In what is considered as a totally unacceptable mentality, Muslim fundamentalist preacher in Australia named Nassim Abdi said that a wife’s refusal to get intimate with spouse is a ‘major sin’. In a generation where women are no less than men, this type of regressive statement is really unacceptable.
In an Auburn mosque, Nassim Abdi, a fundamentalist Sunni said “If the husband calls the wife to be intimate and there’s no legitimate reason for the woman to say no, then she must answer the call of her husband. She must answer the call of her husband and if not she has committed a major sin”.
He added “If the man calls the wife to bed and she refuses, the angels curse this woman and he sleeps with her whilst he’s angry, the angels curse her until she wakes up”.
Earlier Nassim Abdi slammed Muslim parents for playing music to their children on the car radio on the way to the mosque – and for letting kids DANCE at home:
Yes, he ordered parents shouldn’t let kids hear music and said “We have children who are drowning in the listening of music, day and night, to the extent where we have parents taking their children to learn the book of Allah, learning the Koran … but on the way there, and on the way back, the children are in the car listening to music”.
Regarding “refusing sex with husband” comment by the Islamic preacher, feminist Eva Cox condemned this as she said “Somebody needs to inform the preacher that he’s preaching something which is illegal. Preaching something which is illegal maybe should be banned. I’m sorry we’ve got these nutters”.
Macquarie University research professor Catharine Lumby said “That kind of speech should be investigated. I believe in freedom of speech but I believe in limits to freedom of speech where violence is being advocated. It is absolutely against the law in this country what he’s advocating. It’s a form of hate speech”.
She added “I would say it’s incitement to commit a criminal offence: if your wife doesn’t submit, then you still have the right to take her. That is a crime under Australian law. Shocking. The more I think about what this fundamentalist preacher said, in a way he’s advocating a form of domestic violence”.
What does the Indian Court say on this?
Recently, the High Court bench had said “It is incorrect to say that (physical) force is necessary for rape. It is not necessary to look for injuries in a rape. Today, the definition of rape is completely different”. So woman has the right to say no to sex to her husband.
This makes it clear that whatever the Australian Islamic preacher said is illegal even in India. Now the thing is will any of the pseudo feminists raise their voice against this kind of bizarre, regressive statements?
Source: Daily Mail