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/mam Bukhari writes in Sahih Bukhari an incomplete Hadith 
which allowed Anal Sex according to Imam Muhammad ibn Jarir 
al-Tabari, Jalaludeen Sayuti and others. Imam Bukhari did not 
write any Hadith prohibiting Anal Sex & Imam Tirmidhi first 
writes in Sunan al-Tirmidhi, a Hadith prohibiting Anal Sex and 
then told that this Hadith is weak according to Imam Bukhari! 



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F/rsf Revelation of Quran Verse, then Confusion with Traditions 

(Sahih Bukhari) tf Ai^S"^ 

Whenever Ibn 'Umar recited the Qur'an, he would not speak to anyone till he had 
finished his recitation. Once I held the Qur'an and he recited Surat-al-Baqara from his 
memory and then stopped at a certain Verse and said, "Do you know in what 
connection this Verse was revealed? " I replied, "No. " He said, "It was revealed in 
such-and-such connection. " Ibn 'Umar then resumed his recitation. Nafi added 
regarding the Verse:— "So go to your tilth when or how you will" Ibn 'Umar said, "It 
means one should approach his wife in . . " (Dash, Dash, Dash.) 

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It was narrated by Abu Kilaba, narrated by Abdel Samad, who said that it was narrated 
by his father who narrated from Ayub, narrated from Nafi', narrated by Ibn Umar who 
said that (Sura 2:223), 'Your wives are as a tilth unto you: so approach your tilth when 

or how you will' means (/Ji (f) in anus. 



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Narrated by Abdel Samad, who said that it was narrated by his father who narrated 
from Ayub, narrated from Nafi', narrated by Ibn Umar who said that (Sura 2:223), 'Your 
wives are as a tilth unto you: so approach your tilth when or how you will" Ibn 'Umar 
said, "It means one should approach his wife in . . " (Dash, Dash, Dash.), Hamidi said: 

(2y*i) in vagina. 






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Companions of the Prophet 

Bukhari :: Book 5 :: Volume 57 :: Hadith 1 16 

Narrated Abu Wail: 

When AH sent Ammar and Al-Hasan to (the people of) Kufa to 
urge them to fight, Ammar addressed them saying, "I know that 
she (i.e. Aisha) is the wife of the Prophet in this world and in 
the Hereafter (world to come), but Allah has put you to test, 
whether you will follow Him (i.e. Allah) or her. " 




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Jamaat-al-Muslimeen & Study Hadith by Quran 

Jamaat-al-muslimeen left a comment 

See word (DUBUR MAIN) brackets k ander hay. Matlab wo hadith ka tarjuma hi 
nahin. Doosri bat jo turn kaho gay, phir khali jaga q hay? See it is a great proof 
of CARE about Ahadith, no-one in 1250 years added a word in that space, q k 
sab ne is bat ko samajh liya. 

Study Hadith by Quran replied: 

Great proof of CARE about Ahadith that in 1250 years Imam Tabari and others 
added the word "in anus". 

Jamaat-al-muslimeen left a comment 

Ap ki juraat ko salam hai k ap nay yahan wo word add kia jo Waheed uz 
Zamaan k asal tarjumay k sath sath Arabi mattan main bhi nahin. Ab yeh 
yaqinan kisi shia ya brelvi ka hi kam ho sakta hay ya phr Hadith k munkir ka. Ap 
k aik bhai band nay kaha k bukhari o muslim k authenticity sabit karo yeh to 
insano k hath ki likhi huee kitabain hain agar apka bhi yahi opnion hay to. 

Study Hadith by Quran replied: 

Imam Tabari and other Tafseer authors ki juraat ko salam hai k, they quoted 
complete Hadith. 

Jamaat-al-muslimeen left a comment 

Jo bhi add karay ga uskay he zimma rahay ga. Alhamdo Lilian Sahi Bukhari k 
kisi bhi rayej nuskhay main yeh alfaz nahin hain. Study Hadith by Quran and 
Understand Hadith by Quraan, kheeti wahi hoti hay jahan beej boya jata hay, 
na k pathar, agar soch saknay ki salahiyat ho to sochiye ga k kia kabhi kisi nain 
pathreeli zameen main khait banaya hai? 

Jamaat-al-muslimeen left a comment 

main nain pehlay apko kisi comment main yeh bata diya hay k jahan Quraan 
main Zikr ka lafz wahi k liye istemaal hua hay us say murad Quran o Hadith he 
hain warna Quraan k liye to Lafz Quraan he kafi tha. "hum ne he is (ZIKR) ko 
naazil kia hay aur hum he is ki hifazat karnay walay hain. 

Study Hadith by Quran replied: 



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Hadees E Rasool Par Aiterazat Aur Ghair Ahle Hadees Ki Gaalio k 

Jawabat 

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5 Jamaat-al-Muslimeen & Study Hadith by Quran 

5 ?<£ Z^k r *\\£% T Yj±**$i&?\$-± m 4*-?\T/ 

Hadees E Rasool Par Aiterazat Aur Ghair Ahle Hadees Ki 

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44 Sahih Bukhari (Reprint Edition) Said on Sex Matters "in Anus" 

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Sahih Bukhari is Silent (Dash) about Sex Matters: Arabic Urdu 

50 English 

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50 Urdu Translator Does Tahrif Of Hadiths When He Finds The Text Uncomfortable 

52 Pakistani Edition of Printed Sahih Bukhari Allows Anal Sex 

53 -;Js j</>Anal Sex Or Intercourse And Islam (www.noorclinic.com) 

55 See What Bukhari Does 

55 Ibn Hajar said in Fath al Baari 

Difference between "Intercourse in Vagina from Anal Side" & 

56 "Intercourse in Anus" 

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61 How many Books are required for Sexual Education in Islam? 

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71 Entire Collection of Hadith Is Available In Over 100 Books 

No Narratives on the Prohibition of Anal Sex In Sahih Bukhari, 
the Sahih Muslim and the Mu'atta Imaam Malik And Directives of 

73 theSharfah 

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Ibn Umar Misunderstood (The Qur'anic Verse, So Come To Your 
76 Tilth However You Will) 

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79 But He (Ibn 'Umar) Misunderstood 

81 Interpretation of Al-Baqarah - verse 223 

91 Translation of Arabic Text: Anal Sex 

95 Tafseer Tabari is not silent about Sex Matters (Arabic) 

1 04 Said on Sex Matters "in Anus" 

115 Tafsir Durre Mansor J1 told about Anal Sex (Urdu) 

125 Bukhari & Tabari said: "in Anus" 

130 ^ijc^'ifV 

131 In How Many Books Islam Was Completed? 

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1 34 A Further Clarification of Sexual Behavior 

145 Tafsir Ibn Kathir J1 Told About Anal Sex 

Tafsire Mazhari J1 Told That All 20 Ahadith Prohibiting Anal Sex 
152 Are Weak (Urdu) 

1 59 Tafsire Mazhari J1 Told About Anal Sex 

161 After Hardship Cometh Ease (Anal Sex) 

161 The Muslim-Jewish Polemic Over Sexual Positions 

1 63 Definition of Anus Dubar in Dictionary 

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1 64 Dubar Translation 

1 64 Anus Translation 

165 Vagina Translation 

166 Jamiy-Tirmidhi-Vol-2-Part-1 

Tafseer Tafsir Durre Mansor is not silent about Sex Matters 

170 (Arabic) 

171 Sexual Etiquettes in Tafsir 

171 »> — ^I232-J> — ^1142: Ib-jT^j^S d^PuJl 

) O/ ^wTafsir Durre Mansor J1 Told That All 20 Ahadith ( 
1 88 Prohibiting Anal Sex Are Weak (Arabic) 

190 Sexual Etiquettes in Tafsir (Bukhari & Tabari said: "in Anus") 

203 j^Jjit (Oral sex) j^J^hitdAnal sex) 

204 Ref: urdu.understanding-islam.net 

205 Darulifta-Deoband.Org & Sex 

The Sahaba And Tabaeen Deemed Sodomy With Women To Be 

206 Permissible 

With My Slave Girl, Penetration Became Difficult Hence I 
206 Sought the Assistance of Oil 

211 Re: Sodomi (Anal Sex) Dalam Islam 

212 Tafseer Tabari is not silent about Sex Matters 

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217 Arabic to English translation 

Tafseer Durre Mansor is not silent about Sex Matters (Web Site) 

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226 Ibn Hajar said in Fath al Baari (Arabic) 

Anal Sex discussed in Tafseer Al-Mizan -Vol-1 By the late 
231 Allamah Muhammad Hussain Tabatabai 

231 Chapter 2 - Al-Baqarah (The Cow), Verses 222-223 

231 Commentary 

234 Traditions 



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Narrated AbuHurayrah : 

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: If anyone resorts to a 
diviner and believes in what he says (according) to the version of 
Musa), or has intercourse with his wife (according to the agreed 
version) when she is menstruating, or has intercourse with his wife 
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Book 1, Number 0203: 

Narrated Ali ibn AbuTalib: 

The Apostle of Allah (peace_be_upon_him) said: The eyes 

of the anus, so one who sleeps should perform ablution. 

Book 11, Number 2157: 

Narrated AbuHurayrah: 

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: He who has intercourse with his 

wife 

through her anus is accursed. 

Book 29, Number 3895: 

Narrated AbuHurayrah: 

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: If anyone resorts to a diviner and 

believes in what he says (according) to the version of Musa), or has 

intercourse with his wife (according to the agreed version) when she is 

menstruating, or has intercourse with his wife through her anus, he has 

nothing to do with what has been sent down to Muhammad 

(peace_be_upon_him) - 

according to the version of Musaddad. 

Abdullah ibn Abbas 

MISHKATAL-MASABIH 

3191 

Allah's Messenger (peace_be_upon_him) received the revelation, "Your 

wives are a tilth to you, so come to your tilth ", that means from in front or 

behind, but avoid the anus and intercourse during menstruation. 

Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah transmitted it. 

Khuzaymah ibn Thabit 

MISHKATAL-MASABIH 

3192 

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said, "Allah is not ashamed of the truth. 
Do not have intercourse with women through the anus." 

Ahmad, Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah and Darimi transmitted it. 

Abdullah ibn Abbas 

MISHKATAL-MASABIH 

3195 

Allah's Messenger (peace_be_upon_him) said, "Allah will not look at a man 
who has intercourse with a man or a woman through the anus." 

Tirmidhi transmitted it. 



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In addition, Imam Ahmad reported that AM bin Talaq (Ali ibn Talq) said, 
"Allah's Messenger forbade anal sex with women, for Allah does not shy 
away from truth." Abu *lsa At-Tirmidhi also reported this Hadith and said, 
"Hasan". 

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Abu Muhammad 'Abdullah bin 'Abdur-Rahman Darimi reported in his 
Musnad that Said bin Yasar Abu Hubab said: I said to Ibn 'Umar, "What 
do you say about having sex with women in the rear" He said, "What 
does it mean" I said, "Anal sex." He said, "Does a Muslim do that" This 
Hadith has an authentic chain of narrators and is an explicit rejection of 

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anal sex from Ibn N Umar. 

Abu Bakr bin Ziyad Naysaburi reported that Ismail bin Ruh said that he 
asked Malik bin Anas, "What do you say about having sex with women 
in the anus" He said, "You are not an Arab Does sex occur but in the 
place of pregnancy Do it only in the Farj (vagina)." I said, "O Abu 
'Abdullah! They say that you allow that practice." He said, "They utter a 
lie about me, they lie about me." This is Malik's firm stance on this 
subject. It is also the view of Said bin Musayyib, Abu Salamah, Ikrimah, 
Tawus, N Ata , Said bin Jubayr, 'Urwah bin Az-Zubayr, Mujahid bin Jabr, 
Al-Hasan and other scholars of the Salaf (the Companions and the 
following two generations after them). They all, along with the majority of 
the scholars, harshly rebuked the practice of anal sex and many of them 
called this practice a Kufr. 

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Narrated AbuHurayrah : 

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: If anyone resorts to a diviner 
and believes in what he says (according) to the version of Musa), or has 
intercourse with his wife (according to the agreed version) when she is 
menstruating, or has intercourse with his wife through her anus, he has 
nothing to do with what has been sent down to Muhammad 
(peace_be_upon_him) - according to the version of Musaddad. 

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woman.) 

At-Tirmidhi said, "Hasan Gharib." This is also the narration that Ibn 
Hibban collected in his Sahih, while Ibn Hazm stated that this is an 
authentic Hadith. 

In addition, Imam Ahmad reported that 'Ali bin Talaq said, "Allah's 
Messenger forbade anal sex with women, for Allah does not shy away 
from truth." Abu *lsa At-Tirmidhi also reported this Hadith and said, 
"Hasan". 

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Sahih Bukhari is Silent (Dash) about Sex Matters: Arabic Urdu English 

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Urdu Translator Does Tahrif Of Hadiths When He Finds The Text 

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Bukhari :: Book 6 :: Volume 60 :: Hadith 50 

Narrated Nafi': 

Whenever Ibn 'Umar recited the Qur'an, he would not speak to 
anyone till he had finished his recitation. Once I held the Qur'an and he 
recited Surat-al-Baqara from his memory and then stopped at a certain 
Verse and said, "Do you know in what connection this Verse was 
revealed? " I replied, "No. " He said, "It was revealed in such-and-such 
connection. " Ibn 'Umar then resumed his recitation. Nafi added regarding 
the Verse :-"So go to your^^ when or how you will" Ibn 'Umar said, "It 
means one should approach his wife in . . " (Dash, Dash, Dash.) 



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See the two different versions of translation of the same narration. 

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See What Bukhari Does 

Abdullah Ibne Umar was reciting the Qur'an. When he reached verse 
2:223, he asked Naaf'e whether he knew the application of this verse. Then he 
went on to explain: "Your women are your tilths therefore go to your tilths, as 
you please. If you wish, go into her (Bukhari 2:729). 

It is astounding that even the original Arabic text leaves a blank space 
here. 

Ref: Islam: The True History and False Beliefs by Shabbir Ahmed, M. D. 

Ibn Hajar said in Fath al Baari 

AlBukhaari narrated from Naafi' from Ibn Umar (may Allaah be pleased 
with him): "so go to your tilth when or how you will"; he said: "He approach her 
from ..." 

Ibn Hajar Said In Fath AlBaari (8/189): He May Approach Her in Her Back 
Passage 

This is how it appears in all the texts. It does not mention what 
comes after the word "from". End quote. 

And he quoted what is mentioned in some reports elsewhere than in 
Saheeh alBukhaari, that Ibn 'Umar said: He may approach her in her back 
passage, that is, Anal Sex. 



