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What is the Islamic ruling on homosexuality?

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The crime of homosexuality is seen as a criminal act, a major sin and an abhorrent deed. It is something Allah punished nations who practiced it differently from any other crime nations committed. It is something that violates the basic nature of man as created by God which is to procreate. The agreed upon answer by Muslim... Show more >>

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Some argue Islamic law does not prohibit same-sex acts, homosexuality etc., despite the consensus of scholarly opinion to the contrary. As far as same-sex acts are concerned, the legal precedent and historical record shows complete unanimity on the part of Muslim jurists - not a single dissenting opinion can be found... Show more >>

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