“Your wives are a tilth unto you; so go to your tilth when or how you will.” ( Koran: 2.223).
Like the Tundra Tabloids has mentioned many times before: “ Here’s a tip on how to understand the Koran: On earth, you’re allah’s personal slave with the expressed mission to seek the subjugation of every living infidel, if they resist, kill them, if they submit, convert them or make them pay the jizya. Islamic marriage is rape, and in the after life heaven is a brothel, filled with every carnal desire imaginable, with hell being allah’s own personal torture chamber.” That’s all you need to know when reading the following story. KGS
- Saudi Government Official says his mother forced him to rape his 12-year-old bride (Bare Naked ISlam)
Report finds imams sanctioning marital rape,… (Sheik yer Mami)
A senior Muslim cleric who runs the country’s largest network of sharia courts has sparked controversy by claiming that there is no such thing as rape within marriage.
Sheikh Maulana Abu Sayeed, president of the Islamic Sharia Council in Britain, said that men who rape their wives should not be prosecuted because “sex is part of marriage”. And he claimed that many married women who alleged rape were lying.
His comments have angered senior police officers, who say that such statements undermine the work they do to encourage women to report rape, a notoriously under-reported crime.
Sheikh Sayeed made the comments in an interview with the blog The Samosa, before reiterating them later when contacted by The Independent.
He told the website: “Clearly there cannot be any rape within the marriage. Maybe aggression, maybe indecent activity… Because when they got married, the understanding was that sexual intercourse was part of the marriage, so there cannot be anything against sex in marriage. Of course, if it happened without her desire, that is no good, that is not desirable.”
Later he told this newspaper: “In Islamic sharia, rape is adultery by force. So long as the woman is his wife, it cannot be termed as rape. It is reprehensible, but we do not call it rape.”
British law was changed in 1991, making rape within marriage illegal.