Easy Math: If ‘Gays’ Hate Haters, They Should Focus on Islam

Islamhomosexuality-0012The Western media and politicos globally…if they were your only news source…would have you believe that those in the gay lifestyle and Muslims are the most persecuted people on the planet.

Funny thing is…ONE of those groups is persecuted, and even murdered, by the OTHER…

Muslims under Sharia Islamic Law (derived from the Quran and Hadiths) are called to hate and even KILL those in the gay lifestyle.

Is that news to you? It shouldn’t be…

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The Quran (Islam’s holy book) clearly states that homosexuality “transgresses the limits” of nature (Sura 7:80-84). The punishment for the inhabitants of Sodom was a storm of dry clay, “We rained upon his people,” which is based on Genesis 18 and 19.
Suras 11:82 and 15:74 state that dry clay was rained on Sodom. From these and other Quranic verses, and some Hadith passages (Hadiths are the traditions of Muhammad), Islamic legal scholars have established punishments for sodomy.

And it’s not a slap on the wrist…

According to Shafi (d. 820 AD, Islamic scholar from Mecca, Arabia) himself: “both the criminals involved in sodomy should be killed, whether married or unmarried” (vol. 2, p. 52, note 68). After his death, scholars in the Shafi school (Medieval Age) ratcheted it down to either stoning or flogging (perhaps because too many of their brethren were in flagrante delicto [caught in the act]).

Wait, there’s more…

According to the Shafi law book, Reliance of the Traveler: A Classic Manual of Islamic Sacred Law, (assembled in the Medieval Age, rev. ed., trans. Amana, 1994), says that the punishment of stoning the homosexual MUST be imposed, provided that he or she has reached puberty, is sane, and committed the act voluntarily, “no matter whether the person is a Muslim, a non-Muslim subject of the Islamic State, or someone who has left Islam” (p. 610, 012.1). An additional requirement is whether the person can remain chaste (is in a legal marriage). Therefore, this law book requires the judge to impose death by stoning, as opposed to the Sunni Shafi Law Code, which permits discretionary punishment.

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