Imam says a woman “must make herself available to her husband whenever he says ‘I’m ready, I need you'”
When is the BBC documentary “Judaism, Women and Me”? “Christianity, Women and Me”? “Hinduism, Women and Me”? Forget it. You know that in the shattered, staggering, dhimmi UK, only Islam gets this kind of fawning media treatment.
Meanwhile, “Mehreen admitted she was shocked by the imam’s guidance, and said she didn’t agree with any of his points,” but the imam was just repeating Muhammad’s words as recorded in the Hadith:
A hadith depicts Muhammad saying: “If a husband calls his wife to his bed [i.e. to have sexual relation] and she refuses and causes him to sleep in anger, the angels will curse her till morning” (Bukhari 4.54.460).
Another hadith attributes this to Muhammad: “By him in whose Hand lies my life, a woman can not carry out the right of her Lord, till she carries out the right of her husband. And if he asks her to surrender herself [to him for sexual intercourse] she should not refuse him even if she is on a camel’s saddle” (Ibn Majah 1854).
Also, Dr Amra Bone, a lecturer in Islamic Studies, is not telling the truth when she says: “How you understand that is did the prophet ever beat his wife? Never in his life. Say he is an example for you, the best example for you and he never hit a woman ever in his life.”
In reality, a hadith has Aisha, Muhammad’s child bride, saying that Muhammad “struck me on the chest which caused me pain, and then said: Did you think that Allah and His Apostle would deal unjustly with you?” (Sahih Muslim 2127)
“How to be the PERFECT Muslim wife: Imam instructs women must make themselves available to their husbands whenever they demand intimacy and sex before marriage is banned, reveals documentary,” by Molly Rose Pike, Mailonline, February 6, 2018:
Two Muslim women have revealed they struggle with strict Islamic teachings banning sex before marriage in a frank discussion about their religion.
Activist and author Yassmin Abdel-Magied, who says she may never get married, revealed she finds it difficult to accept that she may never have sex.
She appears in new BBC documentary Islam, Women And Me, in which presenter Mehreen Baig examines what makes the ‘perfect’ Muslim woman and wife.
Yassmin, an outspoken feminist, tells Mehreen that she often feels ‘randy’ and thinks non-Muslims don’t realise that they also have sexual desires.
How silly. I doubt there is a non-Muslim in the entire world who thinks that. But apparently Yassmin Abdel-Magied is well-schooled in the Islamic art of claiming victimhood whenever, wherever, and however possible.
In another scene, Mehreen is horrified when a conservative Imam from an east London mosque claims the ‘perfect wife’ should obey her husband and have sex whenever he demands it.
A verse in Chapter 24 of the Quran advises both men and women to ‘turn your eyes away’ from temptation and to ‘preserve your chastity’….
To learn more about how the ‘perfect’ Muslim woman should behave, Mehreen visited a mosque in east London where an Imam was giving a speech about finding the perfect partner.
He told the congregation that a man should love and trust his wife and provide her with a good home – before reeling off a list of requirements for women.
The imam, who was not named, added: ‘She should show him love and affection, she should express her full confidence and trust in her husband.
‘She must make herself available to her husband whenever he says ”I’m ready, I need you.”
‘She must be available unless you’ve got good excuse.’
He continued: ‘She should not admit anyone whom her husband dislikes to come in or stay in her house.
‘She must not put economic pressure on her husband, she must obey her husband.
‘The wife must not travel without the consent of her husband.’
Mehreen admitted she was shocked by the imam’s guidance, and said she didn’t agree with any of his points.
‘It is important to me to marry within my faith but will Muslim men want a wife like me with an independent streak and ambition?’ she said.
Mehreen revealed that her own modesty is often questioned by her followers on social media when she posts pictures of herself in trousers or wearing lots of makeup.
She said: ‘I get really positive support on my social media and stuff but a few times people will point a finger at me and tell me I’m a bad Muslim.
‘What are they going to pick on? They’re going to pick on the way I dress. If that’s the worst thing you can pick about me as a person and me as a Muslim I’m quite happy with that.’
Mehreen visit a Sharia Law council in Birmingham headed up by Dr Amra Bone, a lecturer in Islamic Studies, to find out more about the role of a Muslim wife.
Dr Bone insisted the Islamic principles are there to show Muslims how to treat people with respect and love, and not as tools to oppress wives.
She explained: ‘You have to look at the overall principle of Islamic teachings. Islam is not a ritual as people have made it out to be. Islamic teachings are there to guide both men and women to behave towards each other with respect and kindess [sic] and love.
‘How you understand that is did the prophet ever beat his wife? Never in his life. Say he is an example for you, the best example for you and he never hit a woman ever in his life.’