Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Provisions of Law No. 22 of 2006, Qatar’s first codified law to address issues of family and personal status, discriminates against women. Under article 36, a marriage contract is valid when a woman’s male guardian concludes the contract and two male witnesses are present. Article 57 forbids husbands from hurting their wives physically or morally, but article 58 states that it is a wife’s responsibility to look after the household and to obey her husband. Other than general provisions on assault, the penal code does not criminalize domestic violence. Marital rape is not a crime.
Article 34 of Qatar’s nationality law does not allow Qatari women, unlike Qatari men, married to non-Qatari spouses to pass on their nationality to their children.
In May, only 2 women out of 29 representatives were elected to the Central Municipal Council. There are no women in Qatar’s Shura Council (an advisory body), which has yet to have elections.
Qatar’s penal code punishes “sodomy” with one to three years in prison, and under Sharia law, which applies to Muslims, any individual convicted of zina (sex outside of marriage) can be sentenced to flogging (non-married persons) or the death penalty (married persons). According to media reports, dozens of people have been given flogging sentences—ranging from 40 to 100 lashes—since 2004, including at least 45 between 2009 and 2011.
Ladies, what are your opinions on Qatar? And how do your personal beliefs mesh with it. Consider the fact that the Clinton Foundation received a million dollar check in 2011 from Qatar for Bill’s birthday. The Clinton Foundation is a drop box, a tip jar, a checking account, that dictates the actions of the Clintons with regards to foreign policy. Qatar and Saudi Arabia are the principal financiers for ISIS.
But that’s not all. The Clinton Foundation cashflow is also dependent on the Clintons initiating money raising schemes.
Haiti, where the Clinton foundation asked for huge donations to set up a program that pledged to rebuild homes and to develop infrastructure for the Haitian people after the earthquake. A few construction companies were granted sweet contracts from the Clintons, but none of the promises were fulfilled. Barely any infrastructure was touched, barely any houses were built. The Clintons pocketed the cash. One of the biggest scams in history. #clintoncash
Ask yourselves. Truly ask yourselves. Dig deep inside your soul and ask yourselves, is voting for Clinton the kind of harm you want to inflict upon the world?
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