Monday, 2 June 2014

Indonesia, Saudi Arabians, Muta, Prostitution and American Christian Bigots

 nikah al-mut'ah

"One of the most disastrous illusions of the internet age is that an amateur plus Google is equivalent to a scholar" — Timothy McGrew

So according to a report Saudi men have been travelling to Indonesia as sex tourists. For purposes of hate propaganda Christian bigots are putting their spin on this.

Just so nobody is confused, Mutah is not allowed in Islam. An EXPERT, Dr Yasir Qadhi, explains he history and teachings around Mutah (temporary marriage):

Here we learn temporary marriage is not allowed in Islam. It was something which was allowed in the early days but was later prohibited (forbidden). The Sharia prohibits this type of marriage.

Simple. There should be no confusion over the issue of Mutah and nobody should alow the spin of the American anti-Muslim brigade to confuse them.

For the American Christian hate bigots

I'm not sure why these folk don't concentrate on the European and American sex tourism in Thailand. All of a sudden when some Saudis do the same thing these bigots begin to use it for their hate propaganda against Muslims. These people don't care about the plight and poverty of the Indonesian prostitutes just like they don't care about those in Thailand.

American Christian hate bigots are so concerned about where and whom a tiny number of Saudi men are having sex they forget about the problems in their own backyards:

The state of Nevada is the only jurisdiction in the United States where prostitution is permitted []

80% of Christian evangelical youths in America engaged in premarital sex:

A Christian fundamentalist on Pakistani prostitution

Christians having dreams and converting to Islam:

Invitation to Islam

Jesus taught people to do the Will of God (according to Mark 3:35) in order to become his brothers, mothers or sisters. A Muslim means one who submits to the Will of God. Do you want to become a brother/sister of Jesus? If yes, become a Muslim.

Learn about Islam:

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