Now that gays can marry, Muslims demand polygamy
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Muslims in Italy want polygamy, now that gays have the right to enter civil unions. Islam allows for men to have multiple wives.
Muslims in Italy want polygamy to be recognized, now that gays can have civil unions.
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - If Italians are going to accept same-sex civil unions, they will have to accept Islamic polygamy too, according to Hamza Piccardo, the founder of the Union of Islamic Communities and Organisations (UCOII).
"When it comes to civil rights here, then polygamy is a civil right. Muslims do not agree with homosexual partnerships, and yet they have to accept a system that allows it. There is no reason why Italy should not accept polygamous marriages of consenting persons," Piccardo wrote.
Such demands are the natural result of watering down marriage. As marriage integrity disintegrates amid an Orwellian atmosphere of "political correctness," you arrive at a point where anything goes.
Islamic polygamy has rights groups worried because women can be oppressed in polygamous relationships. Such relationships are inherently misogynistic and center on the desires of the man rather than the needs of the women.
Meanwhile, billionaire George Soros seems to be deeply interested in Italian politics and the Catholic Church. Soros has sent a representative from his "Open Society Foundations" to attend the "Global Network of Rainbow Catholics" event in Rome. The organization is intended to clash with the Church whenever it can on same-sex issues.
Soros has spent nearly one billion dollars of his personal fortune around the globe in an effort to promote homosexual agendas. Much of that money has been spent in Europe.
At the same time Italy is being torn apart by civil unions for gays, and now polygamy for Muslims, the nation is struggling with 40 percent youth unemployment.
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