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Muslim preacher reveals it's a sin for a woman to refuse her husband's demands

Muslim preacher reveals it's a sin for a woman to refuse her husband's demands

- A Sydney-based Muslim preacher has revealed that it's a sin for a woman to refuse her husband's demands

- Nassim Abdi, a fundamentalist Sunni, while speaking at an Auburn mosque in Sydney, claimed that her refusal can lead to her getting cursed by angels

A Muslim preacher identified as Nassim Abdi has many people asking questions after his recent preaching at an Aurburn mosque in Sydney, Austrailer. According to the fundamentalist Sunni, it's a major sin for a woman to refuse her husband's demand without any legitimate reason.

He added that such behaviour can incur curses from angels as long as the woman is asleep and her husband is in anger. Reports claim Mr Abdi preaches a seventh-century fundamentalist version of Salafist Islam from Saudi Arabia with the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaah Association, which also advocates aspects of Sharia law.

Stating significantly, the role of the woman in the home and in relationship to her husband, he said: "If the husband calls the wife to be intimate and there's no legitimate reason for the woman to say no, then she must answer the call of her husband. She must answer the call of her husband and if not she has committed a major sin."

"If the man calls the wife to bed and she refuses, the angels curse this woman and he sleeps with her whilst he's angry, the angels curse her until she wakes up."

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Many people have spoken against the preacher point of view. Stating that a woman retains the right to her body and what she wants to be done with it.

Speaking to Daily Mail, feminist, Eva Cox described the preacher as a 'nutter' and revealed that some religions choose to ignore the rights of women. She said: "Somebody needs to inform the preacher that he's preaching something which is illegal."

Another feminist, Macquarie University research professor Catharine Lumby, described it as 'hate speech', saying his preaching is against the laws of the country. She also revealed that the preaching can encourage men to commit domestic violence, thereby, harming their wives and feeling entitled to something that should ordinarily be the right of the human being involved.

Speaking of domestic violence, a top pastor recently revealed that he beats up his wife every other day and they remain the best couple on earth.

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