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When a man has intercourse with his wife through the vagina but being 
on her back, the child will have squint, so the verse came down:" Your 
wives are your tilth; go then unto your tilth as you may desire" (ii. 223) 



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The Book of Marriage (Kitab Al-Nikah) 

Muslim :: Book 8 : Hadith 3364 

Jabir (b. Abdullah) (Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Jews 
used to say that when one comes to one's wife through the vagina, but 
being on her back, and she becomes pregnant, the child has a squint. 
So the verse came down:" Your wives are your tilth; go then unto your 
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The Book of Marriage (Kitab Al-Nikah) 

Muslim :: Book 8 : Hadith 3365 

This hadith has been reported on the authority ofJabir through another 
chain of transmitters, but in the hadith transmitted on the authority of 
Zuhri there is an addition (of these words):" If he likes he may (have 
intercourse) being on the back or in front of her, but it should be through 
one opening (vagina). " 






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Question: 

Assalam U Alaekum 

I really appreciate your work. 

Please, I want to know the all books of Hadith in which I can find all the 
Hadith available, from which other books might have been derived. 

Yours sincerely, 

Kazi Muhammad Umar 

Hyderabad, Pakistan 

Dear Brother 

Wa alaikum us salaam wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuhu 

Many thanks for your kind comments. It will be great if you please 
introduce yourself. 

Regarding your question, entire collection of Hadith is available in over 
1 00 books. Fortunately, they are available now in soft format. See the following 
links: 

For Word Format: http://www.almeshkat.net/books/index.php See the 
section "Al-Hadith wa Kutub us Sunnah" 

For Scanned PDF Format: http://www.waqfeya.net . See the section "Al- 
Hadith us Sharif wa U'loomuhu" 

This collection includes Sahih & Za'eef, all type of Hadith. If you manage 
to collect Sihah Sitta, Musnad Ahmed, Musannaf Ion Abi Sheba & Tabrani, you 
can get almost 95% of Ahadith. 

Remember in your prayers 

wassalaam 

Mubashir 

Sep 2009 

Assalam U Alaekum 

I am a programmer and a 3d animator, I have been studying Hadith and 
its knowledge for several years (but not proffesional one) I have hundred of 
books of Hadith in soft format but what I am interested in is, knowing a number 
of handful of books in which I can get the whole Ahadith without leaving a single 
one. 

I heard about you from a friend whose name is Atif, he told me that he 
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Dear Brother 

Wa alaikum us salaam wa Rahmatullah 

Nice to hear about you. It is very nice that you have a strong interest in 
religion along with your profession. Some scholars in the past tried to prepare a 
comprehensive collection of all available Ahadith. For example, Imam Jalal ud 
Din Sayouti prepared a collection t*tj*Jt £**. It is available at: 

http://www.almeshkat. net/books/open. php?cat=8&book=2307 

All of these efforts were one-man efforts because working in teams was 
not the style of that time. Now it is possible to make a comprehensive collection 
due to development in IT. You can see the software of www.turath.com and 
Maktaba Shamela at www.shamela.ws . They have tried to collect all available 
books in Hadith at one place. 

Practically it was a difficult task in earlier centuries because the books 
other than Sihah Sitta were not commonly available. Now it is possible due to a 
huge amount of work done on the books other than Sihah Sitta. 

I'll really appreciate if you please share your views, comments and 
questions on the Hadith course I've developed. 

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Mubashir 

Sep 2009 

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No Narratives on the Prohibition of Anal Sex In Sahih Bukhari, the Sahih 
Muslim and the Mu'atta Imaam Malik And Directives of the Shari ah 

"Keeping in view the condition of these narratives (as discussed in full 
article, given later), it should be quite obvious why I have not based my 
argument on these narratives. Though the referred narratives have been 
reported in some of the collections of hadith, yet I cannot call the contents of 
these narratives " directives of the Shari ah '. There are two reasons for this. 
Firstly because, as is pretty obvious from the discussion above that the sanad 
(chain of narrators) of these narratives is not reliable to qualify for ascription of 
the saying to the Prophet (pbuh). This weakness in sanad is actually a 
hinderance for me in ascribing something to the Prophet (pbuh) which has not 
reached us through reliable sources. Secondly, because in my opinion, the 
nature of Khabr-e-wahid (hadith) is such that it does not allow us to base the 
directives of Shari'ah on it alone. It seems that even if the Prophet (pbuh) had 
said something about the prohibition of anal sex, it should be placed as a 
natural prohibition (as I have done in my referred answer) rather than a 
prohibition of the Shari'ah. Prohibitions mentioned in khabr-e-wahid (hadith) 
are those that are either natural prohibitions or clear corollories of prohibitions 
mentioned in the Qur'an (Shari'ah). Unless a prohibition mentioned in a khabr- 
e-wahid (hadith) clearly relates to a natural prohibition or is clearly related to a 
prohibition mentioned in the Qur'an, the ascription of such khabr-e-wahid 
(hadith) to the Prophet (pbuh) becomes quite questionable. 

In the referred case, although it is quite clear that prohibition of anal sex is 
a natural prohibition but the reason that I avoided quoting these narratives 
ascribed to the Prophet (pbuh) was that, in my opinion, the sanad of these 
narratives is not reliable enough to ascribe these to the Prophet (pbuh). 

Moreover, we see that none of the three most accepted collections of the 
sayings ascribed to the Prophet (pbuh), that is the Sahih Bukhari, the Sahih 
Muslim and the Mu'atta Imaam Malik contain any of these narratives ascribed 
to the Prophet (pbuh). This fact obviously, creates serious doubts regarding the 
ascription of such narratives to the Prophet (pbuh). 

I hope this helps. In case any aspect of my answer remains unclear, 
please feel free in writing back to me at your convenience". 

Regards 

The Learner 

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Bukhari :: Book 5 :: Volume 57 :: Hadith 116 

Narrated Abu Wail: 

When AH sent Ammar and Al-Hasan to (the people of) Kufa to urge 
them to fight, Ammar addressed them saying, "I know that she (i.e. 
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to come), but Allah has put you to test, whether you will follow Him (i.e. 
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Marriage (Kitab Al-Nikah) 

Dawud :: Book 1 1 : Hadith 21 59 

Narrated Abdullah | Abbas: 

Ibn Umar misunderstood (the Qur'anic verse, "So come to your tilth 
however you will")--may Allah forgive him. The fact is that this clan of the 
Ansar, who were idolaters, lived in the company of the Jews who were 
the people of the Book. They (the Ansar) accepted their superiority over 
themselves in respect of knowledge, and they followed most of their 
actions. The people of the Book (i.e. the Jews) used to have intercourse 
with their women on one side alone (i.e. lying on their backs). This was 
the most concealing position for (the vagina of) the women. This clan of 
the Ansar adopted this practice from them. But this tribe of the Quraysh 
used to uncover their women completely, and seek pleasure with them 
from in front and behind and laying them on their backs. 

When the muhajirun (the immigrants) came to Medina, a man married a 
woman of the Ansar. He began to do the same kind of action with her, 
but she disliked it, and said to him: We were approached on one side 
(i.e. lying on the back); do it so, otherwise keep away from me. This 
matter of theirs spread widely, and it reached the Apostle of Allah 
(peace_be_upon_him). 

So Allah, the Exalted, sent down the Qur'anic verse: "Your wives are a 
tilth to you, so come to your tilth however you will," i.e. from in front, from 
behind or lying on the back. But this verse meant the place of the 
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Hisham narrated on the authority of his father that it was mentioned to 
'A'isha that II | 'Umar had narrated as marfu' hadith from the Apostle of 
Allah (may peace be upon him) that the dead would be punished in the 
grave because of the lamentation of his family for him. Upon this she 
said: He (| | 'Umar) missed (the point). The Messenger of Allah (may 
peace be upon him) had (in fact) said: He (the dead) is punished for his 
faults or for his sins, and the members of his family are wailing for him 
now. (This misunderstanding of \:\ 'Umar is similar to his saying: ) The 
Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) stood by the well in which 
were lying the dead bodies of those polytheists who had been killed on 
the Day of Badr, and he said t o them what he had to say, i. e.: They hear 
what I say. But he (| ij 'Umar) misunderstood. The Holy Prophet (may 
peace be upon him) had only said: They (the dead) understand that 
what I used to say to them was truth. She then recited:" Certainly, thou 
canst not make the dead hear the call" (xxvii. 80), nor can you make 
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and the condition of the names that I used in Kmty time, and may also 
be used in the place he says:« O Mary, that I You said this is from 
God: »AI-Imran - 37, if the sense of place was the meaning of any 
place you like, and if the sense of the meaning of time in any time you 
like, and how it is useful at all, according to its meaning, especially in 
terms of the restriction by saying : if you like, and this is what I mean, it 
prevents the verse: Bring tillage, indicating that it is obligatory that it 
makes no sense to do with the obligatory return to the selection of the 
costly and gait. 

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ever in terms of where there was a portent for the launch of temporal 
and not oppose him with the verse in the previous verse: 
interpretation of the menses, and not unto them till they are 
purified of the verse, and if in time it is restricted to a verse of 
menstruation, and evidenced by the inclusion verse menstruation what 
will refuse him that abrogated verse tillage, and is a sign of verse 
menses that menstruation harm and that is why the legislation of the 
sanctity of Itianhen in menstruation and menstruation harm always, and 
meaning also that the prohibition bring in menstruation kind of 
cleansing of the filth and God loves purification always, and die on the 
slaves Pttherhm as Allah said: «What God wants to place you in 
difficulty, but he wants to purify you and complete His Favour 
to you: » Table - 6. 

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.oj>u 3I It is known that the tongue does not accept such a restriction 
is the verse: "Your wives are your tillage tilth for you like, that contains 
the first expansion, and is the reason it exists with the reason for the 
prohibition and when the legislation did not affect anything and do not 
imagine its impact after the stability of legislation and secondly on such 
as the appendix, which is the verse: and made for yourselves and 
fear Allah and know that you Mlaqoh and people who believe, 
and this statement appears: a verse that tillage is not suitable to copy 
any of menstruation, both made it down or delayed. 

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humanitarian community the proportion of tillage to humans the same 
way that tillage is needed to keep the seeds and the collection is 
nourished by it from the intake to save life and keep them as well as 
women need them type in the survival of offspring and Time kind 

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because God made the human and imagine article image in 
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some original material slashes Mnattvp them, and make between the 
two teams love and mercy, and if so, the purpose of formative of this 
scarab is to provide the means for survival of our species there is no 
meaning to restrict this work well without time, or money without the 
place if leading to that purpose and did not compete with something 
else and a duty to himself not to be overlooked and what we show the 
meaning of the verse and made for yourselves. 

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oLjlJJI «:u3JuaJ Jl <j*juJI 3 cPfJI cmJb- Lo $» \^J\su Jls </>lsdl />^J9iU; 

dJUjj fiJ$X>£>§J AJjJ LojlS _/Xf£jlaj 3 _/Xf£jLp*J JoaJjJ LouO Cv_SV-juOJ y0^d>jjol 3X9 (56 " 

3 i£>iJI 3 o-LxJI ol3^_*i) v_sv3 /y^S[xy^j\ 3 (ybj\JI ,_sJ| yo^iM^-J \J fi^Jj 6iL-C ^jJJ 

.ciiisdl 3 ^svsdl eg^l ^ >o^^j Says: and have made for yourselves 
and fear Allah and know that you Mlaqoh and people who 
believe, has emerged: that what is meant by saying: Ascribe to 
yourselves and speech of men or all men and women that urge to keep 
the type Baltnakh and reproduction, and God does not want type of 
rights and survival but the lives of his religion and the emergence of 
unification and worship Ptqoehm year, he says: «And what created 
the jinn and mankind except to worship Me:» Monotheism - 56, if 
ordered with something which is linked to their lives and their survival 
for he wants to bring them back to the worship of their Lord, do not 
Ikhaladhm Anhmakem to the ground and in the lusts of the abdomen 
and vagina, and in the valleys Tiham canceled and negligence. 

£ £ 

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<cLiJI 3 O3J0JU MjSl -ULttj Jljj \J sSJJI v_sOLuuu\JI gxxi^joJI t>J| O3SLJI 3 ^3Jr3JI 
cLajJ ,_sJ| eg ( _L^D3jJJ Jj Q-ujJu v_s\3 /x^J^j^JJa-oJ \J l j5J j^jJI j3>oj O^JlC jjOlSuj 3 
^32J q^JLo JLo^l 133S ^j^JLd ilj3l ii>3-X^ 3 J^uoJI cLtt+j cLibt^juj <UJl j5i 
Jls \j>S fi^jS[ i jjuu : -iujSx>S I /j^jIjI v_soJLd ^jJJ 3 fi^jujJu\ (^jJJ [$j\jjd>- 3 Lpjb^io 

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Ascribe to yourselves, and that was the breeding and provided by 
personnel Jedidi existence and formation to the humanitarian 
community, which is still losing members die, and the yard, and bent 
numbering over a lifetime but not for Mtlubithm in himself, but to reach 
him to keep the remembrance of Allah Almighty the survival of offspring 
and occurrence of individuals with good work of the valid return 
Msoubadtha and its resources to themselves and to their parents Salehi 
instigators them as he says: «and write what they and their 
works: » Yassin - 12. 

