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The Quran on Homosexuality:
Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on Homosexuality
Narrated Jabir (may Allah be pleased with him):
That the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: "What I fear most from my Ummah is the behavior of the people of Lut." [Jami` at-Tirmidhi: H# 1457]
Narrated Abu Sa'id al-Khudri (may Allah be pleased with him):
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: A man should not look at the private parts of another man, and a woman should not look at the private parts of another woman. A man should not lie with another man without wearing a lower garment under one cover, and a woman should not lie with another woman without wearing a lower garment under one cover.
[Sunan Abi Dawood: H#4038]
Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal on Homosexuality
Perception of Discrimination:
The concept of absolute morality can provide a framework for discussing and understanding different moral perspectives regarding homosexuality. Absolute morality refers to the belief that there are universal, objective moral principles that apply to all people, in all situations, regardless of cultural or historical context. In other words, absolute morality holds that certain actions are inherently right or wrong, regardless of any subjective opinions or situational factors.
The Quran lays out a moral framework that includes absolute moral principles, such as the prohibition of murder, theft, and adultery, as well as the obligation to be honest, just, and kind to others. These principles are seen as universal and not subject to cultural or historical variation. The same is the case for homosexuality. Though modern liberalists advocate homosexual acts but such odd opinions are not to be considered in Islamic jurisprudence.