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Islam does not protect it's wrongdoers

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Submitted by Sam Philar (United Arab Emirates), Nov 14, 2005 at 03:15

Mr rakshas anan raised some very interesting questions. I did some research, asked some friends, looked into some books. My muslim friends tell me that in Islam what is wrong is wrong. No man or woman is allowed to seek sexual relations outside the bond of marriage. This is emphasised so strongly and is considered such a great sin that their Prophet Muhammed said it is permissable to even stone these people dead.

Indeed, the question itself is quite nonexistent as no family would ever allow it's daughter to be used for what is clearly a non-islamic purpose. Statistics show that there are only .02% children born out of wedlock in islamic nations. Such is their god-fearing character. Whereas the numbers of illegitimate children in our nations is quite large. I ask what is the psychological effect of fatherlessness on these children.

Islam is not for the person who commits such henious acts and seeks it's protection. I stand by my muslim friends.
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