Concepts of Sexology in Progressive Islamic Ideology

Mansoor ul Haq

Hanifi Ulemas of Pakistan, belonging to progressive school of thought were interviewed.  In a semi structured interview their opinion regarding sex was sought.  Unlike Christianity, Islam is not an anti sex religion.  It regulates sexual lives of its followers while preserving basic fabric of societyIslamordains to have sex with spouses after NIKKAH (marriage contract).  In fact it is considered as an act of great virtue.  It permits with condition of doing justice to have four wives. Sex with female slaves under peculiar condition in past was permissible; however this practice is no longer in vogue in modern time.

 

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Sydney, Australia, April 2007

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Mansoor ul Haq

General Secretary, Sexual Health Institute of Pakistan. Pre and post marital counselor, Pakistan

Co-authors: Muhammad Haris Burki, MBBS, PhD.
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