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Saudi Follows Egypt in Allowing Grown Men to Breast feed.....uh yes u read it correctly

Exclusive: Got Milk, Sheikh? Dr. Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin, Dr. Joan Jutta Lachkar


While the Saudis might have a lot of oil, they seem to be running short on milk. So much so that one of their imams wrote a fatwa* recently permitting the breast feeding of adult males thereby getting around the gender apartheid of the Kingdom of the Deprived. This would allow the nursing adult male to become mahram** and the nursing woman can then be in close quarters with him. To clarify his status changes from say a frequent visitor to more like a quasi member of the family, even called a "milk" brother, sort of like a blood brother.


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Tags: BREAST FEEDING , Egypt, Islam, MUSLIMS, Saudi, UK, USA

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Comment by Herman Van Keer on August 2, 2010 at 3:18
Not the first time, this 7th century barbarism is going ridiculous:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/6681511.stm
One of Sunni Islam's most prestigious institutions is to discipline a cleric after he issued a decree allowing women to breastfeed their male colleagues.
Dr Izzat Atiya of Egypt's al-Azhar University said it offered a way around segregation of the sexes at work.
His fatwa stated the act would make the man symbolically related to the woman and preclude any sexual relations.
Comment by Gaia on August 1, 2010 at 22:25

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