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Jonathan Brown Muslim Professor at Georgetown University Defends Slavery and Rape when Done in Islam

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 5:56
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By Onan Coca

This is the new standard of measure that everyone should get used to… some things are morally reprehensible UNLESS you do them as a Muslim in the Muslim way.

That is basically what Georgetown Professor of Islamic Studies and Muslim convert Jonathan Brown is teaching in his University these days.

During a recent lecture at the International Institute of Islamic Thought, Brown told his audience that men do not necessarily need consent to have sex with a woman, and that slavery is not in and of itself wrong.

In a lecture that spanned about an hour and twenty minutes, Dr. Brown condemned the practices of slavery in the West (and China), while attempting to argue that slavery in the Muslim world has been far kinder and gentler (which is completely untrue). Dr. Brown also argued that slavery had become “racialized” in the West but was non-racial in the Muslim world, another blatant lie. Lastly, Brown argued that forced labor in the West was abusive but that no such practice ever occurred in the Muslim world



Source: http://itmakessenseblog.com/2017/02/14/jonathan-brown-muslim-professor-at-georgetown-university-defends-slavery-and-rape-when-done-in-islam/

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