Abdullah ibn Sarh, the author of thBiography of Prophet Muhammad - Illustrated, presents a new digital comic book, Sex in Islam -- According to Prophet Muhammad.


This illustrated book described the sex life of Muhammad, the founder of Islam, and the shari’a (Islamic rules) about sex in the Qur’an and the ahadith (Muhammad’s words and actions). Sex is an intrinsic part of Islam. In fact, without it Muhammad would have failed to spread Islam far and wide. Sex was often given as a reward to the prophet’s followers to engage in Jihad (holy war). If they won, the Muslim army would either be rewarded with sex slaves (out of female prisoners) or they could have sold them as commodities in slave markets. If they lost, their prophet, with the help of the ultimate guarantor, Allah, rewarded them eternal sexual bliss with 72 virgins in His seventh heaven. [1] So, it was a win-win situation for Muslims and sex was and still is the ultimate prize.

It is also not a coincidence that shari’a was created to exert power by men over women. Muhammad told Muslimas (Muslim women) amongst others, that ‘Your husband is your paradise or hell.” [2] This simply means that a woman’s place in the afterlife depends solely on her ability to please her husband. If he is pleased, paradise will be hers but woe unto those who fall to give satisfaction.

In a nutshell, the shari’a comprised of laws that oblige women to never deny their husbands’ sexual rights (including with his sex slaves), their husbands’ right to polygamy, and to beat and divorce them unilaterally at his discretion. Wives are to be treated as tilth (Q 2:223). Only as such are they considered to be obedient and fit for heaven.

Of course many Muslimas will insist that this is not true and that Islam ‘gives women right.’ Yet any Muslima born in a Muslim society knows that she has no choice but to obey the shari’a. They live in ‘fear of hell fire’ if their way of dress, bed-manners, cuisine, childbearing and child rearing fall short of her Islamic society’s expectation. Some Muslima feminists might even see this as a ni’mat, or a joy.

This book therefore will lay bare Muhammad’s laws on sex. The reader can then decided for themselves if Muhammad’s shari’a is really a ni’mat or a curse for both Muslims and Muslimas.


[1] Al-Tirmidhi, Vol. 4, Ch. 21, No. 2687

It was mentioned by Daraj Ibn Abi Hatim, that Abu al-Haytham ‘Adullah Ibn Wahb narrated from Abu Sa’id al-Khudhri, who heard the Prophet Muhammad PBUH saying, ‘The smallest reward for the people of Heaven is an abode where there are eighty thousand servants and seventy-two houri, over which stands a dome decorated with pearls, aquamarine and ruby, as wide as the distance from al-Jabiyyah to San’a.”

[2] Musnad Ahmad no. 26086

A woman came to ask the Prophet Muhammad about some matter, and when he had dealt with it, he asked her, “Do you have a husband?” She said, “Yes.” He asked her, “How are you with him?” She said, “I never fall short in my duties, except for that which is beyond me.” He said, “Pay attention to how you treat him, for he is your Paradise and your Hell.”


Content of the comic book:

1. The Wives of Prophet Muhammad

i. Khadijah bint Khuwaylid

ii. Sawda bint Zam’ah

iii. Aishah bint Abu Bakr

iv. Hafsa bint Umar

v. Juwairiyah bint Harith

vi. Zainab bint Jahsy

vii. Safiya bint Huyeiy

2. The concubines of Prophet Muhammad

i. Rayhana bint Zayd ibn Amr

ii. Mariyah Qubtiah

3. Wives Divorced

i. ‘Amrah bint Yazid

ii. Mulaykah bint Dawud

iii. Asma’ bint Noman

iv. Al-Shanba bint’ Amir

4. Niqah in Islam

5. Zinah in Islam

6. Polygamy in Islam

7. Adult Breastfeeding

8. Pedophilia in Islam

9. The Origin of Hijab

10. The Rape of Female Captives

11. Muslima’s Sexual Obligation

12. The Law of Divorce and Remarriage

13. Sex in Islamic Paradise

14. The Islamic Rape of the U.K.

15. Reference

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