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She has no choice in the matter should she not want to continue in the hereafter with an abusive or unloving man she disliked on earth. She basically has to continue playing the part of the chaste, devoted wife yet her heavenly husband treats her as a guest between his liaisons with seventy two other females.

Her neglect would soon be apparent as she waits, as the doting wife, for a man who apparently has no marital duties, but to spend all his time having sex with heavenly beauties. Surely if Muhammad had only thought to include chocolates, handbags and designer shoes in Paradise, women would not reason themselves as being so neglected.

From the mouth of Muhammad himself we have the following succinct description:. The marrow of her bones is visible like the interior lines of pearls and rubies. She is of white color, and free from the routine physical disabilities of an ordinary woman such as menstruation, menopause, urinal and offal discharge, child bearing and the related pollution. A houri is a girl of tender age, having large breasts which are round pointed , and not inclined to dangle.

Houris dwell in palaces of splendid surroundings. Muhammad obviously had a picture of what attracted the Arab males of the time and in an era with no need for political correctness, expressed his apparent racist outlook, along with his ethnically biased make up of eternal Paradise. Afterall Quran does state that those entering Paradise will be made white while those venturing down to Hell will be made black.

Homosexuality has always been a trait practiced among humans and animals, but constantly frowned upon in human societies as an act of immorality. To maintain the norms of the culture in which he lived and the religions from which he plagiarized, Muhammad made homosexual acts haram, prohibited, in the earthly life.

However to ensure that everyone fighting in his cause had ample remuneration in the hereafter, he also promised pre-pubescent boys in Paradise. So after committing plunder, loot, rape and murder in this life, the followers of Islam get "rewarded" by untouched virginal youths who are fresh like pearls. Many commentators defend such verses claiming that the boys spoken about are simply servants. Why had Muhammad not used older men or women, not mentioning their beauty or virginity or freshness, as servants?

Also previously it was noted that men will be bestowed with virility on hundred times that of the earthly equivalent. However they are only supplied with seventy two houris. One can only extrapolate that the balance of twenty eight extra strengths are intended for the youthful, perpetually fresh serving boys. One of the foremost hardships with seventh century desert life was the lack of good, clean water. Any promises of an opulent afterlife must remedy this short-coming of the Arabian Peninsula.

Fresh water would have been an item of luxury among the Arabs. Muhammad was fond of repeating himself in the Qur'an. The rewards of Paradise , as are the punishments of Hell, are dotted all over the Qur'an. He was probably under the impression that believers required constant reminders of the afterlife he concocted for them. Therefore taking a few examples from the Qur'an we understand that the believers on entering Paradise will be welcomed into gardens teeming with every array of fruits and rivers flowing with various delectable indulgences.

Can those be compared to such as shall dwell for ever in the Fire, and be given, to drink boiling water that cuts their bowels asunder? The rewards of Paradise , like almost everything else in the Qur'an seems directed only to men. Muhammad knew that he needed only to convince the men, for they it was, who controlled the lives of the womenfolk and hence promises made, were directed primarily to their cravings.

The heavenly promises state that the believer will obtain water, fruits, jeweled pavilions and virgin girls and hence needs to be interpreted by scholars to determine where the rewards for women start and where they end. Promises of bountiful commodities like water or fruits in a hereafter may have had a resounding effect on the minds of desert tribesmen. However such unprovable pledges, if made to inhabitants of rainforests or monsoon stricken lands, would surely not have been that impressive nor would they have been ample criteria worth risking their lives on Jihad in the way of Allah.

Wine was an extremely precious commodity in the dry deserts of Arabia and hence was acquired via trade caravans from Syria and Africa. In the Qur'an, Muhammad states that the wine in Paradise will not result in 'headaches' or 'madness'. These were obviously effects he thought were not conducive to his mission of spreading Islam through jihad , holy war.

Hence in this world he forbade it, but promised unlimited supply in the next, knowing very well the esteemed appreciation which this substance commanded. In it are But not so for the wine of the world to come which is a reward for good deeds here. Maybe the answer as usual with awkward questions is that he did so as a test for us mere mortals.

How could one be expected to perform with over seventy virgins on an empty stomach? The deserts of Arabia did not provide the greatest selection of food and fruits; maybe some dates and dried pomegranates. Paradise therefore, had to promise foods that Arabs could only dream about and in quantities that would be worth them switching off your reasoning faculties. In it are rivers of milk In it there are for them all kinds of fruits And Companions with beautiful, big, and lustrous eyes.

Q And the shades of the Garden will come low over them, and the bunches of fruit will hang low in humility easy to reach. In Islamic Paradise , all the activities seem to be similar to mundane earthly affairs, just better and grander sans the negative effects. One would therefore expect that after all the feasting taking place there would be the need to relieve oneself. Apparently that is not the case for the believers in the hereafter.

There will be no toilets. Thankfully the beneficent Allah has mercifully eradicated the need to relief oneself in that splendid abode, thereby eliminating the necessity for sewage systems and waste treatment plants in Paradise. It was said: Then, what would happen with food? Thereupon he said: They would belch and sweat and it would be over with their food , and their sweat would be that of musk and they would glorify and praise Allah as easily as you breathe.

Religions by and large stress the need for renunciation of material wealth and contentment with life's basics. Not so Islam. Believers are encouraged to usurp the wealth and properties of the unbelievers which Allah has made legal for them. The jizya extortion tax on those who do not accept Islam enhances the coffers of the Muslims.


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Of course there are verses in the Qur'an appealing to humble, simple and charitable lifestyles. However the opposite can also quite easily be justified while being a good Muslim.

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They will live in lavish heavenly splendor rejoicing with their beautiful wives adorned with jewelry of gold and pearls, wearing silks and fine brocade and reclining comfortably on cushions and plush carpets. To them will be passed round, dishes and goblets of gold….

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Amongst them will be passed round vessels of silver and goblets of crystal. Upon them shall be garments of fine green silk and thick silk interwoven with gold, and they shall be adorned with bracelets of silver. Muhammad is also not sure whether the believers will get gold or silver bracelets.

He either forgot the earlier promise when making up the second or as the apologist would say, there will be a variety available to the believers. The believers of that hot Arabian Desert would surely have been in dire need of shade, especially during those long expeditions and resulting battles to conquer the unbelievers. Hence a promise of lasting shade from the intense equatorial sun would have been a potent catalyst for duping the thirsty, heat stroked Muslim warriors.

The Qur'an elucidates as follows:. In shade long-extended And on Thrones of Dignity, raised high. We have created their Companions of special creation And made them virgins - pure and undefiled.