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Sexes are distinguished on the basis of copulation and reproduction. I don't think I ever came across any references suggesting that angels engage in intercourse or even have such desires. They don't reproduce.

Some verses specifically say that they are not female (their context seems to be a response to some non-Muslims claiming that angels are the sex-slaves of godGod). But I know of no reference that suggests that they are males.

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Sexes are distinguished on the basis of copulation and reproduction. I don't think I ever came across any references suggesting that angels engage in intercourse or even have such desires. They don't reproduce.

Some verses specifically say that they are not female (their context seems to be a response to some non-Muslims claiming that angels are the sex-slaves of god). But I know of no reference that suggests that they are males.

Was there a specific reason you thought of this  ?

You can see more on this, rather lengthly, reading (go directly to the bottom of the page).

Sexes are distinguished on the basis of copulation and reproduction. I don't think I ever came across any references suggesting that angels engage in intercourse or even have such desires. They don't reproduce.

Some verses specifically say that they are not female (their context seems to be a response to some non-Muslims claiming that angels are the sex-slaves of God). But I know of no reference that suggests that they are males.

Was there a specific reason you thought of this?

You can see more on this, rather lengthly, reading (go directly to the bottom of the page).

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Sexes are distinguished on the basis of copulation and reproduction. I don't think I ever came across any references suggesting that angels engage in intercourse or even have such desires. They don't reproduce.

Some verses specifically say that they are not female (their context seems to be a response to some non-Muslims claiming that angels are the sex-slaves of god). But I know of no reference that suggests that they are males.

Was there a specific reason you thought of this ?

You can see more on this, rather lengthly, reading (go directly to the bottom of the page).You can see more on this, rather lengthly, reading (go directly to the bottom of the page).

Sexes are distinguished on the basis of copulation and reproduction. I don't think I ever came across any references suggesting that angels engage in intercourse or even have such desires. They don't reproduce.

Some verses specifically say that they are not female (their context seems to be a response to some non-Muslims claiming that angels are the sex-slaves of god). But I know of no reference that suggests that they are males.

Was there a specific reason you thought of this ?

You can see more on this, rather lengthly, reading (go directly to the bottom of the page).

Sexes are distinguished on the basis of copulation and reproduction. I don't think I ever came across any references suggesting that angels engage in intercourse or even have such desires. They don't reproduce.

Some verses specifically say that they are not female (their context seems to be a response to some non-Muslims claiming that angels are the sex-slaves of god). But I know of no reference that suggests that they are males.

Was there a specific reason you thought of this ?

You can see more on this, rather lengthly, reading (go directly to the bottom of the page).

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Sexes are distinguished on the basis of copulation and reproduction. I don't think I ever came across any references suggesting that angels engage in intercourse or even have such desires. They don't reproduce.

Some verses specifically say that they are not female (their context seems to be a response to some non-Muslims claiming that angels are the sex-slaves of god). But I know of no reference that suggests that they are males.

Was there a specific reason you thought of this ?

You can see more on this, rather lengthly, reading (go directly to the bottom of the page).