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Muslem sex in perspective

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Submitted by MOHAMMAD YAQOUB GOWON (Nigeria), Oct 6, 2006 at 12:10

What sex is all about?sex is simple be defined as a coming together of male and female either married or unmarriad. In islam the togetherness of male and female out of marriage is a great sin in the sight of God.Therefor as a moslem talking of sex out of marriage should be something we take behind our mind.But in the world today both moslem and non-moslem engaged in the activities of sex and even, some married amongst, abandon their wife (wives) at home.

The most important thing in every moslem is pure and nothing but to serve your God according to the teaching of the Holy Quran and the Hadith of the prophet Mohammad [SAW] then it will be the creed true moslem. I get confuse whenever i see a fellow brother or sister are involving in the sex outside thier matrimonial home(married) or single person in-question. The issue of moslem marrying four wives as been considered by some moslem, sometimes i considered it misqout of ideas in islam.because you could not marry four wives and love them eqully,and if you do injustice then you create a problem for your self. as for me is better to marry only one wife to avoid sin against the others.

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