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After a slow start, the discussion took off and now has 17,000 comments, or about four a day.

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I understand why, I really do, but personally as a woman of 41 years old that still wants to have children, am I kidding myself to think that he might eventually come around or that it could even work at all?Perhaps the Quran itself does not honor women, married or not. The Quran For the historical and literary topical context of this next sura (chapter), please click here. Islam allegedly is the best and final religion for all humankind, and the Muslim man may convert his submissive wife.Perhaps in Muhammad’s mind no woman could ever convert a Muslim man, if he is a traditionalist.The victim, a 22-year-old nurse whose identity has been kept secret to protect her, told the court the “violent” attack – which took place in January – left her with deep wounds to her face and had forced her to flee her home town of Reims, France, with her so-called ‘infidel’ boyfriend.The young nurse said her cousins, aged 21 and 27, grabbed her by the hair, kicked and punched her, and verbally abused her during the alleged attack, before forcing her into their car. I didn’t want to go home, I wanted to be with my boyfriend.From the beginning it has been clear that there are obstacles to our being together and we kept it very casual and light, but in the past few months we have become much, much closer and he expressed his love for me, and now I have allowed myself to love him very dearly also.

However, what just happened a couple hours ago brought our true situation very present to me.

I am not a Muslim woman though I have much respect for the faith.

For the past 9 months or so I have been dating a dear man from Libya who is here for school on a scholarship.

He said: “My clients are two young Muslim women who are fully integrated into French society. They were trying to protect her from herself and their disagreement had nothing to do with Islam.” Simon Miravete, the victim’s lawyer, said that the court’s decision was an “encouraging step forward” and his client would finally be able to “put all the drama behind her”.

He said: “I hope that her family will let her live her life in peace and stop harassing and pressuring her.

Millions of Muslims are trying to come to the West seeking to impose this extreme and radical ideology that they believe to be superior to Western law. The female attackers said they had tried to “talk some sense” into their cousin – who cut off all ties with her family when she went to live with her non-Muslim boyfriend.