Kosovo: Imam Urges Men to Abandon Pre-Maritial “Whores”


Even the so-called Islamic feminists who oppose such devout adherence to the sharia make ….. a weak case. The spokeswoman from the Women's Caucus of Kosovo said it was unacceptable, "even in cases where women 'deviate' from the path the
Islamic community considers morally acceptable."

Deviant? Uh, ok. Expect more of this from Kosovo, the first Islamic state in the heart of Europe, the result of Bill Clinton's Bosnian war against the Christians of Europe.

And contrary to the writer's dissembling and editorializing to the contrary, these comments are consistent with Islamic beliefs. And they are in keeping with the honor code of violence and murder in Islam.

"Imam's comments on women spark criticism" By Safet Kabashaj, South East Europe Times, June 12, 2013 (thanks to The Religion of Peace)

A controversial statement is met with criticism from citizens and the Women's Caucus in the
Burka_sexyKosovo assembly.

Female politicians in Kosovo have joined their voices against Imam
Irfan Salihu after his recent comments about women's immorality.

The Women's Caucus of the Kosovo assembly met June 6th with the heads
of the Kosovo Islamic Community and asked for Salihu's suspension after
a video emerged through social media in which the imam insulted women.

During a recent Friday prayer session, the local imam in Prizren said
women who had been in a relationship before marriage were "whores," and
he urged young men to abandon them.

Teuta Sahatqija, chairwoman of the Women's Caucus, said the statement carries dangerous consequences.

"It's a call for violence inside families, and it is absolutely unacceptable," Sahatqija told SETimes.
She added that even in cases where women "deviate" from the path the
Islamic community considers morally acceptable, they should not be
expelled from their families, as suggested by the imam.

The Islamic community said it is reviewing the case and will respond in accordance with internal procedures and regulations.

According to experts, the imam's comments represent an extremist point of view, not consistent with Islamic beliefs.

Agim Gjakova, a Kosovo author whose works have won literary prizes in
Kosovo and Albania, said Salihu's statement is a direct attack on
society. "This approach is not just a kind of extremism, it is like
being commissioned by the biggest enemy of the Albanian people to speak
in that way," Gjakova told SETimes.

Ahmet Sadriu, Islamic community spokesperson, told SETimes that the imam's message was delivered in a way that is not allowed according to Islamic principles.

"We do not think that women's morality in Kosovo is at a level that
requires such negative comments, but of course we are concerned with the
presence of some new negative phenomena in society, such as drugs and
prostitution, which undoubtedly are a fact that made Imam Salihu use
inappropriate comments," Sadriu said.

"Imam Salihu has apologised to those who might have been offended by
his comments, but his intention was not to hurt anyone, rather it was a
manifestation of his concern with the rapid expansion of some negative
phenomena in Kosovo society," he added.

Xhabir Hamiti, a professor in the Faculty of Islamic Studies at
Pristina University, said the imam's statement was emotional, and it's
up to the Islamic community to deal with it.

"Irfan, but also other religious leaders of all communities without
exception, must be aware that [public statements], sometimes even spoken
right but not well elaborated, can have negative connotations," Hamiti

Citizens, however, are divided in their feelings on the statement.

Merita Borovci, a student in the Faculty of Islamic Studies at the
University of Pristina and an active member in the women's department of
the Kosovo Islamic Community, said the imam's statement has been

Ah, tes, the old 'misunderstanders' are at it again.

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