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  • xboxown
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    Re: The state of marriage in the world today

    Originally posted by AbuMubarak View Post
    zaman, too late

    they can already adopt, and if a gay woman divorces her husband, her and her other lesbo can adopt the child and there are even cases that if the ex-gay-wife dies, the father doesnt get the child, but the new adopted-gay-partner gets the child

    and to think, bush and dumsfeld want to export these "freedoms" to the muslim world
    It is simply because fathers are subhuman beings with fifth class citizen that is why. The value of a father is his sperm and his wallet, that is about it. I totally sympathise with American men out there who are in marriage strike, who don't want children or don't want to have a family. They will work to their bones to teeth to support his family and he goes unappreciated, the kids don't respect him in many cases, the wife can divorce him and take his kids away, and the law is against him in all angels.

    In those laws, single mothers, homosexuality and lesbianism have more rights than fathers. Yet there are scientific studies over and over that proof that fathers are very important, amazing how there are studies for something that should be obvious as mothers value in a family.

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  • -Jibril-
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    Re: The state of marriage in the world today

    Another bumpity bump

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  • AbuMubarak
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    Originally posted by AnnaMarie
    first of all the Christians are the ones out there protesting.....and Bush is the one who proposed a constitutional ammendment that would permanantly ban gay marriages.....and I'd support that completely
    christians are protesting because jews have already accepted it, others either dont care or support it

    and muslims? there is so much wrong with this society as far a a muslim is concerned, gay marriage is just one more symptom of kufr

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  • AbuMubarak
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    Originally posted by AnnaMarie
    this is slightly off topic.....I know you live in the US..this might be a personal question but what do you plan to do for the election???I'm in a bind about it because I don't like either....
    go to the masjid, make dua to Allah

    its more effective than wasting time in an election booth and gaining sins on your soul

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  • AbuMubarak
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    its a shame it even has to be debated

    a sign of the decadence of our society

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  • Mary Carol
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    Originally posted by Indigo
    Im not sure how i feel about a constitutional amendment. IN one way I think the state cant do anything about it because it isnt the state that defines marriage. Its God.
    An amendment is the only way to stop individual states from sanctioning same sex marriage.

    Once marriage is defined as being between a man and a woman, not a woman and a woman, and not a man and a man, then the states will have no recourse except to obey the Constitution.

    Then they can all duke it out in court for the next 100 years.

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    this is slightly off topic.....I know you live in the US..this might be a personal question but what do you plan to do for the election???I'm in a bind about it because I don't like either....

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  • AbuMubarak
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    republicans arent any better, because they tend to be blind with hatred and patriotism and usually all-white

    cant be too much good coming from them either

    two sides of the same coin of kufr

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    damn secularist liberals!!!!!!Thats why I vote republican!

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  • AbuMubarak
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    excuse me indigo, but atheists and human secularists have hijacked marriage from its meaning

    it used to be you got married only in your church, synagogue, temple, or masjid

    now, because the state controls and regulates marriage, you dont need god or a house of worship, only a justice of the peace

    and since god has nothing to do with it, then the heterosexuals cant use god as a defense

    we "good people" have allowed this for the past 50 or 100 years or so in america, and now we are reaping the deeds of our sins

    single parenting, homosexuality, fornication on the school age level, disgusting mtv videos, all because we have left the world to the non-religious, because we have outlawed religion from the state, thus we have written in paganism into our social progress

    and now look at us

    we are debating whether two men can marry

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  • Indigo
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    Im not sure how i feel about a constitutional amendment. IN one way I think the state cant do anything about it because it isnt the state that defines marriage. Its God.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    first of all the Christians are the ones out there protesting.....and Bush is the one who proposed a constitutional ammendment that would permanantly ban gay marriages.....and I'd support that completely

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  • Zaman
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    Originally posted by AbuMubarak
    mariam, do you know the punishment of an openly, practicing gay man in an islamic society?

    the least of their problems would be health insurance

    but if the moderates have their way, i will have to watch my back when i make ruku
    omg lol

    cant belive u said that :P but v.true

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  • jabaraltariq
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    Originally posted by AbuMubarak
    but if the moderates have their way, i will have to watch my back when i make ruku
    Lol.......I think we all have to start watching our backs.

    I think we need to remind ourselves about the life story of Lut alaihisalam.

    May Allah protect us from all the battymen. Especially those in the US army.

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  • AbuMubarak
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    mariam, do you know the punishment of an openly, practicing gay man in an islamic society?

    the least of their problems would be health insurance

    but if the moderates have their way, i will have to watch my back when i make ruku

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