Three Quran Verses Every Woman Should Know (David Wood)

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  1. θ says:

    This should be a fun to explain the matters a lot.
    Firstly, actually Qur’an Q.2, v.223 is a great boon of freedom and sexual pleasures for Moslem wives, which is a straight rebuttal against a practice of Jewish sexual “taboo” at that time: that any Jewish woman is forbidden – with a Rabbinical superstitious belief – to enjoy certain sexual position, even with a silly consequence how any newly born child from a mother who daringly enjoys a “doggy style” will be born physically defective.

    Q.2, v.223 is a female liberation in sexual sense, there’s no taboo any longer, she can enjoy doggy style and other non-conventional positions (except in the buttock).

    Next, Qur’an Q.2, v.282 actually opens an option to make the witnesses equal between a man and a woman, as it is stated further in the last part of verse “But take witnesses whenever you make a commercial contract”.
    Two women are also allowed to be counted as the “fair witnesses” for other worldly cases, in Q.65, v.2 and Q.4, v.6.
    Option of having 2 women and 1 man for witnessing one “Loan agreement” in early part of verse Qur’an Q.2, v.282 is given for specific context of one particular person (man or woman) whose family has intellectual deficiency or illiterate.

    Now, about Qur’an Q.4, v.34, it actually gives a burden for the hubby to perform a lot of familial service for his wives, from duty of providing foods daily, clothing, housing, to the maidservants of slaves for daily household chores.
    Q.4, v.34 makes the Moslem wife a “queen” of her house.
    Wife’s sole duty for her hubby (in accordance to her “Aqad” of marriage) is just her sexual service on bed.
    It is nearly impossible for a hubby to beat her wife in Islam because the term of “Nushuz” would eventually need the court to confirm.
    Why?
    Because by choosing to separate her from himself regarding the activity on bed in daily matter, it can be considered as a blatant act of “Nushuz” by the hubby, and she has an Islamic right to call the Islamic court for examination, per Q.4, v.35.

    So, Q.4, v.34 can turn to be a classic legal case of the unavoidable feud “her Nushuz vs. his Nushuz” in accordance to Q.4, v.35.

  2. θ says:

    This should be a fun to explain the matters a lot.
    Firstly, actually Qur’an Q.2, v.223 is a great boon of freedom and sexual pleasures for Moslem wives, which is a straight rebuttal against a practice of Jewish sexual “taboo” at that time: that any Jewish woman is forbidden – with a Rabbinical superstitious belief – to enjoy certain sexual position, even with a silly consequence how any newly born child from a mother who daringly enjoys a “doggy style” will be born physically defective.

    Q.2, v.223 is a female liberation in sexual sense, there’s no taboo any longer, she can enjoy doggy style and other non-conventional positions (except in the buttock).

    Next, Qur’an Q.2, v.282 actually opens an option to make the witnesses equal between a man and a woman, as it is stated further in the last part of verse “But take witnesses whenever you make a commercial contract”.
    Two women are also allowed to be counted as the “fair witnesses” for other worldly cases, in Q.65, v.2 and Q.4, v.6.
    Option of having 2 women and 1 man for witnessing one “Loan agreement” in early part of verse Qur’an Q.2, v.282 is given for specific context of one particular person (man or woman) whose family has intellectual deficiency or illiterate.

    Now, about Qur’an Q.4, v.34, it actually gives a burden for the hubby to perform a lot of familial service for his wives, from duty of providing foods daily, clothing, housing, to the maidservants, or the hired workers, or slaves for daily household chores.

    Fascinatingly, Q.4, v.34 makes the Moslem wife a “queen” of her house.

    Wife’s sole duty for her hubby (in accordance to her “Aqad” of marriage) is just her sexual service on bed.

    Now about beating.
    It is nearly impossible for a Moslem hubby to have a chance to beat his wife in Islam because the Qur’anic term of “Nushuz” would eventually need the court to confirm.
    Why?
    Because by choosing to separate her from himself regarding the activity on bed in daily matter, it can be considered as a blatant act of “Nushuz” by the hubby, and she has an Islamic right to call the Islamic court for examination, per Q.4, v.35.

    So, Q.4, v.34 can turn to be a classic legal case of the unavoidable feud “her Nushuz vs. his Nushuz” in accordance to Q.4, v.35.

  3. السلفية says:

    That’s kinda game changer. It changes the old perspectives.

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