In 1789, the timeline’s starting point, homosexuality was illegal in 126 countries.
Whoever repents a year before his death Allah accepts his repentance.’ Then he said, ‘A year is too much. Whoever repents a month before his death Allah accepts his repentance.’ Then he said, ‘A month is too much. Whoever repents a week before his death Allah accepts his repentance.’ Then he said, ‘A week is too much. Whoever repents a day before his death Allah accepts his repentance.’ Then he said, ‘A day is too much. Whoever repents before (the moment) he sees the angel of death Allah accepts his repentance— Imam Jafar al Sadiq (as), Al-Kafi, vol.2 p.440
1) Shaving the beard.— Acts of Pophet Lut’s (as) nation
2) Pelting stones on the travelers.
3) Pigeon Flying
4) Beating drums.
5) Liquor drinking.
7) Growing long moustaches.
8) Using silken clothes.
9) Attacking with stones through the use of catapult.
10) Whistling and clapping.
‘The reason is that there is no gay gene. You are not going to be able to develop a test to find them all.’— Qazi Rhaman, a King’s College London psychologist, source
So you are against the LGBTQ community?— Anonymous
No. I am against people who believe change isn’t possible.
Salam, You blog confuses me. Gives me hope and sadness at the same time. Just as we can learn from the past we evolve to be great. I believe that things can change, even the ways of a religion. I believe that being a homosexual can become something that wont bother anyone. My question is, what if i want to stay gay, and be who i am, rather than trying to be who im not. "God loves all" is somehow forgotten yet religion tells us how we should live. I dont want to change. I want to be who i am.— fortray427
Wa Alaykum Asalam,
You are free to do as you please! This blog is for those who want to change!