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Palestinian Cleric Makes How-To Video on “Hitting Your Wife” [VIDEO]

It’s in the Qur’an, folks. Muhammad allegedly punched his 9-year-old bride Aisha in the chest.

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Muhammad instructed men to beat their wives if they were disobedient. Read Surah IV, “Women.”

This Palestinian cleric provides instruction, if husbands are confused about how to beat their wives. And– he explains how to do it so that men can avoid having to deal with the police.

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He says:

“The proper way to beat your wife is not to beat her in the face so hard that it makes her ugly, disfigures her, breaks bones or causes bleeding that might bring the police to your door. This beating is a kind of reminder that the love and friendship that Allah commanded, is still found between you.” 

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