The favorite hate-preacher of Theresa May, Home Secretary of Great Britain, who was free to enter Britain while theologian Robert Spencer and human rights activist Pamela Geller was barred entry, wants women to be enslaved and offered for rape by Syrian forces.
A Wahhabi religious cleric in Saudi Arabia, Muhammed al-Arifi, who is very influential in Jihadi circles, has recently issued a fatwa (religious edict) that permits all Jihadist militants in Syria to engage in short-lived marriages with Syrian women that each lasts for a few hours in order to satisfy their sexual desires and boost their determination in killing Syrians. He called the marriage as ‘intercourse marriage’. It requires that the Syrian female be at least 14 years old, widowed, or divorced. This is basically a fatwa to rape women and girls.
Now perhaps someone can answer this puzzle: if gay relations are more common and more frequent in Muslim society than heterosexual relations, why doesn’t the Sheikh himself, Muhammed al-Arifi, commit jihad and become a ‘bottom’ for the terrorist troops in Syria? Why enslave thousands of poor women who cannot defend themselves and who the men don’t prefer anyways?
Prominent Saudi preacher calls on popular singer to retire
A prominent Saudi Muslim preacher has demanded Emirati star Ahlam, one of the Gulf’s most popular singers, retire from singing to become a Muslim cleric ahead of Ramadan.
“Let Ramadan come to find Ahlam, the preacher, not the singer,” Saudi preacher Mohamed al-Eraify posted on his personal Twitter account.
“You are a believer who loves God. I will pray for you,” Eraify added.
Ahlam al-Shamsy is one of the Middle East’s wealthiest entertainers according to Arabian Business magazine. The publication recently published a report claiming Shamsy is the highest-earning Arab singer in the region.
Saudi singer Mohamed Abdo dubbed Shamshy the Gulf’s leading star, among the greats of Arab music.
Shamshy’s fans have even nicknamed her “the queen.”
Shamsy retweeted Eraify’s call, commenting: “May God reward you with thousand bounties. Pray for me our sheikh Mohamed al-Eraify. May God accept my and your prayers.”
Like many Salafi preachers, Eraify has very strict views on the performing arts, which they consider forbidden in Islam.
Last year, Eraify supported Lebanese artist Fadel Shaker, who announced his repentance and retired from his illustrious singing career.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm