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In the short clip that was uploaded on May 27, Shiite Imam Bassem al-Sheraa speaks with a class at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Center in Detroit

Detroit Imam says that beating a woman is a reminder and a means of clarifying when she is misbehaved & # 39; – just a few months after he made anti-Semitic remarks about Jewish women

  • In the short clip that was uploaded on May 27, Shiite Imam Bassem al-Sheraa speaks with a class at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Center in Detroit
  • The leader claims that the Quran refers to a kind of throbbing effect that causes no pain and leaves no red spot
  • Al-Sheraa then explained how the punishment should be similar to that when disciplining their child
  • He was blasted in January for making anti-Semitic remarks after a video surfaced of another doctrine from him in downtown Detroit.
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A Imam from Michigan was filmed and informed students about the purpose of & # 39 ;, according to a video posted by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

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In the short clip that was uploaded on May 27, Shiite Imam Bassem al-Sheraa speaks with a class at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Center in Detroit.

According to the Washington-based non-profit organization, the leader claims that the Quran refers to a form of beating that causes no pain and leaves no red mark.

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In the short clip that was uploaded on May 27, Shiite Imam Bassem al-Sheraa speaks with a class at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Center in Detroit

In the short clip that was uploaded on May 27, Shiite Imam Bassem al-Sheraa speaks with a class at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Center in Detroit

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He went on to say: (The Prophet) said beating her is intended to remind her that she has misbehaved in cases where words (of admonition) do not change her mind.

Al-Sheraa then explained how the punishment should be similar to that when disciplining their child.

& # 39; It is just like when your child reaches out to touch the socket or a fire … What do you do? That's how it goes, "he said.

The leader claims that the Quran refers to a kind of throbbing effect that causes no pain and leaves no red spot

The leader claims that the Quran refers to a kind of throbbing effect that causes no pain and leaves no red spot

The leader claims that the Quran refers to a kind of throbbing effect that causes no pain and leaves no red spot

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& # 39; It's like when your child picks up something dangerous and is about to eat it … You hit his hand like a memory. This is a reminder and a means to get clarification. This is what the & # 39; are correct & # 39; means. & # 39;

In January, MEMRI accused the religious leader of making anti-Semitic remarks after a video surfaced of another one of his lessons in downtown Detroit.

& # 39; He accused the Jews of tricks and fraud in matters of religion and morality, and of collecting gold and spreading usury, & # 39; the MEMRI claimed.

Al-Sheraa then explained how the punishment should be similar to that when disciplining their child

Al-Sheraa then explained how the punishment should be similar to that when disciplining their child

Al-Sheraa then explained how the punishment should be similar to that when disciplining their child

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Explain that usury practices a & # 39; peculiar Jewish philosophy & # 39; Imam Al-Sheraa said that the Jews have used it as a means of gaining power, even if it contradicts their religious teachings, and that even the modern banking system is based on the Jews. & # 39; instructions and vision. & # 39;

Al-Sheera is also alleged that Jewish women have managed brothels in Europe, adding that & # 39; the Jews allow their faith to be passed on maternally, so that their women can increase the Jewish population through prostitution & # 39 ;.

He would graduate from Najaf Hawza in Iraq.

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