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The answer to both of your questions is - no. No homosexual acts have ever been permitted in Islam.. whether that is penetrative or non-penetrative. This is just against the Fitrah (natural inclination) and it's wrong. Furthermore, anal sex is forbidden to everyone [including heterosexual married couples]. There is no way to get around it! Whoever you ...


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Cannibalism and other humanely-perceived heinous acts can be found in the animal world. Just because an act can be found in the natural world does not justify humans to act upon it as well. Just because a female scorpion kills its male counterpart after mating does not justify a female murdering her husband after mating with him. In conclusion, "natural ...


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No, women satisfying their desires with other women ( سحاق ) is forbidden in Islam. The evidence for that includes: The Quran teaches Muslim women to guard their private parts just like it teaches men to guard their private parts: وقل للمؤمنات ... ويحفظن فروجهن And tell the believing women to ... guard their private parts — Quran 24:31 ...


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No. Allah does not like these sort of people. He has to repent and never do this again before its too late. Read the story of Loot, “And (remember) Loot (Lot), when he said to his people: ‘Do you commit the worst sin such as none preceding you has committed in the ‘Aalameen (mankind and jinn)? Verily, you practise your lusts on men instead of women. Nay, ...


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Allah does not like the transgressors, we know this. However, being homosexual and acting upon homosexuality are two different things. It seems you have never acted on your homosexual inclination, which is good, however you still have not fully overcome. The fact you made it to 24 without doing that is great, and I applaud your resilience. As per your ...


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No, don't tell your would be spouse or to anyone for the Prophet has said, Every one of my followers will be forgiven except those who expose (openly) their wrongdoings. An example of this is that of a man who commits a sin at night which Allah has covered for him, and in the morning, he would say (to people): "I committed such and such sin last ...


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There's no worldly punishment for acts done in ignorance. By stopping the act and staying away from him is a very good sign Alhamdulillah. What you should do is still make tawbah and astaghfir to Allah. In Surah aali-Imran 3:135 Allah says = "And those who, when they commit an immorality or wrong themselves, remember Allah and seek forgiveness for ...


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The prohibition of taking an innocent life is a general ruling. If someone thinks there is an exception to it, the burden of proof is on them. Even for hudud punishments (and there is a difference of opinion on when hadd comes into play in the situation of homosexuality and to what extent), they are only carried out after due legal process and only on the ...


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The handsome young boys in Jannah are for servicing food and drinks, not for providing means of committing homosexual acts. But let's start with the assumption that the messengers sent to Lot were young and handsome boys. The verse says: وَلَقَدْ جَاءَتْ رُسُلُنَا إِبْرَاهِيمَ بِالْبُشْرَىٰ قَالُوا سَلَامًا ۖ قَالَ سَلَامٌ ۖ فَمَا لَبِثَ أَن جَاءَ بِعِجْلٍ ...


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Al-Kabeer I'm wanting to pinpoint this hadith, verify it's legitimate, and check that the translation is accurate. In principle, I could track down Al-Kabeer and identify what it says. However, I don't believe I have access to Al-Kabeer, nor do I speak Arabic. Googling site:sunnah.com lesbianism doesn't give any hits. You are correct you don't have access ...


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All people of heaven Allah will purify their hearts from psychological malice, bad morals, and despicable desires. In fact, when you meet the Hoor Al Ayn in Jannah, you wont be looking around for men :') Allah describes them in Surah Ar-Rahman ( Surah #55 ) verse #56: فِيهِنَّ قَاصِرَاتُ الطَّرْفِ لَمْ يَطْمِثْهُنَّ إِنسٌ قَبْلَهُمْ وَلا جَانٌّ In them ...


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Homosexually has clearly been denounced in the Quran in strongest words. See the following verses: We sent Lot, who said to his people, "How can you commit an abomination such as no one in the world has ever done before you? You lust after men rather than women! You transgress all bounds!" [7:80-81] and And tell of Lot. He said to his people, "...


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Homosexual intercourse is classed as Zina according to the Shafis and Hanafis1, and given the same Hadd as Zina, i.e lashes for the unmarried and Rajm (stoning to death) for the married. Hence their execution comes under زَنَى بَعْدَ إِحْصَانٍ (Zina after being married) which the two hadith you quoted qualify as a valid cause for the death penalty. From ...


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Allah is the only one who can decide what is or is not a sin, and He is under no obligation to explain why. It doesn't matter how many arguments you make or refute, or how harmless you think it is, none of us has any authority to change that. You dismiss vague aphorisms like "we all have our own tests", but that's really all we can provide with any ...


