"There are two types of the people of Hell whom I have not yet seen: people with whips like the tails of cattle with which they strike the people, and women who are clothed yet naked, astray and leading others astray, with their heads like the humps of camels, leaning to one side. They will not enter Paradise nor even smell its fragrance, although it fragrance may be detected from such and such a distance.” Narrated by Muslim, 2128.
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Allah, the Almighty Wise, Creator of each and every soul, loves us more than 60 mothers. He forgives and there’s no limit to his mercy. While he would want us to live in heaven, He created angels, beings of light for praying for our forgiveness.
We do bigger sins. Sins unforgiveable, unforgettable. Some of us would deny Him.
Yet, He forgives.
Then who are we to avenge? Who are we to never forgive? Just beings. Imperfect little human beings.
A husband has complete sexual rights over his wife. “Your wives are your tilth; go then unto your tilth as you may desire” (3363). The same idea is also found in the QurAn (2:223). Another ”hadIs” in the same group tells the husband that “if he likes he may have intercourse being on the back or in front of her, but it should be through one hole” (3365), which means vagina only, as the commentators tell us. It is the duty of a wife to be responsive to all of her husband’s overtures. “When a woman spends the night away from the bed of her husband, the angels curse her until morning” (3366).
In return, a woman has her rights. She is entitled to a lawful maintenance (“nafaqah”); if the husband fails to provide it, she can seek a divorce. She is also entitled to a dowry (“mahr”), or what the QurAn in some verses (4:24, 33:50) calls her “hire” (“ujUrat”). She can claim it when divorced.
She is also to be consulted in the choice of her partner. “A woman who has been previously married (“Sayyib”) has more right to her person than her guardian. And a virgin should also be consulted, and her silence implies her consent” (3307). Theoretically, a Muslim woman is entitled to make the marriage contract herself, but in practice it is her nearest kinsman, the guardian (“walI”), who does it. The father and the grandfather are even called “compelling ”walIs”.” According to some schools, a minor girl given in marriage by a guardian other than her father or grandfather can seek dissolution of the marriage when she attains her majority.
“Coitus interruptus” is permitted, but it is useless if the object is to prevent conception, for that is in the hand of Allah. AbU Sirma reports: “We went out with Allah’s Messenger on the expedition…. and took some excellent Arab women; and we desired them … but we also desired ransom for them. So we decided to have sexual intercourse with them but by observing ’”azl”.” They consulted Muhammad, and he advised: “It does not matter if you do not do it, for every soul that is to be born up to the Day of Resurrection will be born” (3371).
Adultery and fornication are punished according to Muhammad’s law, but not if you commit them with the “women that your right hands possess,” that is, those women, whether married or unmarried, who are captured by the Muslims in ”jihAd”, or holy war. A QurAnic verse fortifies this position: “Also prohibited are women already married except those whom your right hands possess” (4:24).
“AhAdIs” 3432-3434 tell us that this verse descended on the Prophet for the benefit of his Companions. AbU Sa’Id reports that “at the Battle of Hunain Allah’s Messenger sent an army to AutAs…. Having overcome them [the enemies] and taken them captives, the Companions of Allah’s Messenger seemed to refrain from having intercourse with captive women because of their husbands being polytheists. Then, Allah, Most High. sent down [the above verse]” (3432).
The followers had a feeling of delicacy in the matter, based on an old moral code, but Allah now gave a new one.