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Indian Muslim clerics issue fatwa against homosexuality

Posted by jagoindia on July 6, 2009

Clerics in Moradabad issue fatwa against homosexuality
Published on : Friday 03 2009 18:47 – by, ANI

Moradabad, July 3 – ANI: A day after the Delhi High Court overturned ban on gay sex, Muslim clerics in Moradabad have issued a fatwa against homosexuality.

The Delhi High Court on Thursday had ruled that gay sex was not a crime, a verdict that will bolster demands by gay and health groups that the government scrap a British colonial law.

The ruling is expected to be repeal the 1861 law that makes homosexual sex punishable.

However, the verdict did not go down well with Muslim clerics.

Justifying the fatwa, Sibtey Nabi Ashrafi, a Muslim cleric said that relationship between same sexes is against the law of the nature and against Islam.

“Relationship between same sexes is unnatural and we cannot bear it. Islam forbids sex between same genders. We have issued a fatwa since its illegal. Both male and female have particular role to play and it’s against the nature of the law,” said Ashrafi.

The court’s ruling that homosexual sex among consenting adults is not a crime is expected to boost an increasingly vocal pro-gay lobby that says the British-era law was a violation of human rights.

The ruling applies to the whole of the nation, but can be appealed at the Supreme Court. – ANI

One Response to “Indian Muslim clerics issue fatwa against homosexuality”

  1. Jim Baxter said

    MIND Over glands

    The defenders of homosexuality continue the oxymoron
    contradiction of attempting to use the mind to justify the
    rule of carnal glands.

    Thinking Americans still don’t give ‘a tinkers-sham’ what
    homosexuals do with their body-parts. An individual or
    a society which is by law and tradition committed to the
    natural human hierarchy of mind over body will not, how-
    ever, ever sanction glandular rule over the human mind.

    Undisciplined human desire can induce distorted perception.
    The disturbed personality or inverted character can be
    considered to be cognitively confused. This description is
    confirmed by the work of English psychoanalyst Money-
    Kyrle, who indicates that it is more accurate to recognize
    such a condition as the result of distorted perception.

    Neurosis, psychosis, stunting of growth, etc., are all, from
    this perspective, cognitive diseases contaminating not only
    perception but thinking, learning, remembering, valuing, and
    decision- and choice-making.

    Money-Kyrle affirms that scientific truth is not attained by a
    trendy self-serving fashion, confession of inadequacy,
    abdication, or collective majority-vote. There is no excuse for
    professional ignorance willfully maintained.

    By definition, a standard that is flexible is not a standard at all.
    The human mind requires a standard of comparison that is
    invariable. A criterion must be greater than the value measured
    in order to supply value-meaning in a predictable direction of
    survival and progression. The mind thus equipped is enabled
    to maintain a natural dominion over the body and its appetites.
    The very survival of the body itself, therefore, depends upon this
    maintained intellectual authority. Romans 8:6

    Our posterity cannot respect what it does not perceive, and it
    cannot perceive that which has been abandoned or inverted to
    an appetite of physical expediency by the equivocal person.

    With confidence in the laws of human nature, we can know that
    in the clash between carnality and intellect, the ‘man of the mind’
    will always prevail.

    That is nature and GOD’s way and intent all along.

    “No one is smarter than their criteria.” selah jfb

    Jim Baxter
    Teacher – 30 years
    pointman/follower of The Lion of Judah
    Santa Maria, CA

    semper fidelis
    Sgt. USMC
    WWII & Korean War

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