Buku ‘Seks Islam’ mendapat liputan internasional.

Dari akhbar Republika yang pernah mengakui, menulis tentang jemaah Abuya Ashaari, walau negatif atau positif, jemaah juga yang semakin untung dan popular. Lalu mereka hampir memutuskan untuk tidak akan menulis lagi tentang jemaah ini. Tetapi berita tentang SEKS ini sungguh mengujakan sehingga mereka menerbitkannya hanya bersumberkan laporan terkeliru akhbar The Star, Malaysia. Walhal Republika ada rapport yang baik dengan jemaah Abuya di Indonesia, just a phone call away.. Di akhir posting ini dipaparkan berita dari Jakarta Globe, oleh wartawan yang lebih pintar dan rasional, Teo Cheng Wee – dari Straights Times Indonesia. 

 

Ups…Klub Istri Patuh Dituding Anjurkan ‘Berbagi Ranjang Bersama’

Kamis, 13 Oktober 2011 19:03 WIB

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, KUALALUMPUR – Kontroversi berdirinya Klub Istri Patuh terus bergulir. Baru-baru ini, buku panduan seks yang mereka terbitkan dituding mengandung pesan tersembunyi agar para istri dalam keluarga poligami ‘bersama-sama melayani suami di ranjang dalam satu kesempatan’. 

Adalah buku setebal 115 halaman berjudul  Seks Islam, Perangi Yahudi untuk Kembalikan Seks Islam kepada Duniayang memulai kontroversi. Buku bergambar karangan  Asaari Muhammad, mantan pimpinan Al-Arqam, ini menurut Star Online, berisi panduan hubungan suami istri bagi keluarga poligami.

Salah satunya, menganjurkan suami untuk selalu secara simultan melakukan hubungan badan dengan para istri. Buku ini disusun setelah berdasar riset, para istri hanya menyerahkan 10 persen tubuhnya dari yang diinginkan suami.

Dalam bab VIII berjudul Bagaimana Seks menjadi Ibadah, dijelaskan secara detil tentang ‘berbagi ranjang bersama’ itu.

Menanggapi buku ini, grup bernama “We do not want sexist nonsense from Global Ikhwan Sdn Bhd” yang didirikan oleh Matthew Ong menyebut klub yang dimotori Global Ikhwan Sdn Bhd hanya menjadikan wanita sebagai objek seksual. Mereka meminta Kementerian Wanita, keluarga, dan Pembangunan Komunitas, Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil untuk melakukan intervensi.

Redaktur: Siwi Tri Puji B
Sumber: Star Online
Manakala laporan asal akhbar The Star ini telah di share hampir 1000 orang di Facebook.

OWC urges Muslim Women to have joint sex

PETALING JAYA: The controversial Obedient Wives Club (OWC) has set off another round of public outrage with an “explicit sex book” which encourages a Muslim husband to have joint sex with all his wives.

The 115-page book titled Seks Islam, Perangi Yahudi untuk Kembalikan Seks Islam kepada Dunia (Islamic Sex, fighting Jews to return Islamic sex to the world), has a picture of the late Asaari Muhammad, the banned Al-Arqam leader, on the cover.

An excerpt from a passage printed on the back encouraged Muslims husbands to have sex simultaneously with their wives.

The book stated that research showed women only gave their husbands 10% of what they wanted from their wives’ bodies, a local daily reported yesterday.

According to the report, chapter eight titled Bagaimana seks menjadi ibadah (How sex becomes worship), contained explicit descriptions of sexual acts.

Facebook page “We do not want sexist nonsense from Global Ikhwan Sdn Bhd” founder Matthew Ong expressed outrage over the book and urged Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil to intervene.

Global Ikhwan had set up the OWC.

The Jakarta Globe

Obedient Wives Club Produces ‘Islamic Sex’ Guide

Teo Cheng Wee – Straights Times Indonesia | October 13, 2011

Kuala Lumpur. Just months after it gained infamy for telling its members to “serve their husbands better than a first-class prostitute,” a Malaysian Muslim wives’ club has made the news again — this time for publishing a guide on “Islamic sex.”

