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As you may know, WoJ is a treasure trove of information, and you can get yourself Â a gut-full of Â this stuff anytime you come along for a ride. Â How’s this for starters:
“Ghazali, in his book, Ihya’ Ulum al-Din (Revival of Religious Learnings) writes that prayer, a big family and poverty will ensure Paradise (al-Ghazali, 1993, p. 2.28).”
More on Ghazali, from Abul Kasem:
The most appalling narration of Ghazali’s declaration of absolute superiority of men over women is written in this fashion:
“Prophet said – if husband would be covered with pus from head to toe, and wife would lick it, even then wife’s gratitude to husband wouldn’t be fulfilled.”
Your sexual intercourse with your wife is an act of charity. If you throw your semen in lawful things (inside a vagina), you will get rewards. (p.1.236)
The readers should note that the above translated passage of Ihya Ulum Al-Din is from the Bengali translation of the famous book of Ghazali.(Reference: Ehiya Ulum Al Deen Vol 2 / 9 page 311, Bangla: Translated by :- M. N. M. Imdadullah MMBA (Hons), MA, Publisher – Bangladesh Taj company Ltd. 8 Parydas Road Dhaka 1100).
Please note that the English version of this grand book of Islam has cleverly discarded similar passages quoted (from the Bengali translation) above. In fact, the English translator writes that he has omitted certain passages which are not relevant today. Here are a few gems (summarized) from the English translation of Ihya Ulum Al?Din. Please note that the English version is in four volumes.
Muhammad said: A prison in the corner of a house is better than a childless woman. (p.2.24)
An ugly woman with children is better than a beautiful woman without children (p.2.24)
If it be known that a woman is barren, do not marry her: marry lovely and child bearing women. (p.2.32)
A good woman is one who is married early at her age, who gives birth to a child without delay and who demands a small dower. (p.2.32)”
There’s heaps more, here: Â Muslim Woman