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The truth behind the equality of the sexes

Today is International Women's Day, a day when we support women around the world and their quest for rights and individual freedom.

As we look at the women in the Muslim world and acknowledge their oppression, it is often implied that what we have here, in the West, is not oppressive. But whereas the Middle East makes women into something that suits men, the West makes men into something that suits women.

In the traditional, Islamic Middle East, women have to cover up, wear traditional dress and be escorted in public. Thus, men have no sexual temptation in public and the private sphere becomes a place of private, sexual sensory overload. Arguably, this is in the interest of the man, so he can focus on business outside of the home without distraction and enjoy the fact that all but a very small part of his women is, by default, reserved for him.

Now let's look at the West, where sex commercialism is everywhere, toying with male senses, feeding their hunger. Women wear a…

NEW radical Islamist terror attack in Russia, reveals clues about West's future

See the highlights in bold:

"Islamic State group claims Chechnya attack: SITE," by AFP, The Indian Express

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for an attack on Friday on a Russian military base in Chechnya, according to the SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist communications.

Six attackers stormed “a military base of the Russian National Guard close to Naurskaya village in northwestern Grozny in Chechnya,” the IS statement said.

They clashed with those at the base with light weapons for several hours.” The statement said all of the assailants died during the attack, which killed six Russian soldiers.

Russia’s National Guard, established last year, is a new branch of troops aimed at defending borders and countering extremism.

In a statement, the National Guard said the rebels tried to storm their base in heavy fog at around 2:30 AM local time but were spotted by a group of soldiers who opened fire.

Chechnya was the scene of two separatist wars in the 1990s and early 2000s, but the region has been largely calm under the iron-fisted rule of strongman leader Ramzan Kadyrov.

Behold, the future of the West: separatist communities quelled by an "iron-fisted ruler" and a standing army ready to leap into action. Now you see why the EU really wants its own military...but why should we settle for this just because some people with power get a hard-on for immigration?