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In Islam theses acts are highly punishable..........

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Submitted by Ahmed (United Arab Emirates), May 21, 2009 at 04:49

Indeed these are the most cruel acts one can ever say. But do remember.....these people are those who follow their own lusts and desires. In Islam, a person can pray whole heartedly to God all day and all night weather publicly and privately. But let me tell you what Islam yearns as the foremost charactership in a person.

Yes prayers are important and indeed very important. But islam looks at the qualities that a person should possess is basically humility in their character. Indiifernce to the material possessions and worldly lusts and true and sincere acts of repentence frm past sins. But indeed such people who have verily destroyed the lifes of other beings by consuming single night marriages God alone Himself will subject them to His punishment in this world (in ways which we humans are never aware of)as well as the next. Do you know what God says regarding this? I will not forgive till the person whom you have caused misery and pain himself forgives you. And yes, that day the Day of Reckoning is a painful day and why do u think those who were made to wrong by others in such cases will forgive easily. Nay they will never as they themselves will be looking to get out of the pain of the Hell fire and those responsible for their misery will be doomed even the more in hell. Do you know what Quran says... Hell is a place whose fuel is mankind. Last but not the least regarding worldly possessions do you no not what Jesus said to his companions when he took some sand in both his hands and converted one of them into gold and asked his disciples "which one do you yearn for in my hands? the gold or the sand? They the disciples replied that we prefer the gold and but he Jesus said " for me(Jesus) they both are the same. It makes no difference at all.Jesus according to Islam is the one of the mightiest messengers of God and mentioned invariably many times in the Quran. We muslims, are esxpected to live a lifestyle in such a way that we do not lavish too much in the worldy affairs as this world is a temporary abode and the actual world is yet to come and that is the Hereafter. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) instructed us to follow a simple lifestyle and all the messengers of God were right weather be it Noah, Abraham, Moses, Joshua, John, Elias, Jesus (pece be upon them all). Those who caused such misery and pain the world by doing mischief following their lusts and spoiling some one else's life they wil lbe paid in the same coin in one form or the other and that will be Gods Will as and when He decides. And remember it has nothing to do with the true teachings of Islam. And such people will be held accountable for tarnishing the true teachings as islam believes in the strong structure of family values and ties. One simply cannot consume a marriage and simply run away. No way as per islam. Islam enjoins marriage to promote love and affection between man and women so to uproot the evils of society and build a strong structure of family ethics. You will need to check those out on genuine islamic websites

To God Alone Belongs All the Praises In the Worlds.

Brother Ahmed

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