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November 3, 2018
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Libyan Researcher Dr. Ali Al-Siba'i: Westerners Secretly Aim to Corrupt Muslim Women by Making Them Believe In Equality

Libyan researcher Dr. Ali Al-Siba'i said that Westerners spend billions of dollars on targeting and corrupting Muslim women. He said that there are no conferences or symposiums where they openly discuss their agenda because "they have the foresight to avoid doing these things out in the open," and that they instead criticize the hijab, inheritance laws, and male guardianship, and talk about rights and equality for women in Muslim countries. Dr. Al-Siba'I said: "Is driving cars the one thing that Muslim women are lacking in our countries?" adding that many women unfortunately listen to this rhetoric, which is a "lethal poison." Dr. Al-Siba'i made his remarks on Channel 9 TV (Turkey) on November 3, 2018.

Following are excerpts:

 

Dr. Ali Al-Siba'i: I'm not just talking about ideas and hypotheticals. We are talking about millions and even billions of dollars spent on projects aimed at corrupting Muslim women. What I'm saying now…

Host: The women are specifically targeted?

Dr. Ali Al-Siba'i: Yes. Muslim women are specifically targeted. A large group of Westerners are interested in Muslim women. I'm talking about the corruption of Muslim women, but it is not as if there are conferences and symposiums where they discuss the corruption of Muslim women. It's not done out in the open. They know what they are doing and they have the foresight to avoid doing these things out in the open. Instead, they talk about "the rights of Muslim women," or about "equality between men and women in Muslim countries." They made a big fuss over women's right to drive. Is driving cars the one thing that Muslim women are lacking in our countries?

 

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"How come women don't work? Why do women have to wear the hijab? How come the inheritance of men is double that of women? Why do women need a guardian's approval to marry, and need to be accompanied by a guardian when traveling?" These are the issues they highlight to the women. Unfortunately, many women in our nation listen to that rhetoric. They believe it to be true, but it is, in fact, a lethal poison. The Westerners want women to be nothing but fashion models, secretaries for corruptors, laborers, or cheap merchandise at the hands of these corruptors. This is what they want, even though they voice different slogans.