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As salamu alaikum, According to Islamic principle related to haram, it is that if something is prohibited, then anything that leads to it is also considered haram. A similar principle is that the sin of haram is not limited to the person who engages in the prohibited activity, but the sin also extends to others who support the person in the activity, ...


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This ayah only tells about servants,and being attractive/beautiful. So i really do not see that how being attractive, is directly connected to anything related to sexuality. I mean there are other reasons too, due to which people can prefer beautiful men. Beauty of man never means that they have to be used for sexual pleasure ,it can mean anything else ...


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Homosexuality is an invention of the 19th century. Before the 19th century people had words for specific sexual acts, but did not have words for forms of so-called sexual orientation. The Arabic word lūṭī لوطي refers to the city of Lot (Sodom in the Bible); for the practice of the people of Sodom Arabic uses the derived noun liwāṭ لواط , which is the exact ...


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Being homosexual isn't a sin. Acting on it—just as acting on any sexual urge outside of the proper bounds (such as marriage)—is. Punishing yourself, as negative reinforcement, is not a very wise choice psychologically and, if it includes physical harm, could in fact be forbidden. I've yet to meet a gay person that went, "One day I was straight, and then I ...


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Imho, Islam bans and shows hate to actions(sins) not to people. So even somebody could be full of sins but Islam still consider them as people and speaks to them. If we cant talk to sinners or non believers, how we can explain and tell beauty of Islam to them? Islam always suggest to people ask forgiveness for sins. So people are not object of hatred. You ...


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Lut (AS) says: And Lot, when he said to his people, ‘What! Do you commit a shameful sin none in the world ever committed before you?! (7:80) He is admonishing them for a shameful sin. Let us see what that sin is: Indeed you come to men with lust instead of women! Rather you are a profligate lot.’ (7:81) So, the only description that he gives when he ...


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As Muslims, we are told to respect everyone and to not mock people for who they are, regardless of what they do is haram. I'm not saying we should accept the LGBT community, but we have no right to disrespect them because they're still humans. It doesn't matter if you're not physically abusing/verbally abusing them, disrespect is shown in many ways. You're a ...


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Most scholars agree that if you only wish and don't commit this sin, you will not be punished on the day of judgement. Because you follow what is mentioned in this verse: وَذَرُوا ظَاهِرَ الْإِثْمِ وَبَاطِنَهُ And leave what is outward (dhahir) of sin and what is in depth (batin) thereof [6:120] An outward (dhahir) sin means: You can see it's a sin, it'...


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Well excuse me but then you should have missed these two Verses in the Quran: And We sent Lot as a Messenger: Remember that he said to his people, "Have you become so shameless that you commit such indecent acts as no one committed before you in the world? (80) You gratify your lust with men instead of women: indeed you are a people who are ...


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Arguments can be made both ways - this is one of those things that different jurists will have different opinions on because the determinant in each ruling is more wisdom and less textual. The idea of granting tax benefits and certain other rights, from an Islamic point of view, has nothing to do with marriage itself. If the state makes a civil - not ...


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In the name of God, the Most Merciful, the Most Kind. Answer: Firstly: I understand you well, and this is a devil’s whispers and Homosexuality is a big crime inherited from the people of LUT. Because of the enormity of this sin, a severe punishment struck them. I think it is a test from God Almighty, and I suggest you ask forgiveness from God because He ...


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Oral sex: In my answer to Is it halal to have oral sex with the spouse according to Sharia?, I point out how there's a lack of consensus regarding whether oral sex between married opposite-sex partners is permissible. That is, permissibility is questionable even for opposite-sex partners. For same-sex partners, it's forbidden: Question: ... He received ...


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That marriage is not valid according to Islam. So if one or both of them converts to Islam, the first thing they need to do is to break their haram union, and separate from each other immediately and repent to Allah SWT for the past sins. Allah is all forgiving.


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Yes, it does go against the Fitrah We know this because the warning against homosexuality was central to Prophet Lut's mission: أَتَأْتُونَ الذُّكْرَانَ مِنَ الْعَالَمِينَ وَتَذَرُونَ مَا خَلَقَ لَكُمْ رَبُّكُم مِّنْ أَزْوَاجِكُم  بَلْ أَنتُمْ قَوْمٌ عَادُونَ Do you go in unto the males of the world, and leave those whom Allah has created for you to be ...


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No. The dual demonstrative pronoun اللذان may refer to two men as well as one man and one woman, despite being masculine. This is general style of Arabic language. For example, even though والدان is masculine, it refers to both father and mother.


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