Sarawakians have been told not to believe the content of a controversial new book on Islam sex by the Obedient Wives Club (OWC)
Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister Department (Islamic Affairs) Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman said OWC was made up of a small group of people bent on creating a different sort of Islamic teachings.
He said OWC members’ belief and views were misleading and could tarnish the image of Islam.
“The content of the book is just the opinion of a small group of people on how wives should entertain their husband.
“What they have been preaching is not true in Islam, therefore, we hope Muslims should not believe in them.
Non-Muslim also should not accept their belief as part of the Islamic teachings,” he told reports after the distribution of tithe in Kuching yesterday.
Asked about the book’s legality, he said: “Honestly, I’m not sure about its status, but if they have launched it I can also assumed that it is not banned.
“But as of now, we have not seen people in Sarawak reading the book.
Daud said he was not unduly worried by people buying the book, saying Muslim wives in Sarawak generally understood their roles without having to read the book.
Seks Islam, perangi Yahudi untuk kembalikan seks Islam kepada dunia or “Islamic sex, fighting the Jews to return Islamic sex to the world” was launched in Kota Baru, Kelantan by OWC on Oct 12, 2010.