CAIRO – A new Shari`ah-compliant website has been launched from Palestine to offer married Muslim couples advice on relationships and how to improve their intimate life.
“Our aim is to provide a range of tasteful products to help rekindle the purity and passion between married couples,” Dubai-based The National newspaper reported on Thursday, June 5, citing Karaz.me website. “Karaz is proud to help foster healthy relationships and open communication by offering a wide spectrum of marital aids that help husbands and wives achieve and maintain an intimate lifestyle.”
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Launched in Palestine three month ago, the website began to gain foothold after appearing in Dubai Arabnet conference.
The site, according to its chief executive, Ashraf Al Kiswani, offers services and products according to the Islamic Shari`ah.
Along with relationship advices, the site offers sex advice to married Muslim couples.
The website’s blog shows a picture of the fatwa that permits the site’s activities.
“There is in general a lack of education and a discomfort for professors and teachers talking about this subject openly, so that is why we launched Karaz,” Al Kiswani said.
“It provides marital and sexual aids that are within the realm of Islam, so they have to be acceptable by Islamic guidelines – anything for sexual enhancement, like creams, lotions, pills, massage oils and lingerie, things that can enhance the playfulness between husband and wife.
“Islam promotes anything that helps bridge the gap between husband and wife and it is a firm belief that sexual intimacy is built on strong communication.
“It helps make a happier environment at home.”
The website founder asserted that they aimed at cutting climbing divorce rates in the Arab world by offering help in a constructive way.
“We have a blog section that has a wide range of topics including sexual health, sex in Islam and relationship advice and tips to make the overall experience for husbands and wives more happy,” Al Kiswani said.
“We want to reduce the cases of infidelity. If they are happy and trying new things, then there is no need to go and look for it elsewhere.”
Allah created the sexual desire in humans. It is as normal as is the desire for food or shelter.
Yet, Islam is aware of educating man on the proper way of satisfying his desire in the light of its noble teachings.
Al Kiswani added that initial fear from the community was tackled easily after convincing the customers on the important message it carries.
“We have a fatwa to say that this is acceptable in Islam,” he said.
“This is a Sharia-compliant website and we are trying to bridge the gap between husband and wife.
“Once I tell them that it is not haram then it is usually fine, and a lot of them think it is a great idea.”
Reproduced with permission from OnIslam.net - Read full article here
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