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Publisher's Summary

One of the grilling hot seats of controversies that breed not only human and public discrimination but fierce judgment is the issue of homosexuality. The grilling questions are: Are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people corruptions of human nature and dignity? Or are they the design of creation that expresses uniqueness and evolution? These essential questions are crucial in order to address the root issue. And this book was created for that purpose.
This book serves as an open letter to both the LGBT and Islamic communities.
We'll address:


The right approach we should carefully consider when we deal with both parties
The essential ideological heart cry of LGBT as an identity, individuals, and community
Why the terms corruption and creation are a valid argument in their own contextual views but invalid when compromised to other's views
Why LGBT is in fact a great economic resource for progress
The context of Islam for giving a severe punishment against LGBT
Why Islam's opposition against LGBT is a sacred devotion
The author's burden of seeing no hope of reconciliation for both parties
The common ground we can build in order to control the clashing storm of opposition coming from each party

©2015 Ricky King (P)2015 Ricky King
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ntussia on 02-08-17

Thanks for exploring this possibility!

What did you love best about LGBT vs. Islamic Law: The Coming Storm of Radical Extremism to the Gay Community?

I loved how this book took an actual and detailed look on what would happen if the LGBT community and Islamic law come face to face with one another.

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5 out of 5 stars
By The DOTKU on 02-21-18

All of it but the end.

As long as the doctrine is followed by the number of people it is there will always be those who follow it exactly. Those who claim to still be Islamic but not anti LGBTQ are just saving face on the spot while smugly supporting the extremists. They CAN NOT reconcile.

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