This is part 2 in my series English for Muslims [See Premier Post]. Today we will discuss the word 'No' - specifically when used by young American women.
As you are aware, Ahmed, the typical response of a Muslim when he hears an American (or even European) woman say, "No!" is to break out the rope and duct tape from his turban.
However, most western countries discourage this type of behavior. You may find that women from the developed nations tend to be less submissive than the sheep that pass for women in your country. And when I say sheep, I do not mean to confuse you, I mean women who act like sheep. Boinking actual sheep is looked down upon in most civilized lands.
For example, the following may be perfectly legal in Pakistan:
two Christian girls in Pakistan have finally been rescued after two Muslim men kidnapped them two months ago, raped them repeatedly, forcibly converted them to Islam, and sold them to other men as sex slaves.
However, in America, if anytime during the rape and forcible conversion, any of the two said, "No," then it would be considered a felony. That's assuming not too many more Muslims come to this country and change that law. If CAIR had its way, it would at most be a misdemeanor punishable with a small fine. Which begs the question, why would any woman voluntarily convert to Islam if this is how women are treated?