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The effect of Homosexuality and pornography on society;] Michael
[Mumisa. 4e5, PB, 32pp, Message of Islam, From time immemorial, lewdness and shamelessness are prese]

The effect of Homosexuality and pornography on society;] Michael

THE EFFECTS OF PORNOGRAPHY
AND HOMOSEXUALITY ON SOCIETY

By Michael Mumisa
Paperback Booklet 32 Pages
Published By Message of Islam

The literal meaning of pornography is “writing about prostitutes.” It also means relating information about sexual actions of one’s self or about others, to those who feel delighted in absorbing such information, or who, as a consequence, are drawn to it.

From time immemorial, lewdness and shamelessness are present in human nature if they are not properly controlled. In the Bible, Torah and the Qur’ân, we come to know about Qawm Lût, the people of Prophet Lût (Lot), who were involved in perverted sexual activities which attracted Allah’s wrath. All these great scriptures have preached towards regulated sexual activities and procreation.

In recent times, in various media, print as well as electronic, there seems to be an explosion of pornographic material and the relatively current media content seems to be generally phonographic. Under some definitions of pornography, anything that serves to arouse sexual feelings qualifies as pornographic. Such an interpretation could include broadcast, cable and satellite-delivered television. Other forms of explicit sexual depictions tend to be circulated to relatively specific audiences.

Abu Hurairah narrates that the Messenger of Allah said:

'I will not be a witness for two types of people who are destined for the fire: people with whips, like the tails of cows, who beat the people (i.e. tyrants who are the enemies of their own people) and women who, although clothed, are yet naked seducing and being seduced, their hair style like the tilted humps of camels. These will not enter the paradise nor will its fragrance reach them although its fragrance reaches a very great distance

Islam looks at homosexuality and lesbianism as unnatural act of sex to satisfy one’s passion. The Qur’ân gives the example of the people of Lut, (Prophet Lut) who, in spite of the warning from Prophet Lut they committed sodomy and their entire society became involved in it.

The Qur’ân speaks of them in the following words:
“We also sent Lût; he said to his people: ‘Do you commit adultery as no people in creation (ever) committed before you? For you practise your lusts on men in preference to women: you are indeed a people transgressing beyond limit.”
Islam therefore considers homosexuality a great sin and a crime punishable by Islamic law. Muslim jurists however differ regarding the nature of punishment.

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The highest degree of love is Tatayyum (total enthrallment). The lowest degree is ‘alaqah (attachment), when the heart is attached to the beloved: then comes sabahah (infatuation), when the heart is poured out: then gharam (passion), when love never leaves the heart: then ashaq (ardent love), and finally tatayyum. When we say that a person is enthralled [more], (from Al-Uboodiyyah:  By Shaykh ul-Islâm ibn Taymiyyah)