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    An Afghan diplomat was charged Friday with beating his wife "like a dog" for more than 15 hours in their Queens home, prosecutors said.

    Mohammed Fagirad, 30, a vice consul at the Afghanistan Consulate, brutalized his wife inside their Flushing home from about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday until nearly midnight, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.

    During the attack, Fagirad bit, slapped, choked and beat the 22-year-old woman with a belt, pushed her down a flight of stairs and sat on her chest, prosecutors said. At one point, prosecutors said, Fagirad threw his wife up against a wall, held her there by the neck and then let her drop to the floor, where he beat her with a belt. Fagirad told police his "wife was a dog and he was going to treat her like a dog," prosecutors said.

    When Fagirad left the home, his wife fled and went to the 109th Precinct stationhouse, where she filed a domestic violence report, prosecutors said. She then returned home. When Fagirad returned, he demanded his wife's cell phone and called police to file a counterclaim, prosecutors said.

    The woman, who was not named, was hospitalized for bruises and scratches to her neck and back. Prosecutors said Fagirad's limited diplomatic immunity only covers work-related infractions.

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    ah the religion of peace . . . .
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    I thought it was pieces, head, arms, feet etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    ah the religion of peace . . . .
    Are we to sarcastically refer to Christianity as "the religion of peace" every time we hear news of Christians abusing their spouses and/or children or do you reserve that title only for religions you don't like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    Are we to sarcastically refer to Christianity as "the religion of peace" every time we hear news of Christians abusing their spouses and/or children or do you reserve that title only for religions you don't like?

    I think he reserves it only for religions who don't automatically condemn that behavior and that teach that women are "less" than men.

    Christian men usually want to take the wife abusers outback and give them a taste of their own medicine, but hopefully restrain themselves and let the law take care of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YupItsMe View Post
    I think he reserves it only for religions who don't automatically condemn that behavior and that teach that women are "less" than men.
    I don't know which Bible you're familiar with but the one I'm familiar with clearly suggests that women are less than men...

    1 Corinthians 11:8-9

    8For the man is not of the woman: but the woman of the man.

    9Neither was the man created for the woman; but the woman for the man.
    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...20;&version=9;
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    I don't know which Bible you're familiar with but the one I'm familiar with clearly suggests that women are less than men...

    1 Corinthians 11:8-9

    8For the man is not of the woman: but the woman of the man.

    9Neither was the man created for the woman; but the woman for the man.
    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...20;&version=9;
    way to quote a passage out of context!! dumbass fucking atheist know it alls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    I don't know which Bible you're familiar with but the one I'm familiar with clearly suggests that women are less than men...

    1 Corinthians 11:8-9

    8For the man is not of the woman: but the woman of the man.

    9Neither was the man created for the woman; but the woman for the man.
    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...20;&version=9;
    Yes, but the bible doesn't sanction wife-beating as useful tool for family leadership and the Koran obviously does.

    To ignore the implications of Islam in this case is to be naive at best or willfully ignorant at worst. Wife-beating is an instruction from the prophet to his followers. It's not a concept derived from parable or analogy. It's not something sifted out of OT style stories or the product of textual analysis. It's a flat instruction.

    This man's transgression from a religious point of view is a matter of degree and duration, not behavior. The religious point of view is germane here because the husband can invoke talaq which results in a de facto divorce. When the case is put before the Family Court, the case will be decided according to sharia law. Under that law, in a he said/she said case, he wins because her testimony is worth half of his.

    Aside from a very tiny minority of Christians in this country, wife-beating is uniformly seen as a despicable act which violates Christan morals and serves as evidence of a complete failure of Christian leadership on the part of the husband. No authoritative Christian institutions sanction wife-beating. None. No legal authority in this country would take a Christian man's word over his wife's word in any kind of case. No Christian family would imprison or kill a wife returned to her father's home because of divorce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    Are we to sarcastically refer to Christianity as "the religion of peace" every time we hear news of Christians abusing their spouses and/or children or do you reserve that title only for religions you don't like?
    Christianity does not claim to be the religion of peace. Thanks for playing :wave:
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    Christianity does not claim to be the religion of peace. Thanks for playing :wave:
    The Koran does not contain any claims that Islam is a religion of peace.
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