Monday, June 29, 2020

Muslim cleric on TV Guide men how to physically abuse their wives

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In comments translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute, from an interview of Iraqi cleric Ahmad Al-Qubeisi, which aired on Dubai TV and guide Muslim men to physically abuse their wives.
As you can see in the video below he says: "The beatings are meant to discipline, not to torture. In other words, the beatings are meant to humiliate the wife a little. Woman are greatly revered."
Islam includes many rigid rules of modesty that apply only to women. According to Sharia law If a woman does not satisfy her husband or violates the laws of Islam , the husband has the right to beat her.
In most countries that practice Sharia law under the Male guardianship policy, women are not allowed to get a job, education, or even leave the house or receive medical treatment without the approval of the male guardian (father, husband, brother or uncle).