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#26 2016-05-08 11:53:42

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Re: Homosexualiści i Homosexualizm

A tutaj prawdziwy hit — mrożąca krew w żyłach opowieść o tym, jak to
po pojedynczym sexie analnym w odbycie człowieka rozwija się straszliwy
robak-pasożyt, i jak to osoba nim zainfekowana nie może się uspokoić,
dopóki nie odbędzie kolejnych sexów analnych.... big_smile

London-Based Shiite Cleric Yasser Al-Habib in Anti-Sunni Rhetoric: The Caliph Omar Had an Anal Disease that Made Him Addicted to Homosexuality (Fadak TV (U.K.) - May 24, 2012 - 05:22)
http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/3453.htm


Na wypadek, gdyby ktoś się zastanawiał; Yasser Al-Habib nie jest bynajmniej
komikiem, i mówi o tym wszystkim zupełnie na poważnie big_smile

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#27 2016-05-11 21:08:40

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Stephen O. Murray, Will Roscoe, Islamic Homosexualities:

https://books.google.pl/books?id=6Zw-AA … mp;f=false

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#28 2016-05-11 21:17:33

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Artykuł z klasycznym i bardzo zastanawiającym wnioskiem końcowym,
nader często używanym przez osoby niechętne homosexualistom
i homosexualizmowi. Czy naprawdę tak trudno zrozumieć, że sex między
ludźmi i sex między zwierzętami to naprawdę nie jest to samo? Lol big_smile


December 13, 2013 in Home Slider, Indian Muslim

Why Homosexuality is Prohibited in Islam?
By Syed Zubair Ahmad

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While working in Gulf I came across many homosexual Europeans, Filipinos and Christian Arabs as well as westernized Muslim Arabs too. At the beginning I generally avoided interaction with them out of revulsion. But after some time I wanted to know their views on their inclination towards same sex. Once I tried to discuss this issue with Franklin, a girlish Filipino, who was a notorious gay in the British company, Harvey Nichols Riyadh where I was employed. I asked: ‘Why do you like to have sex with boys?’ He replied rather flatly: ‘It’s natural to me!’ I countered: ‘God created Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve’ and ‘even animals do not have sex with the same gender.’ He argued: ‘Look, some people like chicken, some others like mutton, and yet some others like vegetables and it’s very natural.’ When I contradicted by asking: ‘Some day you could have sex with your sister and mother  and come out with the same logic that it’s natural to you because you like to do so.’ He got red faced. And this was understandable.

According to Oxford Dictionary of Sociology, “The term homosexual describes those who have sex with, or are sexually attracted to, persons of the same (Greek: homo) sex. The most common terms for homosexual people are lesbian for women and gay for men, though gay is also used to refer generally to homosexual men and women. The numbers of people who identify as gay or lesbian – and the proportion of people who have same-sex sexual experiences – are difficult for researchers to estimate reliably for a variety of reasons. In the modern west, according to major studies, 2% to 13% of the populations are homosexuals.

There had been homosexuals since the time unknown, but ‘homosexuality’ has been always a ‘forbidden fruit’ in society and homosexuals have been never treated with respect. It’s for the second time, after the People of Lot (peace be to him) in the known history that this sin is being committed openly and shamelessly.

Homosexuality is promoted shamefully and homosexuals are getting support and sympathy from different corners of society especially from NGOs, media and rich people. Now this imported disease, which is in fact the mother of many sexual, moral, psychological, mental as well as physical diseases, is knocking at our doors. A few years ago it used to be embarrassing to utter words like ‘homosexuals’. Now the time has changed so quickly that we can’t call an ‘evil’ evil otherwise we can land into problems.

It is ironical that the world is fighting against HIV/AIDS but homosexuality which has been proved as one of the main causes of AIDS is being advertised and promoted and legalized . Some experts are also of the opinion that AIDS was first diagnosed in a homosexual and thus homosexuality is the origin of AIDS.

Those who claim that homosexuality is normal and natural have to explain why gays dress like women and wear cosmetics.  Why artificial instruments are used. And in case of lesbians why one of the partners has to act like man?

One of the criteria of a behaviour that is beneficial to humanity at large is, “What if the action that you are promoting is exercised by a majority of people of the world? Will it advance humanity or will it destroy it?” In this case human beings will cease to exist.