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3^> 3 <3joj\J 6ilj| 3 /xlsdlj jjo\JI »3\Lb| 3 n^93iJI ^jOlSxjj iSftjiJI i«Ij\JI U3JLo>aJ 

<UJI ul I^joJLcI 3» ^bj Jl9 <>o\LSJI ^3 giLi cUj\JI 3 ho^JI 3 <U9l>°JI 
3/>v5j3is ij+j ^ fiSsjj qjS^up* I3JU I ssl <24 - JLaJ\JI «:cul9 3 c>oJI y^u J32W 

,_sJlaJ Jji uLoj\JL) «t^>li*JI ^ojl^JUl 1 jjo vL ,JlJi; *JI >°SJ "-i*^ 3 ^JLaJI JjojJI ulS^ LoJ 
.I3JU0I txi-" 4m' M IcJ^aj j^kiusJI «0l jJu^d Lo^ (QjJuOj^oJI >jiiu 3 '.qIqsli <^o\)S 

And that what we have mentioned Itoid: that what is meant by 
presenting themselves to provide good work for the day of Resurrection, 
as he says: «On one looks at what has his hands: » news - 40, and 
he says also: «And what for yourselves, good find it with Allah is 
better and the greatest reward: »Muzzammil - 20 quoted above, 
says:« and have for yourselves and fear Allah and know that 
you Mlaqoh «etc.», a similar context to the verse: «0 ye who 
believe, fear Allah and to consider the same as what the 
morrow and fear Allah, Allah is well acquainted what you do: 
»Hashr- 18, what is meant and God knows, saying the Almighty: and 
gave yourself to make good work, and to submit children please 
righteous society, and saying the Almighty: and fear Allah, piety, good 
deeds in the Etienne tillage and non-infringement of the limits of God 
and negligence in the side of God and the violation of the tissues of 
God, and saying the Almighty: and know that you Mlaqoh «etc.», 
the command to fear God in the sense of fear on the meeting, and 

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miscalculation and that what is meant in the verse, saying the Almighty 
Hashr And fear Allah: for Allah is Aware of what ye do verse , piety, the 
sense of fear, and launch it with science and the will of the crisis and is 
the control and the reservation and prophylaxis is common in speech, 
he says: «And know that Allah comes between a man and his 
heart: » Anfal - 24, any fear Hilolth between you and your hearts and 
Since the good work and fear on account of supplies for his faith in the 
Almighty's tail, saying: humans and the faithful, as issued Hashr verse 
by saying: "0 ye who believe. 

t^'jj «^ Search Feature 

y*sx> l >c : < ^j\J I jzSJ u,^ j>S$LhjJ :,_sJ12j <\}$9 v_s\S :iv_s\_»jjLsdl jjljujJu <^s 3 
y_$3 o^i^su cv_sv-*i ssl : Jls «ul (/>\LuoJI clJLc) Ld^JI 1 >juo^JI v_syl l >c ^Mj> ,jj 
S"i>j3>jbtd uns cLajuJI oLj| And in the interpretation of Ayashi,: in the 
verse: "Your wives are your tillage verse: for Khallad bin Muammar 
Abu Hassan Reza (peace be upon him) said:" anything you say about 
the women came in Oajaizen? <LuuL eg 03^ \J <ujjuoJI JaI ol i t sjs1> ois 
0-J3 (rj> L^aii- l >o Jj>>JI usvjI li| <J$su ojIS i^fJI o| :(/>\LuoJI ^Ac) Jls 

3I >_aJL> tjjo <^s^su iyoJLL»Jj ^yj\ p&jjz* I3J L9 - /xSJ Cj_^> />S^\-ujJ :«UJl Jjjls \Jy>-\ 

■o^j^l s^ ^3fJI J3AJ ls\b* </>Ias I heard that the people of the city do 
not see anything wrong with it, he (peace be upon him): The Jews used 
to say that if a man from behind her came out and his son turn Allah 
revealed: Your wives are a tillage for you - a tilth for you like, I mean, 
behind or before, contrary to the words of the Jews in Odbarhn. 

3 L^joIas o^ :(/>UjuuJI cuJU;) JUs «iAJ| ^ :(/>UjuuJI cuJLc) JbLJI o-^ iC ^ 3 
.J-jUl u^ L^oJL> i>° An d which, for al-Sadiq (peace be upon him): He 
said in verse (peace be upon him): From her eyes and behind her in 
kisses. 

Jjs-jJI l >£ cuJLuj : Jls (/>M^uuJI cuJLc) «UJl JUX v_svl l >£ jj^u v_syl l jX <«U9 3 

lojj : Jls 3 <cLuojJI (jiubtjo 3 jyS\j\ 3 : Jls 3 dUi o>ls l^jji v_svS «=dL5il v_svjIj 
./xiijii clcL^ ys\ t jzj&mj (jOl fiSiij^ I5JL9 - < p*SJ uj^ .p^^Luou 1 j\Jl2jo And 
which, from Abu Basir from Abu Abdullah (peace be upon him) said: I 
asked him about the man comes in his family that hatched the idea and 
said: "Beware and Mhac and women, and said:" The meaning of your 
wives, till you - a tilth for you like, any time if you like. 

^sS CpM^uoJI cuJLc) LdjJI ^1 <-ujS : Jls v_sol>>=JI ju_>j ,jj £uloJI 1 >c <«us 3 

v_S\^> 3 (_Si>3J \J ci+sd 6ljjoJI 3 Lfi>jJi v_svS *g.jl^r lJ^I O j0 ^ c cJLuj <_>I.9<JI ^j3^ iCUJuo 

.qil Jls Lo^ oj^ And where, for opening more than Jorjani Ben said: "I 
wrote to the satisfaction (peace be upon him) in like, the answer I 
asked Ford who came running in her rectum and women's game does 
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<v_svsl5JI v_s\3 «ij9>o <6jjJt^ Cji+JI J^l «ijoJl l >c v_sOl2xJI o-Ld* v_s\3 oU^jJI 3 : J3SI 
JjJ \J «Ij\JI ul llsijfjojr JjJ v_svA 3 < v_s^oJLll 3 n_sv-*iiLsdl <-Sj-»-»jli-oJ 3 iv_jjJl0_JI 3 
clJLc) JbLaJI J39 Jjoc*j ul i>5^ ^-l^> <_sJ-C 3 'O-P^'-^ i>° uLi^JI i>° -*Jj»I lJ^-C 
«UJl ju-c Ul cJLajj :Jls .j3JLgj ^1 ^ «UJl jl^c <>c v_sv-*iLsdl QjJsj v_SvS CpM^uoJI 
:«0\JI oju3> )Xj /yj (jjjU \J : JI9 l j^jbtci <^3 cLuoJI uLj| k j£. (/>M^uu_II cul^) 
./>ja_*i ,_sol /xlJj^ I3JI9 fiSS ii>j=r /yS^Lujj I say: and stories in these 
meanings for many leading scholars of the house, irrigated in enough, 
and polite, and Legend Ayashi, and apical, and is indicative of all: that 
the verse does not indicate more than to come up from Kdamhn, and it 
can have a say Sadiq (peace be upon him) in the novel Ayashi Abdullah 
ibn Abi Yafour, said: I asked Abu Abdullah (peace be upon him) for 
having intercourse with women in Oajaizen said: "There is nothing 
wrong then he recited this verse:" Your wives are plowing your tilth as 
you like. 

3 <£>flJI v_s^ v-flJLaJI 1 jjo uL)\JI £d> l >d>jL>cl i_s\S uLj\JL) iljjtJI ul j^UdJI : J39I 

./>asujoJ\ ^M> ^ jjo^x> jjs> cu jLp^kiu LcxS dJUi ^jJLc «0\JL) J\Jjo_*jj\JI I say: It 
seems that to be injurious in Oajaizen is to come up from behind in the 
vagina, and verse on that reasoning, as evidenced by the news of 
Khallad bin Muammar advanced. 

jLxi\JI cjjlS : JI9 <<UJl ju-c ^ jjL> 1 >c j^Luulc ^1 £>>l :<j3iJuoJI jjJI ^^ss 3 

( Jjojj3 1 jjo yjs>j CSJ-*^ Lm-*^ L>>j»i £>juuj iJjjujS OjIj 3 < c lS2Jrljn.o LaisLuoJ v_svju 

qJJl J^uujj dJUli jjd>\s Jaij Ltx^ \J| \J :cJUs L^jL ul iljls jLa/\JI o-° &U°I 

3 LoJls sSl «fi+ljjj vjOl fiSjjZr l>ilS» : Jjjl9 G°JLuJ3 CUT9 ctJLc <UJl ^>Ld) 

.J0I3 />Lo^> ^ 03SL1 ol A^j laa-h.no 3 Ijlc19 In Durr Wallflowers,: Ibn 
Asaker Jabir bin Abdullah, said: "The fans come sleep with their women, 
and the Quraish explains explanation often married a man from Quraish 
woman from the Ansar wanted to have intercourse with her, she said: 
No, unless you do as it was told by the Messenger of Allah ( may Allah 
bless him and his family and him) revealed: «tilth for you like» any 
place and sitting and lying down after a valve in one. 

3 <«0\JI J3JJ v-huJ v_svS «ijb*j^JI 1 >C Jj>b 6Jlsjj ^jOlSJxJI IJlA v.svS LS$j Jl9 3 : J39I 

.(/>UjuJI euJLc) LdjJI o-c °^ ^j!s>JI ojjo AS I say: it was narrated in this 
sense in many ways from the companions in the cause of the descent of 
the verse, and has passed the novel on which Reza (peace be upon 
him). 

£jjJI v_svS uLj\JI 03^ t>c «0L5 < J0I3 dJULmjuo ys*s ssl J0I3 />Ltx^D i_s*>s '.oJ^s 3 

Ld>33j icLuajJI jLol ^jo uLj\JI cLoj^- v_svS p^B^> 1 jjo 6jJl5[juo 0UI3JJI ul9 iJoiiS 
J3S 3 i (/xJLuJ3 cj I3 clJ-C «UJ I ,_svJLo) v_sv-J I o^ *V L^^aJ I ^jo 6 JlC ^^ 6jjJ^ >3>!^ 

Ljb«^>l «U3j Lo ,_sJ-c 6jl)J_*ju «i^ilj5 tjJLc jl3<»JI 3A ul^ u| 3 OjjJI Jj>I «LoJl 

I^SLjuouoJO yoJ (/>\LuoJI yo^jJLc) >x^jl \J| (/>MjjoJI /x^jJLc) >o^jJ| «U3^>3joJI /y^Sjhii 

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u| StS^Lj c\J^i u|» : Jls I-bc^J 1 >C Qj\$s> tjJlaj <\}$su clJ-C I^JjuL<jjI Jj cljLj 

$& 3 «uL) yo^JLc «(/>\LuaJI cijlc) » i>b>£ ^s> '71 - >=«^*JI «:i>J^^ />jlS 
.o\jsd\ 1 jjo cv_svjiu />&sz}\ ^ljuoJl) /J 3 ^3>iJI 03JJJJ \J >o^jl >oJLs2j And saying: 
In the valve, and one that is, in the conduct of one, a metaphor for the 
universe to come up in the vagina only, novels Mtcatherp of their ways 
in the sanctity of come up from the declining of women, they told in 
many ways from a number of companions of the Prophet (Allah bless 
him and his family), and the words Ahlulbait and that was the passport 
to the very hatred of what our companions narrated Boutrgahm 
connected to them (peace be upon them), they (peace be upon them) 
did not adhere to the Almighty, saying: "Your wives are your tillage 
tilth for you like the verse, but also over the statement quoted him 
saying says a story about Lot: he said: «These daughters if you are 
active: » Stone - 71, where he offered «(peace be upon him)» them his 
daughters and he knows they do not want chicken and did not rule in 
some copies of the Koran. 

«UJl Ju-C j>£ sSgj JlO.9 <<Jjb*^JI 1 jjo b$$j IcxjS clJ-C JjiLLo jjX dJi gx> _>cx5L=*JI 3 
<\j C»3jj \J \§i\& P*&>\ vP^&x-C 3 sSjJLaJI Jj^Z-aju v_syl 3 tjJiJul \JJ dJULo 3 jjo^C tjj 
uj (_svJ^>- c^_i\JI /xSJ CjjZ* /x^LuuJ I^jJlaJ ctK^&j bj\y? ^jJLc C^JuLjuoj \§i\& 3 LujIj 

.oj\^t oLJ cJjj Loj| «b\JI ol jjox i>j' o^ <J3i^oJI With the government and 
that is not agreed upon by the narrated the hadeeth of the prophet, has 
narrated from Abdullah bin Omar and Malik bin Anas and Abu Sa'eed 
and others: they do not see anything wrong with it and they were just 
used on his passport, saying the Almighty: "Your wives are your tillage 
verse so that transferred from Ibn Umar that the verse, but I got to 
show his passport. 

v_sJ Jls : Jls £SU l >£ Ijuljuuuo dJULo v_jJI>£ v_svS v_svJo9jljJI l >£ <j3iJuoJI jjJI y^stS 

!gsu U *o-».noJI l _ s dr; dLmjuol \ > os^ o-J In Durr Wallflowers, for Daaraqutni 
oddity in entrusting the beneficial owner said: Ibn Umar said to me: 
caught on the Koran, wholesome! pS] Cjy> pS>^-^> <«_s^ ^1 ^^ l^ 
Scu\}\ si£> cJjj i>°^ &^ u U s^jjj :v_sJ Jls </>ja_*i ^1 /x5j>> I^jLs - Recited 
until he came on, your wives, till you - a tilth for you like, told me: "0 
Nafi know who this verse was revealed? i>° J-^-j s^ cJjj : Jls <\J :cJs 

<Jj» J*S$LuJJ» «UJl Jjjls <dJUi> jjjjLII /dd^ls Ldijji v_svS «Ul>ol vLol jL^i^l 

.Ujji uns I said: No, he said: I got a man from the Ansar struck his wife 
in her rectum time greatest people, the God revealed «wives cultivate 
a tilth for you if you like» verse, I said to him: in her rectum before 
it said not only in her rectum. 

:j-JI ju-c ^1 Jls 3 : Jls <6jjJt5 Jj>!ai jjo^c ^1 l >c ^jOlsxJI IJl^ ^ss ls$j 3 : J3sl 
.6j3^jkiuo «Ulc qs^jsld 'ZszjptsG jjcxc ^1 l >c ^jOlsxJI IJl^j «v*I3_jJ 1 1 say: and Roy 

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in this sense that Ibn Omar in many ways, he said: and Ibn Abdul-Barr 
said: The novel in this sense that Ibn Omar correct known him famous. 

v_s\S t53b*JaJI 3 jj>> &j\ 3 ^_sJLs2j 3jI 3 Qj$£>\j <jj\ £j3*l :L-ojI i^giJuoJI jjJI v_s\S 3 

vL-ol ^>J <j| IsSjJCsJI -Ij^Z-ajJ i_Syl 1 >C l >jmJL> JuljuOJ CL^ijjO ^1 3 jU\JI (JSLkiuO 

I3JI9 - /x5J Cjjz* />S$LujJ cJjjl9 <dJUi> cuJLc ^jjLII j5L»l9 <La > ji v_s\S «ul>ol 
.<lAJI 1>0 ja_*i ,_sol/x5jjj> In Durr Wallflowers, too: Ibn Raahawayh and 
Abu AN and Ibn Jarir and Tahhaawi in problem Mrdoih effects and I'm a 
good chain from Abu Sa'eed al: The man hit his wife in her rectum, so it 
denied people, wreaking Your wives are your tillage - tillage Bring 
wherever you like, the verse. 

: Jl9 iv_s0b>-j3jJI uLovJLuu v_syl 1 >C dULo 6I3J v_s\S v_j_Jaidl £j3*l LojI iQ+3 3 

.jjjJI ^ss JJ\UJI ^^3 i>c (jjojI oj dJLo cJLuj And where, also directed 
the owner of the narrators of al-Khatib Abu Suleiman Aljosjani, said: "I 
asked Maalik ibn Anas from homo Allail in the anus. ^LuJI \^sJ Jlis 
.«u£ sr^-^L cJLajlc He said to me: I washed my head at him. 

i/x_*jjUUI ,jj <UJl Ju-C 1 >C £>sJI OJ &+^' vJW>b 1 jjo i^btJoJI £j3-l :LJqjI iCi+S 3 
oIjjoJI SrSvbs Iv-S^sj J^b" cul v.svS dLkiu v_svJl)^ v_svS CO sS_U9l l_L>l <Sj^\ lo : Jls 

TIjLd* (jjo 1 jjjI c S: sv-*i <-sls :Jl9/>J </x5J o>^ /x^^LuaJ :[>9yoJ Ldijji v_sv9 And it, 
too: out of Tahhaawi through the vagina repaint bin Abdullah bin 
Qasim, said: "What I realized no one followed him in my religion that he 
doubted the old means: turn the woman in her rectum and then read:" 
Your wives are your tillage, and then said: "Anything Abyan Who is this? 

