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Islamic Honor Killings: Crime or Necessity?: Part VI of VI

The Real Threat Yet these counter-evolutionary policies within the U.S. that favor the individual over the bloodline are both relatively few in number and easily correctable, which will inevitably occur as leading populations experience the forthcoming Neo-Darwinian Enlightenment, assuming self-destruction … Continue reading

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Islamic Honor Killings: Crime or Necessity?: Part V of VI

All For One, One For All Yet it is equally important to note that post-tribal civilizations can in no way transcend the law of inclusive fitness that renders bloodline survival the evolutionary gold standard. For individuals cannot go it alone … Continue reading

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Islamic Honor Killings: Crime or Necessity?: Part IV of VI

Back In the Day What we are left with is that, while the family honor code enforced within sharia may have been cutting-edge social technology when the Quran was written—during the age of the first Arab tribal mergers in the … Continue reading

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Islamic Honor Killings: Crime or Necessity?: Part III of VI

Transcending Tribalism At the same time, there are reasons for having constitutional laws that protect individuals in a way that transcends the bonds of kinship with respect to honor killings. One is that there is a history of family members … Continue reading

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Islamic Honor Killings: Crime or Necessity?: Part II of VI

Cultural Purpose While many will argue that human cultural dynamics have increasingly allowed humans to transcend such biological mandates, this cannot possibly be the case. For culture evolved as a mechanism by which information could be shared, both between generations … Continue reading

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Islamic Honor Killings: Crime or Necessity?: Part I of VI

As Islamists have increasingly immigrated to Western nations, the cultural differences between the two distinct civilizations have become increasingly apparent. And increasingly the subject of sharia (Islamic law)-based honor killings has come to the fore. Here, while the elimination of … Continue reading

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