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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Assuming that you aren't a troll...
    If you carry through and marry a girl, good on you bro. Takes major courage to do that.
    No I'm actually not a troll, I know to other people it may appear that way but in Islamic society, it's a huge issue, like noooothing like the way it's viewed/treated in non Muslim societies. But thanks for that comment, I really appreciate it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    No I'm actually not a troll, I know to other people it may appear that way but in Islamic society, it's a huge issue, like noooothing like the way it's viewed/treated in non Muslim societies. But thanks for that comment, I really appreciate it
    Would you ever tell your wife or not?

    I would understand if not.
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Would you ever tell your wife or not?

    I would understand if not.
    I said earlier I'm really not sure if I'd tell my wife tbh, I guess I'll just have to see how it works out.
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    (Original post by DiamondsForever)
    May I kindly correct you, if you are homosexual then you are not a Muslim.

    I am sorry but this is one of the most idiotic replies I've ever seen on TSR. What he 'believes' makes him a Muslim, not what he 'is' or what he can't help to be.

    Islam has only five conditions according to Kur'an:

    1)Shahadah: accepting that there is only one God and Muhammad is God's messenger.

    2)Salat: Ritual prayer five times a day

    3)Zakat: Giving a certain amount of your savings (2.5%) to the poor

    4)Sawm: Self control in the holy month of Ramadan

    5)Hajj: Pilgrimage to Mecca

    I do not see 'sexual attraction towards the opposite sex only' now, do you?

    Being gay might not be considered as a good thing, but it certainly does not make him "non-Muslim" as it is not one of the five main conditions.
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    I am sorry but this is one of the most idiotic replies I've ever seen on TSR. What he 'believes' makes him a Muslim, not what he 'is' or what he can't help to be.

    Islam has only five conditions according to Kur'an:

    1)Shahadah: accepting that there is only one God and Muhammad is God's messenger.

    2)Salat: Ritual prayer five times a day

    3)Zakat: Giving a certain amount of your savings (2.5%) to the poor

    4)Sawm: Self control in the holy month of Ramadan

    5)Hajj: Pilgrimage to Mecca

    I do not see 'sexual attraction towards the opposite sex only' now, do you?

    Being gay might not be considered as a good thing, but it certainly does not make him "non-Muslim" as it is not one of the five main conditions.
    Thank you Everyone makes mistakes, everyone sins, everyone has slips of faith (not that I have), but that doesn't make them no longer a Muslim :') After all, Allah is the most forgiving.
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    (Original post by DiamondsForever)
    May I kindly correct you, if you are homosexual then you are not a Muslim.
    Hun, it is a major sin to be gay in Islam, but I don't believe it takes you out of the religion If you have proof however please share.
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    (Original post by DiamondsForever)
    May I kindly correct you, if you are homosexual then you are not a Muslim.
    May I kindly correct you, you can be a homosexual and Muslim, it is homosexual actions that is a sin. It's like alcohol, both alcohol and homosexual acts are forbidden.

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    No I don't, I can still love someone unconditionally, and what else am I meant to do? Can't marry a man can I? xD
    As a Muslim, I think it's brave and admirable that with these feelings, you can think rationally. I presume that you haven't made homosexual actions? If you were to get married, would you tell your wife and how do you think your marriage would work?
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    (Original post by euphorie)
    I am sorry but this is one of the most idiotic replies I've ever seen on TSR. What he 'believes' makes him a Muslim, not what he 'is' or what he can't help to be.

    Islam has only five conditions according to Kur'an:

    1)Shahadah: accepting that there is only one God and Muhammad is God's messenger.

    2)Salat: Ritual prayer five times a day

    3)Zakat: Giving a certain amount of your savings (2.5%) to the poor

    4)Sawm: Self control in the holy month of Ramadan

    5)Hajj: Pilgrimage to Mecca

    I do not see 'sexual attraction towards the opposite sex only' now, do you?

    Being gay might not be considered as a good thing, but it certainly does not make him "non-Muslim" as it is not one of the five main conditions.

    You can not be practicing homosexuality and practicing Islam at the same time.
    If one is not firm on the five pillars of Islam does that make you a true believer?

    Watch this youtube clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWFLF-CY-Eg
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    (Original post by Diamante06)
    May I kindly correct you, you can be a homosexual and Muslim, it is homosexual actions that is a sin. It's like alcohol, both alcohol and homosexual acts are forbidden.



    As a Muslim, I think it's brave and admirable that with these feelings, you can think rationally. I presume that you haven't made homosexual actions? If you were to get married, would you tell your wife and how do you think your marriage would work?
    watch this youtube clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWFLF-CY-Eg

    We ask Allah to guide us and protect us
 
 
 
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