The Obedient Wives Club has produced a book titled “Islamic Sex, Fighting Against Jews To Return Islamic Sex To The World,” according to a news report in Malay daily Berita Harian in Malaysia yesterday.

The 115-page, pocket-sized sex guide is believed to have been published this year.

The news report did not explain what ‘Islamic sex’ is or how it apparently differs from Jewish sex. Leaders of the OWC – which has about 800 members in Malaysia and branches in Singapore, Indonesia and Jordan – could not be reached for comment yesterday.

The book’s foreword says that OWC’s research has found that wives can satisfy only 10 per cent of their husbands’ desires, Berita Harian reported.

So, the book apparently lays out how to close the gap on the remaining 90 per cent.

At least one chapter contains detailed information on sexual acts. The chapter, the only part of the book The Straits Times has seen, describes in reverential tones how a husband and wife should approach sex.

Stressing that the couple should be married, it described sexual acts, such as the fondling of a breast, in detail. The chapter said that sex is ‘sanctioned by God’ and is intended to create new life.

“You [God] have said that all these acts are halal, pure, beautiful and like a prayer [between a man and a wife,]” the guide says.

The Straits Times understands that each copy is sold for RM50 (S$20), and is available only to OWC members. The guide does not contain pictures or illustrations of sex.

Launched in June, the OWC was set up by the same people who formed a Polygamy Club in 2009. Both clubs were criticized by women’s rights groups, which said that marriages should be based on mutual respect.

The clubs were set up by Global Ikhwan, a business organization founded by former members of the Al-Arqam cult. Banned 20 years ago by the Malaysian government, Al-Arqam’s followers believed their leader Ashaari Muhammad could absolve their sins and defer death.

The late Ashaari’s picture is on the cover of the sex guide, which is targeted at newlyweds, Berita Harian said.

The OWC, however, denies any links to Al-Arqam. In an interview in June, one committee member told The Straits Times that the club was simply spreading the teachings of God, and that “Al-Arqam no longer exists.”

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2 Comments on “Buku ‘Seks Islam’ mendapat liputan internasional.”

  1. musafirLALU says:

    Ini pula sedutan dari MSN NEWS

    By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 10/14/2011
    Malaysian polygamy club ‘encourages group sex’
    An “Obedient Wife Club” known in Malaysia for its controversial views has published a book urging men in polygamous Muslim marriages to have group sex with their wives, a report said Friday.

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    The club, formed earlier this year, has made headlines with its radical suggestions on sex and marriage in conservative, Muslim-majority Malaysia.

    They include earlier calling on women to be “whores in bed” to prevent their men from straying and pursuing divorce.

    In a 115-page book titled “Islamic Sex, Fighting Jews to Return Islamic Sex to the World,” the group calls on Muslim husbands to have sex with all their wives simultaneously, The Star daily reported.

    One chapter, “How Sex Becomes Worship,” contains unusually explicit sexual descriptions for a Malaysian publication, such as a tutorial on breast-fondling.

    AFP was unable to immediately obtain a copy of the reported book, published by Global Ikhwan, the Malaysian Islamic group that formed the wives’ club.

    Global Ikhwan first shot to prominence in 2009 when it formed the equally controversial “Polygamy Club”.

    Global Ikhwan member Maznah Taufik told AFP the book was exclusively for wives’ club members and declined to comment further.

    The Star said Jamil Khir Baharom, Malaysia’s minister in charge of Islamic affairs, has promised to investigate the book’s contents.

    Malaysia bans books deemed to be pornographic or insulting to Islam.

    The “Obedient Wife Club” said at its June launch that it had 800 members in Malaysia and another 200 overseas.

    Polygamy is legal for Muslims, who make up more than 60 percent of Malaysia’s population. Men are allowed to take up to four wives.

    A 2010 study by a Muslim activist group found that men in polygamous relationships struggled to meet the needs of all their wives and children, and that the result was often unhappy and cash-strapped families.

    Maria Chin Abdullah, executive director of women’s advocacy group Empower, called the book a “very backward, narrow way of presenting women’s role”.

    “It’s really an affront to the women’s rights movement,” she said. “We have come forward so far to say women are not just sex objects.”

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