Friday, August 03, 2018

In Sydney, Australia, Shiite Scholar Taleb Khozaei Says Wife Must Not Leave Home Without Husband's Permission, Must Always Be Available for Sex


IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, SHIITE SCHOLAR TALEB KHOZAEI SAYS WIFE MUST NOT LEAVE HOME WITHOUT HUSBAND'S PERMISSION, MUST ALWAYS BE AVAILABLE FOR SEX

May 31, 2017 to June 08, 2017

Throughout the month of Ramadhan, Shiite Iraqi scholar Taleb Khozaei delivered lectures at the Hussainayet Ale Yassin Mosque in Sydney, Australia on the duties of the wife toward her husband. In a May 31 sermon, he said that "one of the most important duties of women is to obey their husbands" and that she must obtain his permission to step out of her home or to use his money. In a June 8 sermon, Khozaei said, citing a hadith of the Prophet Muhammad, that the wife must make herself available for sex with her husband whenever he wants, "even if she is riding a camel," and that "one of the goals of marriage is to rein in the [husband's] sexual urges." The sermons were posted on the mosque's YouTube channel.

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