Sunday, September 23, 2007


"It stated that if a man and a woman worked together alone in an enclosed work place, the woman must breastfeed him to avoid any sexual relationship between the pair, since the man would become like a son to the woman. The Islamic religion bans a person from being in private in the same room with a person of the opposite sex, unless they are married or have close relations (parents and children, brothers and sisters, and so forth). The fatwa provoked huge controversy among religious scholars, and on the internet. Al-Azhar authorities condemned the religious edict, which sparked huge controversy among religious scholars, and on the internet, saying that it portrayed a negative image of Islam. Others said it would have the "opposite effect", of promoting sexual interaction and sexual harassment in a work place instead of diminishing it."

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1 comment:

  1. Isn't it convenient that we should start sucking each other's nipples, itself considered a sexual act, in order not to commit the "sin" of sex! Such contradictions in organised religions was the first instant by which I have lost faith in virtually all established organised religions of the world. I am more content to stick with what little scientific answers we have now because I believe that though it's insubstantial at this moment in time, it still is the best and the most rational and logical.