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jannah's life is different from this life. I don't know if Gelman will be served there to do sex with in jannah. but even if they will, it does not mean anything to support homosexuality for this life. for example, in jannah, people will drink hard drinks. but taking hard drink is absolutely haram in this life. In jannah drinking hard drinks won't be ...


Let's pay heed to some points: Firstly, Allah never make mistake. Secondly, although our fate is depended upon Allah (and He permanently wants good fate for us), BUT: having good or bad fate is related to our intentions/practices. Thirdly, AFAIK, Both Quran/Narrations have mentioned it as "GREAT-SIN", and I red how much its punishment is hard/...


Given that homosexuality and transgenders, are to a large extent, biologically determined I wouldn't have thought so. After all, one only needs to look at the natural world, to see an immense diversity of sexual and gender behaviour. Whilst homosexuality is condemned in traditional Islam, revisionist scholars - according to Alipour and Fadl - offer a more ...


Yes. Allah has told us homosexuality is unnatural and an an evil immoral way. There is no justifying this evil so no point in being deluded.

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