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Sex Matters: Love Marriage and the Sunnah - Islamic Books - Muslim Matters
Sex Matters: Love Marriage and the Sunnah - Islamic Books - Muslim Matters
Sex Matters: Love Marriage and the Sunnah - Islamic Books - Muslim Matters
Sex Matters: Love Marriage and the Sunnah - Islamic Books - Muslim Matters
Sex Matters: Love Marriage and the Sunnah - Islamic Books - Muslim Matters
Sex Matters: Love Marriage and the Sunnah - Islamic Books - Muslim Matters
Sex Matters: Love Marriage and the Sunnah - Islamic Books - Muslim Matters

Muslim Matters

Sex Matters: Love, Marriage and the Sunnah

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Healthy relationships and sex matter to the Muslim community, and that's why MuslimMatters.org is proud to bring you this collection of critical conversations about love, sex, and marriage through the lens of the Sunnah. Featuring work from Islamic scholars, writers, and subject matter experts, this book addresses topics and provides context particular to Muslim life:

-Love in the Sunnah
-Sex in the Islamic tradition
-Hadith of Jabir (ra)
-"Proof" of Virginity
-Intimacy post-Nikah, before the reception
-Same-Sex attraction
-Sexless marriage
-Secret second wives
-Sex addiction in the Muslim community
-Infidelity in the Ummah
- And more

Join Dr. Yasir Qadhi, Imam Omar Suleiman, Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim, Shaykh Yaser Birjas and other writers, scholars, and Muslim leaders in this critical MuslimMatters collection. In it, we discuss same-sex attraction, sex addiction, adultery, secret second marriage, and issues facing the Muslim community.

Excerpts from the book:

There are many evidences that clearly demonstrate Islam’s realistic and pragmatic view of human sexuality. Sexuality, like all human emotions, is a natural instinct that should be satisfied in a permissible manner. The emotion itself is not evil or filthy; abusing it and trying to satisfy it outside of the permissible bounds of marriage is evil and filthy." –Dr. Yasir Qadhi

"Many women are likely to be blamed for not keeping their husbands happy, even at times by their own families. This approach, of course, is completely devoid of any Islamic precedent or Prophetic tradition. The Prophet ﷺ never chastised the spouse of an adulterer for not doing enough to stop them from cheating." - Imam Omar Suleiman

"The entire concept of “proof of virginity” is alien to the Deen and completely absent in the Shari’ah. The only Islamically acceptable way of knowing whether someone has committed Zina (fornication) is by confession, or having been caught fornicating by the required four witnesses, making the whole idea of physiological “proof” redundant." - Zainab bint Younis

"Asking for a ‘virginity test’ is something new in the Muslim society. It’s hard to find anything regarding this issue in such a straight forward manner in classical works of fiqh, for such a request implies suspicion in the chastity of the woman and hence falls under ‘Qadhf‘ – meaning false accusation. This request is not only a violation to her body, but also to her innocence and to her honor." - Sh. Yaser Birjas

"Contracting secret/temporary marriages reduces marriage to sexual relations in an ugly sort of rental arrangement, that is profoundly demeaning, especially to women." - Dr. Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi
  • Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: Muslim Matters
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 978-0578588018
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.5 inches

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