In the context of the 7th century all women were inferior to men whether they were Muslim, Christian, Jewish or other. Daughters were buried alive, war widows were prostituted, divorcees were destitute. Muhammad changed that for the better. If anything, the Mullahs are taking a step backwards from the respect afforded women in the early days of Islam. Women such as Aisha were teachers of religion and they came to the mosque together with men and made their voices known. The image of Mohammad speaking to women contrasts with today's Taliban who don't even bother to converse with women in any fashion. The image of him answering their questions in a mosque contrasts with that of today's partitioned mosques.And in the context of Mohammad’s life women are seen as inferior to men. So what I said is still correct in this aspect.
trollty. Is that a word?I know those already. The way I see Mohammad, he was mostly a man of kindness, and sometimes a man of utmost cruelty. Sort of like me.
I've never understood why you are so certain that'll get under my skin. There really isn't anything to it.PS, hey dont forget my post right above this.