23 September, 2009

Polygamy , Sex DVD - 1Bolehsia

Emergence of a club that advocates polygamy has set alarm bells ringing in Malaysia where the top clergy sees it as a 'front' for an armed outfit that preached 'deviant' Islam till it was banned in 1994.

Ikhwan Polygamy Club urges all Muslim women to keep an open mind about polygamous marriages.

'Polygamy is the most practical approach, an effective cure to a woman's desire,' says Hatija Aam, second wife of Ashari Mohammed, who was also one of the leaders of the former Al-Arqam that was banned for being a cult preaching 'deviation' in Islamic practices.

She proposes polygamy 'as an alternative to those who practise free sex' and also invites prostitutes to join the movement since it wants to 'free everyone'.

Polygamy is permitted for Muslims who are the majority population in Malaysia, but it remains a subject of animated debate.

Opened last month, the club is managed by Global Ikhwan Sdn Bhd, a corporate body.


At the mean time, it was reported that the sex DVD featuring suspended MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek has resurfaced just before the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) on Oct 10, bringing the party's internal conflict to another level.

An unknown "third force" is said to be redistributing the DVD to fuel the anger of Chua's supporters against party president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat.

The DVD is allegedly being distributed to the central delegates as well as some Barisan Nasional leaders.

MCA non-governmental organisation liaison bureau chief Datuk Ti Lian Ker said there is a "hidden hand" in the DVD issue that has damaged MCA as a credible political party.

"There is indeed a third force from within the party intending to exploit and inflict maximum damage to the personality and credibility of both Ong and Chua with little or no love for the party," he said.

The third force wanted to control MCA's leadership for its personal motive and agenda.

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