16.12.2012   23:56   Leserkommentare (0)*

People Who Are Obsessed With Sex

As for Muslims, you be the judge. In 2012, the head of the Moroccan Association for Jurisprudence Research issued a fatwa allowing Muslim men to have sex with their just-deceased wives under the pretext that nothing in Islam prohibits sex with corpses, while Egyptian Salafists demanded the legalization of Islamic “sex-slave” marriages. Egyptian preacher Mustafa al-Adawi issued a religious edict prohibiting Muslim women from wearing high heels in public. Also in Egypt, Saad el Azhari Azhari objected to sex trafficking laws, saying they could conflict with the culture of marrying girls whenever they hit puberty. On fatwa websites, sex and sexuality are often primary concerns. “There’s no opposition to a husband sucking his wife’s breasts,” declares Kuwaiti cleric Ahmed al-Kurdi at islamic-fatwa.com. “But he should avoid drinking her milk.” At fatwa-online.com, the Saudi scholar Ibn Uthaymin green-lighted a woman who had inquired about phone sex with her oft-traveling husband, though he noted that “It is befitting upon them both that they are careful no one listens to their speech or spies upon them.” On another site, we read that “a married couple may engage in oral sex as long as no semen is swallowed.” Everything is discussed in detail, from French kissing and sodomy to riding bicycles, breastfeeding your work colleague and using a laser to remove your pubic hair. It all makes you think: How could Allah—for those who believe in him—have time for such trivial matters, with everything that is going on in the world? https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/commentaryanalysis/all_day_they_dream_about_sex

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