July 16, 2016

Understanding Islam XXVI: Sharia’s Subjugation of Women

[Parental Advisory: Sexually Explicit Content in this Post. Seriously, some of this is raunchy. Muhammad and his ilk were  sexually immoral and perverts.]

Although the Qur’an and Hadith refer to women as Allah’s handmaidens it is clear from the Qur’an, Sira and the Hadith that women are nothing more than sexual objects or possessions. Islamic family law is Sharia law since it is based upon the words of Allah and the Sunna of Muhammad. For Muslims to be ruled by any Kafir laws is an abomination. This includes non-Muslim laws that prevent polygamy and wife beating/killing. Since wives/women fall within the charge of the family much of what the Islamic holy writ says about women falls within familial regulation. Some of which are as follows:

Sharia states among other things that:

m6.10 It is unlawful for a free man to marry more than four (4) women.

m8.2 A male guardian may not marry his prepubescent daughter to someone for less than the amount typically received as marriage payment by similar brides.

As if the last statement isn’t repulsive enough…it gets even worse with the EXPLICIT treatment of wives in Islamic holy writ (as if it can even be called holy).

Conjugal Rights or The Wife’s Marital Obligations

m5.1 It is obligatory for a woman to let her husband have sex with her immediately when: (a) he asks her (b) at home (c) and she can physically endure it.

Muawiyah said: Apostle of Allah, how should we approach our wives and how should we leave them? He replied: Approach your tilth (tilth is a plowed field, a euphemism for the vagina) when or how you will [Abu Dawud 11, 2138; 2139]

So according to Muhammad and many that came after, the most important thing that a woman brings to the marriage is her tilth or sexual reproductive organs.

[Bukhari 7,62,81] Muhammad said, “The marriage vow most rightly expected to be obeyed is the husband’s right to enjoy the wife’s tilth.”

From the Sira we get this gem…

Ishaq 957 Muhammad sent Muadh to Yemen to proselytize. While he was there he was asked what rights a husband has over the wife. He replied to the woman who asked, “If you went home and found your husband’s nose running with pus and blood and you sucked it until it was cleaned, you still would not have fulfilled your husband’s rights.”

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