Saturday, June 4, 2011

Born in Malaysia, the obedient women's club

A group of Malaysian women has taken the initiative at issue in his country: to create the Women's Club Compliant. "Their goal is to teach Muslim women of this country in Southeast Asia to satisfy their husbands," said one of its founders, Maznah Taufik. The initiative certainly will not leave anyone indifferent.

Its precursor, is known to promote controversial projects. In 2009 he founded the Ikhwan Polygamy Club, in order to promote this family system, as far as Malaysian law allows Muslims to marry up to four wives. Behind this idea, as well as the launch of Women's Club Compliant and includes some members of the former World Ikhwan Association, an organization founded by former members of the banned radical Islamic group Al Arqam.

Now, through this new initiative, Taufik aims to improve morality among Muslim families in Malaysia, a country of almost 24 million inhabitants, of whom 60 percent profess Islam. The rest of the population practice Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism, to the extent that the Constitution of this Southeast Asian country allows freedom of worship.

Taufik Maznah believes that many of the problems that exist in the families of their country is because women are disobedient and do not know how to please their husbands. "Domestic violence is that wives do not obey the orders of her husband. A man must be responsible for the welfare of his wife, but she must listen to her husband, "said Maznah, as published by the newspaper The Star And when the blame in the case of a woman is a victim of abused by her husband, says the wife.

"Yes, most likely your fault for not listening to her husband." To avoid situations of family violence, the 48-year-old mother of five children advocates implementation of Obedient Women's Club. Explains that through this partnership, "to teach them to be obedient so that fewer problems in our society" and reduce the instances of infidelity, divorce and domestic violence.

Maznah Taufik, who says lead by example, think that "women should be concerned with diverting obedient to her husband and not only concerned with his clothes and his food." So, this woman who is the second wife of a polygamous husband says that women have a duty to be beautiful and dress well at home.

"The wives are welcome sexy clothes and a seductive smile in the privacy of home." Recognized that husbands are not perfect and it is natural that there are discussions and disagreements within the family. Insists that "we must not remain silent when we do not agree with our husbands." However, remember that Islamic law is sacred and that while the couple does not violate the rules, the final word is law.

Taufik Maznah also believes that the high divorce rate that registers Malaysia has its origin in the female factor. "Some wives, they want to marry to have fun, but they know the responsibility that it represents." Whether for this reason, a lack of understanding or economic problems, the reality is that according to local media, the percentage of separations in Malaysia doubled between 2002 and 2009, with much higher rates among Muslims.

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