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Monday, 11 April 2011

MP explains why men have affairs

MALAYSIAN men have extramarital sex because of "wives who neglect their responsibilities" to their husbands, a Malaysian MP has told his country's parliament, outraging women's groups.

"Husbands driving home after work see things that are sexually arousing and go to their wives to ease their urges," said independent lawmaker Ibrahim Ali, according to online portal Malaysiakini.
"But when they come home to their wives, they will say, 'wait, I'm cooking,' or 'wait, I'm getting ready to visit relatives'," Ibrahim said.

"In Islam, wives are supposed to stop everything to fulfil their husband's demands."

Ali heads Perkasa, a right-wing Malay nationalist group, seeking to protect ethnic Malay dominance in politics.

His strident comments came as he asked about plans by the government's religious development department to educate wives on their responsibilities.

Wives "failing in their duties" pushed men to go to "private places to satisfy their urges", he said.

An aide to the lawmaker has confirmed the remarks but has declined further comment.

His comments have prompted fury among women's groups in a nation with a growing sex industry and a problem with human trafficking.

Women's Aid Organisation chief Ivy Josiah said Ibrahim's comments were unacceptable for a parliamentarian.

"I am appalled as he equates women to being a sex toy and what is worse is that he uses religion to try and justify his position," she said.

"The comments not only show that Ibrahim Ali is a Malay supremacist but a male supremacist as well."

Rights group Tenaganita, which monitors issues of human trafficking and abuse, said such sentiments were one of the causes of human trafficking in the country.

"Because people like Ibrahim Ali believe it is their right to get sex anytime from their wives, or otherwise seek it from elsewhere, that's why you have a growing sex industry and we see such human trafficking cases," senior coordinator Aegile Fernandez said.

Last March, the government launched a national plan against human trafficking as the country moved to quash its image as a transit point for traffickers.

With one of Asia's largest populations of foreign labour, Malaysia relies on illegal and legal migrants to work as domestic servants in plantations and factories and to service the local sex industry.

Malaysian lawmakers also clashed with women's groups last month after a government parliamentarian claimed women were "slow" at the wheel and "oblivious" on the roads.

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Manager caught peeping in the nude

KUALA TERENGGANU: Angry villagers in Kampung Pulau Bahagia, Manir, caught and tied a Peeping tom to an electric pole before handing him over to the police.
The store manager of a hypermarket was naked when he was caught spying on a 23-year-old woman at about 1.15am here yesterday.
Her father, who is a factory operator, and brother found the 29-year-old perched on the wooden stairs at the back of their house.
They shouted at the suspect who promptly bolted. The duo chased him for about 200m before apprehending him with the help of other villagers.
With only a T-shirt covering his private parts, the manager was tied to the pole before he was handed over to Manir policemen.
Terengganu CID chief Asst Comm K. Manoharan said the suspect had hidden his motorcycle and clothing some 300m from the victim’s home.
“We are not ruling out the possibility that the suspect was also trying to break into the house,” he said.
“He has a prior record for breaking into houses and also tested positive for methamphetamine.

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