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Debate Video: Feminism vs Islam ‘Does Islam Treat Women Right?’ Rebak’ah Mckinney-Perry vs Abdullah al Andalusi

Screen Shot 2014-03-13 at 07.52.35The video is now up, of the explosively entertaining debate between the highly vocal Irish feminist at a Dublin university, Rebak’ah Mckinney-Perry, and MDI’s Abdullah al Andalusi, on the topic ‘does Islam treat women right?’

Despite the debate being fierce and hotly contested, the audience vote at the end showed an overwhelming majority agreed that Islam did indeed treat women right! much to the consternation of the feminists who attended. interestingly, quite a few non Muslims agreed that Islam does indeed treat women right, and thanked Abdullah al Andalusi afterwards for showing them an interesting alternative to the assumed-to-be-superior western way.

Debate was held on 18th February 2014, hosted by the University College Dublin Law Society.

We hope that you enjoy the video and find it intellectually stimulating as you find it entertaining. A review of some of the interesting points of the event can be read here.

The event featured a vote at the end, from the audience. After listening to both speakers, the audience overwhelmingly voted that Islam does indeed treat women right.

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2 replies »

  1. Islam clearly does. Many Muslims clearly do not and that is the issue. Debate about Islam is theoretical. Our behavior is pragmatic and leaves a lot to be desired. Instead of all your comparisons of Islam to secular society, Christianity , etc, perhaps you should look inward and help improve the day to day practice of Islam.

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