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Marriage In Islam

Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools
in response to reader comment: no, I am right

Submitted by Richard Reed (United States), Mar 31, 2008 at 20:10

Yes, In Islam a man is allowed to marry up to 4 women in one single time, and all to dwell with him, as wives.No women even combined have any saying on what, where, why other than the man. Also, in court man rules, and women should not speak because her witness is invalid.

Also, the Kuran encourages Muslim man to retain 250 more women at one single time for "Motaa", Pleasure with them. And please when you are reading this book make sure it is not edited for the non-Arab speaking readers, because they always try to sugar coat it for your advocacy.

Muhammad married 40 women at one time. His last wife was named by him Aisha(The survivor) She was 9 years when he was dazzled by her unique beauty. Her family were killed and the girl WAS FORCED FOR MARRIGE TO HIM. Muhammad consumed her when she just had her first period. Histroy was fair upon her, becuase he died on her lap, a death caused by high fever due to a sword infliction by Roman soldier while the latter was trying to enlarge his domain of power against the Roman Christian small kingdoms.


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