Christ In Islam  

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At the end of the debate - "Christianity and Islam" - which appeared on
the SABC-TV programme "CROSS QUESTIONS" on Sunday 5th June
19831, the Chairman, Mr Bill Chalmers commented:

"I think it can be said from this discussion that there is, at present,
somewhat more accommodation on the Islamic side for the founder
of Christianity than there is on the Christian side for the founder of
Islam. What the significance of that is, we leave it to you, the viewer,
to determine, but I do think you will agree that it is a good thing that
we are talking together." "BILL" as he is popularly addressed, without any
formalities, on all his programmes, by all his panelists, is extremely
charming and stupendous in his humility. He is a picture of what the Holy
Quran portrays of a good Christian..

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Answer To Non Muslims Common questions About Islam  

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Why does Islam degrade women by keeping them behind the veil?

The status of women in Islam is often the target of attacks in the secular media.
The ‘hijab’ or the Islamic dress is cited by many as an example of the
‘subjugation’ of women under Islamic law. Before we analyze the reasoning
behind the religiously mandated ‘hijab’, let us first study the status of women in
societies before the advent of Islam

1. In the past women were degraded and used as objects of lust
The following examples from history amply illustrate the fact that the status of
women in earlier civilizations was very low to the extent that they were denied
basic human dignity:

a. Babylonian Civilization:
The women were degraded and were denied all rights under the Babylonian
law. If a man murdered a woman, instead of him being punished, his wife
was put to death.

b. Greek Civilization:
Greek Civilization is considered the most glorious of all ancient civilizations.
Under this very ‘glorious’ system, women were deprived of all rights and
were looked down upon. In Greek mythology, an ‘imaginary woman’ called
‘Pandora’ is the root cause of misfortune of human beings. The Greeks
considered women to be subhuman and inferior to men. Though chastity of
women was precious, and women were held in high esteem, the Greeks
were later overwhelmed by ego and sexual perversions. Prostitution
became a regular practice amongst all classes of Greek society.

c. Roman Civilization:
When Roman Civilization was at the zenith of its ‘glory’, a man even had the
right to take the life of his wife. Prostitution and nudity were common
amongst the Romans.

d. Egyptian Civilization:
The Egyptian considered women evil and as a sign of a devil.

e. Pre-Islamic Arabia:
Before Islam spread in Arabia, the Arabs looked down upon women and
very often when a female child was born, she was buried alive.


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