In the case of Christianity, it has mellowed out considerably since the Enlightenment. While muslim infanticide is reported nearly monthly, if not weekly, the Christian and Jewish equivalent are extremely rare and generally more attributable to mental illness - amplified by religion - rather than to strict religious observance.
When you write “extremely rare”, you need to account for proportionality. In fact, I’ll downright challenge the idea that the rate of infanticide among Muslims is higher than elsewhere. To throw around extremely rare, means that not only you can show that it’s significantly lower in statistical terms, but it’s order(s) of magnitude smaller.
That, little pookie, is a most misguided statement and you know it.
If anything, Islam considerably reduced infanticide by categorically forbidding infants burials, which Arab pagans were notorious for.
Lastly, what do you make of Arab Christians and Druze? [/quote]
lixy, you’re again muddying the waters. As I demonstrated in the case of the Atlanta honor killing and the hadith I quoted at the beginning of this post, Islam promotes certain forms of honor killing. The proof-texts are there for all to read. We could really all care less what pagan Arabs were doing 1400 years ago.