It was apparent that he was responding to some comment I had left on a video. They also tend to make it seem like women have little to no sexual desire. I responded with my usual response, about many women having equal to or higher sexual desire than men so what for them? And hurs companions being for both men and women etc. Did he really say what I think he said? So does he mean that if women enjoyed rape that would mean they have high sexual desire?

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In this post I aim to briefly talk about the hur-al-ayn and make clear a few things about the maidens of paradise for those who use it as a means of attacking Islam by saying that Islam is a sexist religion. Each pleasure of Jannat will be far more superior than the comparable pleasure found in this world, and a person will be able to completely fulfill his desire for that pleasure. There are two types of women in Jannat 1- The Human woman The first type is the human woman of the world who will be re-created according to the beauty of Jannat.

Allah says, "We created them as a new creation. And we made them virgins, loving to their husbands, equal in age. No matter how their appearance was in this world, Allah will make them all beautiful and good-looking in accordance to the beauty of Jannat. What will a woman of this world receive in Jannat?

Mufti Mahmud was asked that if men will receive hurs, what will women receive? He replied that the wives of the believers will stay with their own husbands. Women who never married in this world will be given a choice to get married with any unmarried man they wish. If they do not like any of them, a special man will be created for them similar to the hurs and Allah will join both of them in marriage.

The love between a Muslim husband and wife is a true love because it will last forever. Allah will put light on their faces and silk on their bodies. Their incense-burners will be made of pearls and their combs will be of gold. We are the women who will always remain in comfort and we will never undergo difficulty. We are the women who will stay and we will never leave. Listen, we are happy women and we will never become sad.

Glad tidings to those men for whom we are and who are for us. A hur is a young, beautiful, fair-skinned woman with intensely dark eyes. Another interpretation is that there will be a sharp contrast between the whiteness and darkness of her eyes which is considered to very beautiful.

Or it could also mean that her beauty will dumbfound and astonish others. Allah says "These women will be delicate and pure as if they were preserved eggs. A person can see through a ruby and know what is on the other side. In the same way, a person will be able to see through the hurs because of the cleanliness and delicate nature of their skin and body. Allah has also compared the hurs to small pearls because of their softness, whiteness, and pleasant sight.

For you is good health; you will never become sick. For you is youth; you will never grow old. For you is luxury and comfort, you will never experience difficulty. Both the men and women of Jannat will remain young forever. Summary: husband and wife in this world will be husband and wife in Jannah if they wish because in Islam love really does last forever.

In Jannah men and women will be treated as equals just as they are treated as equals in the Dunya. Women who were not married in the Dunya will be given a choice to marry any unmarried man in the Akhira. Allah will make the women of this world more beautiful and attractive than the hurs. For all the unmarried sisters choose the right guy, the one that will enter Jannah with you. The one that you want to be with forever. Marry him only if he loves Allah above all and inshaAllah be his Maiden of Paradise!


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Tojasida Imam Fudayl Ibn Iyaad. You are my beloved and I am yours! But at the same hurla, sexual excitement is still on body. They will say that it was a glimpse of the Houri that it had peeped from the corner of the door to get a glimpse of yours. Post was not sent — check your email addresses!







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