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Lunch Break

October 8, 2009


Today’s lunch break was suggested by David Horowitz and comes courtesty of MEMRI:

“The Women of Paradise Are Pure, Unblemished, Menstruation-Free, Free of Feces, Urine, Phlegm, Children”

Interviewer: “How does one conduct relationships in Paradise – whether with the black-eyed virgins or with Muslim women who entered Paradise?


“Muhammad Al-Munajid: Allah said that the black-eyed virgins are beautiful white young women, with black pupils and very white retinas, whose skin is so delicate and bright that it causes confusion. Allah said that they are like hidden pearls. They have wide eyes, and they have not been touched by man or jinn. They are virgins, who yearn for their husbands. They are all the same age, morally and physically beautiful. They are like precious gems and pearls in their splendor, their clarity, their purity, and their whiteness. They are like hidden pearls – as pure as a pearl within a shell, untouched by man. Each one of them is so beautiful that you can see the bone-marrow through the delicate flesh on their legs.

“Such brilliant beauty does not exist in this world. Where can you find such beauty? Whereas the women of this world may suffer, for days and nights, from menstruation, from blood for 40 days after childbirth, from vaginal bleeding and from diseases – the women of Paradise are pure, unblemished, menstruation-free, free of feces, urine, phlegm, children… Moreover, Allah cleaned them of all impure and foul things, both in appearance and character.

“In character, they are not jealous, hateful, or angry. They are not greedy.” […]
In Paradise, The Women “Are Restricted to Tents, Locked Up for the Husband – There Is No Such Thing as Going Out”

“They are restricted to tents, locked up for the husband. There is no such thing as going out. When he comes home – they are there. There is no such thing in Paradise as a man coming home and not finding his wife there. Allah described them as women who lower their gaze, and never look at anybody but their husband. As for deriving pleasure – the man is given the strength of…”

Interviewer: “Sheikh Muhammad, you said she looks only at her husband, but today, things are different. Today, husbands don’t look only at their wives, or vice versa – except for a few, on whom Allah has taken mercy.”

“In Paradise, a Man Gets the Strength of 100 Men When It Comes To Eating, Drinking, Passion, And Sex”

Muhammad Al-Munajid: “There are some pious, pure men, who have eyes only for their wives, and there are some pious, pure, and obedient wives, who have eyes only for their husbands. But today, in the marketplace, in films, and so on, people’s eyes roam freely. The Internet… The people of this world… There is a big difference when it comes to deriving pleasure.

“In this world, men work hard and tire themselves out in order to derive pleasure. The Prophet Muhammad says that in Paradise, a man gets the strength of 100 men when it comes to eating, drinking, passion, and sex.”


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  1. Julie Trevor permalink
    October 8, 2009 4:50 pm

    Hey, will someone tell Naomi Wolf about paradise?

  2. October 8, 2009 10:00 pm

    Irshad Manji, Canadian feminist caught in the crosshairs of radical Islamists, wrote in her book “The Trouble with Islam” that the splendid, ravenous virgins awaiting suicidal martyrs might actually be…raisins. Irshad believed influential passages of the Koran were lost in translation, or corrupted, but in either case the vision of martyrs sacrificing their lives for a handful of withered grapes in the afterlife is way too rich poetry for Naomi Wolf. Wonder if she read Manji’s book…

  3. October 8, 2009 11:35 pm

    Each one of them is so beautiful that you can see the bone-marrow through the delicate flesh on their legs.

    Not really a marrow man, myself.

  4. Kevroc permalink
    October 9, 2009 12:57 am

    Thinking small if you ask me.

    Paradise is a woman that is docile and basically just an object?

    I can’t speak for everyone but, if I was welcomed to a Paradise, I expect more then a doe-eyed slavegirl and super-human eating ability.

  5. October 9, 2009 2:11 am

    Oh to be a sex crazed jihadist, how close to God that must be.

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