Monday, February 25, 2013

Can 4 wives be satisfied by a Muslim man?


Can 4 wives be satisfied by a Muslim man?…

[Rameen] said:
I am one of three wives, and our husband satisfies all of us very well.
I believe, if Allah gives a man an ability to take care of many many women, then he may have as many wives as he can entertain, and I know I am lucky to call myself his wife.

[Nucleus] said to [Rameen]:
1. Do you know satisfaction is within you and cannot be given by others?
You can take a horse to the water, but you cannot make him drink. The bed will not give you sleep.

2. Can you ever satisfy desire? If you can, one time is enough and no need to repeat jig-jig.

3. As a subject (3rd wife) in his court, you cannot have choice and would parrot his opinion.

Therefore, the credibility of your comment is lost from it's base.

Are you a super-woman to tell us that you experience no trouble (example: jealous) with other women in his court? That also accounts to satisfaction.

If you get my point, you'll conclude that a Muslim man simply CANNOT satisfy any of his wives.

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@Lightning from the West,
How can Muslim boy's toy be huge, after cutting into pieces at circumcision?

Hypocrisy is that they do not and cannot practice what they say.
"he must provide exactly the same for both of them"
Sura 4:129
"And you will never be able to be equal [in feeling] between wives, even if you should strive [to do so]. So do not incline completely [toward one] and leave another hanging. And if you amend [your affairs] and fear Allah - then indeed, Allah is ever Forgiving and Merciful."

A husband may naturally favor some wives over another one, but he has the option of keeping or divorcing the undesirable wife. The all knowing knows it as well.

Allah is my subject. Therefore, I am free to judge.

@Joaquim Zorro,
" the stringent laws are too hard to comply by, and mostly avoided by 90% of the Muslims."

Is Quran a full package or half package for Muslims and can they challenge Allah to adjust the Quran to suit their circumstances?

Where is the answer to the question?


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