Study finds that vast majority of Muslims are homophobic

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In a study of 1,500 British Muslims, not a single one said they thought homesexuality was morally acceptable, and only 3% of them felt that sex outside of marriage was acceptable
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Islam?
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I am soooo tired of these thread holy ****ing ****.

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Ok so now what are you going to do? Change to world?

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Study finds the Roman Empire has collapsed.
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True story.
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You're all mocking me for stating the obvious, but apparently we're not allowed to criticize this homophobic group on TSR.
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Is anyone surprised?
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Who are those 3% that think sex outside of marriage is acceptable but not homosexuality? :confused:
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im not i dont mind gay people
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I don't think it was "homosexuality" per se, but homosexual acts. I remember coming across the same report in another paper (The Guardian) who actually seemed to present it in a rather balanced way.

So homosexual acts are not "morally acceptable" but it seems Muslims are fine with homosexuals...
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I for one am shocked.
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(Original post by tsr1269)
I don't think it was "homosexuality" per se, but homosexual acts. I remember coming across the same report in another paper (The Guardian) who actually seemed to present it in a rather balanced way.

So homosexual acts are not "morally acceptable" but it seems Muslims are fine with homosexuals...
Fair enough, but it doesn't really make it any better.
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im not i dont mind gay people
That's great Muslims seem to be to be in a similar place morally to where Christians were 200 years ago. If Muslims can progress in a similar way then I wouldn't have problem with them.
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Fair enough, but it doesn't really make it any better.
Having said that, Islam or more accurately, the Shariah regulates public behaviour so any outward manifestation of heterosexuality or homosexuality in a public sphere is dealt with by the state.

What one does in the privacy of their own, heterosexual or homosexual, is between an individual and God.

Is that "better"?
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(Original post by KingBradly)
That's great Muslims seem to be to be in a similar place morally to where Christians were 200 years ago. If Muslims can progress in a similar way then I would have problem with them.
tbh secretly ... im not religious in the slightest but i am a muslim ...
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tbh secretly ... im not religious in the slightest but i am a muslim ...
Surely you're not a Muslim then... Muslims aren't an ethnicity like the Jews are lol. If you ain't religious you ain't religious.
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True story.
Good to hear that you fear us.

The feeling isn't mutual.
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(Original post by tsr1269)
Having said that, Islam or more accurately, the Shariah regulates public behaviour so any outward manifestation of heterosexuality or homosexuality in a public sphere is dealt with by the state.

What one does in the privacy of their own, heterosexual or homosexual, is between an individual and God.

Is that "better"?
I don't care what Muslims think about homosexuals who they have no relation to. It just worries me how they must treat family if they come out as being gay. Must be pretty unpleasant for anyone who does.
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