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Muslim teacher shows CORRECT way to beat wife — with a stick: husband’s violence towards his wife is a ‘beautiful blessing’

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Add this to the scores of videos, sermons and Islamic exhorations published here at GR from imams, Islamic preachers, sheikhs, et al, explaining the Islamic way, the proper way, to beat your wife.

The mandate to beat one’s wife is in the Qur’an:

“Men have authority over women because Allah has made the one superior to the other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them. Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because Allah has guarded them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them.” — Qur’an 4:34

Muhammad “struck me on the chest which caused me pain, and then said: Did you think that Allah and His Apostle would deal unjustly with you?” — Aisha (Sahih Muslim 2127)

The pseudo feminists remain silent — of course.

Sick moment Muslim teacher demonstrates how a man should BEAT women with a stick – as Islamic group says a husband’s violence towards his wife is a ‘beautiful blessing’

  • Women from radical Muslim group say it is fine for husbands to beat their wives
  • School teacher Reem Allouche demonstrated how to hit women with a stick
  • Fellow panellist at the Sydney meeting, Atika Latifi, said violence was a ‘blessing’
  • Women add that cheating wives can be beaten, but not those who refuse to cook

By Ollie Gillman For Daily Mail Australia, 13 April 2017:

Muslim men are allowed to hit their wives if they disobey them and domestic violence is a ‘beautiful blessing’, according to the women’s branch of a radical Islamic group.

Sydney primary school teacher Reem Allouche told the women’s arm of hardline political group Hizb ut-Tahrir that men are permitted to hit women with sticks.

During the 30-minute discussion at a meeting in Sydney‘s west, Ms Allouche and fellow panellist Atika Latifi – who are both wearing headscarves – describe how beating women is a ‘symbolic act’.

At one point they even demonstrated how to use a small stick called a ‘sivaak’ to hit ‘disobedient’ women.

In a video of the debate, which has been posted on Facebook, Ms Allouche says men should use the sivaak to punish their wives.

She then uses one of the sticks to hit Ms Latifi while the pair laugh.

Other permissible methods to punish women involve using a twisted scarf or piece of fabric, the women say.

Ms Allouche says the act is ‘symbolic’, while Ms Latifi claims it’s ‘a beautiful blessing’.


Muslim men are allowed to hit their wives if they disobey them and domestic violence is a ‘beautiful blessing’, according to the women’s branch of a radical Islamic group

In a video of the debate, which has been posted on Facebook, Ms Allouche says men should use the sivaak to punish their wives.

She then uses one of the sticks to hit Ms Latifi while the pair laugh.

Other permissible methods to punish women involve using a twisted scarf or piece of fabric, the women say.

Ms Allouche says the act is ‘symbolic’, while Ms Latifi claims it’s ‘a beautiful blessing’.

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