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MUSLIMS ONLY:Is getting fingered considered zina? Watch

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    You have a boyfriend and you're worried about this?
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    LOL just lol
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    Not as long as you lowered your gaze, wore hijab etc

    Messing, apparently you're screwed
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    Not as long as you lowered your gaze, wore hijab etc

    Messing, apparently you're screwed
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
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    Tbf I've heard of girls giving their boyfriends satisfaction while wearing a niqab so it probably lessens the sin
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    How about we stop using this backwards, sexist, prejudiced religion that shames young people (especially women) for wanting and having any kind of physical or sexual interaction before marriage (and sometimes after it)?

    How about we spread and teach the healthy, actual truth that sexuality is normal, is nothing to be ashamed of and is to be expected and enjoyed?

    Thank you.
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    Honestly what's the point of pretending to be a good Muslim saying Astagfirullah if you still have a boyfriend and get fingered? Nobody gives a **** about whether you feel guilty or not. You either accept that you you did something wrong and you will never do it again. Or you keep doing it and you lie to yourself as well as everyone around you. Do whatever makes you happy - but don't complain about the consequences or have fear of judgement. Nobody on here is gonna have any sympathy for you.
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    Tbf I've heard of girls giving their boyfriends satisfaction while wearing a niqab so it probably lessens the sin
    really? oh wow. Could it be mainly for psychological reasons though for the partakers - like 'at least we wore our niqab'. Not a Muslim so idk.
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    (Original post by asif007)
    Nobody gives a **** about whether you feel guilty or not. Nobody on here is gonna have any sympathy for you.
    And then they say that Islam is such a loving, accepting religion....
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    There are different levels of zina. The highest and the worst type would be sexual intercourse and it is to this type that the punishment of stoning or lashing will apply. Firstly, the relationship between you and your boyfriend is unlawful in Islam, and what he has done to you is very wrong however, it is very wrong for you not to stop him. A male looking at a female who is haraam upon him, listening to her voice without necessity, speaking to her, touching her and walking towards her are all forms of zina. So the act that your boyfriend has committed is classed as zina.
    Secondly, the only way to ask Allah (swt) for forgiveness is to stop this unlawful relationship, leave him for the sake of Allah (swt), and sincerely ask for forgiveness from Allah (swt).
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    (Original post by Withengar)
    And then they say that Islam is such a loving, accepting religion....
    Don't take my opinions as a reflection of what the whole religion says. My views are usually unpopular on here, especially with Muslims. I have no sympathy for a Muslim person who is two-faced enough to go against the religion but still carries on pretending to be a good Muslim and then worrying about judgement.
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    (Original post by Withengar)
    And then they say that Islam is such a loving, accepting religion....
    Why do you think it's not? The girl's gotten fingerblasted by her boyfriend and she thinks it's not zina. Is she for real? Pretty dumb question
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    (Original post by senoritatimaa)
    There are different levels of zina. The highest and the worst type would be sexual intercourse and it is to this type that the punishment of stoning or lashing will apply. Firstly, the relationship between you and your boyfriend is unlawful in Islam, and what he has done to you is very wrong however, it is very wrong for you not to stop him. A male looking at a female who is haraam upon him, listening to her voice without necessity, speaking to her, touching her and walking towards her are all forms of zina. So the act that your boyfriend has committed is classed as zina.
    Secondly, the only way to ask Allah (swt) for forgiveness is to stop this unlawful relationship, leave him for the sake of Allah (swt), and sincerely ask for forgiveness from Allah (swt).
    We live in the UK, not the Middle East. No stonings or lashings will be happening here, hence why Muslims have the freedom to explore outside the religion. However, they should not expect sympathy when they know that what they're doing is wrong, but still want to carry on fooling everyone else into thinking they are a "good" Muslim. I just find that very two-faced.
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    (Original post by senoritatimaa)
    There are different levels of zina. The highest and the worst type would be sexual intercourse and it is to this type that the punishment of stoning or lashing will apply. Firstly, the relationship between you and your boyfriend is unlawful in Islam, and what he has done to you is very wrong however, it is very wrong for you not to stop him. A male looking at a female who is haraam upon him, listening to her voice without necessity, speaking to her, touching her and walking towards her are all forms of zina. So the act that your boyfriend has committed is classed as zina.
    Secondly, the only way to ask Allah (swt) for forgiveness is to stop this unlawful relationship, leave him for the sake of Allah (swt), and sincerely ask for forgiveness from Allah (swt).
    Wrong according to you (according to Islam). Not wrong to the rest of us.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Did you orgasm tho

    Did you orgasm tho
    Is it sinful only if you orgasm?
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    Of course it's haram. Nearly everything is considered to be haram.
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    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    Why do you think it's not? The girl's gotten fingerblasted by her boyfriend and she thinks it's not zina. Is she for real? Pretty dumb question
    Because it's not? Because it never was and never will be? if we put aside literal hundreds of violent, sexist, murderous passages in the Quran, let's focus on this situation in particular.

    This "loving" religion is forcing a young girl to feel ashamed and ostracized because she did something completely expected, healthy and normal. That's not love, that's not acceptance, that's a sign of a violent, prejudiced religion and belief which tries to shame and guilt people for doing the most healthy of things.

    So, to conclude, it's not a religion of peace because it's not only horrible and detestable in writing, but also due to actions that it inspires in its faithful, especially if they happen to break its insane rules.
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    (Original post by AliAkhbar)
    i bet the OP is not a muslim
    this is another way of insulting muslims
    Wow you're cynical.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    ???? My boyfriend fingered me astaghfirullah and afterwards I regretted it so bad. I want to know if its classed as zina?
    How did you get fingered?
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    (Original post by Withengar)
    Because it's not? Because it never was and never will be? if we put aside literal hundreds of violent, sexist, murderous passages in the Quran, let's focus on this situation in particular.

    This "loving" religion is forcing a young girl to feel ashamed and ostracized because she did something completely expected, healthy and normal. That's not love, that's not acceptance, that's a sign of a violent, prejudiced religion and belief which tries to shame and guilt people for doing the most healthy of things.

    So, to conclude, it's not a religion of peace because it's not only horrible and detestable in writing, but also due to actions that it inspires in its faithful, especially if they happen to break its insane rules.
    Had this person been a Christian, I bet you wouldn't have said the same thing
 
 
 
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