'Farewell Intercourse' law allowing sex with dead wives sparks fury in Egypt

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'Farewell Intercourse' law allowing sex with dead wives sparks fury in Egypt

Joined: February 18th, 2006, 4:50 pm

June 22nd, 2012, 7:03 am #1

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

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June 22nd, 2012, 7:06 am #2

Child rights organisation Plan International has expressed deep concern at new marriage laws proposed by the Egyptian parliament.

An Egyptian MP has confirmed the drafting of a new law to lower the permitted age for girls to marry to just 14 from the current age 18.

Egypts National Council of Women (NCW) has already appealed to parliament to stop the legislation, saying it rids women of their basic educational and employment rights.

Plan International, which works to promote child rights across Africa, believes the law proposals are a backward step for Egypt and a violation of girls human rights.

Plan Egypt was actively involved in the process of amending the Child Law in 2008, when the legal marriage age was increased to 18.

But analysts have now questioned the future for womens rights in Egypt under a new parliament still dominated by men.

Ayman Zadek, programme area manager for Plan International in Assiut, Egypt, said: Plan Egypt strongly promotes child rights and according to the Child Rights Convention, any person under 18 is considered a child. Plan Egypt was actively involved in the process of amending the countrys Child Law in 2008, when the legal marriage age was increased to 18.

Despite the improvements on the law, early marriage is still a widespread social phenomenon in Egypt. Plan Egypt, through its programs and involvement in the Child Protection Network, continues to advocate against this issue."

Plan Egypt considers early marriage as a violation of human rights. It is a harmful traditional practice and is a form of sexual violence against children, particularly young girls.

Zadek says early marriage makes girls vulnerable to domestic violence, premature pregnancy and poverty as well as reducing their chance to complete their education.

Zadek continues: Exposing young girls to marriage has a very negative impact on their physical and psychological health."

It reduces their chances to complete an education and negatively impacts their ability to participate at the economic and social levels.Girls who marry early are also more likely to experience premature pregnancies, which negatively impacts their health and the welfare of their children. Early marriage increases the risk of domestic violence, child labour and tends to reproduce the cycle of poverty. Plan Egypt will continue to advocate for the enforcement of the current Child Law - where marriage is not allowed for any child under 18 years old.

Plans global Because I Am A Girl campaign highlights and works for girls rights globally. Ending child marriage, around the world, is a main priority of the campaign that launches across our 70 offices on October 11th 2012.

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June 22nd, 2012, 7:08 am #3

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

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Apparently islam become the tool of sexual perversion. sick bastards...


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June 22nd, 2012, 7:13 am #4

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

http://www.rt.com/news/egypt-sex-dead-wife-054/


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June 22nd, 2012, 7:24 am #5

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

http://www.rt.com/news/egypt-sex-dead-wife-054/


who the fok are you talatpasha? and if your IQ wasn't below 50 you would know that that was a ******** rumor on the internet a few months ago that has been debunked.



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June 22nd, 2012, 7:56 am #6

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

http://www.rt.com/news/egypt-sex-dead-wife-054/


i never heard of this or even mentioned in any of the islamic teaching....

this is nonsense.

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June 22nd, 2012, 8:05 am #7

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

http://www.rt.com/news/egypt-sex-dead-wife-054/


dont pay any attention to this clown, he's probably a posing.



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June 22nd, 2012, 8:57 am #8

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

http://www.rt.com/news/egypt-sex-dead-wife-054/


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June 22nd, 2012, 10:15 am #9

Egypts Islamist-dominated parliament is set to introduce a law allowing husbands to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after death. Critics fear it highlights a trend of increasingly anti-female legislation since the Arab Spring.
The farewell Intercourse bill was inspired by a Fatwa issued by a Moroccan cleric last year. Zamzami Abdul Bar said that since the two would meet in Heaven again anyway, death shouldnt get in the way of one last post-mortem marital romp.
Critics have slammed the law as catastrophic. Prominent journalist and TV host Jaber al-Qarmouty used his program on Tuesday to lash out at the proposed law.
This is unbelievable. It is a catastrophe to give the husband such a right! Has the Islamic trend reached that far? Is there really a draft law in this regard? Are there people thinking in this manner, he lamented on air.
Egypts National Council for Women (NCW) also called on Parliament not to adopt this and other measures which they believe increasingly seek to roll back womens rights.
The NTC further charges that "marginalizing and undermining the status of women would negatively affect the country's human development.
Along with the rather grim farewell Intercourse draft law, parliament is also set to approve legislation that would allow girls as young as 14 to get married.
Lawmakers are also seeking to eliminate a reform implemented over a decade ago that allows women to end unhappy or abusive marriages without interference from their spouses.
NCW head Dr. Mervat al-Talawi sent a message to the Peoples Assembly speaker outlining the plight of women in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Apart from the controversial marriage reforms, she also reportedly appealed to parliament not to legislate away a womans right to education and employment under the guise of religion, Al Arabiya reports.
But with the Muslim Brotherhood securing the biggest bloc in parliament and posed to take the presidency in next months elections, the rights women enjoyed during the Mubarak era may soon be a thing of the past.

http://www.rt.com/news/egypt-sex-dead-wife-054/


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