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Pious Muslim husbands require their wives to wear Burkas, not because the practice is commanded by the Quran, but because the example was set in the way by which Muhammad treated his own wives. Pious Muslims follow the example of Muhammad in every fine detail, and these examples are to be found in the Hadith collections, and in the ‘Biography of the Apostle of God’ composed by Ibn Ishaq c760AD.
Like Henry VIII, Muhammad was desperate to father a male heir to inherit the dominions which he had created and, to achieve this ambition, he married a dozen wives. Hence his union with Ayesha, a girl of nine years, whom he married when he was 53 years old. Within a few short years, Ayesha matured into a well-developed teenager, attracting the attentions of men much closer to her own age, while Muhammad developed a sexual dysfunction which made it difficult for him to father children. Ibn Ishaq relates the account of how Ayesha, after having been abandoned in the desert, was rescued by a gallant young Arab and returned safely to Medina. The event gave rise to a scandal, and was the reason why Muhammad commanded his wives to take the veil.
In our own society, as in many others, men are expected to restrain their sexual impulses. However this restraint is not a requirement of Islam, and it is women who are charged with the responsibility of preserving their modesty. For this reason, pious Muslims regard any woman (whether they be Muslim or non-Muslim) who refuses to cover her face in public as somehow openly inviting the sexual favours of men. This is the reason why we have experienced, in recent years, the grooming and subsequent rape of teenage girls in Rotherham, Telford and other places throughout Britain
The muslim female dress code is incompatible with western values in regard to sexual equality. Western female dress code is incompatible with islamic values in regard to sexual inequality