LoJl />ji>3l cU jStSL) «UJl 3 jjoX ^1 uj : Jl9 (jjjL-C ^1 1 >C 1^3!^ v_syl l > iLJ,jU St^ 9 

£ £ £ 

J^il /yjb 3 ^3-£J ij^ SrS^-^l l-X-fl> &o i>*3 J-^l .A^ 3 jL^aJ^I CH St* *^ l-X^> ul^ 
3 p^\sB 1 jjo jjJtSj U3JOiL) l^jlStS i/xJUJI <>s& p^As^- ^o9 .AgJ y&X ul^ 3 n_»l-*^ 
O3IJ Lo jjI dJUi 3 ^j^ yS^Z- ^1 cLuuuJI I3JL) \J ul v^i^JI J-fi>l >ol i>° ^^ 

£ £ £ 

v_so*JI I-L& ul£ 3 <>o^L29 l >o dJUJu l3_L=*l AS jLaj\JI l >o v-S^I '-^ <jl£ 3 '^IjjoJI 
3 oljjJuo 3 o\LjLo C^ijJuO 3 iljAJuo b>-j_*jj cLuojJI U3J>-jjuaj ( Jjojj3 1 jjo 

£ £ 

V^iS jLaj\JI 1 jjo 6ljjol >xp-ijO J^>-j CSJ-* c '-»J-)^oJI iJfj^prlgjoJI yoAS LaJs oLiiijuajo 

\J| 3 dJUi &Ju^>ls <-9>> t^J-c tjvJ^j L^ Loj| :cJUs «uJLc «Uj5uls dUi L^j gju^u 

/x^ILaju : Jj> 3 >£ «UJl Jjjl9 <<UJl J3_*jjj dJUi gJLi Lcx^jjoI tSj^uuiS v_svJLAJii^-ls 
v_Svjl2j lOLiLLLJuajo 3 oljjJuo 3 oM-jJLo i3l i/jJlLjuj ^jOl /x5jjJ>- I3JL9 - >o>SJ Oj^> 
l j^ LqjI <_Sj3-I »3>laj (j^iJuoJI jjJI ksS 1.5^3,1^^1 6 'S-> 3 -J^l UJ3JI &^>3jo dJUij 

iU jjLx oj! o-^ '-J^b«^> And in Sunan Abu Dawood, Ibn Abbas said: Ibn 
Umar and God will forgive him but that he deceived the neighborhood 
of the Ansar and the people are living with this idol of the Jews and they 
are People of the Book, and it was them, they see them as well as in 
science, were oriented to much of their reaction and it was the people 
of the book is that women do not come only on the character, and that 
the impact of what women are, and this was the neighborhood of 
supporters have taken this from their actions, and this was the living 

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from the Quraish explain women's explanation of evil, and are enjoying 
the appetizers and housekeepers and Mstlkiet migrants came when the 
city, including a woman married a man from the Ansar went to make 
out that it Vonkerth She said: "We were only congratulations on the 
character, then do that and instruct them to only Vajtnebeni Explain 
that reached the Messenger of Allah, Allah revealed the Almighty:" Your 
wives are your tillage - Bring be born if you like, any appetizer and 
housekeepers and Mstlkiet, which means that the subject of a child: I 
say: and narrated by Suyuti in Al-Durr Wallflowers, in other ways also 
Mujahid from Ibn Abbas. 

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Hassan in it, protested the son of Hassan that tillage can only be in the 
vagina and said to him: it is the only vagina taboo Valtzmh said: a saw 
if intercourse with her between her legs, or in Oekanha Aloekan 
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drape of the flesh of the abdomen in a plow that: he said: No, he said, 
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Abi Hatim Saeed bin Jabir, he said: "Whilst I was sitting, and Mujahid by 
Ibn Abbas as a man came to him and said: healed, not a verse of 
menstruation? ^ o^^ls '-^92 ljJI y^u^xJI o^ ^LisJL^m 3 :I>9L9 ^sl> :Jls 
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then read: And they ask you about menstruation to say: Votohn from 
where God has commanded you, he said: Ibn Abbas: In terms of 
blood was then ordered to come and said: How the verse" Your wives 
are your tillage tilth for you like? S'o^p* o^ jjjJI s^ 3 <^H9 <ssl : JUs He 
said: that is, scratching, and in the back passage of the plow? Lo olS 3J 

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from the job if I came here from here, but wherever you like night and 
day. 

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backs, not including the proportion of incompatibility originally so 
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does not indicate what Ramoh of intercourse is permissible backs, yes 
there are some reports are irrigated from Ibn Abbas: reasoning on the 
sanctity of Mhacihn come up with something that says: Votohn of the 
verse where Allah commanded you, and have been known As 
passed by the statement that it spoiled the reasoning, and that the 
verse indicates the sanctity of the place bring blood unless purified and 
is silent about Him, and that verse tillage is also a function only on the 
expansion in terms of tillage, and doctrinal issue but we worked 
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Translation of Arabic Text: Anal Sex 

It was narrated by Abu Kilaba, narrated by Abdel Samad, who said that it 
was narrated by his father who narrated from Ayub, narrated from Nafi', 
narrated by Ibn Umar who said that (Sura 2:223), 'Your wives are as a tilth unto 

you: so approach your tilth when or how you will' means (/> j) in anus. 

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Yaqub - Hushaym - Ibn A'wn - Nafi' who related that whenever Ibn Umar 
read the Quran he would not speak, but one day I read the verse, "Your 
wives are as a tilth unto you: so approach your tilth when or how you will" 
(Sura 2:223). So he said, "Do you know about whom this verse was 
revealed?" I replied, "No." He said, " This verse was revealed about 
penetrating women in their anus." 

Ibrahim ibn Abdullah ibn Muslim Abu Muslim - Abu Umar Al-Dariri -Ismail 
Ibn Ibrahim (owner of) Al-Karabisi - Ibn A'wn - Nafi' who said, 

"I used to (inquire) from Ibn Umar whenever he read the verse in the 
Quran, 'Your wives are as a tilth unto you: so approach your tilth when or 
how you will' (Sura 2:223), he would say, 'Meaning to have intercourse 
with women in their anus ." 

Abdur-Rahman ibn Abdullah ibn Abdul-Hakam - Abdul-Malik ibn Maslama 
-Al Darawardi who stated that it was related to Zayd ibn Aslam that 
Muhammad ibn Al-Munkadir used to forbid penetrating women through 
their anus. Zayd responded, "I bear witness against Muhammad that he 
informed me that he performed this." 

Al-Harith ibn Yaqub - Abi Al-Habab Sa'id ibn Yassar that he asked Ibn 
Umar and said, "O Abu Abdul Rahman! We buy slave girls, so may we 
commit 'Tahmid' with them?" So he replied, "And what is this 'Tahmid'?" 
He responded, "(Penetrating) the anus." Ibn Umar said, "Uff, Uff! Does a 
believer do that?" 

Abu Kilaba - Abdus-Samad - his father - Ayub - Nafi' - Ibn Umar who said 
that (Sura 2:223), 'Your wives are as a tilth unto you: so approach your 
tilth when or how you will,' was revealed regarding the anus . 

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The majority of the reports show that Ibn Umar believed that the verse was 

revealed about anal sex. This is why Ibn Abbas accused him of mistake in 
this regard: 

Narrated Abdullah Ibn Abbas: 

Ibn Umar misunderstood (the Qur'anic verse, "So come to your tilth 
however you will") — may Allah forgive him. The fact is that this clan of the 
Ansar, who were idolaters, lived in the company of the Jews who were the 
people of the Book. They (the Ansar) accepted their superiority over 
themselves in respect of knowledge, and they followed most of their 
actions. The people of the Book (i.e. the Jews) used to have intercourse 
with their women on one side alone (i.e. lying on their backs). This was 
the most concealing position for (the vagina of) the women. This clan of 
the Ansar adopted this practice from them. But this tribe of the Quraysh 
used to uncover their women completely, and seek pleasure with them 
from in front and behind and laying them on their backs. 

When the muhajirun (the immigrants) came to Medina, a man married a 
woman of the Ansar. He began to do the same kind of action with her, but 
she disliked it, and said to him: We were approached on one side (i.e. 
lying on the back); do it so, otherwise keep away from me. This matter of 
theirs spread widely, and it reached the Apostle of Allah 
(peace_be_upon_him). 

So Allah, the Exalted, sent down the Qur'anic verse: "Your wives are a 
tilth to you, so come to your tilth however you will," i.e. from in front, from 
behind or lying on the back. But this verse meant the place of the delivery 
of the child, i.e. the vagina. 

Sunan Abu Dawud, Book 1 1, Number 2159 

Imam al-Suyuti in his Durr al-Manthur, commentary of 2:223, states: 

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He shows that al-Hakim has declared the above hadith from Sunan Abu Dawud 
to be sahih. He goes on to cite an additional report from Imam al-Tabarani, 
which runs this way: 

Ibn Abbas said: Ibn Umar said "in her anus". But, he made a mistake, 
and may Allah (swt) forgive him. 

But, there is more. Imam al-Suyuti in his Durr al-Manthur writes: 

"Ibn Abdul Barr stated: Traditions wherein Abdullah Ibn Umar believed in 
anal sex with women are well known and Sahih'". 

http://altafsir.com/Tafasir.asp?tMadhNo=2&...mp;Lanquaqeld=1 

Imam al-Bukhari also indirectly confirms this in his Sahih: 

Narrated Nafi': 

Whenever Ibn 'Umar recited the Qur'an, he would not speak to anyone till 
he had finished his recitation. Once I held the Qur'an and he recited Surat- 
al-Baqara from his memory and then stopped at a certain Verse and said, 
"Do you know in what connection this Verse was revealed?" I replied, 
"No." He said, " It was revealed in such-and-such connection ." Ibn 'Umar 
then resumed his recitation. Nafi added regarding the Verse:- "So go to 
your tilth when or how you will." Ibn 'Umar said, "It means one should 
approach his wife in ..." 
Sahih al-Bukhari, Volume 6, Book 60, Number 50 

Why has Imam al-Bukhari omitted mentioning the circumstance of descent as 
explained by Ibn Umar? 

Oftentimes, Imam al-Bukhari does tahrif of hadiths when he finds the text 
uncomfortable. 

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orbidden to you (for food) are: dead meat, blood, the flesh of swine, and thj 
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re able to slaughter it (in due form); that which is sacrificed on stone (altars) 
'orbidden) also is the division (of meat) by raffling with arrows: that is impiet 
his day have those who reject faith given up all hope of your religion: yet fear 
lem not but fear Me. This day have I perfected your religion for you, 
c ompleted My favour upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your relig ion! 

Iut if any is forced by hunger, with no inclir 
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Authenticity Of This Hadith Related To Quranic V. 2:223 

Salaam Aleikom dear brothers and sisters. While i am working on my aritlce 
about quranic verse 2:223, i am studying the reason or story behind's it;s 
revelation. Most hadith and Tafsir i come across tell me that this verse was 
revealed because the Jews used to claim that having sex with one's in a non- 
missionary position would cause birth defects, so in Al Wahidi's Asbab al-Nuzul 
i read in various narraitons that Muslim men asked the prophet about having 
sex with one;s wife from the back and about the claim of the jews. However i 
also read in tafsir Ibn kathir the next hadith which suggests that the verse was 
revealed in response to a woman's question related to sexual positions, see: 

Imam Ahmad recorded that 'Abdullah bin Sabit said: I went to Hafsah bint 
'Abdur-Rahman bin Abu Bakr and said, "I wish to ask you about something, but 
I am shy." She said, "Do not be shy, O my nephew." He said, "About having 
sex from behind with women." She said, "Umm Salamah told me that the Ansar 
used to refrain from having sex from behind (in the vagina). The Jews claimed 
that those who have sex with their women from behind would have offspring 
with crossed-eyes. When the Muhajirun came to Al-Madinah, they married 
Ansar women and had sex with them from behind. One of these women would 
not obey her husband and said, 'You will not do that until I go to Allah's 
Messenger (and ask him about this matter). ' She went to Umm Salamah and 
told her the story. Umm Salamah said, 'Wait until Allah's Messenger comes.' 
When Allah's Messenger came, the Ansari woman was shy to ask him about 
this matter, so she left. Umm Salamah told Allah's Messenger the story and he 
said: (Summon the Ansari woman.)" She was summoned and he recited this 
Ayah to her: ( Your wives are a tilth for you, so go to your tilth, when or how 
you will.) He added: (Only in one valve (the vagina))" 

source: 

Ahmad 6:305 

The above hadith states that the verse was revealed in response to the 
question of the Ansari woman, this contradicts other accounts narrated by al- 
Wahihi, which state that the verse was revealed in response to the questions of 
a group of men, see: 

Al Wahidi's Asbab al-Nuzul 

Ibn 'Abbas said: "This was revealed about the Emigrants after they settled 
in Medina. They mentioned having sex with their wives from the front and back 
positions and did not see any harm in doing so as long as the penetration was 
done in the women's sexual organ. The Helpers [ the Ansar ] and Jews who 
were present condemned this and mentioned that the only lawful way of 
sleeping with one's wife is to do it from the front position. The Jews also 
mentioned that they find in the To rah that it is filth in the sight of Allah to sleep 

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with one's wife in any other position than when the wife is lying on her back, 
and failing to do so is the cause why children are born cross-eyed or mentally 
disturbed. The Muslims mentioned this to the Messenger of Allah, Allah bless 
him and give him peace, saying: 'In the pre-lslamic period and after we 
embraced Islam we always had sex with our wives in any position we liked. The 
Jews have condemned us for doing so and, further, claimed this and that'. And 
so Allah, exalted is He, gave the lie to the Jews and revealed this verse to give 
dispensation [ ... so go to your tilth as ye will]. He says: the sexual organ of the 
wife is the plantation where the child grows [ so go to your tilth as ye will ] , 
meaning: from in front of her and from behind her as long as the penetration is 
done in her sexual organ 

online source: 

http://www.altafsir.orq/Tafasir.asp?...&Paqe=3&Size=1 

I would like to know is the hadith narrated by Imam Ahmad about the 
Ansari woman authentic or reliable ? I know from tafsir Ibn Kathir that Imam 
Tirmidhi classified this hadith as "hasan" , but did other scholars agree with this 
view ? I find it very interesting that al-Wahidi does not narrate the hadith which 
Imam Ahmad narrated in Asbab al-Nuzul, perhaps he was of the view that this 
hadith was not strong or weak ? I find it also very strange or weird that Allah 
would reveal to a woman " your wives are a tilth for you" , i mean does not the 
text "your wives" [ in v. 2;223 ] strongly suggest that the verse was revealed in 
response to the questions of a group of Muslim men [ as is confirmed in tha 
account narrated by al-Wahidi ] ? it would also be interesting if someone could 
tell me the authenticity of the narration narrated in Al-Wahihi which is attributed 
to Ibn Abbas. 

