, Rafihi? He says, because if she hadn't left the meat uncovered, the cat wouldn't have snatched it. If you take a kilo of meat, and you don't put it in the fridge, or in the pot, or in the kitchen, but you put in on a plate and placed it outside in the yard. Then you have a fight with the neighbour because his cats ate the meat. Then (inaudible). Right or not?

If one puts uncovered meat out in the street, or on the footpath, or in the garden, or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover, then the cats come and eat it, is it the fault of the cat or the uncovered meat? The uncovered meat is the problem! If it was covered the cat wouldn't have. It would have circled around it and circled around it, then given up and gone.

Yup, must be a misunderstanding all right. He's actually worse than everyone thought.

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2 Responses to The Meat Mufti

  1. Bleepless says:

    Publishing the whole thing was a good decision, but “The Australian” is still a pinko propaganda sheet. When they printed an article on the Sheikh being asked to apologize, they quoted him accurately as saying that he would when “the world is cleansed of the White House,” but then lied by stating that he meant George W. Bush. He meant no such thing, as anyone who can read knows.

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