Saturday, April 28, 2012

Revised-Necrophilia Prohibition to be Lifted in Egypt?

Added 5/1/2012-
When I wrote this post, I could not be sure if the  Al Arabia article was real or if it was just a hoax.
Raymond Ibrahim to the rescue!
Not only is it true, but Raymond provides the background for this is the Haddiths, which are the sayings and accounts of Mohamed.
With Mohammed having sex (raping) his nine year-old bride, telling men that they have to go through some sort of breastfeeding motion with an adult woman in order to be allowed to be in her presence without her husband being present, and having sex with corpses, no wonder the Left extols the virtues of Islam - it's a huge sex-fest of all varieties.

Read it all here:

Original post below:

This Arab Spring just gets better every day.

To be honest, I don't even know if this article is true or a hoax.

From an Al Arabia article. (Link above):

"Egypt’s National Council for Women (NCW) has appealed to the Islamist-dominated parliament not to approve two controversial laws on the minimum age of marriage and allowing a husband to have sex with his dead wife within six hours of her death according to a report in an Egyptian newspaper.

She was referring to two laws: one that would legalize the marriage of girls starting from the age of 14 and the other that permits a husband to have sex with his dead wife within the six hours following her death."

OK, the latter is beyond bizarre. Ironically, according to the ancient Historian Herodotus, the ancient (Pre-Muslim) Egyptians specifically required that a dead woman's body be held by the family prior to embalming for (I think it was) three days after her death. The Greek Father of history states that the reason for this was to avoid this type of thing occurring in the first place. Of course, the ancient Egyptian prohibition was put into place to prevent the embalmers themselves from engaging in this sick act, but Herodotus does not mention if the husbands too were to concentrate on grieving and not perverse acts.  If this story is accurate, we find yet another instance of what Islam must consider to be an improvement of the culture of a conquered nation.  

As far as the former goes, why 14? Mohamed, who is considered to be, of all men, the supreme example of good conduct, married Aisha when she was six and consummated the marriage when the victim was nine. That story, from the Haddiths (Sayings and accounts of the prophet), is itself only one example of why I hold that Mohammad was a cult leader. Her father, Abu-Bakr, was a close friend of Mohamed and his right hand man in warfare. Their relationship, in Islamic culture, was supposed to like that of brothers. Upon being asked for the hand of his six-year old daughter in marriage, Abu-Bakr tries to dissuade Mohamed by stating that they are brothers. Mohammad answers in manner that is consistent with that of a cult leader to a follower:

"Sahih Bukhari 7.18
Narrated 'Ursa:
The Prophet asked Abu Bakr for 'Aisha's hand in marriage. Abu Bakr said "But I am your brother." The Prophet said, "You are my brother in Allah's religion and His Book, but she (Aisha) is lawful for me to marry.' "

I hold that the very fact that Abu-Bakr not only acquiesced to this but also did not physically attack Mohamed is the clearest example we have that Mohamed had an incredible amount of psychological control over his followers.

"The controversy about a husband having sex with his dead wife came about after a Moroccan cleric spoke about the issue in May 2011.

Zamzami Abdul Bari said that marriage remains valid even after death adding that a woman also too had the same right to engage in sex with her dead husband. " [Italics mine]

At the risk of having the pervert label thrown at me, I would still have to state that the converse would be a very rare thing indeed.

"But it seems his view on partners having sex with their deceased partners has found its way to Egypt one year on.

Egyptian prominent journalist and TV anchor Jaber al-Qarmouty on Tuesday referred to Abdul Samea’s article in his daily show on Egyptian ON TV and criticized the whole notion of “permitting a husband to have sex with his wife after her death under a so-called ‘Farewell Intercourse’ draft law.”

“This is very serious. Could the panel that will draft the Egyptian constitution possibly discuss such issues? Did Abdul Samea see by his own eyes the text of the message sent by Talawi to Katatni? This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner?' "

Unfortunately, I think that the voices of reason in Egypt will be either silenced or beaten down. Our Leftist media could not get enough of swooning over the protests that brought down Mubarak's regime. Those who saw an Islamic State in the works were ignored. Expect more lunacy down the road.

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