It could be addressed to Prophet Muhammad(pbuh), in which case "your 
wives" makes sense. 

Sorry don't know much more about this so can't put more light on this. 

http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/showthread.php740191-Authenticity-of-this- 
hadith-related-to-quranic-v.-2-223 



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A Further Clarification of Sexual Behavior 

The First Letter 

Assalamualaikkum, 

In one of your answers on sexual behavior, about anal sex you have said 
that Shari'ah does not categorically prohibit it. But there are certain 
hadith strictly prohibiting it like 

The Prophet (pbuh) said: don't enter your female through anus (Ahmed, 
Tirmidhi, ibn Maajah) 

The Prophet said: Allah curses those who approach men (homosexuality) or 
women for anal intercourse (Tirmidhi, Nasee, ibn Hibban) 

I don't know about authenticity of these hadith 

Kindly reply 

Asssalamualaikkum 

DR. benil hafeeq 

Calicut , Kerala, India 

The Second Letter 

A question that was asked to you is as follows, 

"What are the limits of sexual behavior between a man and his wife? When 
I say limits, I mean are there any restrictions with respect to conduct in 
an intercourse, e.g. is only the missionary position considered acceptable? 
Is oral sex acceptable? How about the restrictions on other kinds of sex, 
e.g. anal sex? Can one have sex solely for the purpose of enjoyment or can 
its only allowable purpose be to plan an offspring? " 

Describing your view point about anal sex you wrote 

"Anal sex, in my opinion, is against the natural make-up and physiological 
structure of a female body. It is therefore that I believe that even though 
the Shari'ah does not categorically prohibit it , it would be in accordance 
with the teachings of the Shari'ah to refrain from it" 

The thing that seems to be strange to me is your opinion that " the 
Shah" ah does not categorically prohibit anal sex". I don't thing that while 
writing this, you will be unaware of all of these hadith that are clearly 

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declaring such a person as cursed one and a disbeliever of revelation (detail 
can be seen in "Ibn Kathir" Vol I, Al-Baqarah 2: 222). 

Even if you think that the "Sanad" is not reliable enough to ascribe these 
wordings to the prophet, at least you should have mentioned them, as 
"Dirayat" wise, they are in accord to the Qur'aan. Instead you are giving 
such a statement that makes a reader believe that you exclude hadith from 
SharP ah. And I know that is not the case. But at least a new comer gets 
this impression. 

Rehan Ahmad, Saudi Arabia 

Reply 

The narratives ascribed to the Prophet (pbuh) with reference to the 
prohibition of anal sex, as reported in the more accepted collections of 
Hadith are given below: 

Narratives Reported in Tirmidhi 

There are four narratives reported on this topic in Tirmidhi. An analysis of 
these narrations is presented below. 

The First Narrative 

According to the first narrative in Tirmidhi, the Prophet (pbuh) said: 

"Do not enter your women in their anus" 

One of the narrators of this narrative is Abu Mu " awiyah who reports from 
x Asim Al-Ahwal. Regarding Abu Mu'awiyah, Al-Zahabiy\x\ his "Meezaan al- 
Ai"tidaal' writes: 

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he is not very reliable. In the same way, A bd Allah ibn Ahmad ibn Hanbal 

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has said that he heard his father {Ahmad ibn Hanbal) say that he {Abu 
Mu" awiyah) is not reliable when he reports from anyone other than al- 
A "mash. He doesn't remember these reportings well." 

On the basis of the above statement it seems quite obvious that it would 
not be prudent to rely on Abu Mu" awiyahs narrative, especially when he is 
narrating it on the authority of someone other than Al-A "mash, as is the 
case in this narrative. 

Another narrator in this narration is "Asim Al-Ahwal{ ' Asim ibn Sulaimari). 
While commenting on "Asim Al-Ahwal, Al-Zahabiy, in his book, "Meezaan al- 
Ai" tidaal' writes: 

" Hammad 'said: I told Humaid that x Asim had reported to me on his 
(Humaid's) authority such and such narrative. Humaid did not even know him 
CAsim)" 

And Yahya al-Qattaan has said that he was not a haaf iz. Abd al-Rahmaan 
ibn al- Mubarak has said that that ibn x ulayyah said that every person 
with the name x Asim [in the narrators of hadeeth] has something wrong 
with his memory. Abu Ahmad Al-Haakim has said that in their sight he 
was not a haaf iz and ibn Idrees did not accept his narratives because of 
his poor memory and because of whatever was wrong with his character." 

The Second Narrative 

The same words have been repeated in the second narrative reported in 
Tirmidhi. Haowever, the narrators of the second narrative are different 
from those of the first narrative. The second chain of natrrators includes 
a person called Abd al-Malik ibn Muslim. Ibn Hajar in his bookTehzib al- 
Tehzib has quoted Ibn Abd al-Burr as saying that the narratives reported 
by Abd al-Malik ibn Muslim cannot be used as evidence [i.e., they are not 
reliable enough to evidence an actual saying of the Prophet (pbuh)]. Ibn 
Hajar's original words are given below: 



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"Ibn Abd al-Burr, in his book "al-Istee % aab", while commenting on Amr 
ibn Maimoon al-Awadiy has said that Abd al-Malik ibn Muslim and % Eesa 
ibn Hittaan are not among those whose narratives evidence [an actual 
saying of the Prophet (pbuh)]." 

The Third Narrative 

According to the third narrative reported in Tirmidhi, the Prophet (pbuh) 
said: 

"God shall not even look [with kindness] upon any such man who enters 
another man or a woman in the anus." 

One of the narrators on whose authority this narration has been recorded 
is Sulaiman ibn Hayyaan, also known as Abu Khalid al-Ahmar. Ibn Hajar, 
in his book "Tehzib al-Tehzib" writes: 

Ibn N Adiy has said that he has reported a number of good hadith and 
because of his poor memory he has also committed a lot of mistakes and 
errors. He is actually, as Ibn Mu x een has said, a truthful person but he is 
not an evidence [of an actual saying of the Prophet (pbuh)]." 

This chain of narrators also includes Al-Dhahhaak ibn Uthman ibn Abd 
Allah ibn Khalid. Ibn Hajar, in his book "Tehzib al-Tehzib" while 
commenting on Al-Dhahhak writes: 



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"... And Ibn Abd al-Burr has said that he was prone to mistakes, he does 
not evidence [a saying of the Prophet (pbuh)]" 

"... And Abu Zur" ah has said that he is not a reliable narrator. And Abu 
Haatim has said that .... his reports do not evidence [a saying of the 
Prophet (pbuh)]" 

The Fourth Narrative 

According to the third narrative reported in Tirmidhi, the Prophet (pbuh) 
said: 

"[You may enter your women in any style] from front or behind, but keep 
away from the anus and the menstrual periods. 

The chain of narrators on whose authority this hatith has been reported 
by Tirmidhi includes Ya % qoob ibn Abd Allah al-Ash % ariy, regarding whom 
Zahabiy has quoted Al-Darqutniy, as saying that he is not a strong [in 
reliability] narrator (in "foeezaan al-APti'daa!") Beisdes Ya x qoob, there is 
also Ja % far ibn abi al-Mugheerah reporting from Sa x eed ibn Jubair. 
Zahabiy in his book "tKeezaan al-APtidaal" has quoted Ibn Mundah as 
saying: 



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These are the four narrations reported in Tirmidhi. 

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There are two narratives on this topic in Abu Dawood. A brief analysis of 
these narratives follows: 

The First Narrative 

According to the first narrative, the Prophet (pbuh) is reported to have 
said: 

One of the narrators of this hadith is Suhail ibn Abi Salih. Al-Zahabiy, in 
his book "toeezaan al-APtidaal" has quoted a few sayings regarding 
Suhail. Some of these sayings are reproduced below: 

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"Abbas has said that Yahya said that he [Suhail] is not reliable in hadith. 
He also said that the hadith narrated by him are not reliable enough to 
qualify for evidence [an actual saying of the Prophet (pbuh)]. ... Abu Haatim 
has said that his [Suhail's] hadith may be quoted but they do not evidence 
[an actual saying of the Prophet (pbuh)]" 

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"Ibn Abi Khaithamah has said that I heard Ibn Mueen say that the 
scholars of hadith stay away from his [Suhail's] narratives. At another 
instance he said: He is a weak narrator." 

The Second Narrative 

According to the second narrative, the Prophet (pbuh) is reported to have 
said: 

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"Whoever goes to a soothsayer and according to Musa — one of the 
narrators — believes in what he tells him. Then both narrators agree that 
the Prophet (pbuh) said: or whoever enters a woman — according to 
Musaddad who is one of the narrators, the Prophet (pbuh) said 'enters his 
woman' — during her menstrual periods or enters a woman — according to 
Musaddad, the Prophet (pbuh) said 'enters his woman' ~ in her anus, he 
rejects what is revealed on Muhammad [pbuh]." 

Ibn Hajar, in his book "Tehzib al-Tehzib" has quoted Bukhari as saying, 
regarding this hadith: 

And Bukhari has said that there is lack of conformity regarding this one of 
his (Hakim al-Athram's) hadith, i.e. the one he reports from abu 
Tameemah who reports from Abu Hurairah [the one which is under 
consideration]. We do not recognize that Abu Tameemah has heard 
anything from Abu Hurairah." 

Ibn Hajar has also quoted a comment of Abu Bakr a\-Bazzar regarding 
this particular narrative. He writes: 



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[Hakim al-Athram] a munkar hadith." 

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There are three narratives on this topic reported in Ibn Maajah. A brief 
analysis of these narratives follows: 

The First Narrative: 

The first among these narratives is the same as the third narrative 
reported in Abu Dawood. 

The Second Narrative: 

According to the second narrative, the Prophet (pbuh) is reported to have 
said: 

"God shall not even look [with kindness] upon any such man who enters his 

woman in the anus." 

This narrative includes Suhail ibn Abi Salih among its narraors. Comments 
of scholars of the science of narrators on Suhail have already been given 
above . 

Another one of the narrators in this chain is Haarith ibn Mukhallad. 
Regarding Haarith, al-Zahabiy has quoted the following sayings in his book 
"tKeezaan al-Ai x tidaal": 

"And Bazzar has said that he was not well known. And Ibn al-Qattaan has 
said that not much is known about him. Though Ibn Hibbaan has included 
him among the reliable ones." 

The Third Narrative: 

According to the third narrative, the Prophet (pbuh) is reported to have 
said: 

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"God is not ashamed of the truth [the Prophet said it three times]. Do not 

enter women in their anuses." 

One of the narrators, on whose authority Ibn Maajah has included this 
hadith in his collection is Hajjaaj ibn Artaah. Al-Zahabiy, in his book 
"Meezaan al-Ai x tidaal" has quoted mixed opinion about this person. Some 
of these opinions are presented below: 

"And Ibn Mu x een has said that he is not very strong [in reliability] he was 
truthful but used to ascribe narratives [wrongly] to people. And Yahya ibn 
YcT laa has said that Zayedah directed us to ignore the narratives of 

Hajjaj ibn Artaah." 

» 

L. 

"And Al-Nassaiy has said that he [Hajjaj] was not strong [in reliability]. 
And Al-Darqutniy has said that he is not used as evidence [for a saying of 
the Prophet (pbuh)]." 

Another one of the narrators in this chain is Amr ibn ShiTaib. Regarding 
Amr ibn Shu" aib, the following comments are found in Al-Zahabiy's 
"Meezaan al-Ai x tidaal": 



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"And x Ubaid al-Aajiriy has said that Abu Dawood was asked whether 
narratives of Amr ibn ShiTaib which he reports on the authority of his 
father who reports on the authority of his father can be used as evidence 
[for a saying of the Prophet (pbuh)]. He [Abu Dawood] replied: No, not 
even half an evidence." 

"And Ali has said that yahya al-Qattaan has said that we hold the hadith 
reported by Amr ibn Shu" aib to be insignificant." 

Finally, another narrator of this hadith is Abd Allah ibn Haramiy. Not 
much could be found regarding this man. Though Ibn Hajar, in his book 

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"Tehzib al-Tehzib" while commenting on this man, has commented on this 
narrative in the following words: 

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"He [Abd Allah ibn Haramiy] has reported a single hadith from Khuzaimah 
ibn Thabit regarding the prohibition of entering women in their anuses. 
And there are a lot of weaknesses in the chain of narrators of this hadith." 

This is a brief summary of the position of the chain of narrators of these 
narrations. 

Keeping in view the condition of these narratives, it should be quite obvious 
why I have not based my argument on these narratives. Though the 
referred narratives have been reported in some of the collections of 
hadith, yet I cannot call the contents of these narratives "directives of 
the SharP ah". There are two reasons for this. Firstly because, as is pretty 
obvious from the discussion above that the sanad (chain of narrators) of 
these narratives is not reliable to qualify for ascription of the saying to 
the Prophet (pbuh). This weakness in sanad is actually a hinderance for me 
in ascribing something to the Prophet (pbuh) which has not reached us 
through reliable sources. Secondly, because in my opinion, the nature of 
Khabr-e-wahid (hadith) is such that it does not allow us to base the 
directives of SharP ah on it alone. It seems that even if the Prophet (pbuh) 
had said something about the prohibition of anal sex, it should be placed as 
a natural prohibition (as I have done in my referred answer) rather than a 
prohibition of the SharPon. Prohibitions mentioned in khabr-e-wahid 
(hadith) are those that are either natural prohibitions or clear corollories 
of prohibitions mentioned in the Qur'an (SharPah). Unless a prohibition 
mentioned in a khabr-e-wahid (hadith) clearly relates to a natural 
prohibition or is clearly related to a prohibition mentioned in the Qur'an, 
the ascription of such khabr-e-wahid (hadith) to the Prophet (pbuh) 
becomes quite questionable. 

In the referred case, although it is quite clear that prohibition of anal sex 
is a natural prohibition but the reason that I avoided quoting these 
narratives ascribed to the Prophet (pbuh) was that, in my opinion, the 

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sanad of these narratives is not reliable enough to ascribe these to the 
Prophet (pbuh). 

Moreover, we see that none of the three most accepted collections of the 
sayings ascribed to the Prophet (pbuh), that is the Sahih Bukhari, the 
Sahih Muslim and the Mu'atta Imaam Malik contain any of these 
narratives ascribed to the Prophet (pbuh). This fact obviously, creates 
serious doubts regarding the ascription of such narratives to the Prophet 
(pbuh). 

