Oh, we Zionist Crusaders are clever! We can alter the text of the Qur’an itself, and as if that weren’t enough, we can also put programs about how to beat one’s wife (in accord with Qur’an 4:34, another Zionist-inspired text, doncha know) onto Saudi TV — that’s right, we can interfere with the programming in the Land of the Two Holy Sites itself!
“Iranian TV Reports on MEMRI TV Clips on Wife Beating in Islam,” from MEMRITV (thanks to Writer Mom):
Following are excerpts from an Iranian television program using clips from MEMRI TV, which aired on Channel 2 on Novemeber 5, 2007.
Reporter: A few days ago, a Saudi TV channel broadcast a program that caused an uproar throughout the world. Our show brings you this report.
Translator: How should one beat [one’s wife], in your view? The beatings should be light and should avoid the face. The man should beat his wife in places where it won’t leave marks. He should not beat her on the hand.
Reporter : Don’t be amazed. You are hearing correctly. This show gives instructions on the proper way to beat your wife. My curiosity to see how this show reverberated led me to search the Internet. When I typed the name of the Al-‘Arifi guy, I encountered a whole host of items denouncing this show. They all said that wife-beating stems from the laws of Islam. In one item, it even said that in Islamic countries, like Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan, men beat their wifes and children once a day. In addition, I came across many clips of speeches on the rules of wife-beating, which served as a pretext for TV networks to present anti-Islamic propaganda. Such networks are more interested in psychological warfare than in presenting real news. This is true for Fox News, BBC, and all the other networks of the “cultural” NATO, or, in other words, all the Zionist, anti-Islamic networks. Even if we assume that the people who made the show about wife-beating were not acting on the orders of these media giants — judge for yourselves who profits from such shows, which lead to such extremist propaganda.