Islamic Teachings on Sex with Dead Humans and Animals
MUSLIMS ARE ALLOWED NORMAL SEX WITH DEAD WOMEN AND ANIMALS
Muhammad had sex with a dead woman to qualify her for the perks of a prophetic wife.
According to Hadiths and Sayings of Prophet on issues of women in "Al-Jami Al-Saghir" written by Jalal ul-Din Al-Suyuti.
Narrated by Ibn Abbas: "I (Muhammad) put on her my shirt that she may wear the clothes of heaven, and SLEPT with her in her coffin."
The prophet was referring to Fatima, the mother of Ali, his son-in-law. Commentators have offered differing views about the significance of Muhammad's sleeping with the dead-body of Fatimah in her coffin, some emphasizing that it had no sexual side. But Arabic scholar Demetrius explains that to express Muhammad sleeping inside Fatima's coffin with her dead-body, "The Arabic word used here is "Id'tajat", which literally means "lay down to have sex."
Muhammad is also understood to have said that because he slept with her, she has become like a wife to his; so she will be considered like "mother of the believers".
After Muhammad slept with her and "consummated", Medina women routinely offered themselves to Mohammad for sex so that the holy fluid of the prophet released into them will qualify them for paradise. Here is a hadith.
MUSLIM ARE ALLOWED "ANAL" SEX EVEN WITH DEAD WOMEN AND ANIMALS
Sahih Muslim, Book of Menstruation, Hadith 525:
"Our companions have said if a penile head has penetrated a woman's anus or penile anus, or an animal's vagina or its anus, then it is necessary to wash…"
Watch this video for more detailed discussion on this topic.
NOW IT MAY AN EGYPTIAN LAW TOO
Egyptian husbands may be legally allowed to have sex with their dead wives – for up to six hours after their death (sex performed after six hours will be considered adultery and the husband will be beheaded and buried with the wife)
This law is part of measures being introduced by the Islamist-dominated parliament under ‘religious interpretations’. The subject of a husband having sex with his dead wife arose in May 2011 when Moroccan cleric Zamzami Abdul Bari said marriage remains valid even after death (Al Arabiya News).
See cleric Zamzami Abdul Bari's video, claiming Islamic justification of sex with dead bodies of spouses.