And the West is called sick, corrupt and decadent? OK, We are, but still…

Egypt’s 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 shouldn’t 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.

Aw, crap. It’s crap. I guess the better story is how easily ‘reputable’ news outlets were pwnd into publishing it as fact.

  1. pedro says:

    I would believe it. After all, we’re talking about the religion of love.

  2. Ahmad Ali says:

    Inspite of knowing that this isn’t a correct news, its a cooked up story from UK’s Daily Mail, Websites continue to add in details. Even in this article, the author has taken sadistic pleasure in providing ugly details first and then adding a final line to a link to say it is untrue.

  3. Jeanne says:

    I would believe it. After all, we’re talking about religion.

    • pedro says:

      Please don’t butcher my post. It’s their own claim.

      • ± says:

        Jeanne wasn’t butchering your post; she was correcting it by being more accurate.

        • pedro says:

          No, it doesn’t apply here

          • Shadowhumper says:

            Of course it applies.

            Whoever follows religion blindly is subjected to this kind of scrutiny by the media. It just so happens that Jeanne corrected your post.

            If you like it or not is different. Thats why you should grow up and stop being such a little sissy and complaining when people come with facts and you only shout ignorance here.

            Now go back to your moms basement and cook some more conspiracy theories, okay?

          • pedro says:

            Oh, so you want facts?

            Ok, here it comes. Most of the so called “agnostics” or “atheist” are just the same low IQ people that follow a religious leader blindly. The only difference is that they exchanged religion for a political party.

            People look for religion mostly because they need an explanation for things they don’t understand (low iq) or to find solace when things get way out of hand.

            Same thing happens with a lot of idiots in this blog like Dallas (are you on that list) that need a messiah to tell them how life works and to guide them with things they don’t understand.

            As stupid is a guy that blindly follows a religious “leader” as those that blindly follow a political one. A messiah by any other name.

            So my comment still stands, we are talking about the religion of love here. If you wanna correct me then include all the idiots (are you one of them) that follow political parties the Dems or the Repukes blindly.

            Otherwise, respect the people that have some brain and follow a religion or follow a party. I have no respect for sheep but don’t come trying to be “smart” and isolate religious zealots from political ones. They re the same.

            BTW, I don’t follow any religion nor political party.

  4. immovableobject says:

    The fact that so many believed the hoax is indicative of how effective anti-muslim propaganda has been. We are clearly being primed to accept another expensive war of aggression in the Middle East.

    How will we pay for it? By further slashing the social safety net, of course. U.S. laws are slowly being changed so that by the time our population wakes up to what has happened, and the domestic protests reach critical proportions, we will have a total surveillance state, and no effective due process. It seems like every week there is a new law or precedent for unchecked government intrusion. Upset citizens will be declared “terrorists” and disappeared. The privatized prisons and internment camps are ready and waiting.

    Have a nice day!

    • pedro says:

      Right, this anti muslim propaganda is stronger tan the efforts of the radical muslims to show otherwise

  5. Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

    What is bizarre is leftist progressive apologia for Islam (which would behead them at the first opportunity) and the constant attack on Christianity (which gave us the US Constitution).

    Every misrepresentation and slander of Christianity is repeated as fact here, but when similar occurs against Islam, the loons can’t resist coming to Islam’s defense.

    To be well treated on this blog one only need hate everything West, or American…

    That is bizarre.

    • msbpodcast says:

      Christianity (which gave us the US Constitution)

      Kee-fuckin’-rist, what drug have you been ingesting?

      The writers of the constitution were against the establishment of any religion which gets them a free pass into the atheists hall of fame.


      • pedro says:

        The writers & signatories of the US constitution had to believe in a religion or a higher being. That’s one of the requisites of being a Free Mason. A lot of them were.

        So sorry to burst your bubble

        They were against mixing religion with government but your assertion that they were anti religion is crap

      • pedro says:

        Since you love quotes…:

        “When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.”

        Written not by a Mason but by a believer of a higher deity.

        A bullshiter, by your meausre. Or maybe someone’s study of the constitution could be labeled as bullshit

    • Mextli: ABO says:

      “Every misrepresentation and slander of Christianity is repeated as fact here….”

      and with slobbering glee.

  6. Rider says:

    How could anyone think this is real for one second.

    This blog is turning into the Granpa Simpson of the internet.

  7. Dallas says:

    Not surprised by religious loon behavior regardless of what herd they belong to.

