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Malaysia Bans Obedient Wives Club Guide To Sex

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Malaysia's Obedient Wives Club aims to solve all the problems of the world by getting wives to sex their husbands more frequently. But their efforts were stymied recently when Malaysian authorities banned their book, a compendium of offensiveness titled, Islamic Sex: Fighting Jews to Return Islamic Sex to the World. The Club teaches that most wives fulfill just 10% of their husbands sexual needs (it's unclear how they arrived at this figure), and that wives should act like "first-class whores" in the bedroom to keep their husbands satisfied. In the wake of the ban, they say a planned followup book may be released as "an internal newsletter, or an internal bulletin" instead.

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Stephan Zielinski

They're pro-polygamy, too. Wheee!

[www.themalaysianinsider.com] has a few quotes, albeit not particularly racy ones. If nothing else, it confirms that the text's title really is "Seks Islam, perangi Yahudi untk kembalikan seks Islam kepada dunia", and translates it as "Islamic sex, fighting Jews to return Islamic sex to the world."

I happen to know a guy who grew up in Klang. According to him, one of the interesting doctrinal details is according to this lot, a man can have simultaneous sex with all his wives even when they're not all in the same room. This is the context of the back cover quote, which in translation reads, "As a spiritual leader, Allah has granted him the ability to have simultaneous sex with all his wives. And if the wife is spiritual, the sex is greater. They can fly anywhere for sex, it is more enjoyable and easier compared to physical sex. For that reason, Abuya was processing his wives towards the spiritual."

EDITED TO ADD: The whole shebang is beginning to smell like a cult to me; see [blogs.wsj.com] .