segunda-feira, 23 de outubro de 2017

Islã e Hollywood- Ódio às Mulheres

O Islã e os encastelados em Hollywood (ou dentro da Globo) têm um inimigo comum: a pureza do cristianismo, muito especialmente a pureza feminina.

O Islã odeia as mulheres ao ponto de não se saber bem qual é paraíso para as mulheres. A mulher é subjugada ao homem muçulmano totalmente.

Em Hollywood, vive-se da liberdade sexual, da exploração do corpo feminino. Aborto, contracepção, pedofilia, nudez, e sexo sem valor são a regra. Mulher deve se sujeitar ao homem poderoso da indústria do cinema ou ao ator semi-deus para "ter carreira".

Engraçado ver atrizes defendendo o feminismo enquanto gastam milhões em tratamento de beleza e emagrecimento.

Derya Little, autora do livro acima, From Islam to Christ, que cresceu dentro do mundo muçulmano, conhece bem como é ser mulher no Islã. Ela escreveu um ótimo artigo sobre as subjugação da mulher no Islã e em Hollywood.

Ela mostra o único local onde a mulher encontra a liberdade: em Cristo.

O texto foi publicado na Crisis Magazine.  

Vejam parte do texto abaixo:

Islam, Hollywood and Choice

Once in a while there is an article that defends the practice of Muslim women covering her hair. If they really want to be insulting, there is a picture of a nun in a habit right next to a beautiful woman in hijab. “What is the difference?” they ask. “It is the choice,” I answer. One would think the movement that donned the adjective “pro-choice” would appreciate the nuance. Despite the endless word games, an honest look at today’s world will reveal that women have true choice in one place only: the Church, where Christ reigns.

I have been watching the happenings of Hollywood with a somewhat detached manner. There is money, there are powerful men, and there are women who are either willing to do anything it takes to advance their careers or who feel too trapped and alone to resist. Either way, this is a formula for female objectification and abuse. Not the first time. Not the last time.
The attitude of men towards women, and women’s lack of choice in Islam and Hollywood is remarkable. On the one end of the spectrum, there is the overwhelming appearance of guarding women’s virtue. Muslim women are responsible for concealing their own bodies. Even in the secular Muslim country I grew up in, from an early age girls are taught how even the smallest immodesty could cause men to sin, and that sin would be on our heads.
Consider growing up hearing that it is always woman’s fault when sexual abuse, assault or rape happens. Then consider becoming a social leper because one’s virginity is everything, regardless of how it is lost. After hearing this constant indoctrination and worshipping Allah who is the ultimate master with no paternal concern, the cycle of abuse is complete.
Now, on the other end of the spectrum lies a world where the thought of modesty is absurd. Hollywood is where the Sexual Revolution blossomed; where pornography was normalized; where the “liberation” of women was celebrated. From what we are told, now that there is free contraception, “safe” abortion, and no commitment to matrimony, women should be at their freest in Hollywood.
However, just like Islam, the atheistic culture of the movie industry fails to grasp the nature of the human person. Men, when given the power and ability, are more likely to abuse women. In Islam that power comes from Allah. In Hollywood, it comes from making or breaking a career. All these men become tiny little idols who can control women’s lives.
The end result is the same. Islam and sexual revolution do the same thing: remove the protection Christianity offers women.
Unlike what is taught in Islam and in the sex saturated culture of the West, Christianity teaches that we are all able to say “no,” including men. Men and women of faith have been tempted with lust throughout the history of the Church, and long before then. Just ask St. Anthony, St. Thomas Aquinas, or St. Benedict.
While Islam teaches that it is women’s responsibility to prevent men from sinning and Hollywood teaches that having sex is no different from indulging in a slice of chocolate cake, Christ demands the custody of eyes and chastity. While Islam wants women to cover every inch of their bodies, lest a man be aroused with the sight of an ankle or an elbow, and Hollywood wants to show naked women and pornography whenever possible, Christ asks for modesty and depictions of beauty not sexuality.

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