The fatwa says it is appropriate and not forbidden for married couples to practice sexual acts in all their forms, including through the mouth. In an interview with privately-owned weekly magazine “Morocco Today”, the famously controversial Scholar said, “there isn’t anything written in the Quran which prevents sex between man and woman in all its forms, even if it is through the mouth.” he added, “there are verses in the Quran that support my views; one of them is the Quranic verse ‘Your women are a tilth for you, so go to your tilth as ye will ’ which is a metaphor for urging a husband and wife to have sexual intercourse. He did however say that the only forbidden form of sexual intercourse according to Quranic verses is anal sex.The Scholar caused huge controversy several weeks ago after stating that it is permitted for a husband to have sexual intercourse with his wife right after she dies. In addition, he said it is also permissible for single men and women to masturbate and have sex with inflatable sex dolls, explaining that, “yes, women and men who have not been married can use sex toys, which is better for them to do instead of resorting to adultery. They can do this until they are married.” He continued, “nowadays for example there’s a plastic woman that a man can use for pleasure and a male genital-shaped toy that a woman can use. However this is only permitted if the person is not married.Well, thanks for clearing that up.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
International Union of Muslim Scholars: necrophilia OK, anal sex not so much
Muslim Scholar Sheikh Abdul-Bari Zamzami, Head of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, has issued a fatwa for the sexually perplexed: