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anon, england - wrote on 6/10/2004 3:44:27 PM
Comment:salam, when my 8 year old sister asked what gay was i didn't no what to say. jaskallah for this article because now i know what to say. may Allah SWT reward you for dealing with this difficult topic.
Mujahid Mustaqim, UK - wrote on 5/18/2004 8:54:30 PM
Comment:Excellent ideas! I have linked to this page from the site of the StraightWay Foundation. Basically, we're seeking to help same-sex attracted Muslims be successful in this life and the next. As well as providing scholars' rulings and explanations, we offer advice and discussion for Muslims going through this struggle. We'd value everyone's support and suggestions. Please visit our website!
, - wrote on 4/17/2004 12:38:35 PM
one can also develop homosexual feelings from being around people who are
engaged in homosexual thoughts or activities. So that is another thing you
must be aware of as a parent. You should let this be known to your child
so that he/she if he/she develops such feelings can realize that it may be
his/her environment/friends/etc. and he/she can know that what he/she
needs to do is to separate him/herself from these influences. sometimes
just spending time away from all the regular surroundings, and being with
only people of good character, who dress properly etc. can heal a person
of the haram feelings.
Nafees Musadique, Sri lanka - wrote on 4/10/2004 2:22:04 AM
Comment:I am Nafees from Sri lanka.I was searching for an article "INTERNET USED AS HALAL" yo be published in our school magazine.then I found this web address and got to know about HOMOSEXUAL.
Thiis is a very good advise for aur young muslims.
THANK YOU !!!
, - wrote on 3/15/2004 10:24:25 PM
I am not Muslim, I am a christian. However, I think your article is very good. I am confronted with homosexuality being okey almost everyday in society. I believe we need to unite in order to preserve God's image of marrage.
Sr Karen, Australia - wrote on 11/26/2003 5:45:29 AM
Comment:I think this article is of great importance. As muslim parents we should remember that if we are not open and honest with our children about matters of sexual education they may ask others questions about it. As a muslim parent in Western society we may not like the answers they are given by others! Parents take your responsibilities in this area very seriously.
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