In his much acclaimed research work on “The Health Risk of Gay  Sex”,  Dr John R. Diggs, JR., M.D. held homosexuality as a potential threat to many disease like Anal Cancer, Chlamydia Trachomatis, Cryptosporidium Giardia  Lamblia, Herpes simplex virus, Human immunodeficiency virus, Human  Papillomavirus, Isospora belli, Microsporidia, Gonorrhoea, Viral hepatitis types B & C, Syphilis.

According to Dr Diggs, other physical problems associated with anal intercourse are: hemorrhoids, anal fissure, anorectal trauma, retained foreign bodies, etc. Apart from these physical diseases, Dr Diggs also added Psychiatric Illness, Sadism, Reckless sexual behaviour and shortened life span to the list of disease caused by homosexuality.

According to Islam, homosexuality is a sin and punishable act. There are five references in the Qur’?n which have been cited as referring to gay and lesbian behaviour. Some obviously deal with “womanish man” and “mannish woman.” The two main references to homosexual behaviour mentioned in Holy Qur’?n are about the people of Prophet Lot who inhabited in the city of Sodom and Gomorra (the origin of word sodomy) where the people were practising homosexuality most brazenly. The Almighty Allah condemned them for their misdeeds and warned them in strongest words through Prophet Lot. But when they insisted on their transgression, the wrath of God fell upon them and finally Sodom and Gomorrah along with two other neighboring cities were completely consumed by fire and brimstone.

This incident is mentioned in Torah as well as the Holy Qur’?n. Referring to that incident the Holy Qur’?n says: “And remember when We sent Lot (as a Messenger) to his people and he said to them: “Do you realise that you practise an indecency of which no other people in the world were guilty of before you? You approach men lustfully in place of women. You are people who exceed all bounds.” (Qur’?n 7:80-81)

In another place the Holy Qur’an says: “What! Of all creation will you go to (fornicate with) the males, leaving aside those whom Allah has created for you as your mates. Nay, you are people that has transgressed all limits.” (Qur’an 26:166-67)

Allah narrates to us the story of Lot’s people, and how He destroyed them for their wicked practice. There is consent among both Muslims and the followers of all other religions that sodomy is natural disorder and even worse than adultery. From these passages we learn that God saved Lot and the righteous ones of his family, and rained on the rest a shower of brimstone, so they were utterly destroyed. This is mentioned in the Qur’an not only for the sake of information, but mainly to serve as a warning to anyone who dares to commit such acts.

Since the creator of this world is fully aware of His creations, their troubles, and shortcomings. So He also gave the manuals (divine scriptures) for the smooth functioning of his creations (mainly human being) and those manuals were explained by His prophets. Apart from the Holy Qur’?n there are a lot of sayings of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be to him) in which homosexuals were denounced in the strongest terms. The Prophet said: (1) “Kill the one who sodomises and the one who lets it be done to him.” (Tirmidhi, an authentic Hadith). (2) “May Allah curse him who does that Lot’s people did.” (Ibn Hibban, authentic Hadith). (3) “Lesbianism by women is adultery between them.” (Tabarani, an authentic Hadith)” (Reliance of the Traveller, translated by Nuh Ha Mim Keller, pp. 664-665.

According to Islamic scholars, homosexuality is a sinful act and perverted deviation from the norm. All Islamic schools of thought and jurisprudence consider gay and lesbian acts to be unlawful. In terms of punishment there are differences of opinion among them. The Hanafites argue that no physical punishment is warranted while the Hanabalites advocate severe punishments for those involved in homosexuality.

There are so many reasons why it is prohibited in Islam. Homosexuality is dangerous for the health of the individuals and for the society. Apart from creating moral disorder and sexual anarchy in society, it causes many sexual, physical, and psychological diseases among the people. It is shameful for both men and women. It humiliates a person.

Islam teaches that men should be men and women women and both should play their roles in society accordingly while homosexuality deprives a man of his manhood and a woman of her womanhood. It is unnatural, unhealthy and thus poses a great threat to family life, to society and to the civilization as a whole.

Finally I would like to quote Dr Diggs’ word of warning. Citing an African proverb: “Don’t tear down a fence until you know why it was put up”, he cautions: “The societal implications of the unrestrained sexual activity described above are devastating. The ideal of sexual activity being limited to marriage, always defined as male-female, has been a fence erected in all civilizations around the globe. Throughout history, many people have climbed over the fence, engaging in premarital, extramarital and homosexual sex. Still, the fence stands; the limits are visible to all. Climbing over the fence, metaphorically, has always been recognized as a breach of those limits, even by the breachers themselves. No civilization can retain its vitality for multiple generations after removing the fence. But now social activists are saying that there should be no fence, and that to destroy the fence is an act of liberation. If the fence is torn down, there is no visible boundary to sexual expression. If gay sex is socially acceptable, what logical reason can there be to deny social acceptance of adultery, or pedophilia?”

