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Middle East Extremists Advocate Chopping off European Women’s Hands for Disobedience!

Excuse the sensationalist headline, but what can you expect after learning yet another Middle Eastern religion advocates chopping off women’s hands as a fit punishment for going against its teachings. The religion has been actively recruiting millions of followers all over Europe and America right under the noses of security forces.

But that’s not all. A video has emerged on Youtube showing two young men reading from a religious tract in Holland. Containing death threats to the gay community, among other atrocities, one passage incites believers to eat children. Despite that the book is widely available in bookstores all over the West, and there are no plans to remove it from public display. Preachers in village communities and city religious centres regularly urge Westerners to follow its teachings while soliciting donations to fill their coffers.

Dutch shoppers were shocked by revelations read to them in a street filled with ordinary families – including innocent young toddlers and tiny babies – out on a Christmas spending spree. One woman remarked: “To me this sounds like they want to oppress you and force you to believe what they believe.” Another expressed her horror at thinking adherents could take the words as being the absolute truth. A third shopper believes it will be impossible to take measures ridding European society of the violent teachings.

But see for yourselves in this video filmed by the duo of Dutch investigative journalists operating under the name Dit is Normaal (This is Normal). Is it really?


4 comments on “Middle East Extremists Advocate Chopping off European Women’s Hands for Disobedience!

  1. Wendy Kate
    December 9, 2015

    Thanks for this, Bryan. I will be passing it on! So happy to be an atheist 🙂

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  2. Colltales
    December 7, 2015

    Genius. I’d just hope that people would finally wake up to this charade and do something more positive, more humane with their lives than to believe in invisible people. Which would be fine, it’s a (relatively) free world, after all, or it should be. But given what’s been done on its name, it’s disgraceful how many have died for it or have been fooled by it for so long. In the meantime, Socrates, Plato, and so many others have not nearly as many readers, which is a shame; their teachings remain almost as fresh as when they were first thought out. Thanks for this; it’s definitely worth relaying it to a few people. Cheers

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  3. Nil
    December 7, 2015

    I’d seen it on FB during one of my very occasional visits and promptly shared it while I was still shaking with uncontrollable laughter… 😉

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