„Give them food what you have for yourself, and clothe them by which you clothe yourself, and do not beat them, and do not revile them.“

—  Maomé

Sunan Abu-Daud Book 11, Hadith 2139 http://www.searchtruth.com/book_display.php?book=11&translator=3&start=44&number=2138#
Sunni Hadith
Contexto: Narrated Mu'awiyah al-Qushayri: I went to the Apostle of Allah (peace_be_upon_him) and asked him: What do you say (command) about our wives? He replied: Give them food what you have for yourself, and clothe them by which you clothe yourself, and do not beat them, and do not revile them.

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líder político árabe e fundador do Islão 570 - 632

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