To bad she’s wrong. To be honest, I haven’t seen the entire video and if you have a link please send it my way. Here are a few thoughts of mine.
The 19th Amendment:
The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
The 19th Amendment placed into law requiring that all states allow voting age citizens the right to vote. It would be false to assume that every state in the Union at the time didn’t allow women to vote. At least 14 states allowed women to vote before the 19th Amendment. So the issue wasn’t that they couldn’t vote the issue was where they lived. In addition, if Muslim women have some many rights then why don’t we hear of the blessings of women’s rights in Islamic countries? Why is it that we only hear of Muslim women and their rights in the most free country on the earth. Check out Women’s Sufferage
Also, the United States is a nation with a little over 400 years of national history. Islam is a religion that started with a man and a sword who travel in a large caravan. I think there is a difference between the social and economic demographics between the two. So if you are going to compare a caravan of men and women to a nation then I think you should come up with a better example.
Another thought, you give an example of where America went wrong because of the disenfranchisement of women but you don’t give any real examples concerning the laws or rules of Muslim women concerning their rights. Where are they?
Since the Qu’ran and the Hadith are the rule books for a perfect society, where are the verses that show that women have the same rights and men and should be viewed in the same manner as men? I would love to see women in an Islamic country protest against the government. I would love to see women create a feminist group and demand their government to provide food and money for their illegitimate children.
Teach me if I’m wrong.