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Outcry As Islamic Group Releases Video Instructing Muslim Men On How To Beat Their Wives

April 15. 2017

A still from the video of two women instructing Muslim men on how to beat their wives

The Islamic religious text known as the Koran (Quran) used by Muslims, contains verses that instruct men to beat their wives for disobedience, among other things. In the Quran, a woman is the possession of her father, then her husband in marriage and is deemed to have half the worth of a man. As stated on the site previously, in the Islamic city of Dubai, much like the rest of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) if a woman is raped, she is branded the provocateur, who caused the incident to happen and is sentenced to jail.

A Facebook group called "Women of Hizb ut-Tahrir" have released a controversial video through the social networking website, instructing men on how to beat their wives, in accordance with the Islamic text (Quran). Many are upset by the contents of the video, as it is an instructional manual on committing acts western law defines as abuse. The ways of the west and the Islamic lifestyle are not compatible or interchangeable. What is branded acceptable under Islamic/Shariah law, is deemed a criminal offense under western laws. It is two different worlds.

The Evening Standard newspaper in London wrote, "In the shocking Facebook video, posted by the Women of Hizb ut-Tahrir, Sydney primary school teacher Reem Allouche tells panellist Atika Latifiit it is okay to hit women with a stick as beating women is a “symbolic act.” The 30-minute discussion, filmed in Sydney, sparked a nationwide backlash. In the footage, the two Muslim women even go on to demonstrate how to use a stick to hit a woman. Other acceptable methods include fabric or a twisted scarf, the women say."

The Judiciary Report can understand the public outcry regarding the aforementioned video on how to beat women. This website has repeatedly maintained and promoted the same ideal, a part of a common thread, which is no one should be abused or mistreated. 

STORY SOURCE

Muslim women's demonstration of how their hubands can hit them causes public outcry in Australia

10 hours ago - A video demonstrating how Muslim men are allowed to hit their wives with sticks and pieces of fabric has sparked public outcry after it was released in Australia. In the shocking Facebook video, posted by the Women of Hizb ut-Tahrir, Sydney primary school teacher Reem Allouche tells panellist Atika Latifiit it is okay to hit women with a stick as beating women is a “symbolic act”.

The 30-minute discussion, filmed in Sydney, sparked a nationwide backlash. In the footage, the two Muslim women even go on to demonstrate how to use a stick to hit a woman. Other acceptable methods include fabric or a twisted scarf, the women say. The group has since apologised on Facebook, but claimed that the Muslim community must not “shy away” from controversial Islamic issues.

http://www.standard.co.uk

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