An author has been hailed as the Muslim answer to Belle De Jour, after penning the first ever halal sex manual for women. The US-born author who goes by the pen name Umm Muladhat wrote The Muslimah Sex Manual: A Halal Guide to Mind Blowing Sex, which was released last week. The website is amazing specially cause it's for free, while most of the other websites are not.The Archbishop of Strasbourg has said Muslims in his country are aware their high birth rate will soon lead to a 'Great Replacement' of the French population.The debate is seeing France’s constitutional secularism pitted against freedom of religion, with emotions running high on both sides.Proponents argue the move preserves “security and secularism”, while critics have condemned it as a sexist attack on human rights and a valuable recruiting tool for Isis and other jihadist groups propagating the idea of a war on Muslims in the West.Roman Catholic Luc Ravel also spoke out against abortion, explaining he cannot accept the practice 'because I love France'.The term 'Great Replacement' is often used by controversial French writer Renaud Camus, who believes that a combination of France's large Muslim population, its relatively high birth rate and migration will soon lead to the country's culture changing.
The deepest differences between Muslims and Westerners concern not politics but sexuality.
The book was inspired by a newlywed acquaintance who asked her to share some tips as - aside from being aware of the mechanics of lovemaking - she had no idea what to do with her husband in bed.'I put an emphasis on having sex only with your spouse, but having the full range of sexual experiences with that spouse,' Umm told The Observer.
'Islamically, there's an emphasis on enjoying physical relationships within the context of marriage, not just for procreation. Before marriage, she had never so much as held a non-mahram's hand, let alone become physically intimate with one,' Umm explained on her website. You don't want to rush into the kiss and bump teeth. Tilt your head to the side so that you don't bump noses.
The second commune to announce a burkini ban, Villeneuve-Loubet, was not so direct with allusions to terror and extremism.
Its rule stipulates that only clothing that “is respectful to morality and secular principles, and in compliance with hygiene and safety rules” is allowed.