And also this included making the homely household without their permission or refusing him intercourse.

And also this included making the homely household without their permission or refusing him intercourse.

KUALA LUMPUR: A survey by women’s team Sisters In Islam (SIS) reveals that conservative thinking remain common among Muslim women within the nation even though there was some progress when it comes to demanding better equality.

The study, en titled “Perceptions and Realities: the general public and Personal Rights of Muslims in Malaysia”, unveiled that 97% of females consented which they must obey their husbands and therefore a woman’s obedience defines her being a “good wife”.

“This uncompromising responsibility to obey one’s husband has resulted in numerous circumstances where spouses never have taken into account damage or injustices which may be devoted to them,” SIS stated.

About 21% of this 675 participants thought that a spouse can hit their partner, citing the concept of “nusyuz”, or refusing to obey a husband’s wants or commands.

SIS, nonetheless, stated that striking the spouse goes straight up against the concepts associated with the Quran, noting that Prophet Muhammad “never hit their spouse under any circumstances”. Continue reading “And also this included making the homely household without their permission or refusing him intercourse.”