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a matter of disgust

Postby Ustaz Hussein » 10 Sep 2009, 08:08

The threat with have now in our age is the so-called "gay marriege" very relevant in the world. Now the dangerous thing is that we hear that in Tanzania, there are secret homes where Moslems are engaging in gay marrieges and a party is done secretly. The famous places maybe Zanzibar or Pemba. This is a matter of disgust and amazement, particularly when the Americans have known about this and they want gay-maderation in Tanzania.
Though here also we have Iraqi people with same behaviour and so they flee Iraq and gather in Syria. I think now the world has ended really....
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby abuali » 10 Sep 2009, 09:42

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I never knew that Muslims in tanzania were engaging in such marriages!

How and why is this happening?

You mention Zanzibar & Pemba?
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby Ustaz Hussein » 11 Sep 2009, 14:55

Personally, i have friends who told me this.
But one's clarification about this happening in Tanzania is just through a google search of how gay marrieges are conducted in Tanzania
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby abuali » 11 Sep 2009, 20:09

March 15, 2003 - The Guardian

IPP Media, Tanzania

Hundreds protest cancelled visit of gay tourists

by Bilal Abdul-Aziz and Mwanaidi Swedi
Hundreds of Muslims in Dar es Salaam yesterday participated in a peaceful demonstration organised to protest the visit of gay tourists from the United States of America which has, however, been cancelled. The Muslim believers, who carried placards with messages condemning the tour, marched all the way from Mnazi Mmoja grounds in the city centre to Kigogo area. From the city centre, the march, which was organised by the Council of Muslim Clerics in the city, passed through Morogoro, Kawawa and Kigogo roads, to Masjid Islah where it ended. On the way demonstrators burnt US flags as a sign of their grievances and protest against homosexuality.

Speaking at the end of the demonstration, Sheikh Mussa Kileo, attacked all those who engaged in homosexuality and said their fair judgment according to sharia, was the death sentence. Sheikh Kileo said that people who supported and those who planned the tour were also subject to a similar judgment. He urged Muslims to join hands in condemning obnoxious habit from entering the country. The cleric noted that allowing gay tourists to visit the country would have an adverse impact on the culture and people in the country, especially the youth.

Last weekend, a group, identifying itself as the committee to curb immorality in Muslim organisations, pinned notices in various areas of the city centre, instructing its members to picket and harass the visiting gay tourists. The Archbishop of the Full Gospel Bible Fellowship, Zakaria Kakobe, had also threatened to lead a demonstration last week, to protest the visit. He said the coming of the gay tourists to Tanzania would damage the reputation of this country. It was reported earlier that the Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Zakia Meghji, had stated that, in principle, the government had no objection to the visit of the gay tourists. At least 100 gay tourists from America planned to visit the country this year for a one-month tour, starting from last Monday. However, the tour has been cancelled. Press reports said the tour has been re-scheduled to next January.
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby Ustaz Hussein » 12 Sep 2009, 13:19

Its true that religious leaders of Tanzania condemn homosexuality whether they be Christians or Moslems and the gay tourists were also thrown out of Zanzibar by President Salmin Amour of Zanjibar. But these acts are done secretly
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby Ustaz Hussein » 08 Oct 2009, 10:34

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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby Aliabbas Nasser » 05 Dec 2010, 15:17

Is this by any chance affecting our community youths?? Any ideas?
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby Brother in Islam » 06 Dec 2010, 00:05

The desires of a human being if left uncontrolled will imagine and think of new ways of pleasuring oneself...And this is one of the ways of doing it....People forget their natural selves and move on to satisfy their desires in an extra ordinary way as they have nothing else better to do then follow their caprices....
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby Aliabbas Nasser » 06 Dec 2010, 15:40

Thanks, but just to know if it is affecting the current era of youths?? Especially our brothers and how we think it can be protected??
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby abuali » 07 Dec 2010, 10:26

I personally have not come across anyone who was affected by this in our community.

I dont know if anyone else has?
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby Brother in Islam » 07 Dec 2010, 22:47

Have heard stories and have been told that it happens especially amoung youth however no confirmed reports as of yet
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby abuali » 08 Dec 2010, 01:15

I have heard some tit bits of information about one incident occuring in an Almuntazir school.

How many have friends or friends of friends who are involved in such practices? Please only answer in the affirmative if you are sure about your friend or friends' friend. This way we can assess if this was a one off occurrence or something that the community should be worried about.
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby fsl96 » 11 Oct 2013, 17:37

seriously Al Muntazir :/

I have heard no such issue in that school.
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Re: a matter of disgust

Postby fsl96 » 11 Oct 2013, 17:41

yes brother,
there are now a lot of cases around the world.
it has been illegally legal now this kind of acts
very sad :(

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