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This is not true...There is not facts to support this...PLEASE READ

Reader comment on item: What Are Islamic Schools Teaching?

Submitted by Daanish [Muslim] (United Kingdom), Apr 25, 2009 at 01:00

As you seen there are no facts to support this so it is only an opinion of what someone wants to believe about islam only because they know islam is the right way and that they have followed the wrong path. Having sex before marriage is forbidden for many reasons, as to the risk of pregnancy which can break up family relations if this happen before marriage as it is not regarded as normal.

This person who wrote the article has only met a few people who are muslims. There are many bad people in all the other different religions. No one can expect a religion to consist of people who do not commit sins. Commiting sins is a part of human nature, but when knowing what is wrong and still doing it is immoral and a hefty punishment in the hereafter.

So this all covers the islam school teachings, where they talk about sex and most things related to it by using verses in the Quran to explain to students the good and bad points, the forbidden acts related and then they analyse it by giving example for why a forbidden act is forbidden. I am just saying that i highly disagree with this article. The fact that it is only a small minority doesnt mean that the whole of the muslim population do the same. There are perhaps more bad people in the UK which are not muslims because the population that are not muslims are highly greater, but in an islamic country this would be naturally the opposite.


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