  8. smokalot says:

    Taxed Enough Already Dude …….FTW. Like always, you are on the money. Always enjoy your posts.

  9. MrFurley says:

    I wonder if all these news outlets on the internet regurgitating trumped up stories is one way the government will use as an example of why they need to regulate the internet. False flag journalism of sorts maybe?

    • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

      A tangent: There was a time most would dismiss such speculation as paranoia…conspiracy theory…

      But no longer, and that says reams about the present elite…nothing seems beneath them, no subterfuge out of bounds, they spin and twist everything to secure secure their regime.

      Its scary.

      Freedom is being lost while the freeloading crowd applauds…for a check.

  10. Robart says:

    If it were true I could understand the need for such a law to protect a man from an honest mistake. In some cases a husband might not realize that the wife is dead. ( I dated a girl like that in high school.) After six hours the body would start smelling and it would no longer be an innocent mistake. It would just be kinky.

    • spsffan says:

      Uh, dead bodies go cold pretty fast. Kind of hard not to notice that, not to mention the total lack of response.

  11. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    Pedro? Pedro is that you???? Clear, direct, on point===what gives?

    Its like some kind of religious conversion. What, did you have a vision of James Madison or John Locke?

    I’d wish you good fortune with your new persona, but if wishes could come true, I’d wish Unc Dave had saved the reveal for at least 24 hours.

    I hope my response would have been: “Really? Seems extreme, but it is religion after all. And really, it wasn’t about “love” for women at all ((here I have to correct Pedro the Champion of Four Hooved Lovers EveryWhere)), but rather to protect the cattle.

    • pedro says:

      No religious conversion. People that have half a brain deserve to be answered in a cohesive manner. Sheep get hay.

  12. deowll says:

    Okay guys. It sure is a relief to be told the story is a fake however all of you God haters are still on the to be killed list. There is absolutely no doubt about that one.

    • Dallas says:

      A kill list? Just what kind of God do you subscribe to !

      • pedro says:

        Doesn’t matter which god he subscribes to. You think is bullshit anyway

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Ha, ha. the hatred just oozes from every pore. I need to pay more attention……..or do I. Naaaa. Hardly matters exactly what kind of idget do-ill is. Figures though that an idget in politics would follow thru to all he does.

      Probably a vegan too?

      • pedro says:

        Veganism is also a religion. You cannot follow 2 religions at once.

        • Robart says:

          I acknowledge the possible existence of vegetables but I don’t belong to any organised vegan group. Am I a veganostic?

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

            I think that puts you in the “Free Thinker” category, and as with all of us, having an omnivore’s dilemma.

  13. Mr Clever says:

    finally, change i can believe in, thanks obama, i’ll start defrosting the wife.

  14. Ayman says:

    the Union of Egyptians in Europe Condemned the false reports published by British newspapers on the draft law allows for couples alleged lying with their wives after the death, saying that it has investigated the concerned authorities in Egypt and did not find any basis for this report , it is baseless in fact.

    The federation said in a statement Masrawy arrived on Monday, said the report published by my newspaper ‘Metro’ and ‘Daily Mirror’ in British, not based on accuracy and verification of the source of information, pointing out that the person who adopted by the authorship of the report is one of the followers of regime of former President, who claimed that one of the deputies belonging to the Islamic Movement submitted a draft law to parliament alleged, which was met with rejection and condemnation at all levels.

    The Union indicatyed that Islam prohibits the husband having sex with his wife when she has her menstrual period, and that Islam prohibits the husband from washing his wife’s body after her death as the marriage status is gone after death.

    The Union said that he did not find any bill of that nature after contacting the concerned authorities in Egypt, such as the National Center for Women, and defied the two newspapers to publish into British version of the bill alleged.

    He noted that the Union asked that newspapers rather should check their sources before publishing false news such as this that may hurt the feelings of other societies, and to preserve the credibility of the newspaper itself.

    The British newspapers have published a report on the progress of deputies in the Egyptian Parliament belonging to the Islamic bloc bill allows the husband having sex with his wife after her death, so that the Reuters news agency quoted the report, but they quickly removed it from its position.

  15. Wain says:

    The moment a woman dies her man can not look at her. Never mind making intercourse with her. Some one wants just to make you believe stuff that has no basis. I advise you to research and read about Islam and you will be able to differentiate between what is true and what is just propaganda


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