Breakthrough! The passage of the Qur’an that says of disobedient women, “beat them” (4:34) has now been — finally! — rightly understood. Set your Secret Qur’anic Decoder Rings to 4:34, and voila! “Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because God has guarded them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and dance with them.”
Of course, it’s a violent, bruising dance, but who are you to say anything about someone else’s culture, kuffar? (And you’re so willfully blind about Islamic supremacism, kuffar, you might just buy this dance bit.)
Well, not this time. Nonetheless, Allaetin Can deserves a friendly pat on the back (delivered with maximum force, of course) for giving it the old Sharia try.
“NZ kebab shop owner guilty of assault,” from AFP, September 30 (thanks to Kenneth):
A Turkish immigrant who claimed he was performing a traditional dance with violent-looking moves as he beat his wife has been convicted of assault by a New Zealand judge.
Kebab shop owner Allaetin Can was arrested in August after a passer-by reported he was attacking his wife outside their takeaway in the North Island town of Hawera.
He denied the assault charge, arguing he and his wife were celebrating a profitable lunchtime’s trade with a traditional dance called kolbasti, which features mock wrestling, hitting and kicking.
After last month ordering police to examine Can’s claims, judge Allan Roberts described them as “nonsense” in a decision handed down on Wednesday.
“I reject the explanation as a lie,” Roberts said, labelling Can “a manipulative, deceitful man”….