November 24, 2011

"Obedient Wives" Club urges women: Be like prostitutes

England:

Ikhwan vice-president Rohaya Mohamad has claimed women could curb social ills by serving their husbands better than a first-class prostitute.

This from an Malaysian-based Islamic group, called Global Ikhwan supporting polygamy, and apparently, run from a Greenwich restaurant!


Even my mind boggles at this one.


Obedient Wives Club urges women: Be like prostitutes
Evening Standard, 22nd November 2011.

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