This good advice was given in 2003, according to The Times, but has only recently come to light. It came from the wise lips of one Samir Abu Hamza during a lecture in Sydney.
Now, Australia’s Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, has called on Hamza to apologise.
Hamza – who advised his all-male audience to “shape up” their wives by beating them – also ridiculed the law that prohibits marital rape. “Amazing. How can a person rape his wife?” he asked.
The lecture was called “The Keys to a Successful Marriage”. The Times tells us:
He added that if a husband demanded sex, his wife must respond immediately, even if she was in the middle of chores.
“If the husband was to ask her for a sexual relationship and she is preparing the bread on the stove she must leave it and come and respond to her husband,” he says in the sermon.
“In this country if the husband wants to sleep with his wife and she does not want to and she hasn’t got a sickness or whatever, there is nothing wrong with her she just does not feel like it, and he ends up sleeping with her by force . . . it is known to be as rape,” he adds. “Amazing, how can a person rape his wife?”
Amazing. How can a person without a brain give a lecture?
Rudd says violence against women is not acceptable – under any circumstances.
To be fair to what are called Muslim “leaders” in Australia, some of them have taken this shitbag to task, too.