Muslims Sex outside of Marriage in Islam is wrong | Summary and Q&A

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December 9, 2011
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Muslims Sex outside of Marriage in Islam is wrong

TL;DR

Fornication is heavily discouraged in Islam due to its negative effects on individuals and society.

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Questions & Answers

Q: What does Islam say about fornication?

Islam considers fornication as a major sin and advises individuals to avoid it. Fornication is seen as a betrayal of trust and a violation of the sanctity of marriage.

Q: Can fasting help in controlling sexual desires?

Yes, fasting is recommended as a way to control one's sexual desires. By abstaining from food and drink during certain hours of the day, one can find strength in resisting temptation.

Q: What are the negative consequences of fornication?

Fornication can lead to the spread of sexual transmitted diseases, domestic violence, and the weakening of societal values. It can also have negative psychological and emotional effects on individuals.

Q: Is it possible to repent for past instances of fornication?

Yes, Islam teaches that forgiveness is always possible. If one sincerely repents and changes their ways, seeking forgiveness from Allah, they can start a new, clean life.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Fornication is a major sin in every religion and is seen as the opposite of a strong society.

  • The temptation to engage in fornication is high due to the sexual messages and media prevalent today.

  • Islam advises individuals to get married as a solution to high sexual desires, but also emphasizes the importance of self-control and avoidance of situations that may lead to temptation.

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