"LOVE BEFORE MARRIAGE" IN ISLAM (Love Marriage) Marriage is a very special and sacred bond created by Allah subhana-wa-ta’ala between a man and a woman.Marriage makes them permissible for one another and lives a life of beauty. Allah azzawajal has described in glorious Quran this relationship in most beautiful terms and has mentioned that this... Continue Reading →
Discipline for Zina (Unlawful Sexual Intercourse) In this life Sex (fornication) is 100 lashes "The male and female who submit sex (zina fornication) - flagellate every one of them with one hundred lashes, and let not sympathy for both of them shield you from following Allah's religion, on the off chance that you put stock... Continue Reading →
SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES :- “From among the signs of the Hour (end of time) are that religious knowledge will be taken away (by the death of religious scholars), ignorance will prevail, drinking of alcoholic drinks, and there will be a prevalence of Zina.” – Prophet (saw) We begin our topic with these words of our beloved Prophet.
Any form of relationship between man and a woman, which is called and the unlawful and illicit relation is Haraam. It doesn't matter if it goes as far as being intimate(Zina) which is indeed most hated, reprehensible and abhorrent type of a sin. It poses a great danger to individuals religious commitment and faith, or it is less than that, such as looking, touching or kissing. All of that is haraam and these are types of Zina in the general sense and are things that lead to the greater immoral action.
Islam doesn’t merely disapprove homosexuality, it terms it as a vile and evil sin that is considered worse than fornication and adultery and is punishable by stoning to death.
All praise be to Allah.When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) saw a young man merely looking at a young woman, he turned his head so as to make him look away, then he said: “I saw a young man and a young woman, and I did not trust the shaytaan... Continue Reading →
This is not a new Commandment. It was given to the people all the way back to ancient prophets, peace be upon them all. The Jews and Christians still have it in several places in their Bible.