Women of Hell and Virgins of Paradise
Virgins of Paradise
In MEMRI TV Clip No. 4973, the "Egyptian Imam Abu Mu'adh Al-Dardiri Extols The Pleasures Of Paradise[, stating that a] . . . Man Will Have 100 Virgins In One Morning."
But first, from the hadith, bad news for women:
In a recent Friday sermon, Imam Abu Mu'adh Al-Dardiri said that out of every 100 dwellers of Hell, 30 are men and 70 are women . . . . "Most of those who will enter the gates of Hell are women. Most of the dwellers of Hell are women. Out of every 100 dwellers of Hell, 30 are men and 70 are women. In other words, for every three men in Hell there are seven women.More women are headed for hell, I guess, if we can believe Muhammad. And that's not all - also from the hadith, bad news for the virgins of Paradise:
Al-Dardiri further said, citing the Prophet Muhammad, that in Paradise, a man will have the strength of a hundred men and will have a hundred virgins in a single morning . . . . "The Prophet Muhammad said, with regard to the black-eyed virgins of Paradise: 'A man will lie on his back in Paradise for 70 years...' He will enjoy those virgins of Paradise on a regular basis."Eventually, though, the tables will turn - along with other furniture, like beds - for the virgins will have had enough:
"[B]ut at some point, a virgin will come to him, and will slap him on the shoulders."The bed has clearly turned, for the man is no longer on his back, else he could not be slapped there. What kind of an unexpected slap is this? Al-Dardiri tries to explain it away as a kind kind of slap:
"This is a pampering slap, a slap of love. Some men like this. A man likes to be slapped by a woman, as long as it's not on the neck."Sorry, Dardiri, this one's a slap on the neck - the back of the neck - and this "slap of love" signals that sadomasochism is now to begin, with the virgins in charge, and that's when the man finds out that the virgins of Paradise are really the women of Hell (thereby explaining why there are so many of them), and boy has their time come!
According to Memri, this 'sermon' was preached at Al-Salam Mosque in Giza, Egypt, on May 8 and afterwards posted on the Internet, which is why we are now confronted with this nonsense that passes for a sermon in Islam. Exactly what sort of moral lesson are we supposed to draw from this foretaste of glory divine?