Religion of Peace Makes Beating Your Wife Cool Again
The Religion of Peace is really a fun, forward looking “faith.” They’re always doing something that is designed to endear them to Western culture. And darned if they haven’t done it again. In Pakistan.
Remember that Barack Obama is staying up nights pushing for unlimited Muslim immigration, so this is coming to America.
The top dude, or whatever he’s called, of the all-powerful Islamic council has decreed that it is legal for husbands to beat their wives. Lowly creatures that they consider women to be – they deserve it.
How do we know they deserve it? Well, it’s estimated that at least 70% of Pakistani women have been beaten by their observant Muslim husbands. Before and after prayer, never during.
The 30% who haven’t been beaten – or at least won’t admit it – are either liars or their husbands are wimps and should have a body part chopped off by the clerics.
The top guy who made this decree probably has Mohamad the pedophile prophet (MHRIH*) spinning in his grave. He said it was OK to beat your wife but “only lightly.”
The head of a powerful Islamic council is refusing to back down from a proposal that make it legal for husbands to “lightly beat” their wives in Pakistan, despite ridicule and revulsion including calls that maybe the clerics should stand for their own gentle smack down.
Speaking to reporters, the chairman of the Council of Islamic Ideology, Muhammad Kahn Sherani, said a “light beating” should be a last resort.
If all else fails, he added, “hit her with light things like handkerchief, a hat or a turban, but do not hit her on the face or private parts.”
The council, also known as the CII and made up of Islamic clerics and scholars who advise Pakistani legislators, said it was “un-Islamic” for women to leave an abusive relationship and seek refuge in a shelter. The CII strongly opposed Punjab’s law, and said it wanted to weigh in with its own proposal.
There’s apparently a whole ritual around this whacking your wife around.
“If you want her to mend her ways, you should first advise her. … If she refuses, stop talking to her … stop sharing a bed with her, and if things do not change, get a bit strict.”
Wow. It’s like a whole check list.
Oh, and as for the Religion of Peace being a “forward looking religion” they’re looking forward to returning to the 13th century.