Joumanah El Matrah
Saturday 15 April 2017
... It is provocative and reckless to print an incorrect translation of a Qur’anic verse in an environment where significant levels of racism are directed at Muslims.More claiming that the blasphemous koran is a 'sacred text', the false prophet Mohammed was a prophet - and calling for Facebook to remove the video - at The Guardian
The verse which is the subject of the video, and the reason and way in which it is misinterpreted I will come back to later, but – as a Muslim woman – I want that video, promoting violence through its misrepresentation of the reality of intimate partner abuse, removed from Facebook. That would be one appropriate response. ...
# Beware of miswak-wielding false prophets, blasphemous books, and those who defend them. Flee from islam - run for your life!
Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR)
Joumanah El Matrah
# An earlier tale of ignorance and misrepresentation - why does anyone bother to understand the blasphemous, antichrist religion and its unfortunate followers - it always seems to be dismissed as ignorance and misrepresentation ...
Stolen voices of Muslim women
By Joumanah El Matrah
April 22, 2005
Western discourse on the plight of Muslim women reflects ignorance at best, and racism at worst, writes Joumanah El Matrah.More on the plight of the unfortunate followers of the false prophet of islam (let him be anathema) at The Age
The shedding of crocodile tears over the plight of Muslim women has come to characterise many self-proclaimed feminists, journalists and government officials. The plight of Muslim women has become a paradigm of victimhood. ...
# Hedjab-tugging tales:
Muslim women don’t deserve this
September 29, 2014
AND so it begins. Around Australia, Muslim women have come under attack: one is beaten, another is sworn at, another has her hijab pulled off her head, injuring her neck. ...# Meanwhile, the consequences of islamic terror-casting continue to be felt ...
Lindt cafe siege: Police officer told to ‘drink the pain away’