Those who are advocating in favor of legalizing  homosexuality and gay marriage  today could  demand for legalizing  sex with animal tomorrow , may also want to have sex with sister and daughter in future. Such people should understand that unrestricted freedom is enjoyed by only animals and even animals rarely do such things.

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#29 2016-05-11 21:34:35

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#30 2016-05-11 22:18:55

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5 Muslim Nations Where Gay is Legal
http://islamandhomosexuality.com/5-musl … gay-legal/

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(12, 05, 2014  Afdhere Jama)

These are five Muslim countries where being gay is not a crime. What do they have in common? None of them were colonized by the British Empire. Many countries in the Global South, whether Muslim or otherwise, are generally using colonial laws that pre-date their local penal codes to criminalize romantic love between consenting same-sex couples. Whether in West Africa, or Southeast Asia, in the heart of Europe or the Middle East, these countries remind us that the conversation on gay rights is not as clean cut as some might have imagined it to be.

1. MALI
Gays in this African nation might face local homophobia, but the law is on their side. In 2010, a Malian volunteer for the Peace Corps wrote that she looked up the laws dealing with sexuality, and saw that Article 179 of the Malian penal code did not specify heterosexual or homosexual sexual activities, but instead decried public indecency. She said that she was relieved because most “countries in Africa, 38 to be exact, have laws against homosexuality and some with the death penalty.”

2. JORDAN
Jordan was under the Ottoman Empire, where homosexuality was decriminalized 75 years earlier, but between 1922 and 1945 the country was a subject mandated by the League of Nations. However, in 1951 the new nation made homosexuality legal. “Jordan is considered an open minded country, and when coming to cities, the tolerance is even higher,” said the editor of My.Kali, a gay magazine that is based in the capital, talking to the Italian-based e-Zine Il Grande Colibri. “And considering the fact that it’s an Islamic country, the morality of the culture could be a huge pressure to many people to remain discreet, but it never stopped many of my friends and other LGBTQ people to come out and show who they are,” he added.

3. INDONESIA
In Indonesia being gay has been legal since, well, forever. No, really, the country never had any legal prohibitions against homosexuality, at least since its founding as a nation. Further, the country has the longest running LGBT organizations in Asia. Despite having the largest Muslim population, Indonesia has remained a great example of the importance of the separation of religion and state. On the other hand, Singapore (non-Muslim) and Malaysia (Muslim), who are neighbors to Indonesia, have laws that make it illegal to be gay. The later two have both been colonized by the British Empire.

4. TURKEY
In 1858, the Ottoman Caliph decriminalized homosexuality. This affected many countries in three continents. When Turkey became a solo nation in 1920, it didn’t see a need to change this law. Omer Akpinar, who is with KAOS LG, which is one of the largest LGBT organizations in Turkey, told Mashable that their organization was never censored. Jack Scott, a British writer who moved to Turkey with his partner and who is the author of Perking the Pansies: Jack and Liam Move to Turkey, said his “obvious union with Liam has never attracted bad publicity from any Turk,” talking to the real estate company Quest Turkey.

5. ALBANIA
Being gay has been legal in Albania since 1995. This pre-dominantly Muslim nation has been in the forefront of gay rights in the Balkans. In 2013, ILGA Europe said that the country was the friendliest nation to the gays in the area, as it has a welcoming government and an anti-discrimination law. Kristi Pinderi, who is with the LGBT organization Pink Embassy, says that the anti-discrimination law is “important because in theory a teacher, for example, who is transgender, and decides to go and teach wearing a dress, I can’t imagine what the reaction would be, but the law protects that need, if there is a need like that,” talking to the organization International Day Against Homophobia.


Other countries with a large Muslim population and where homosexuality is legal include Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Chad, Djibouti, Guinea-Bissau, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Niger, Northern Cyprus, Palestine, and Tajikistan.

All of the above mentioned countries, like the entire world, have varies challenges for LGBT people. However, because the law is on their side, living in these countries create an atmosphere where one can imagine a fight, a possibility of freedom, and the dream that one day being gay is not any different from being straight.

Afdhere Jama is the author of  Queer Jihad: LGBT Muslims on Coming Out, Activism, and the Faith. He lives in the United States.

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