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Dec 21, 2018
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Egyptian Cleric Ahmad Abd Al-Bari: Films and TV Have Given Women the Impression That They Have the Independence to Refuse Their Husbands' Calls to Bed

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Source: The Internet - "Al-Adawi Mosque on YouTube"

During a Friday sermon at the Al-Adawi Mosque in Mit Asas, Egypt, Sheikh Ahmad Abd Al-Bari said that the leading reason that wives refuse their husbands' calls to bed are movies and TV series that have taught them to be disobedient. He said that these shows have given women the impression that they have independent lives and that they can reject their husbands' calls to bed as they please. He also quoted a hadith by the Prophet Muhammad that said that a woman must obey her husband's call to bed even if she is riding a camel. The sermon was uploaded to the Internet on December 21, 2018.

 

Sheikh Ahmad Abd Al-Bari: One of the things that spoil marital life is when a woman refuses her husband's call to bed. One of the leading causes of this is the films and TV series that have taught women to be disobedient. It is as if they have independent lives now and can do it whenever they want and refuse to do it whenever they don't. My dear sisters, the Prophet Muhammad said: "If a man summons his wife [to bed], she must consent even if she is riding a camel."