A Review of “Sex in Islam” by Abdullah Ibn Sa’d Ibn Abi Sarh

11/4/2013

The Book

LINK to the Book page website

Muhammad – the prophet of Islam – was a sensual prophet.  He married many. Many of his “marriages” targeted beautiful young widows whose bad luck came through Muhammad’s aggression against their tribes.  Muhammad and his rogue bandits killed the able men, stole the fortunes of the tribe, and enslaved and raped the women. Muhammad was the head of the Muslims. He aimed for the most beautiful ones amongst the captives. He usually “married” (raped?) them in the days following the attack on their tribe. The Muslim men also got their share of women and sex in the days following the Muslim attack. Thus “sex” was at the heart of Islamic imperialism.

Not only in the “now and then” was sex important for Muhammad and the early Muslims. Those Muslims who perished in the attack against other tribes were promised with a heaven filled with eternal sex. Seventy two houris  await with flowers and roses the Muslim “martyr”.

Sex is at the heart of Islam.

Our friend, Ibn Abi Sarh, has pleasured the world with great illustrating imagery about the life of prophet Muhammad in his first book “Biography of Prophet Muhammad Illustrated”.  Abi  Sarh’s first book proved to be an imaged documentary on the life of the prophet of Islam. His first work showed an exemplary honesty to the dictates of Hadith and Sirat as to how Muhammad lived. The currently released book on “Sex in Islam” is another marvelous work document with honest quotations from Qur’an and Hadith. Abdullah Ibn Abi Sarh had a priority of telling the honest historical truths in his drawings. His images reflected what actually happened, using exact quotations from Islamic sources relied upon by all Islamic scholars.

Ibn Abi Sarh’s new books covers through imagery the stories of Muhammad’s wives Khadija, Sawda, Hafsa, and the child bride Aisha. The book also covers the stories of Muhammad’s concubines Rayhana and Maria the Copt. Ibn Abi Sarh covers also Muhammad’s divorced wives ‘Amar, Mulaykah, Asma, and Alshanba bint ‘Amer.

The latter part of Ibn Abi Sarh’s book deals with critical sex issues in Islam like Nikah, Pedophilia, divorce and remarriage, Sex in paradise, Polygamy, breast feeding, ..

Imagery in the Book

The images presented in the book are amazing to say the least. There is beauty in the choice of skin colors and clothing choices. There is honesty in the narrations used to reflect what we know happened in history using Qur’an and Hadith narrations. In short, this is a book that reflects Islamic truths about sex in a “picture-perfect” structure, to use Abul  Kasem’s  expression about the book.

Rape of the UK

The last section of the book deals through documented imagery with the string of rapes of white girls by Muslim gangs in England. As expected, Abi Sarh remains honest to the known facts representing them through finely done images. It is Islam and its concepts of Sex that are at the heart of such Muslim youth activities in England, and in the west in general.

Concluding Remarks

Ibn  Abi  Sarh’s book is a truly welcomed addition to truthful books about Islam. The book is fun to view and read. It is also helpful for those who like to read little and look at imagery more. The book has hundreds of accurate captions that are done in a very meticulous way. Highly recommended and I encourage our readers to purchase copies for themselves and for some of their friends. The book is priced relatively very cheap allowing many of us to purchase more than one copy.

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