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assalamualaikum, i know i might be treading sensitive and controversial territory but would it be possible for respected mufti to educate me about the issue of polygamy and hoor al ayn in jannah,,it is most womens’ardent desire to be in an exclusive relationship with her husband, sometimes a women makes lots of sacrifices in marriage, especially when she has to put up with difficult in laws living with them, bringing up children, sacrificing sleep, etc much more than men ever realise and all she wants is for a man to love and cherish her, be loyal and faithful and treat her the way she deserves to be treated and cherishe
Why would Allah cause jealousy between husband and wife on this earth when He promises to give the same cause of jealousy (multiple wives) in Heaven to one gender (man) as a reward? Who put love, mercy, and affection between the spouses? It is sad to find that in traditional Muslim literature the concept of Jannah is a place specially created for men; there is no equality between men and women.
For men, Jannah is simply an extension of the earth where they established control and dominance over women through legitimizing unsanctioned polygamy and unlimited sex with females. One mans Heaven is a womans Hell. This is supported by scholars, as a majority of them state that Paradise is a place of fulfillment of desires, and men being prone to polygamy will receive this as a reward.

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This question arises when the quality of jealousy exists, which does not exist in Jannat.

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Answered on January 1, 1970 12:00 am