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MessaggioInviato: Ven Feb 29, 2008 1:50 am    Oggetto: La pornografia secondo la Shariah: Perchè la censura? Rispondi citando

Pornography and the Shariah: Why must things be banned in society?
Answered by Shaykh Gibril F Haddad

Question: Dear Sir, I'm a South African working in London and have the pleasure of working with a Muslim colleague. We've been discussing various issues about religion and Islam. My view is that people should be free to choose their own way of life, the only condition being that they do not hurt or offend anyone else.

In our discussion, the topic of pornography came up and my colleague says ideally pornography should be banned. I personally find all porn repulsive but nonetheless feel that people should be allowed to make their own decisions and suffer their own consequences. If people choose to watch porn is it not their decision to make? How does it affect anyone else, as no one is forcing porn actors to do it, they choose to defile themselves. By banning things does this not remove a persons freedom of choice? I believe religion should be an individual choice and that no law or society should `police' people's lives. According to my colleague, Shariah law says pornography should be banned, and as I've said this prevents people making their own choice. Surely faith should be strong enough that things need not be banned but because people choose not to indulge in them because faith makes them strong enough to resist. I am not very religious but choose to have nothing to do with porn because I find it revolting. By having to resort to banning things is Islam not implying that it's lost the battle of hearts and therefore has to resort to policing in order to help society?

In addition, should Shariah law apply to everybody (not just with respect to porn, but also with things such as alcohol consumption, female dress code, etc.) including non-Muslims like myself?

Answer: Dear Sir,

Muslims and the Shari`a agree with you that "people should be allowed to make their own decisions and suffer their own consequences." This is, after all, the basis of freewill + accountability pre-conditional to our moral system together with that of the other two Abrahamic dispensations.(...)


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