A Muslimcel is a subset of the ethnicel, meaning someone whose inceldom can at least in part be attributed to a puritanical Islamic upbringing. The most prominent hadith that discusses what people look for in a spouse is found in both Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim: "it was narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the prophet Muhammad said: “A woman may be married for four things: her wealth, her lineage, her attractiveness and her religious commitment. Seek the one who is religiously-committed, may your hands be rubbed with dust (i.e., may you prosper)." Within hadiths, a male point-of-view is often presented because the prophet's companions (sahabah) were male. However, the tafsirs (further expounding) often interpret these principles as gender-neutral.
The Islamic focus on attractiveness, wealth and status sounds very similar to the LMS theory. As such, Islamic principles can be popular even among non-Muslim red pillers and black pillers in the incelosphere.
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Inceldom-erasure[edit | edit source]
There are some Quranic verses which contradict the reality of inceldom; the Quran presupposes that inceldom doesn't exist!
- "And one of His signs is that He has created for you, spouses from amongst yourselves so that you might take comfort in them and He has placed between you, love and mercy. In this there is surely evidence (of the truth) for the people who carefully think." (Surah 30, Verse 21)
When a muslimcel reads the above verse he obviously thinks to himself that this verse doesn't apply to him. The verse claims that God fosters spouses for his male and female creation; this flies in the face of reality with millions of men and women unable to find a partner, especially men. Such inceldom erasure when that doesn't apply to real life (as inceldom obviously exists) may cause a rise in apostasy to occur among muslimcels.
Inceldom affirming[edit | edit source]
The above example of inceldom erasure within the Quran contradicts the narratives of the hadith, wherein inceldom does exist. For example in the following hadith, there is a narrative among some men whom are lengthily absent from their spouses, causing them to feel a sense of involuntary celibacy.
- "Muhaririz said: "I entered the mosque and saw Abu Said al-Khudri. I sat with him and asked about withdrawing the penis (while having intercourse), Abu Said said: We went out with the Apostle of Allah on the expedition to Banu al-Mustaliq, and took some Arab women captive, and we desired the women, for we were suffering from the absence of our wives" (Abu Dawud, Volume 2, 2167)
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