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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Koran Teaching Applies in Women Poisoning: Poison In a Scorpion's Tail and a Snake's Tongue As Well As in Certain People's Eyes

Certain people have poisoned eyes in the same way that scorpion's have toxins in their tails and snakes have venom in their tongues. In other words, some people are plain toxic. This reference is an undocumented quote from the Muslim Koran.

Regardless of the Koran's attributed source, it certainly fits with the evil intent perpetrated by the heinous poisoning of Afghanistan women who were targeted for harm by Taliban Muslim extremists, because they were involved in teaching or going to school.

CNN news reports 122 Afghan girls and their teacher were attacked with a poison spray causing many to be hospitalized.

"The Afghan people know that terrorists and the Taliban are doing these things to threaten girls and stop them going to school," said Khalilullah Aseer, spokesman for Takhar (Afghan) police. "That's something we and the people believe. Now we are implementing democracy in Afghanistan and we want girls to be educated, but the government's enemies don't want this."

What do Taliban evil doers fear when they perform cowardly acts that harm and inflict fear in innocent people, especially women? Obviously, the Taliban's horrible intentions are thwarted by enlightenment that accompanies the education of women.

Human rights advocates report how educated African women improves the health of the entire community:  

"When you educate a girl in Africa, everything changes. She’ll be three times less likely to get HIV/AIDS, earn 25 percent more income and have a smaller, healthier family."

An educated man is one person, but educate a woman and you educate a family - a quote in the public domain.

Educated women quickly learn how to manage the size of their families, start small home businesses and creatively feed their families.  Jealous Taliban men would apparently prefer to punish women then learn from them about how to improve their human conditions.

Although 122 Afghanistan women endured the horror of poisoning due to bold efforts toward education, the act is bound to rebound on the perpetrators of the sickening incident.  

I'm confident the Koran teaches retribution for evil acts. As the Taliban are the poisoners of women, they are as low on the scale of human development as are scorpions and snakes.

"As for him who disregards the message of God, God will direct him to ever increasing retribution. " Qur'an Jinn 72:11-17 ... "

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