How Women should be beaten? UK Islamic charity advises

How Women should be beaten? UK Islamic charity advises

UK: Islamic charity advises on when and how women should be beaten

The Qur’an teaches that men are superior to women and should beat those from whom they “fear disobedience”: “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’s child bride, Aisha, says in a hadith that 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?’” — Sahih Muslim 2127

Another hadith states: “Rifa`a divorced his wife whereupon `AbdurRahman bin Az-Zubair Al-Qurazi married her. `Aisha said that the lady (came), wearing a green veil (and complained to her (Aisha) of her husband and showed her a green spot on her skin caused by beating). It was the habit of ladies to support each other, so when Allah’s messenger came, Aisha said, ‘I have not seen any woman suffering as much as the believing women. Look! Her skin is greener than her clothes!’” — Sahih Bukhari 7.77.5825

“Islamic charity advises on when and how to beat women,” National Secular Society, January 10, 2022 :
  • The National Secular Society has reported an Islamic charity whose website condones violence against women to the regulator.
  • The NSS reported Utrujj Foundation to the Charity Commission after finding an article on its website that says that a man “has the permission to ‘strike'” his wife as part of “a process to salvage a marriage”.
  • The article, entitled “Can a man beat his wife in Islam?”, is written by Haytham Tamim, the “founder and main teacher” of Utrujj and one of the charity’s trustees. It says it is guidance for “the person in charge of the relationship [on] how to resolve issues when the relationship is going wrong”.
  • In a section entitled “When is it permissible”, the article says the “right to beat” wives is “part of a process” if a wife is “undermining her husband’s authority”.
  • In another section entitled “What constitutes a strike”, the article says daraba (striking) is connected to nushuz (arrogance). It says an example of nushuz is when “the wife is troublesome, causing issues” and the husband suspects she is “talking to someone behind his back or receiving someone in his home without his permission”.
  • It says the strike “must not leave a mark” and “must not be on the face”.
  • Elsewhere, it implies hitting one’s wife is “an act of loyalty and love”….
Courtesy: J-WATCH

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