Obedient Wives Club
November 4, 2011 by staff
Obedient Wives Club, Controversy plagued Malaysia obedient Wives Club said it will comply with the government’s decision to ban the recently published guide sex. The club president Fauziah Ariffin, said the ban has generated more interest in the book.
The club is part of the Global Ikhwan, a branch of Al Arqam, a deviant sect banned in Malaysia.
Fauziah believe that most Muslim women only meet 10 percent of her husband’s sexual needs due to ignorance. The club has recently published a book entitled “Islamic Sex,” and states that it has successfully resolved many sexual problems Muslim couples.
She said: “We want to promote a legal sex between husband and wife, who is holy … I have an angel at home, she is your wife, but when you say” angel “who do not understand what the. Model of an angel, but when you tell them a first-class prostitute, immediately get the idea. ”
The book claims that more than 1,000 techniques to satisfy men, but it seems short on details. And despite reports by Western media as saying that the book promotes sex in group, only a discussion of how a man can have spiritual sex with four wives at the same time is in the book.
Thousands of copies of the pocket sex guide were distributed to members obedient Wives Club in recent weeks. The religious affairs authority found in the teachings contained within to be un-Islamic. Anyone found in possession of the book can be fined up to U.S. and 1600, authorities said.
However, the club president remains unfazed. Some members of the club spoke to Channel NewsAsia said they have found useful.
Mohd Marzuki Norhafiza, a teacher, said: “If the wife is very good in bed, which protects the husband to see all the bad things.”
Rozita Supandi, a motivator of Global Ikhwan, said: “This is shameful for those who teach and those who receive, but it is the will of God that has to be taught is not viewing prnography or sensational material, but. .. is teaching techniques on how men like to be caressed, like to be treated, and so on. ”
The obedient wives club has over 2,000 members in Malaysia. Headquartered in Mecca, which has members in over 14 countries, including Australia, France, UK, Indonesia and Singapore.
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