Saturday, June 05, 2010

New Fatwa Calls on Men to Drink Women's Breast-Milk

Ramond Ibrahim is associate of the Middle Eat Forum and the author of the article "New Fatwa Calls on Men to Drink Women's Breast-Milk". (Ibrhaim, June 2010).
The article he wrote address the issues in regards to Islam's prophet Muhammad recommends rida' al'kabir which is an arabic word that means adult-breastfeeding is making headlines again, three years to the date this article was written. Three years ago May 22, 2007, an Egyptian scholar, Dr. Izzat Attiyah issued a fatwa calling upon women to breastfeed their male colleagues. The reason the Egyptian scholar recommended adult breastfeeding was to get around the strict religious ban on mixing between unrelated men and women.
Sheikh-al-Abaican backs up Dr. Izzat's position that the man must be breastfed by modernising by not drinking directly from the source. The reason the man should take the men will become a relative of the family and will permit him to contact with women without breaking Islam's rules about mixing with the opposite sex.
The questions is is where do all these "adult breastfeeding" ideas originate? (Ibrahim, 2010). According do to the Muhammad canoncial hadith explains to a woman what do about a non-relative boy that was living with her and her spouse when he enters to manhood. The recommendation from the hadith to the woman in regards to the non-relative boy is stilling living with them into manhood should be adult breast fed to prevent the huband not to be upset for him viewing his unveiled wife. According to the hadith the husband was not upset to the act of breastfeeding for this non-relative man became a kinsman. Muhammad's favorite wife Aisha frequently relied on this practice in meeting with non-related males.
The importance of the breastfeeding business has to do with quality and the intrusive nature of Sharia law. Muslim cannot escape adult breastfeeding simply because it contained in Islam's most canoncal hadith. To reject this hadith is to reject the methodology of Sharia law.
The real problem is in the year of 2010 if Muslims still feel compelled to be true to "adult breastfeeding," simply because 7th centruy Muhammad said so will wholeheartedly embark their prophet's thoroughly documented and unequivocal words that concern the infidel...(Ibrahim, 2010). The issue about adult breastfeeding is embarrassing for Muslims and places their women in a difficult position and this topic is on the top ten bizarre fatwas. The question is why is adult breastfeeding a relevant issue among Muslims? Muslims have to come to grips with adult breastfeeding because Muhammad said so.
Muhammad warned Muslims stating, "Because you have forsaken jihad, taking hold of cows' tails and dealing in merchandise, Allah has adorned you with shame and you will never be able to shake it off yourselves until you repent to Allah and return to your original positions [as jihadists on the offensive]," The Al Qaeda Reader, p.162 (Ibrahim, 2010).
In closing, the mentality of Muslims in regards to adult breastfeeding due to the advice of Muhamad is sold on the prophet's constant incitements for war and conquest... (Ibrahim, 2010). "Living n an era where the Muslim world is significantly weaker vis'a'vis the infidel world, and so currently incapable of living up to such bellicose commandment, one may overlook this fact" (Ibrahim, 2010). However the intentions are clearly there and interesting that in the 21st century, Muslims are debating over the absurdity of "adult breastfeeding" (Ibrahim, 2010).

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