AN INSIGHT ON BEAUTIFUL POLYGAMY IN ISLAM

What is Polygamy?

Polygamy is a way of life in a family as commanded by God. For Allah and Rasul, life as a family is polygamy. While monogamy is the last choice. To have one wife is meant only for the people who are too weak to be fair leaders. Polygamy is actually needed by both men and women.

Woman who loves God absolutely requires polygamy. This is because between the responsibility towards God and responsibility towards her husband, polygamy is the way for her to fulfill it. That is submission towards God, love with God and sacrifice for God will be most practical when our lifestyle is polygamy. Polygamy provides many great deal and wide opportunities for one to demonstrate that one’s life is only for the sake of God. Whoever prays in the real sense of the word will surely never miss this opportunity. This is because a prayer states that life is only for God.

Polygamy trains women to say:

God, the match whom You bestow upon me, this husband of mine, I am blessed to have him so that I can be more thankful to You. So, I will prove it to You, that a husband is a leader and a wife is an obedient follower. This leader who can lead more than one wife, I will share all the pleasures I receive from my husband and this household with another woman who also needs it. For the sake of obeying Your commands O Lord, so that my love for You is verified and also for the sake of getting Your acceptance O Lord. And so that the Prophet’s Sunnah is my Sunnah too. That is polygamy is helping woman to free herself from the nafs ammarah. That is polygamy is the most effective cure to obtain God’s love. The hardships in polygamy is indeed needed to cleanse the heart from the evil and filthy nafs. Whoever wishes to die as someone who brings along a protected heart, will certainly choose polygamy as a way of life. With regards to this protected heart, Allah has revealed in Al Quran, meaning:

” On that day ( Day of Reckoning ) wealth and children will not be of any use unless you bring along a protected heart.” ( As Syu’ara: 88-89 )

What do men need polygamy? Yes, it is for the men to say, ” For the sake of God, I will demonstrate that a man is capable of marrying 4 women, to lead them to God, to totally fulfill the love and care and their welfare, to provide many children and to make them feeling satisfied and contented with all these. With the condition that You care to be with me throughout my entire life, O Allah. O Lord, You are Most Just, please make me into a leader who is fair and just.”

God, whenever there exist a man and women who possess the hearts mentioned earlier, then they will be united in a marriage so that a harmonious and beautiful polygamy will take place as what You meant. Al Quran and Hadith will then be practiced as a way of life. Then, appear a live and moving Al Quran and Hadith, implementing an Islamic way of life. The Pillars of Faith and the Pillars of Islam become alive within the pillars of life of human. And it is the beginning of Islamic resurgence on God’s earth. Amin, O Allah.

ABUYA ASHAARI MUHAMMAD AT TAMIMI

 

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Fight For Sacred Sex Is Obligatory

MAKKAH: Madam Hatijah Aam, wife of the late Ashaari Muhammad, denied allegations from some parties that the publication of the book Islamic Sacred Sex was intended to challenge JAKIM, the missionary body and marriage training body for this nation.

She spoke with Buletin Rakyat, saying that the publication of the book Islamic Sacred Sex was due to the need to fulfill the responsibility in giving solutions to the problems of social degradation caused by the widespread practice of haram (illicit) sex. Global Ikhwan Sendirian Berhad (GISB) feels responsible with the many cases of abandon babies, other social problems involving the Muslim community lately.

“ Honestly, we deeply respect the role of JAKIM which continuously place Islam on its track. This includes holding courses for marriage and the like. However, with the publication of the book ISS, it was not meant to take over the responsibility and the role of specific parties but simply to put forward a useful view for the good of the Muslims too.

“Probably it is as an improvement for the currently available marriage courses to produce families which are blessed by Allah SWT both in this world and hereafter. For GISB, it is not wrong for us to share and compare our opinions instead of us giving the meaning of the publication of ISS which is obviously unbalanced,” she said. Continue reading

Satire’s Corner 2

Islamic Sacred Sex

A. Divorce rate: 70 divorce cases per day: quite worrying

B. Rate of abandon babies: for the last 2 years the numbers are reaching 200,000: definitely worrying

C. Those Jews feel jubilant with their success !

D. Do seek for solutions. So that people do not divorce and to have many lawful children.

E. Fight for sacred sex, that is husband and wives being given a bowl of ingredients which will increase their sexual desires to the extent that – they have it everyday.

F. When the wife is utterly satisfied, completely famished, when the husband needs more of it, well, do take another wife! Then, there will be many lawful children as there can be.

G. The ingredients are available in the spiritual world, in the hands of Prophet Muhammad. Whoever recite the salawat as much as possible, he / she will receive the ingredients, a package from the Final Prophet.

Signs of the beginning of Islamic Rule : Christian leaders talk about marriage and sex

(Christianity are being transformed to be Islam with Prophet Isa a.s.)

VINCENT YU/AP - Rick Warren, Tim Keller and a number of other prominent Christian leaders are promoting the joys of married sex to a culture largely averse to traditional approaches to marriage and sexuality.

