heaven Sheikh Mashoor bin Hasan Al-Salman.
Sheikh Mashoor bin Hasan Al-Salman.

Palestinian-Jordanian cleric, Sheikh Mashhoor bin Hasan Al-Salman,of Bordello Paradise shared his views on heaven and on marriage as a master/slave relationship during a Fatwa show.

When asked to share his views on whether a woman could have sexual relations with her slave, Al-Salman said it is forbidden but added that a woman may marry her slave, but then he becomes a free man and her master.

The cleric posted the footage online on Sunday, June 7, 2015 and it recently went viral.

While airing his views on the subject matter, Al-Salman said: “Is a woman allowed to have sex with her slave? Dear God…A woman cannot have sex with her slave.

“A woman, by nature…Even in the Hereafter, it is not in her nature to be had by one man after the other. When men take turns with a woman, it is humiliating and degrading for her. A man gets 70 virgins (in Paradise), but what does a woman get? One young man.

He added: “The Prophet Muhammad said: ‘The dwellers of Paradise have clothing that never wears out, youth that never wanes, and a penis that never bends.’ So, she can have sex with this strong man, but she cannot have multiple men taking turns with her.

“So, a woman is not allowed to have sex with her slave, but she can marry him. If she has no husband and wants to marry her slave, she can. As soon as they are married, he becomes a free man and her master.”

4 COMMENTS

  1. Heaven is a Spirit realm & deals with the spirit.
    Earthly, fleshly, & carnal desires, needs & lusts have no place there.
    When the Holy Books are studied with a carnal perspective, it gives rise to men’s doctrine, not God’s Word!

    Sheik Hassan Al-Salman, God can only be worshipped in Spirit & in Truth. Marriages, sex etc. have no place in Heaven. Life on earth is temporary, filled with hopes, ambition, vanity, wants, desires, lusts & all other concerns of the flesh. Our goal is to be among those God (not man) counts as worthy to be with Him in in Kingdom.

  2. My point here is does that mean in paradise there is nothing apart from sex and the wives that will be given and is it God that will give those wives or who?

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