South Carolina Muslim cleric Muhammad Sayyed Adly recently said that the man owns the woman and that women should be “as prisoners in your hands or in your house.”
Islamic law forbids women to leave the house without permission from her male guardian.
In the few short months since confirming the ending of her marriage, the details about Janet Jackson’s troubling partnership with Wissam Al Mana have begun to unravel.
In a new report from US Weekly, it is alleged that Janet’s desperation for stability following the death of her brother Michael Jackson led to her tumultous [sic] five-year marriage. Janet’s relationship with Al Mana began as a much needed escape upon meeting in Dubai in April 2010. “He swept in at just the right time,” an insider said of Al Mana. “He bailed her out and whisked her away to the Middle East.”…
However, Janet reportedly began to feel “like a prisoner” as she grew isolated from friends and family. Over time, Al Mana’s desire for “a traditional wife who stuck with Muslim traditions” began to change things. “Janet felt like her music was suffering and she resented Wissam,” the insider said….