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This didn't get censored: Saudi Arabia video teaches men how to 'properly' beat their wives

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Okay. We officially cannot find any words in the English dictionary to describe this video or to make sense of it. Watch it for yourself.

The video features a self-styled Islamic family doctor, (whatever that means) who will tell you, the husbands or the men, how to "properly" beat your wives or the women of the house. Describing this video as 'bizarre' or 'cringeworthy' or even 'sick' is not fair. The video is all of those words combined and some more. The video doesn't stop punching you in the gut till the last frame and then you find out that this officially crazy video has been approved by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to air on their national television.

After airing the video in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi government released the controversial video in the United States via the Washington DC-based Middle East Media Research Institute, in April 2016.

According to the doctor who goes by the name Al-Saqaby, properly beating your wife is a multi-level process. First try and discipline them ‘properly’. When that does not work stop having sex with them. (He keeps saying "forsake" in bed but it's beneath us to use such phrase). He then makes it clear that in marriage, there is nothing like equality, and that men should take charge and rule the home.

You know what, we will just leave you to it. Watch and outrage.


Updated Date: Jun 09, 2016 17:15 PM

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