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Submitted by faiz khan (Kuwait), Feb 1, 2006 at 01:36

well in islam u cannot have relation other then ur wife.
Again if its not againts any law in quran u are not forbiden to do it.
In islam ur faith and motive behind decide weither thing are right or wrong that are not mention in quran .
For example u like to see in Valentine's Day where u can got and date have sex who is not ur wife . mostly in western world . it conflict and wrong as per islam

Second example u celebrate Valentine's Day and tell ur beloved (wife ) one that how much u love here or him and care for him .there is not single word in quran that says its worng.
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