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Monday, January 30, 2012

Imam tells a Gay that according to Al Quran and Hadith he should be killed!




This is the kind of answer that should be given by every God-fearing Muslim male and female to anyone who comes to them trying to rationalize their abominable homosexuality and lesbianism tendencies!
No beating about the bush as far as being firm when dealing with those who are promoting such sinful ways against the laws of nature. Even animals won't go the way these weirdos are into these disgusting, filthy habits?


Learn from Allahyarham Syeikh Ahmed Deedat as to how to deal with these sickos?





Dr.Bilal Philips talks about homosexuality and what Islamic laws are concerning  it?





I will write more about why its haram ~ forbidden in Islam after this ; Insya Allah.

5 comments:

lordapes said...

Assalamualaikum tuan,

I know for a fact that Islam condemns homosexuality.
I also believe that homosexuals are human beings with no murderous intent for our fellow human beings.

I haven't found anything in the Quran that states homosexuals (or any deviant criminals) should be killed. Please enlighten me. Thank you.

ps: As discussed in this page: http://www.masjidtucson.org/submission/perspectives/more/traits/homosexuality.html, I believe that (and I quote) [16:125] "You shall invite to the path of your Lord with wisdom and kind enlightenment, and debate with them in the best possible manner. Your Lord knows best who has strayed from His path, and He knows best who are the guided ones."

MAHAGURU58 said...

Wa'alaikumsalam lordapes,

Not all issues are spelled out per se in the Al Quranul Karim for mankind to refer to when deliberating upon any particular matter.

We are commanded by Allahu Ta'ala to judge anything by what has been revealed through the verses of the Al Quranul Hakim and by what has been stated by Rasulullah Sallalahu Alaihi Wassallam through his Sayings?

The Hadiths attributed to the Final Messenger of Allahu Rabbi are such guidance for us as to how to go about in deciding our affairs when we can't find the answers in the Quran, then we are to enjoined to obey what the Blessed Prophet of Allah has decided?

In many verses of the Quran, Allahu Ta'ala commands us to obey Him and His Messenger.

In Surah Al Ahzab, Chapter 33 Verse 36, Allah orders us:

Transliteration
Wama kana limu/minin walamu/minatin itha qada Allahu warasooluhuamran an yakoona lahumu alkhiyaratu min amrihim waman yaAAsiAllaha warasoolahu faqad dalla dalalan mubeena

Sahih International
It is not for a believing man or a believing woman, when Allah and His Messenger have decided a matter, that they should [thereafter] have any choice about their affair. And whoever disobeys Allah and His Messenger has certainly strayed into clear error.

There are many other verses where Allah commands us to obey Rasulullah SAW when we need to decide anything with regard to issues that we do not find the answer to in the Quran, then we are to follow what the Prophet has left for us as an example?

In the matter concerning homosexuality, the Messenger of Allah is quoted in Book 38, Number 4447:
Narrated Abdullah ibn Abbas:

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: If you find anyone doing
as Lot's people did, kill the one who does it, and the one to
whom it is done.

There are numerous other hadiths regarding the punishment for such sins but you can look for them yourself online.

Mankind nowadays have a tendency to overlook the importance that Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihi Wassallam has over the affairs of our earthly life here and what position he is bestowed with by Ar Rahman?

Go to : http://www.iqra.net/verses-muhammad1/believe-honour-love-respect-and-obey-him

Read the relevant Quranic verses pertaining to the high position that Allahu Ta'ala gives to the final Messenger and learn as to the duty of each and every believer in Allah to obey His Rasul too when it comes to deciding upon anything that is not explained about verbatim in the Quran itself?

May Allah bless and guide us all.

Ameen.

manfrommachap said...

I strongly believe that Allah S.W.T judge its ummah from what they do as oppose to what they are. If you are straight but goes around commiting adultery, Allah will judge on what he has done (adultery) but not on what he is(straight).

Likewise, if you are gay and goes around committing sinful acts, your punishment is not because you are gay but because of the sins that you have committed.

It is only humans that judge (or misjudge) you for what you are and many times close their eyes to the horrible things that you do.

"And whoever disobeys Allah and His Messenger has certainly strayed into clear error." (read disobey)

"The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: If you find anyone doing
as Lot's people did, kill the one who does it, and the one to
whom it is done."(read doing)

Supar Yop said...

Hello manfrommelanchap, if you are a non muslim better dont spread your intepretation of Quran according to your whims and fancies.Just keep it to yourself.

But if you are one, belajar dgn ikhlas dari tok guru yg muktabar.

manfrommachap said...

Dear Sugar Yop, if you have to be vulgar, then don't give advise to people about Islam because by doing what you had just done,in spite of you being straight, makes you one who had gone astray to what has been decreed upon you as a Muslim.

There are some verses in the Quran that truly needs learned person, in congregation, to interprete and the process of interpreting it may be quite meticulous, to say the least. But some verses are fairly straight forward and can easily be understood meaning that not all the verses needs interpretation. When inconsistencies arises causing rampant confusion,it them merits proper interpretation but when the Quran says Muslims cannot eat pork, do you not understand that too?

How difficult is it for you not to understand that when Allah decreed Muslims not to do something and not to disobey his command.

I do not condone people who commit illicit sex regardless of whether it is different or same gender simply because Allah forbids that and it only take our dear Mahaguru 58 to give us a full page sermon on that. No need for high ranking Ulamas to makes us understand that.