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Posted on 09/05/2018 7:50:41 AM PDT by C19fan
A strict Islamic district in Indonesia has banned men and women from having dinner together unless they are married or related to make women be 'more obedient' and 'well behaved'.
The deeply Islamic Aceh province, which operates under Sharia Law, announced today it would stop unmarried couples eating together in public, an official said.
Aceh is the only region in the world's most heavily populated Muslim majority country that imposes Islamic law and has come under fire in the past for putting moral restrictions on women.
It also attracted global condemnation for publicly whipping people found guilty of a range of offences including homosexuality, gambling and drinking alcohol.
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You have to have a wish to live in Hell......
This was the Indonesian province that had the massive tsunami after an earthquake out in the ocean.
It wasnt big enough, apparently.
How they gonna enforce that? Do folks carry copies of their marriage cert?
At least they don’t force muslims to bake gay wedding cakes.
Can you eat with a woman you’re not related or married to if you beat her later?
I guess men there won’t be getting #MeTooed.
The western media are whingeing about it because Indonesia rejects to legalise homo.
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Indonesia did not have this in past.
It is solely due to the rise of Wahhabism, which is funded and promoted by our “dear friends” the Saudis, who use their oil wealth and US protection to achieve supremacy in the Islamic world.
And this is what the muzzies have in store for Europe. ...and eventually us.
Any comments from ANY “feminist”?
Islam is evil.
This is also the law in Saudi Arabia where they have special sections in restaurants where couples may dine together.
Islamic-sanctioned girlfriend dining section
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