The betrayal of his wife in Islam yesterday and today
Muslim religion and culture in the buddiffers, for example, from Christian or Buddhist. The same applies to family relations. To a modern European person the attitude of a Muslim man to his wife, and even to a woman in general, may seem the least. But is it really so? It is possible that a wife in Islam has some limitations in rights along with a man who is invariably considered the head of the family. However, if we turn to statistics, we will see that betrayals and divorces among believing Muslims are extremely rare, homelessness in the Shariah countries is extremely low, not to mention the abortions of pregnancy, which are prohibited by law. The reason for this, undoubtedly, is the adherence to the ancient traditions of the ancestors and the strict observance of the established prohibitions.
The role of women and wives in Islam remains unchangedfor many centuries. Its main responsibilities include the birth and upbringing of the offspring, housekeeping, management of the spouse's acquired property. A Muslim woman is obliged to honor her husband and respect his nearest relatives. It should also be noted that such a notion as "treason of the wife" in Islam is extremely rare and is not at all because of the cruel punishment that may follow it. Girls in Muslim countries are preparing for marriage from an early age, they are brought up in accordance with the religious traditions of their ancestors, which exclude the possibility of adultery.
Treason in Islam implies the existence of anysexual relations are not in her time in a lawful marriage of people. According to the Koran, adultery is nothing more than the greatest mortal sin, the payment for which comes immediately. Treason of a wife in Islam is extremely rare. In some Muslim countries, for such a crime, for many centuries, capital punishment was imposed - the death penalty, or a public beating. Modern Muslim women have little desire to change their husbands.
Usually the fact of adulteryis examined in the presence of a lawyer, as well as four outsiders who have an impeccable reputation in society. A person who commits adultery (adultery) is punished - beating with whips - but only in case of full proof of his guilt. If for any reason the testimony of the witnesses diverge, they can also be subjected to lashes for perjury and insult to a woman's honor.
According to religion, the betrayal of the wife in Islam -a great sin that involves serious punishment. However, Islam does not provide for lynching, that is, having learned about the betrayal of the wife, the spouse has no right to punish her personally. In the event that a man will say about the betrayal of his wife, but can not provide evidence of such a crime, he himself will be punished (up to 80 lashes). In some Muslim countries, laws allow the death penalty of lovers, even if they voluntarily recognize in committing an act of adultery. In some regions, the death penalty is provided for entering into unmarried women, although this act does not apply to treason.
Today, like a thousand years ago, the betrayal of his wife inIslam involves the marriage of a married woman into any sexual relationship with an outsider. The process of certification precedes the conviction of a woman's guilt or her innocence, implying the obligatory presence of a judge (mufti, imam). In the absence of witnesses and the inability to prove the adultery committed by the wife, adultery is decided upon. From the moment of dissolution of the marriage, the man terminates the maintenance of the former spouse. Today, there are many supporters of such divorce processes, which recommend Muslim family couples who suspect each other of infidelity, but who do not have the opportunity to prove a crime, to resolve the conflict in such a peaceful way.