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LSemmens

[*] posted on 22-4-2015 at 02:59
If you want to know what is, or isn't right for muslims Have a read. It is an eye opener, and not as cut and dried as you might think!
marymary100

[*] posted on 21-4-2015 at 21:15
who knew?


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Contrary to popular assumptions that Islam is repressive about sex, there are ample dictates in Quran and hadith (a record of the sayings of the Prophet Mohammad and his companions) that encourage sex within the confines of marriage, Hamza Yusuf - an American Islamic scholar and co-founder of Zaytuna College in Berkeley - told Foreign Policy.
There are also instances in Quran where Prophet Mohammad tells men not to leave their wives for more than six months so as to avoid sexual neglect, and there are even some well-known references to foreplay in the hadith, he added.


Not that repressed in some areas.