This article is about the Quiverfull community, and how the Quivers have used the Quran as a way to control women.
The Quiverhood has a long history of forcing women into obedience to their male leaders, and the Quibers claim the Quran has given them the right to force women to have sex.
They have called for a ban on female veiling, and they’ve promoted sex trafficking as a religious practice, and encouraged others to do the same.
Quiverhead founder Mark Burns recently posted an article on his Facebook page that outlined the origins of the Quivering movement, and said that the Quran was his inspiration.
He said that his father used to read the Quran for him, and his father’s wife used to be a believer, but eventually they got divorced.
This has led to a lot of misunderstanding among followers, and it’s important to note that the Quirks have not endorsed any specific verse.
Quivers do not believe that the Quranic texts are infallible, and many Quiverwomen are uncomfortable with this.
“We have our own interpretation, and we believe that we are not a sect,” Burns told The Huffington Post.
“We don’t think that’s what the Qur’an is about.”
The Quiberers claim that their goal is to force the Quran into women’s minds.
They believe that women should have sex with as many men as possible in order to become “full of God.”
They want the Quran to be read as a guide to the perfect woman, and that women can be forced to have sexual intercourse with any man who is willing to have a sexual relationship with them.
The group’s website claims that Quiver women believe in “love and fidelity and love and obedience and submission and love.”
They claim that they believe that men can do whatever they want, including forcing women to eat or wear what they want.
They even encourage women to wear the hijab, which they consider to be an abomination, and a symbol of their oppression.
This group claims to be the first religion in the world to promote polygamy, and to be in favor of polygamy as a practice.
The Quiverheads have used polygamy as an excuse for forcing women, and their followers, to have affairs.
Burns, the founder, is a polygamist, and he claims that the religion encourages the practice.
Burns said that he began attending Quiver meetings, and “I realized I had to do something.”
He said the group has also become popular among members who have been pressured by their husbands or boyfriends to have children.
In an interview with The Huffington Report, Burns said, “I think that the best way to make people feel comfortable is to encourage them to do whatever you want.”
Burns and other Quiver people have called on the Quakers to condemn any man, including their own husbands, who would not support their polygamous lifestyle.
They claim the Quis, and other religious groups, have encouraged the practice of polygamy, which is illegal in the United States.
“If you don’t support the Qui-bou-lala [sic] family, then you don ‘t want to be part of the family, period,” Burns said.
“It’s the Quorum, and if you don’ t have a relationship with your Quiver, then it’s not worth your time, your time and your money.”
Burns said he was aware of the group’s views on polygamy, but that he and his wife had never discussed the group or its policies with anyone outside the Quivircles.
As The Huffington Press reported, Burns has also been called out by fellow Quivermen for “stealing” verses from the Quran.
He claimed that he was inspired by his father, who said that “God gave the Quran and its teachings to the Prophet Muhammad and his family for their protection and safety.”
In response to the Queries’ comments, a Quiver responded in a Facebook post that “We are not the Quifters.
We are just like any other person who follows the laws of our religion.”
In a statement to The Huffington.com, Burns explained that he had not taken issue with Quiver members, and instead defended the rights of the organization.
He also said that, “We would never intentionally or knowingly lie or cheat in order for Quiver Women to continue having sex with us.”
The group also said it was “deeply saddened and deeply troubled” by Burns’ comments.
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