I hope this helps. In case any aspect of my answer remains unclear, please 
feel free in writing back to me at your convenience. 

Regards 

The Learner 
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After hardship oometh ease 

okh Zc'cv Magbeo 
The Muslim-Jewish I'tflemut over SekttaJ i'Mitioni 

That the legal status of anal sex was an extremely unstable and " loaded * 
issue may be gauged both by the vehemence of the exchanges recorded 
and by the fact that almost every authority quoted in favor of the posi- 
tion condoning that act is also shown either personally disavowing this 
attribution or being exonerated of it by others. Thus we read, for in- 
stance* that: 



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*., Ibn 'Awn reported from Nan' {the Persian Tnowla of *Abd Allah b- 
"U mar and an almost peerlessly reliable tradirionisi}, who said: It wis Ibn 
"Ulnar's, practice to remain silent whenever the Qur'in was being recited 
{kdna tbn 'Umaritiki qvri'* #t-Q*r'&t Um y±ukaUim). One day I recited 
[In his presence]: 'Your wives are a tilth for you; come to your tilth as you 
please," and he piped up and asked: "Do you know Ln what context this 
verse was revealed?* I replied* * No" He said, "li was revealed in reference 
to hiving intercourse with women in their anuses" {nazaiai fi itydn *i-nisJ' 
fi adbsTibiirmt)* n 



On the other hand d however: 

AbO al-Nadjr said 10 Nan', the mawid of Ibn 'Umax: "You talk too much! 
{q*d ttkihar* "ahtyk* *l-qaw§* For you say about Ibn 'Umar thai he issued 
a judgment allowing anal intercourse with women" faff* ki-d» yt**td al- 



ii "TaharT, 2: 537 (3471), Since the only vocalization provided by my edition of 

J&mi' al-Bixydn is a hamza over the alif, it is difficult to know whether we 

should trad xthfirhi in command form, as we have done, at, alternately, df£/d- 

. j rshd: "he has plugged up her anus!" Lt might also be translated: "tie an air (a 

waists wrapper) between nee legs," 



M TabaiT, 2: 535 (3+frf }, wheic another version shows Nift* "holding the Qur'iiiic 
codex for Ibn. "Uinar, when the latter reached the vene, 'Your wives arc a 
tilths.-,' and said: "[This constitute* permission] to nave anil intercourse with 
her" {an y* 'trhd fi dubrihi). Similarly, Zayd b, Aslam reported that Ibn TJmar 
Hid: "A man had anal inLerrounse with his wife, after which his conscience 
bothered him fatd imra'tahu fi dtthTihl faiuajadafi njftihi), so Allah revealed: 
"Your wives are a tilth... '*{Tab"%i S36-7 [J470J>. On the historicity of Nan", 
and the claim - especially interesting for our purposes, as will become clear 
below - that he was invented by Malik b. Ajus, see G. H. A. Juynboll. "Nan 1 , 
the M&wU of tbn 'Umar," Der hlem 70 (J 993). Harald Motzki has argued 
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oleb Ze'ev Maghen 
Hie Muslim-Jewish Polemic Over Semi il Positions 

The Prjphct Muhammad himself vu, of course, no exception to 
such contradictory reporting: in this area, as nearly everywhere, he 
plays both thesis and antithesis. On the one hind, we possess hadiths 
like the following, recorded by al-Tibari: 



+8 Ibid., i: 533(1449), 

44 The employ merit of ihe expression mi> Jiwytiv to mean "via the orifice chat ... " 
in ohidiih attributed to Ibrt 'Abbas Is alio on display in hi] proverbial recap- 
itulation of ihis whole subject: 'Guide your 'producer' to the place of "produc- 
tion" ((-jif mtbitoks mm haythu nabdtdbu}, lee below. 

50 Tabarf, 2i !>S-6 (3465 J . This it either an iccu;ition of hypocrisy agai ns t Mu- 
hammad b. Munkadir, or evidence thai he could not have mad: the statement 
against anal intercourse that certain paniei ascribe Co him. The echoes of the Is- 
lamic Creed in the diction of Zayd 's statement seem like deliberate irony. 

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From Urn n\ Salami, the wife of die Prophet, who reponedr A man married 
a woman and wanted an yxjabbihd (= to have intercourse with her from 
behind while her head) and body were lowered and her buttocks raised)- 1 * 

The woman refused, saying: "Not until 1 ask the Messenger of God!" 
Umm Siiima said: So she came and told me about it, I informed the Mes- 
senger of God, who said; "Summon her!' When she arrived the Messenger 
of God recited: to her 'Your wives arc a tilth for y no ..." {and then went Oft 
to epitomize and qualify): "One orifice only, one orifice only" (iim&num 
zfabidttn, limdman vdbidan). a 

So far, then, Muhammad has been portrayed as a determined foe of rec- 
tal copulation. Bui another hadith quotes the same Prophet's spouse to 
the opposite effeCF 



From 'Abd al -Rahman b. Sabr), who said: [said to hia/sa [daughter of 'Abd 
id-Ragman b, Abi Bakr] 5 *: "1 wish to ask you some thine, but J am embar- 
rassed to do so." Haifa responded: 'Ask my dear son. about whatever is 
on your mind!" He continued: ' Well, 1 wish 10 ask you about cohabiting 
with women in their anus es " (uridu an si 'alaka l an gitisbyHn ai~ms£'ftad- 
barihinna). She replied ! Unuu Sib toi tela led to me: * I asked the Messenger 
of Cod about that, and he recited: " Your wives are a tilth for you: ecfflg to 
your alth any way you plcast- L * * ? 



An additional narration, already cited above, buttresses the claim that 
the Apostle approved of anal intercourse: 



' Aji b. Yasar related: A man hud anal intercourse with his wife during the 
lifetime of the Messenger of God {diabd rujst itnr&'uhu ft dubrlbd 'aid 
abdi raiul Aiidb\ and the people condemned him for this and said, "Plug 
up htT anus!" [athfirhS). But Allah revealed: " Your wives are a tilth for 
you; come to your tilth u you please. " M 



54 See above, note 35. 

55 Tabari, 2: 338-9 (3476). Sec die recension of al-Zuhrf: m sbd'a rmtjabbiyatfn 
tsa-m tha'a gbttyr mujabbiyautn, ghayt anna dhdlikz fi simxm wibid (some- 
times written: liptMm icibtd, with a sEn, the idea - "plugging up" — being the 
lame. Ournibl, 3l 81 ). 

Si There may be some confusion here, since the phraseology used by 'Abd al- 
Rahmaa b. Sibil here ra introduce his question is found verbatim in many 
other places as a similar preamble to a question put to Harsa, the Prophet's 
wife. This is immaterial for us at the moment, however. 

S? Tahari, 1 S35 (34iS), 

5 1 See also above, n. 33: " A man had anal intercourse with his wife, after which bis 
conscience bothered him (iU imra'luba fi dubriba fa-Vlajdda fi ttdfiibl}, SO 
Ailah revealed: 'Your wives are a tilth ...' " 



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The Sahaba And Tabaeen Deemed Sodomy With Women To Be 

Permissible 

With My Slave Girl, Penetration Became Difficult Hence I Sought the 

Assistance of Oil 

Reply Two - Abdullah Ibn Umar deemed sodomy to be Halaal 

As evidence please consult the following authentic Sunni texts: 

Tafseer Durre Manthur, Volume 1 page 638 

Tafseer Qurtubi, Volume 3 page 88 

Tafseer Tabari, Volume 2 page 402 

Tafseer Qasmi, Volume 2 page 220, by Jamaludeen Qasmi 

Here is the direct quote from Tafseer Durre Manthur: 

"Ibn Abdul Barr stated: 'Traditions wherein Abdullah Ibn Umar 
believed in sodomy with women are well known and Sahih'". 

Imam Tabari records Ibn Umar's commentary on verse of Al-Harth: 

Ibn Umar said: "{Your wives are as a tilth unto you; so approach 
your tilth when or how ye will}' in the anus' 

Here we deem it apt to mention the Tahreef committed by Imam Bukhari 
who recorded the same thing from Ibn Umar but did not record the "in 
the anus" portion, we read in Sahih Bukhari Volume 6, Book 60, Number 
50: 

Narrated Nafi': Whenever Ibn 'Umar recited the Qur'an, he would 
not speak to anyone till he had finished his recitation. Once I held 
the Qur'an and he recited Surat-al-Baqara from his memory and 
then stopped at a certain Verse and said, "Do you know in what 
connection this Verse was revealed? " I replied, "No." He said, "It 
was revealed in such-and-such connection." Ibn 'Umar then 
resumed his recitation. Nafi added regarding the Verse:-"So go to 
your tilth when or how you will" Ibn 'Umar said, "It means one 
should approach his wife in .." 
'in' what? Readers should be able to fill in the blanks by now. 

Reply Three - The Salaf Ulema of Madina believed that sodomy was 
halaal 

Please see the following Sunni sources: 

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Nail al-Awtar, Volume 6 page 154 Kitab Nikah, Bab Mut'ah 
Tafseer Qasmi, Volume 2 page 223 Ayat Harth 
Tafseer Ibn Katheer, Volume 1 page 262 Ayat Harth 
Fatah ul Bari, Volume 8 page 191 Ayat Harth 
II! Tafseer Mazhari, Volume 3, Page 19 
Quoting directly from Nail al-Awtar: 

"Sodomy with women is the statement of the jurists of Madina" 

Let us now present statement from a book considered revered in the 
Deobandi cult that Janbaz himself adhered to. Qadhi Thanaullah Pani 
Patti Uthmani in his esteemed work Tafseer Mazhari stated: 

"The statement by the people [jurists] of Madina regarding the to 
sodomise one's wife is also there" 

Ibn Katheer in his Tafseer also stated: 

"This statement has been attributed to a group of Madina's jurists" 

Reply Four -The Sahaba and Tabaeen deemed sodomy with women to 
be permissible 

We read in Tafseer Qurtubi, Volume 3 page 93: 

"This statement has been attributed to Saeed bin al-Musayab, 
Nafee, Ibn Umar, Muhammad bin Kaad al-Qurzi, Abdulmalik bin 
Majeshoon and Malik" 

We further read: 

"Ibn al-Arabi mentioned that ibn Sh'aban attributed this statement 
to a large group of Sahaba and Tabeen" 

Reply Five - Imam Shafiyee deemed sodomy to be permissible! 

Please see the following Sunni texts: 

Tafseer Durre Manthur Volume 1 page 368 

Tafseer Ruh al Ma'ani page 125, Ayat Harth 

Tafseer Ahkam al Qur'an Volume 1 page 265 

Tafseer Qasmi Volume 2 page 228 Baqarah Verse 223 

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Mukhtasar al-Mazni, page 174 
We read in Tafseer Durre Manthur: 

"Shafiyee was asked about it and he said: 'No authentic narration 
from the prophet (pbuh) clarifies whether it is permissible or not, 
therefore according to conjecture [Qiyas] it is permissible" 

We read in Mukhtasar al-Mazni: 

"Shafiyee may Allah's mercy be upon him said: 'Some of our 
companions deem it permissible to sodomise women while others 
deemed it impermissible'". 

Reply Six - Imam of Ahl'ul Sunnah Ibn Abi Malika (d. 1 17) suggested 'in 
times of trouble' use oil! 

Ibn Abi Malika was a famous Tabayee. Imam Dhahabi has stated that he 
was "Imam, Hujjah, Hafiz" and 'was a scholar, Mufti, hadith narrator 
and skillful' (Siar alam al-Nubala, Volume 5 page 89). About this great 
Imam of Ahle Sunnah, we read in Tafseer Durre Manthur, Volume 1 
page 638: 

"Ibn Abi Malika was asked about sodomy with women, he 
answered: 'Last night I practiced sodomy with my slave girl, 
penetration became difficult hence I sought the assistance of oil" 

Reply Seven - Imam Malik believed sodomy with women was halaal 

We read in the following Sunni sources: 

Tafseer Al-Dur al-Manthur, Volume 1 page 638 

Ahkam al Quran al-Jasas, Volume 2 page 40 

Tafseer Ruh al-Ma'ani, Volume 2 page 125 

Tafseer Gharab al Quran, Volume 2 page 249 

Tafseer Al-Dur al-Manthur, Volume 1 page 638 

Tafseer Fatah al-Qadeer, Volume 1 page 354 

Fatah ul Bari, Volume 8 page 190 Kitab Tafseer 

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Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti records: 

Abu Sulayman al-Gurgani said: 'I asked Malik bin Anas about 
sodomy with women, he replied: 'I just did this act and have just 
washed my head' 

Allamah Alusi has recorded it in this manner: 

Al-Khatib recorded from Abi Sulayman al-Jawzjani that he asked 
him (Malik) about it, thus he replied: 'Just now I washed my sexual 
organ because of it'. 

Imam Ibn Qudamah records Malik's view on sodomy in his authortiy 
work Al-Mughni: 

Malik said: "I never met someone I deem a role model in religion 
who doubts that it is Halal" 

In Tafseer Fatah al-Qadeer, we read more elaborated version of the 
above cited statement of Imam Malik: 

Tahawi said: Asbagh bin al-Faraj narrated from Abdulrahman bin 
al-Qasim that he [Malik] said: 'I never met someone I deem a role 
model in religion who doubts that it is Halaal, means entering a 
woman in her anus', then he [Malik] recited '{your women are a tilth 
for you}', then he [Malik] said: 'What could be more clear than this'. 
Ahkam al Quran al-Jasas: 

Abu Bakr said: 'It is well known that Malik allowed it but his 
companions deny it because it was a very nasty statement, in fact it 
is well known and cannot be denied by their denial' 

Reply Eight - Qadhi Abu Muhammad Abdullah bin Ibrahim al-Asili 
believed sodomy with women was halaal 

Imam Ibn Hajar Asqalani in his book Talkhis al-Habir, Volume 3 page 
1 86 while recording the views of Sunni scholars about sodomy wrote 
about a Maliki scholar Qadhi Abu Muhammad Abdullah bin Ibrahim al- 
Asili (d. 392) sated: 



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Reply Nine - Muhammad bin Sahnoon (d. 256) and Muhammad bin 
Sh'aban (d. 355) believed sodomy with women was halaal 

Imam Ibn Hajar Asqalani in his book Talkhis al-Habir, Volume 3 page 
1 86 while recording the views of Sunni scholars about sodomy wrote 
about two esteemed Maliki scholars namely Muhammad bin Sahnoon (d. 
256) and Muhammad bin Sh'aban (d. 355): 

"Muhammad bin Sahnoon and Muhammad bin Sh'aban authored a 
book in proving its permissibility and they narrated the 
permissibility from a large number of Tabaeen" 

We hope that these Nasibi open their eyes to these Sunni sources, the 
act that they allege is halaal under Shi'a fiqh, is one that is all too 
common in their own house! Our Ulema have said that at best its 
extremely Makruh, at worst its haraam! 

