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  1. 1 hour ago, SoRoUsH said:

    Keep away from homosexual acts, such as sodomy. 

    Regarding your thoughts and intentions, seek closeness with Allah and His awliya. Pray, fast, make dua, and sincerely seek their help and guidance. 

    You can inform non-judgemental religious experts about your condition and circumstances. However, don't tell others. Many people can't and don't understand the complexity of your concerns and situation and will resort to negative judgement or advice, which in turn would make your situation worse. 

    Focus on purifying your heart through staying away from evil deeds, and Inshallah your internal desires and inclinations will change for the better. 

    It's not easy and it probably won't be easy for a while, but perhaps this is your trial in this life, and we all have our own specific trials. Always remember that as long as you're sincerely seeking Allah and His awliya, they will come to your aid. 

    And never despair!

     

    Keep in mind the following narrations:

    http://www.revivingalislam.com/2011/10/mercy-of-Allah-to-believers.html

    http://www.revivingalislam.com/2011/10/mercy-of-Allah.html

    http://www.revivingalislam.com/2012/01/mercy-of-Allah-part-3.html

    "1.)    If someone intends to do a good deed, and does not go through with it, he will be rewarded with one good deed because of his intention.

    2.)   If someone intents to do a good deed, and does go through with it, he will be rewarded with ten good deeds.

    3.)   If someone intends to do a bad deed, and does not go through with it, nothing will be written against him.

    4.)   If someone intends to do a bad deed, and does go through with it, only one bad deed will be written against him."

    Thanks for the reply. I do hope so. However its just painful to think that it might not be a trial and I might end up dying a sinner. May Allah have mercy on me.

  2. 2 minutes ago, The Green Knight said:

    Imam Ali (عليه السلام) said: "Looking at a boy with lust is awarded with the sin of zina while mounting him is kufr." (The committer of this act apostates)

    During his caliphate, he awarded death sentence to two homosexuals by collapsing stone walls over them. This punishment is from the Qur'anic exegesis and the accounts of how the nation of Loot (عليه السلام) was punished, which is that one stone would strike each homo in their head lethally and these stones each had the name of its target written over it and struck even those who were at the time away from their city as angels executed this historical, divine cleansing.

    So basically I am a sinner and I deserve the same

     

  3. Is it true that only the act of homosexuality is haram or is being gay itself a sin? I have heard that Allah doesn't hold us accountable for our thoughts it's only our actions. I hate to admit that I am gay and I didn't chose to be this way. I have these feelings naturally and I am going through a very difficult phase of my life. I haven't committed any act of homosexuality, I fulfill as much of the religious obligations as I can and I don't want to be sent to hell. So is it being a homosexual itself which is a sin or is it only the actual act which is the sin? A lot of Muslims on such posts all over social media say that being gay is haram and if a person is gay they are a sinner. I don't want to live like I sinner every moment of my life however there is nothing I can do about it. I can't just click a button and change my sexuality. I don't have any control over this.

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