Queer Muslim Marriage

Queer Muslim Marriage❴Download❵ ➺ Queer Muslim Marriage Author Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Between the autobiography and the essay on religion this book relies on a Muslim gay couple real life events to stress the fact homosexuality despite what some conservative could say is not a choice; Between the autobiography and the essay on religion this book relies on a Muslim gay couple real life events to stress the fact homosexuality despite what some conservative could say is not a choice; and it would be crazy to choose to be homosexual when one comes from the sociocultural milieu where Queer Muslim ePUB ✓ they come from Ludovic Mohamed Zahed recalls his ardent youth spiritual asceticism and burning desire Between passion and rigor it is a very singular path that emerges through the pages It is a history of his contamination by HIV AIDS before his pilgrimage to Mecca Umm Al ura the mother of all cities In front of the ancient house of God Ludovic Mohamed understands that it is possible to conceive of faith without dogma For it is said in the ur'an No constraints in religion Can you be gay and Muslim Of course yes The author has also founded a few years ago the association HMF to sustain Gay Muslims in France With his husband iyaam Jantjies Zahed they are the first gay Muslim couple to have been married publicly in front of an imam He is now the Founder imam of the first European inclusive mosue“What arguments can be put forward to someone who thinks that homosexuality is a sin something against nature which should be prosecuted and convicted What can we say to address the plight of our Muslim gay brothers and lesbian sisters What can we say to such obvious lack of the most basic feelings and values of Islam such as compassion respect for others and a sense of right and wrong It's time to say that this issue is not a matter of divergent interpretations it is a basic issue for the survival of Islam as a way of life based on transcendent values rooted in the depths of the human heart In this sense this book goes beyond the foregoing issues to address the issue from the very heart of Islamic spirituality” Abdennur Prado Green Book “Faith without change would be a dead faith not a living breathing one for any living thing that fails to change and grow will die The challenge facing Islam in the st century is whether it will continue to grow and mature and be in the spiritual vanguard as it was when it was first revealed to our beloved Prophet Muhammad ASWS or whether it will stagnate and become degraded Will it adapt to changing circumstances and respond to new problems becoming egalitarian and just; or will it continue to be monopolized by often oppressive homophobic and misogynistic interpretations of what it means to be a Muslim” Matthew Simonds MPV USA“The Arab Spring was a watershed in the fight against the barrier of silence and repression which was supported by the Arab peoples since it is now enjoying a much greater freedom of expression about our claims in all areas that relate to our society These revolutions have worn slogans of freedom and rejection of repression oppression and marginalization and they have fulfilled their goals by breaking this cycle of tyranny that lasted for years And as long as homosexuals will be an integral part of this society things will change and we will continue to strive for recognition justice and peace” Marwan Bensaid ASWAT Morocco“I had a retreat with ueer Muslims and their allies Really the sisters and brothers there put heart and soul into our worship together I thought this is what community is all about” Amina Wadud Tawheed Umrah pilgrimage.