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Re: Sodomi (Anal Sex) Dalam Islam 

HILLMAN 

Mas AAA tepat sekali, grand design dari ajaran yang kita lawan ini adalah 
"memecah belah manusia". 

PP "BD", siapakahyang "berbohong"? 

Yang say a berikan tanda tanya pada "bukti" PP "BD" diatas sangat berbeda 
dengan text asli sumber, terutama yang di dalam kotak, entah darimana 
sumbernya, apakah ini "biasa"? 

Dan dibawah ini adalah bukti-bukti peng-HALAL-an (maaf) ANAL SEX 
berdasarkan situs-situs Islam sendiri. 

Tafsir Al-Tabari akan Q 2:223 dengan tegas menyatakan sodomi halal dalam 
Islam. Ini sumbernya dari website Departemen Agama Islam, Kerajaan Saudi 
Arabia: 

http://guran.al- 

islam.com/Tafseer/Disp Tafsser. asp ?n Type= 1 &bm=&nSeg=0&l=arb&nSora=2& 

nAya=223&taf=TABARY&tashkeel=0 

Say a terjemahkan sesuai tertulis pada link diatas ay at 3464 baris ke tiga.... 

yj &JJJ; JUJAjLjjf^ eiunJijLuj- qala : nazalat fi ityan alniisa' fi a'dubuma' = said : 
this verse was revealed about "penetrating women in their anus" = berkata : 
diturunkan ay at tentang "mendatangi wanita pada anus mereka". 

jf; JUs LijJj^J Lf-uL,- faqala : an ya'atyha fi duburha = he say : to have 
penetrating in their anus. = dia berkata : untuk mendatangi pada anus mereka. 

Yang di halalkan dengan surah Al Baqarah ay at 223 pada Al Qur'an berbunyi 
"Istri-istrimu adalah (seperti) tanah tempat kamu bercocok-tanam, maka 
datangilah tanah tempat bercocok-tanammu itu bagaimana saja kamu 
kehendaki" (QS 2:223) 

Dan rangkuman yang dapat anda pelajari. 

http://www.scribd.com/doc/10158965/Anal-Sex-Allowed-bv-Sahih-Bukhari- 
Hadith-Prohibited-bv-Others-in-lslam 

http://indonesia. faithfreedom. org/forum/forum. html 
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Chapter 102 

On having intercourse with a menstruating woman 



(135) 

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Sayyidina Abu Huraira (RA) narrated that the Prophet (SAW) said, "If anyone 

has sexual intercourse with a menstruating woman, or goes into her anus, or visits a 
Kahin (soothsayer) then indeed he has disbelieved in what is revealed to Muhammad." 



[Ahmed\0717, Ibn e Majoh 639, Abu Dowud 3904] 






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Sayyidina AN ibn Talq (RA) reported that a villager met Allah's Messenger and said, "0 
Messenger of Allah, some of us happens to be in the desert where he might break wind 
and water is scarce there. (What must he do?)" So, Allah's Messenger (SAW) said, 
"When that happens to any of you, let him make ablution. And do not have intercourse 
with women through their anus. Indeed, Allah is not ashamed of the truth". 

[Abu Dawud 205] 



(1168) 

^jjbi j Sfjii jl i&j J> j% jj 4jbi jki i fa 4i* &iii Jb in jy-3 jis 

Sayyidina Ibn Abbas (RA)reported that Allah's Messenger (SAW) said, "Allah will not look 
at a man who has intercourse with a man, or a woman through the anus". 



(1169) 



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then he must perform ablution, and do not approach women through their anus". 



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Sayyidina Jbn Abbas {RA) narrated: Umar (RA) came to Allah's Messenger (SAW) and said, "0 
Messenger of Allah [SAW) , I have perished." He asked how and he said, "Tonight I turned my 
mount upside down." He did not answer till this verse was revealed: "Your wives are as a 
tilth unto you; so approach your tilth when or how ye will." (2:223) 

Nevertheless, a husband must refrain from having sex at the anus and during menstruation. 

[Ahmed 2703] 



(2991) 

Sayyidina Ibn Abbas (RA) narrated: Umar (RA) came to Allah's Messenger 
(SA W) and said, "O Messenger of Allah (SA W) , I have perished. " He asked 
how and he said, "Tonight I turned my mount upside down. " He did not answer 
till this verse was revealed: "Your wives are as a tilth unto you; so approach 
your tilth when or how ye will. " (2:223) 



Nevertheless, a husband must refrain from having sex at the Ewwa and during 
menstruation. 

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Anal Sex discussed in Tafseer Al-Mizan -Vol-1 By the late A I lam ah 

Muhammad Hussain Tabatabai 

Chapter 2 - Al-Baqarah (The Cow), Verses 222-223 

{222} And they ask you about menstruation. Say it is a discomfort; therefore, 
keep aloof from the women during the menstruation and do not go near them 
until they have become clean; then when they have cleansed themselves, go in 
them as Allah has commanded you; surely Allah loves those who purify 
themselves. {223} Your women are a tilth for you, so go into your tilth when you 
like, and do good beforehand for yourselves; and fear Allah, and know that you 
are to meet Him, and give good news to the believers. 

Commentary 

Qu'ran: Your women are a tilth for you, so go into your tilth when you like:, 
harth is an infinitive verb, meaning to "to till, to cultivate. " It is also used for the 
land which is tilled or cultivated. 

Anna is an adverb meaning "when", "whenever. " In this sentence it is 
synonymous with mata (when) Sometimes It is also used for "where. " Allah 
says: O Mary ami Whence (anna), comes this to you? She said: It is from Allah. 
(3:36) 

If, in the verse under discussion, anna means "where", then its meaning would 
be, "where you like. " If it means, "when", then it means, "when you like. " In any 
case, it gives a sort of freedom to the couple, and that is why we cannot take 
the words, "so, go into your tilth", to be an obligatory order. No one gives a 
'compulsory order and then leaves it in the hands of the doer to do as he likes. 

The verse begins with the sentence, Your women are a tilth for You;after this 
reasoning comes the order, and there also, the word "tilth" is repeated, This 
emphasis shows that the freedom given to man of going in to the women is 
either about the place of the intercourse or about its time; but it, is not a 
freedom of entering anywhere in her body. She is a tilth and that idea must be 
kept in mind when approaching her. 

If the order means, 'so go into your tilth at any place you like', then it is not 
concerned with the time of intercourse, and has no conflict whatsoever with the 
previous verse, keep aloof from the women during the' menstruation and do not 
go near them.. If, on the other hand, it means, so go into your tilth at any time 
you like, then it shall be limited to the period of, purity from menstruation, 

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because of the previous verse. 

Just, to avoid any misunderstanding, it is necessary to point out that this verse 
could not have, abrogated the verse of menstruation - no matter, whichever of 
the two was revealed first: The verse of menstruation gives two reasons why 
sexual relation in that period is forbidden - and both reasons are still valid, 
inspite of the verse of tilth. First, it says that menstruation is a discomfort and it 
continues to be a discomfort. Second, it shows that this order was given to 
avoid dirtiness and to remain clean, and Allah always loves those who remain 
clean, and pure; so much so that He counts keeping them cleansed as one of 
His graces upon them; Allah does not desire to put on you any difficulty, but He 
intends to purify you and that He may complete His favor on you... (5:6). Such a 
language cannot be abrogated by a verse like that of tilth. Why? Because this 
verse says that your women are your tilth, so come into your tilth when you like. 
Now, the reason for this putative "concession" was present even when the 
prohibition was ordained. If it could not stop its promulgation, how can it cause 
its abrogation after it had already been firmly established? Second, the verse of 
tilth ends on the words, "and do good beforehand for yourselves, and fear 
Allah, and know that you will meet Him. " Such an ending would be out of place 
if the verse (of tilth) contained a concession. 

The meaning of the verse is as follows: Women are to humanity as tilth is to an 
individual. Agricultural land is needed to preserve the seed and to produce 
food, so that the human race may continue to exist. Likewise, women are 
needed for the continuity of humanity. According to the system created by 
Allah, the woman's womb is the place where a child is made and develops from 
a microscopic sperm to a human being. As the original place of that sperm is 
the body of man, He created between the man and the woman a love and 
compassion and an attraction which excites the man to seek the woman. 

As the creative purpose of this mutual attraction is to pave the way for the 
continuity of the human race, there was no reason why it should be confined to 
one place and not another, or one time and not another, as long as it helped in 
achieving that goal and did not hinder any other obligatory work. 

This explanation shows the relevance of the words do good before hand for 
yourselves, coming after the verse of tilth. 

Someone has written that the verse of tilth gives permission to remove the male 
organ from the woman just before ejaculation. Such an interpretation is patently 
absurd. No less absurd is the view that the words, do good beforehand mean 
saying ... bismi'llah... (bythe name of Allah) before intercourse. 

Qur'an: and do good beforehand for yourselves; and fear Allah, and know that 
you are to meet Him, and give good news to the believers. 

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Obviously, these words addressed to males, or both males and females, are a 
sort of encouragement to keep the human species alive through marriage and 
reproduction, But is not an end in itself. Mankind and its continuity is desired 
only for the continuity of the religion of Allah, the dominance of monotheism and 
the divine worship through piety. Allah says: And I did not create the firm and 
the human beings except that they should worship Me. (51 :56)When He 
commands them to do anything concerning their life in this world, it is done only 
to make it easier for them to worship their Lord; it is not done with the aim of 
encouraging them to submerge themselves in sexual desire and worldly 
attractions. 

No doubt the apparent meaning of do good beforehand for yourselves is 
"reproduce and bring into this world new souls to replace those who are dying 
every day"; but it is not the final goal: the real aim is to keep the remembrance 
of Allah going on, by producing righteous people who will do good deeds, the 
recompense and reward of which will reach their forefathers who were 
instrumental in bringing those good-doers into the world. Allah says: ...and We 
write down what they have sent before and their footprints... (36:12) 

This leads us to believe that the real meaning of do good beforehand for 
yourselves is 'send good deeds beforehand for the day of resurrection'. Allah 
says: ...the day when man shall see what his two hands have sent before... 
(78:40);... and whatever of good you send on beforehand for yourselves you will 
find it with A Hah. . . (73:20) 

This verse under discussion (and do good beforehand for yourselves, and fear 
Allah, and know, that you are to meet Him ...) is similar to verse 59:18: you 
who believe! Fear Allah, and let every soul consider what it has sent on for 
tomorrow and fear Allah; surely Allah is Aware of what you do. 

In short, the meaning of these sentences is as follows: 

and do good beforehand for yourselves: Send on good deeds beforehand for 
the day of resurrection. Producing children and training them to be righteous 
servants of Allah and good members of the society is one of those good deeds. 

and fear Allah: taqwa (fear of Allah, piety) consists of going into the tilth as 
commanded by Allah, neither exceeding the limits imposed by Him, neglecting 
the divine ordinance, nor committing unlawful acts. 

and know that you are to meet Him. The order, in fact, means 'fear Allah whom 
you have to meet on the day of resurrection, lest your reckoning be severe'. 
The same is the significance of verse 59:18, mentioned earlier which says: and 
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verb "to know" for the meaning "to be on guard", "to safeguard" and "to look 
out. "Allah says: ...and know that Allah intervenes between man and his heart... 
(8:24);it means, 'be afraid of His intervention between you and your hearts. ' 

and give good news to the believers. Good deeds and fear of the day of 
reckoning are the chief characteristics of faith. Therefore, the talk was ended by 
giving good news to the believers. For this very reason, verse 59:18 began 
with the words: O you who believe. 

Traditions 

Ahmad, Abd ibn Hamid, ad-Darimi, Muslim, Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi, an-Nasai, 
Ibn Majah, Abu Ya'la, Ibn al-Mundhir; Abu Hatim, an-Nahhas (in an-Nasikh), 
Abu Hayyan, and al Bayhaqi (in his as-Sunan) have narrated from Anas: ... The 
Jews, when a woman of their house was in monthly period, turned her out of 
the house; they did not eat with her; did not drink with her, nor did they Eve with 
her in the same house. The Messenger of, Allah was asked concerning this 
matter. Then Allah sent down the verse: And they, ask you about menstruation, 
Say: It is a discomfort; therefore, keep aloof from the women during the 
menstruation... The Messenger of Allah, therefore, said: 'Remain with them in 
the (same) houses, and do everything except sexual intercourse. ' This report 
reached the Jews, and they said, 'This man does not want to leave anything to 
our customs without going against it. ' Usayd ibn al-Hudayr and Abbad ibn Bishr 
came and said: 'O Messenger of Allah! The Jews are saying so and so. Should 
we not now establish sexual relations also with them?' On hearing it the face of 
the Messenger of Allah changed and we thought that he had become angry 
with them. Then they went out; and at the same moment some milk was 
brought to the Messenger of Allah as a present; so he sent it behind them and 
made them drink it. Thus they knew that he was not angry with them. " [ad- 
Durru'l manthur] 

It is reported from as-Sadiq about the verse, And they ask you about 
menstruation that the man who asked it was Thabit ibn ad-Dahdah. [ibid] 

The author says: The same thing has been narrated also from Maqatil. 

There is a tradition that as-Sadiq (a.s.) said about the word of Allah, go into 
them as Allah has commanded you: It is about seeking a child; therefore seek a 
child from where Allah has commanded you. [at-Tahdhib] 

as-Sadiq (a.s.) was asked: "What can the husband of a menstruating woman 
get from her?" He said: "Everything except the front part itself. " [al-Kafi] 

Another tradition is reported from the same Imam about the woman whose 
blood stops at the end of her usual period. The Imam said: "If her husband is 
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then he may touch her, if he so wishes, before she takes her obligatory bath. " 
Other tradition adds: "And the bath is preferable to me. " [ibid] 

The author says: There are numerous traditions of the same meaning. The 
word used in the Qur'an is recited hatta yathurna (till they have become clean); 
and it refers to the stopping of blood. Therefore, the Qur'an and these traditions 
support each other. 

It is said that the difference between the two words, yathurna (they have 
become clean) and yatatahharna (they have cleansed themselves) is that the 
second form implies doing something by one's own choice; therefore, it Would 
mean taking the bath; but the first does not imply any choice; thus it would refer 
to the stopping of blood. 

Accordingly, sexual intercourse is prohibited until they have become clean, i.e., 
until the blood stops. As soon as the blood stops, relations are again allowed. 

