Disclaimer: Mature Audience only Part 1: Conversation with a Hooker: Adultery, Sex Addiction, and Muslims When it comes to the subject of sexual addiction, the question that arises in most minds is, “Why do men seek women other than their wives?
” Unfortunately, the most common misconception is, “his wife must be insufficient that’s why he had to resort to other women.” While slightly more considerate people take the blame from the existing wife and blame it on the lack of multiple wives, “that’s why Muslim men are allowed to have four wives so they can assuage their sexual desires, impossible to be satisfied by one woman alone.” Let me frankly ask all the readers: “Is there any ex-sex addict whose addiction was cured by adding more wives in his life?
Despite the fact that we argued quite a bit at first, we continued to speak online, and eventually I started calling him on the phone, mostly landlines back in those days.
I will never forget the first call I made because it lasted for 50 minutes, unbeknownst to me it was £1 per minute, so my first actual real contact with him cost £50!
Some of them are listed here: It is better to perform ghusl on Friday before the Jumu’ah prayer.The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: This is good, I'm convinced that we are not allowed to gaze, touch or kiss.But could you provide the reference for the last paragraph that talks about being alone and the need of Mahram? I have a citation: "the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “No man should be alone with a woman unless there is a mahram with them.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (1862) and Muslim (1341).Description: An explanation of when it is recommended to perform ghusl and to understand some general guidelines and regulations especially related to women.By Imam Kamil Mufti Published on - Last modified on To be familiar with some general guidelines related to ghusl.