Stating the Obvious, Banning the Love Holiday in Islamic Countries Is About Control, Not Christianity
I would like to take this opportunity to wish a Happy Valentine's Day to each and every country in the OIC:
In the mostly Islamic societies where Valentine’s Day is at least partially banned, its Christian roots are often used as justification. The rationale makes sense if Quranic values are the foundation of the legal system -- especially since the holiday is often celebrated by unmarried couples.
But some would argue that the true motives behind such bans are rooted in suppression rather than morality.
Suggested slogan for an OIC campaign anti-Valentine's Day campaign: LOVE IS FOR KAFIRS.
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