Obedient Wives, Islam & Group Sex

Before I start, let me say that I’m uncomfortable talking about another persons religion, so I’ll make this post quick and short.

The Obedient Wives Club (OWC) has, in it’s very own way made Malaysia world famous. They have asked wives to serve their husbands like first class prostitutes and promote group sex among husband and wives.

Group sex anyone? Photo by ideagrove.com

They claim to be Islamic in nature.

The funny thing is, a few Muslims I know say that ‘group sex’, even within husband and wives isn’t allowed in Islam, or in our Malaysian way of saying “HAAAARAAAAAAAMMMMM!!!!!

As a non-Muslim, I wasn’t convinced, and so I did some ‘Googling’.
The amount of answers on Yahoo Answer says it’s HARAM/WRONG/SICK.  Now, don’t get me started on the part where they asked wives to be like first class prostitutes.  It’s degrading, shameful and a complete bad taste of words.

Now, here’s another interesting point.  My friends which I did ask, never claimed to be pious, nor showed that they are.  However, if asked, they will explain in detail about their religion, while being carefully not to offend myself, and the rest of the non-Muslims around listening.  You don’t hear them putting other religion down.  I have huge respect for these type of people, and I firmly believe they are the ones which can make the world much better.  On that note, I wonder why a group such as the OWC can ask wives to perform something deemed wrong in a religion they claim to represent, and even better, why on earth are they ‘legal’?

Correct me if I am wrong, but they seem to be highlighting so much on sex in a marriage.  Is sex key towards a happy married life? I’m not married, so I can’t say… but I have a good feeling it isn’t.  However, if you feel otherwise, please enlighten me =)

Last but not least, to be completely honest, I find that one of most annoying yet insensitive question one can ask is the : “So when are you going to embrace Islam?“.  I bet, if I were to ask the same question (‘So when are you going to be a Christian?’) to a Muslim, they’d be equally annoyed.  If your religion is good enough, you do not have to ask because one will follow your faith after you have set a good example.  Asking such a question to another person of another faith, regardless of what religion you belong to is most certainly not giving that good example.

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