The four-minute footage begins with Mr Al-Saqaby telling men not to simply attack their wives, but discipline them properly,
His advised a three step process which goes from talking, to forsaking the wife in bed, to beating.
Speaking about some of the problems which may lead a man to beat his wife, he said women sometimes want equality.
He described this as a ‘very grave problem’.
Khaled Al-Saqaby said men should not use a big rod but a toothpick or handkerchief
“I believe the problem arises when husbands do not understand how to deal with disobedience. Some women disobey their husbands and make mistakes with them, and their husbands think this is due to inadequate treatment [of disobedience].
“The first step is to remind her of your rights and of her duties according to Allah. Then comes the second step – forsaking her in bed.
“Here some husbands make mistakes which might exacerbate the problem.”
Women have to understand the aim is to discipline. The necessary Islamic conditions for beating must be met
He said: “If the husband leaves the room it is easier for her than if he remains but turns his back to her or if he sleeps on the floor or vice versa.”
But if this does not work, men should beat their wives, he claims.
Mr Al-Saqaby said men should not ‘vent anger’ on women.
He said: “Women have to understand the aim is to discipline. The necessary Islamic conditions for beating must be met.
“The beating should not be performed with a rod, nor should it be a headband, or a sharp object which, I am sad to say, some husbands use.
“It should be done with something like the sewak tooth-cleaning twig or with a handkerchief, because the goal is to merely make the wife feel that she was wrong in the way she treated her husband.”
Khaled Al-Saqaby was filmed giving advice to Muslims on wife beating
Khaled Al-Saqaby advised disciplining a wife with a toothpick