But if you fear that ye cannot do justice,
then (marry only) one
̶–Al Qur’ān Al Karīm: 4 An Nisā: 3
Well, everyone is authorized to draw his/her own conclusions.
Of course there are certain interpretations of both Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam that support this erroneous conclusion.
Yes, I do agree.
Yet, even then, I don’t agree with the ridiculous idea that Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam do really support it.
Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam can’t be held responsible for what their interpreters do either erroneously or deliberately in their vested vile interests.
Polygamy is now heavily ridiculed and outlawed from non Islamic countries, without understanding its necessity in certain circumstances, humankind could never avoid, in its long history.
India is practicing even more ridiculous legal attitude in the matter.
It discriminates among its citizens profoundly.
Isn’t it ridiculous that it shouts at its highest that all of its citizens have equal rights?
They don’t have even the courage enough to state the truth in the matter.
They lie out shamelessly.
They say it’s allowed in Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam.
Wrong once again.
They again lie out shamelessly.
And the non Musalmīn imprudently allow the bloody cheaters lie out.
In fact, Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam both never allow any injustice to women whatsoever in the matter.
They shamelessly misuse Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam as a shield to protect their own atrocities and injustices to the womankind.
Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam strictly order its followers:
‘Wa in kħiftum allā tuqsitū filyatāmā fankiħū mā tāb lakumminannisāi masnā wa sulās wa rubāå.
Fa’in kħiftum allā tådilū fa wāħidatan
Aw mā malkat aymānukum
Zālik adnā allā tåūlū.’
‘And if you fear that you cannot act equitably towards orphans, then marry such women as seem good to you, two and three and four;
But if you fear that you will not do justice then (marry) only one or what your right hands possess.
This is more proper, that you may not deviate from the right course.’
-̶ Al Qur’ān Al Karīm: 4 An Nisā: 3
Every word in this magnificent Āyat-e-Karīmah is telling profoundly, overpoweringly and overwhelmingly that the pivotal thing, under discussion here, is justice and justice prevalently.
If justice is not there this magnificent Āyat-e-Karīmah restricts the marriage of a Musalmān to a simple monogamy only.
Now, isn’t it a fact that present day Musalmīn everywhere are misusing this magnificent Āyat-e-Karīmah?
Where is the justice in their behavior even in the so called Islamic Countries?
And if it is not there why the law is not interfering?
Maulānah Saiyad Abul Åālā Mawdūdīrħhas written:
‘This verse stipulates that marrying more wives than one is permissible on the condition that one treats his wives equitably. A person who avails himself of this permission granted by God to have a plurality of wives, and disregards the condition laid down by God to treat them equitably has not acted in good faith with God. In case there are complaints from wives that they are not being treated equitably, the Islamic state has the right to intervene and redress such grievances.’
The question is why the Islamic states don’tintervene while they are so enthusiastic in granting the rights concerned to their mankind?
How Al Qur’ān Al Karīm and Islam are responsible for it instead of the so called Islamic states and the so called secular state of India?
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