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Malay Women Blamed for Hubby's Illicit Affairs by Obedient Wives Club

by Kathy Jones on December 4, 2011 at 8:05 PM
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 Malay Women Blamed for Hubby's Illicit Affairs by Obedient Wives Club

Women are to blame for husbands who indulge in illegal sexual relationships, a member of the Obedient Wives Club in Malaysia has said.

Hajiera Hartley said women who did not fulfil the sexual needs of their husbands caused the men to look for illicit affairs.

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She said that a survey carried out recently by the club showed that only 10 percent of Malay wives understood the sexual needs of their husbands.

"Most married Malay women are busy with domestic chores and ignore the sexual needs of their husbands," the Star Online quoted her as saying.

"A sexually satisfied husband can lead to a harmonious family," she added.

Hajiera said Islam teaches Muslim wives to offer themselves 100 percent to their husbands and advised women to dress attractively for their husbands.

Source: ANI
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