When they have cleansed themselves go into them: If the cleansing refers to 
washing it would mean that the washing, as described in this tradition, is 
sunnah (commendable); and if it means taking the obligatory bath, then the 
verse would imply that it is commendable (sunnah) to go into them after they 
have taken their obligatory bath, as the above tradition says, 1 1 and bath Js 
preferable to me. " But in no case does this verse implies that going into them 
after stoppage of blood and before the bath is prohibited, because the moment 
of prohibition lasts until the blood stops. 

There is a tradition about the words of Allah, Surely Allah loves those who turn 
much (to Him), and He loves those who purify themselves, that as-Sadiq (a.s.) 
said: "The people used to cleanse themselves (after defecation) with cotton and 
stones etc. Then was instituted cleansing with water, and it is a good habit. 
Therefore, the Messenger of Allah ordered it and did it. Then Allah sent down in 
His Book: Surely Allah loves those who turn much (to Him), and He loves those 
who purify themselves. [al-Kafi] 

The author says: There are numerous traditions with this meaning, and it is said 
in some of them that the first man to cleanse himself with water was Bara ibn 
Azib; then this verse was revealed and the custom established. 

There is a tradition in the same book from Salam ibn al-Mustanir that he said: "I 
was with Abu Jarir (a.s.) when Himran ibn A 'yun entered and asked him 
concerning some things. When Himran wanted to stand up (and go back), he 
told Abu Ja'far (a.s.): 7 wish to inform you - May Allah prolong your life and may 
He grant us the benefit of your presence - that we come to you; and before we 
go out from your presence, our hearts become soft, our souls think no more 
about this world, and we disdain the wealth which people have in their hands. 

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Then we go away from your presence, and when we mingle with people and 
traders, we (again) love this world.' Abu Ja'far (a.s.) said: 'It is these hearts; at 
one time they become hard, at another, soft. ' Then the Imam continued: 'Surely, 
the companions of Muhammad (s.a.w.) once told him: "0 Messenger of Allah! 
We are afraid of hypocrisy (appearing) in ourselves. " He asked: "And why do 
you feel so?" They said: "When we are in your presence and you remind us (of 
Allah) and invite us (to piety), we become afraid (of the displeasure of Allah), 
and we forget the world and forsake it, so much so that we (seem to) see the 
hereafter and the garden and the fire; this all is so long as we are in your 
presence. But as soon as we come out of your presence, and enter these (our) 
houses, and feel the scent of our children and see our families, our condition 
changes almost completely, as though we had no conviction of anything. Do 
you fear that it is hypocrisy on our part?" Then the Messenger of Allah told 
them: "Not at all. Surely, these steps are of Satan who wants to attract you 
towards this world. By Allah If you continued in that condition which you have 
just described, you would indeed shake hands with the angels, and would walk 
upon the water. And had it not been that you commit sins and then seek pardon 
from Allah, He would certainly create (another) creation who would commit sins 
and then ask forgiveness of Allah, so that Allah would forgive them. Verily the 
believer is seduced, (but is also) often-returning (to Allah). " Have you not heard 
the words of Allah: Surely Allah loves those who turn much (to Him), and He 
loves those who purify themselves. And Allah says: And that ask forgiveness of 
your Lord, then turn to Him... (1 1:3)'" 

The author says: A similar tradition has been reported by al-Ayyashi in his at- 
Tafsir 

The words of the Prophet, "if you continued in that condition... "point to the 
position of wilayah (friendship of Allah) which means keeping aloof from the 
world and fixing the eyes on to what is with Allah. We have explained it partly 
under verse 2:156. 

His words, "And had it not been that you commit sins... allude to a mystery of 
the divine decree. And we shall talk about it under verse 15:21 (And there is not 
a thing but with Us are the treasures of it, and We do not send it down but in a 
known measure) and other such verses. 

The words, "Have you not heard. ..are of Abu Ja'far (a.s.) and are addressed to 
Him ran. These words interpret tawbah and taharah as returning to Allah by 
desisting from wrong and removing the filth of sins from the soul and the trust of 
mistakes from the heart. It is an example of deducing a conclusion by looking at 
a verse from one level while at another level a new result (but never in conflict 
with the first) may be obtained. For example, the verse, None shall touch it save 
the purified ones (56:79) proves at one level that none has the knowledge of 
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other level, it declares that touching the writing of the Qu'ran without doing 
wudu or taking the bath is prohibited. 

Creation progresses, taking from the treasures that are with Allah, until it 
reaches the last level of maqadir (the measures, decrees) Allah says: And there 
is not a thing but with Us are the treasures of it, and We do not send it down but 
in a known measure. (15:21) 

Likewise, the, decrees do not come down to us except after passing through 
various stages of reality. This subject will be further explained under the verse, 
He it is Who has revealed the Book to you; some of its verses are decisive... 
(3:7) 

From above, it may be understood that the verse under discussion, at one level 
refers to returning the soul and heart to Allah by cleansing them from the dirt of 
sins (as mentioned just above), and, at another level, obliges one to take the 
bath; and at this level these two words would mean returning the body towards 
Allah by removing uncleanliness. 

This explains also the tradition of the Imam: "Allah sent down to Ibrahim (a.s.) 
uprightness (hanifiyyah) and it is cleanliness (taharah,). And it is ten things - 
five in the head, and five in the body. That which is in the head is: trimming the 
moustache, keeping the beard, cutting the hair, cleansing the teeth, and picking 
the teeth; and that which is in the body is: removing the hair from the body, 
circumcision, cutting the nails, taking bath after janabah (i.e. after sexual 
intercourse or ejaculation during sleep), and cleansing by water after an 
evacuation of the bowel. This is the pure uprightness brought by Ibrahim; it was 
not abrogated, nor will it be abrogated up to the day of resurrection. ..al-Qummi. 
There are many traditions showing that the above things are a part of 
cleanliness. Some of them say: Indeed nurah (hair removing paste) is a purifier. 

There is a tradition about the words of Allah: Your women are a tilth for you... 
narrated by Mu'ammar ibn Khallad that Abu l-Hasan ar-Rida (a.s.) told him: 
"What do you say about going into the women in their posterior? I said: 7 have 
been told that the people of Medina have no objection about it. ' He said: 'Verily 
the Jews said that if a man comes (into her) from her behind, his child 
(regulating from that intercourse) will be cross-eyed. Therefore, Allah revealed: 
Your women are tilth for You, so go into your filth from where you like, that is, 
from their behind. '" [al-Ayyashi] 

There is in the same book a tradition from as-Saqid (a.s.) that he said about this 
verse: "From her front and from her behind (but) in the vagina. " 

Another tradition in the same book reports that Abu Basir asked Abu Abdillah 
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expressed his abhorance of it and said: "Beware of the anus of women. " Then 
he said: "Your women are a tilth for you, so go into your tilth as you like" only 
means "whenever you like." 

The same book narrates from al-Fath ibn Yazid al-Jurjani that he wrote same 
question to ar-Rida (a.s.); and the same reply came: "You asked about the man 
who enters into a woman in her posterior; the woman is a plaything; she should 
not, be hurt, and she is a tilth as Allah has said. " 

The Author says: There are numerous traditions with this meaning narrated 
from the Imam ofAhlu l-bayt (a.s.) in al-Kafi, at-Tahdhib, and Tafsirs of al- 
'Ayyashi and al-Qummi. All of them show that the verse of tilth only proves that 
intercourse should be into the front part. Of course, there is a tradition in Tafsir 
of al-Ayyashi narrated by Abdullah ibn Abi Ya'fur in which he says: "I asked 
Abu Abdillah (a.s.) about going into women in their posterior; he said: "There is 
no haram in it"; then he recited the verse: Your women are a tilth for you, so go 
into your tilth when (as) you like. 

But, apparently the meaning of "going into women in their posterior" means 
entering into vagina from behind; and the verse quoted supports this meaning, 
as has been seen in the tradition of Mu'ammar ibn Khalldd, mentioned above. 

Ibn Asakir has narrated a tradition from Jabir ibn Abdullah that he said: "The 
Ansar (of Medina) used to go into their women lying down; and the Quraysh (of 
Mecca) used various postures. A Quray shite man married a woman from Ansar 
and wanted to sleep with her (in his own way). She said: except in the way it 
should be done. The case was reported to the Messenger of Allah; so Allah 
revealed: so go into your tilth when (as) you like. That is, in any posture, 
standing, sitting or lying down, but it should be into the same passage. " [ad- 
Durru'l manthur] 

The author says: This meaning is narrated with numerous chains from various 
Companions, giving the same reason for its revelation. And the tradition of ar- 
Rida (a.s.) has already been quoted giving the same meaning. The words in 
this last tradition, "in one passage" allude to the rule that intercourse should be, 
in the front part only. There are numerous traditions showing that, going into 
their posterior is prohibited; the tradition are from numerous chains through 
numerous companions from the Prophet, 

Even those traditions narrated by our Imams of A hlu 'l-bayt. which show that 
entering into their posterior is allowed but with the utmost abhorrence do not 
offer the verse of tilth as their proof, They argue on the basis of verse 15:71, 
which quotes Lut as saying: "He said: 'These are my daughters if you are to do 
(aught)'. " Here Lut, (a.s.) offered his daughters to them, knowing well that they 
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verse. We shall talk about it there. Here it is enough to say that the verse of tilth 
has no relevance to this topic. 

But, even according to the Sunni traditions, the ruling is not unanimous. It has 
been narrated from 'Abdullah ibn Vmar, Malik ibn Anas, Abu Sa'id al-Khudri 
and others that they did not see any hAllah in that practice and they used the 
verse of tilth as their proof. Ibn Vmar goes so far as to say that it was revealed 
specifically to legalise this practice. 

It is reported on the authority of ad-Dar Qutni (in al-Ghara'ib. of Malik) through 
his chain to Nafi' that he said: "Ibn Vmar told me, 'Keep the Qur'an before me, 
Nafi'l Then he recited until he reached the verse, Your women are a tilth for 
you, so go into your tilth when you like. He asked me: 'Do you know, about 
whom this verse was revealed?' I replied: 'No!' He said: 'It was revealed about a 
man from Ansar who entered into the posterior of his woman; so people thought 
it a grave matter. Then Allah revealed: Your women are a tilth for you, so go 
into your tilth when you like. ' I said: 'From her back side into her front part?' He 
said: 'No. But into her back side itself.' [ad-Durru'l-manthur] 

The author says: This meaning has been narrated from Ibn Vmar With 
numerous chains. Ibn 'l-Barr has said: "The tradition with this meaning from Ibn 
Vmar is sahih (correct) well-known and famous. " 

Ibn Rahwayh, Abu Ya'la, Ibn Jarir, at-Tahawi (in his Mushkilu'l-athar) and Ibn 
Marduwayh have narrated with good chains from Abu Sa'id al-Khudri that a 
man entered into the posterior of his woman; people thought it bad of him; then 
the verse of tilth was revealed. [ad-Durru l-manthur] 

al-Khatib has narrated in the "narrators of Malik" from Abu Sulayman al- 
Jawzjani that he said: "I asked Malik ibn Anas about intercourse with lawful 
women into their posterior. He told me: 'Just now I have washed my head (i.e. 
taken a bath) after (doing) it. '"[ibid] 

at-Tahawi has narrated from the chain of Asbagh ibn al-Faraj from. Abdullah 
ibn al-Qasim that he said: "I did not find anyone whom I follow in my religion 
who was doubtful about its legality, (meaning, entering into the backside of the 
women). Then he read: Your women are a tilth for you. Then he asked. 'So 
what is more clear than this. " [ibid]. 

There is. a tradition in as-Sunan of Abu Dawud, from 'Ibn Abbas that he said: 
"Surely Ibn Vmar, May' Allah forgive him, fell into error (in interpreting the verse 
of tilth, in. this way). The fact is that there were some tribes of Medina, and. 
they were idolworshippers, residing with some tribes of the Jews, and they were 
the people of the Book. And these Medinites thought that the Jews were 
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their customs. And those people of the Book did not go to the women but one 
posture only (i.e. lying down), and that was most comfortable to the Woman. 
And these tribes of Ansar of Medina adopted this method from them. Now these 
Qurayshite used very strange postures; and they enjoyed keeping them in 
various position - lying down, facing them or entering from their backside. When 
the emigrants came to Medina, one of them married a woman from Ansar and 
started doing like this with her. She complained of it to him and said: 

'We were doing it in one way, you do like that or keep away from me. ' This 
news spread, till it reached the Messenger of Allah. Then Allah revealed the 
verse: Your women are a tilth for you, so go into your tilth when you like. It 
means, facing them, from their back side or lying down, meaning in the place of 
child (i.e. in the place where conception may take place). " 

The author says: as-Suyuti has narrated it through other chains also, from 
Mujahid from Ibn Abbas. 

It is reported in the same book: Ibn Abdi'l-Hakam has narrated that ash-Shafi'i 
argued with Muhammad ibn al-Hasan on this subject. Ibn al-Hasan argued that 
"the tilth can be in the front part only. " ash-Shafi'i said: "Then doing it anywhere 
except in the front part will be prohibited?" He agreed. He (ash- Shafi'i) said: 
"Do you think, if he did with her between her thighs or in the folds of her belly, is 
there any tilth in it?" He replied: "No!" He asked: "Will it then be unlawful?" He 
said: "No!" ash-Shafi'i said: "Then why do you bring an argument which you 
yourselves do not believe in?" 

It is reported in the same book: Ibn Jarir and Ibn Abi 'l-Hatim have narrated 
from Sa'id ibn Jubayr that he said: "Mujahid and I were sitting with Ibn Abbas 
when a man came to him and said: 'Will you not satisfy me about the verse of 
menstruation? He replied: 'Surely! Recite it. ' He recited: And they ask-you about 
menstruation... go into them as Allah has commanded you. Ibn Abbas said: 
'From where the blood was coming, you are ordered to go into the same place. ' 
The man said: 'Then what about the verse: Your women are a tilth for you, so 
go into your her when you like?' He replied: '0 Woe unto thee! Is there any tilth 
in the posterior? If what you say were correct then the verse of menstruation 
would be abrogated, because if that place was not open (because of blood) you 
would go into this (other) place! But his verse means "whenever you like" in the 
night or day! 

The author says: The last argument is defective. The verse of menstruation 
only says that in that period going into the front part of the women is prohibited. 
If, allegedly, the verse of tilth allows going into their posterior, it would cover a 
new subject, and there would be no conflict between it and the verse of 
menstruation. So, there would be no question of either abrogating the other. 
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going into women in their posterior is allowed. Of course, some traditions 
narrated from Ibn 'Abbas argue that the words, "go into them as Allah has 
commanded you", prove that going into women in their posterior is forbidden. 
But we have already explained that it is the most defective argument, because 
the verse only says that entering into their front part is prohibited so long as 
they have not become clean. It says nothing about other matters; and the verse 
of tilth also says nothing except that one may go into one's tilth at any time, 

This subject is from Islamic law; we have dealt here with only that side of it 
which was relevant to the subject of at-Tafsir. 

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