No, I'm saying that, according to the Quran, adultery is a crime with an actual specified punishment.
The punishment would presumably be carried out by some kind of authority. Though, since the Quran is primitive folk wisdom lacking specificity on important shit like this, it doesn't actually explain who carries out the punishment.
So you would agree that for those who say that a man can hit is wife for a mere suspicion will also mean that she can hit her husband for a mere suspicion also since the punishment for adultery can also fall on the man.
Or is it only with adultery that a man can be punished and not suspicion. And if adultery requires four witness would you say that suspicion should also require four witness or is witnesses only needed for adultery?
And does the authority required only for adultery and not suspicion and fear? And how exactly can a woman eliminate the suspicion and fear? Can she swear four times also as needed in proving an adultery accusation?
And why would the Quran require all this process for adultery even if its witnessed and yet not so for suspicion and fear? Do you think the Quran is more concerned about fear and suspicion rather than adultery?
And why do you think the Quran wants any accuser (other than the spouse) to produce four witness or else he can get lashed 80 lashes? Is the Quran so concerned about providing evidence for adultery but not is concerned about suspicion and fear?
Is the abandoning them in the bed or avoiding them reasoning is to eliminate that fear and suspicion? And how exactly can a woman eliminate those suspicion and fears?
Maybe I am just stupid but please help me understand your logic.