From Washington Post’s : Christian leaders talk about marriage and sex

Last week, Rick Warren sent this message to the nearly 500,000 people who follow him on Twitter: “Husbands & wives should satisfy each other’s sexual needs. 1 Cor 7:3.”

His Twitter feed lit up with amens and retweets. “Oh gosh,” exclaimed one follower.

Evangelical Christians want to talk about sex. And not in the same old punitive way. They want to talk about hot sex — as long as it’s between a man and a woman who are husband and wife. That Warren, perhaps the nation’s most prominent evangelical pastor, would take up the cause only shows how much it matters to the people who listen to him.
Warren has a huggy-bear personal style that sometimes drifts toward over-sharing, and in another tweet he recently wrote: “Sex with 1 wife for Life ISNT like playing 1 record over&over but learning 1 instrument well for yrs of beautiful music!” (I can almost see his wife, Kay, far more restrained and private than her husband, blushing.)

This sexual revolution is the inevitable result of a younger Christian generation rejecting outright the prudish “don’t do it because I said so” approach to sex and social morality of their grandfathers. According to a recent article in Christian magazine Relevant, 80 percent of self-identified Christians have sex before marriage, compared with 88 percent of the general population. According to “UnChristian,” a 2008 book by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons, 44 percent of born-again Christians ages 23 to 41 believe sex outside marriage is morally acceptable, compared with 23 percent of those who are older. Divorce rates among evangelicals are the same as those in the population at large.

Lisa Miller : I have heard Warren on marriage and think he is convincing. He has a "warts and all" approach to talking about marriage that is both warm and realistic. He once said to me, "Before marriage, opposites attract. After marriage, opposites attack." In other words, he doesn't sentimentalize marriage nor do he and Kay act as though they have any perfect arrangement. I think his discourses on marriage are one of his great strengths.

The model Christian marriage, moreover, has traditionally been one in which the wife bows to the will of her husband the way a Christian does to God, but many evangelical women are in the midst of their own liberation movement. They are reinterpreting Scriptural verses requiring them to “submit” and “obey,” and they’re no longer content to “be known as the quiet, meek, pathetic group that doesn’t get to experience twenty-first century freedom,” as Jonalyn Fincher writes in the afterword to “UnChristian.”

By the same token, the sexual satisfaction of Christian women historically has not been of high importance. Even today, the Focus on the Family Web site includes categories such as “Understanding Your Husband’s Sexual Needs” and “When Your Husband Isn’t Interested in Sex.”

The new sex talk is a way, then, of meeting Christians where they are. With explicit descriptions of the ecstasies of the married state, Christian leaders hope to persuade a younger generation that what they call “Biblical marriage” — a faithful, monogamous, heterosexual union before God — is relevant and valuable in the modern world. To be blunt: They hope the promise of hot sex will keep young people from drifting away from church. Their worries are not unfounded. The number of young people who say they’re “unaffiliated” with any religious tradition stands at 31 percent, the fastest growing religious cohort in the country.

Now Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City has entered the conversation. He devotes the last chapter of his new book, “The Meaning of Marriage,” (written with his wife, Kathy) to sex. Keller, who ministers mainly to single professionals in Manhattan, provides readers with general (hot) guidelines on married sex, such as:

“Each partner in a marriage is to be most concerned not with getting sexual pleasure but with giving it. . . . The greatest sexual pleasure should be the pleasure of seeing your spouse getting pleasure.”

The couple also confesses, in an intimate way, to their early marital struggles with sex. “We came to realize,” Kathy writes, “that orgasm is great, especially climaxing together. But the awe, the wonder, the safety, and the joy of just being one is stirring even without that. And when we stopped trying to perform . . . things started to move ahead.”

In church, Keller is an intimidating force, an intellectually demanding Calvinist who preaches frequently on sin. Passages like these compel you to imagine him at his most vulnerable. Is it uncomfortable? Yes. Do Keller, and Warren, and others fall short by failing to include gays and lesbians in their vision of married love? Yes. But with their clinical frankness, these leaders are giving real sex to Christians the way “The Joy of Sex” gave it to the masses back in 1972

O The one who is reading,

We are extremely astonished to know about the revolution in Christianity, bringing transformation in  the sacred marriage institution.

Yes, it is true, the Jews mutilate the religion in the name of religion. Towards Islam, it is even worse, nevertheless it was really unexpected to know that there are a group of Christians who are fighting so that sex is cleansed again in the name of Christianity.

If the universe has really changed itself this way on the command of its Owner that is the Messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad PBUH, certainly one day will come to prove that Prophet Isa descends back to earth, to authenticate the government of Imam Mahdi on earth at that moment and he will call upon all Christians followers so that they will convert to Islam. Then, because of his truth which is very obvious, all Christian followers become believers of Islam.

O Allah, O The Power of administration of the universe, who delegates it upon Prophet Muhammad PBUH, if that is the truth, please fulfill what You promised, beginning from this Hijrah year of 1433. Ameen.