One panellist refers to being hit by a man as "a beautiful blessing" while another says it is "symbolic".When listing acts that "require disciplinary measures", the women raised disobedience to a husband, immoral acts, cheating, or having guests that the husband does not approve of.They have come from outside Birmingham and they don't understand our values." Birmingham Hodge Hill MP Liam Byrne also addressed those who gathered to chat over cake, tea and coffee at the mosque.
What a complete t*****," one wrote."I think Abdul needs to get laid. I'M DEAD."Others began to compare him to celebrities, with one suggesting: "Abdul Haq is clearly the Katie Hopkins of the group," and another joking: "Abdul Haq reminds me of Kanye West.
LOL."Anjem Choudary is a British Muslim social and political activist, as well as the spokesman for Islam4UK.
We take a look at his protests in pictures that have been at the centre of controversy and global debate Islam4UK Spokesman Anjem Choudary leaves a press conference in Millbank Studios on January 12, 2010.
The radical Islamic group had planned to stage a march through Wootton Bassett to honour Muslims who have been killed in the conflict in Afghanistan Later in the episode Fehran, a gay Muslim, came out to his housemates, a move that Abdul also took issue with."That is so against the divine text, I've got nothing more to say," he fumed, before walking out of the house.
In a Facebook message posted prior to the party, Mr Afzal said: "When the English Defence League is protesting and trying to divide the community, we are holding this party just to prove to them that Birmingham is a multicultural, multi-ethnic and multi-faith community.
"We are all united and they will not be able to divide us and create hatred." The West Midlands' elected Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson, also attended the party.
Labor's Tanya Plibersek said violence was "always a crime".
Australia's first Muslim frontbencher, Labor's Ed Husic, said the video was unacceptable and Senator Cash was right to describe it as abhorrent."It is not acceptable in any form to strike anyone, either between husband or wife or anywhere," he said.
Independent senator Cory Bernardi said he was appalled by the video and was glad to see it had been condemned by all sides of politics."I think it is disgraceful that anyone thinks it is acceptable [for] domestic violence in any way, shape or form to take place in Australia," he told ABC News.