Gay Marriage: When Politics changes the Rule of God

Posted: May 20, 2013 in Standing up against Wrongdoings
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Bismillah-hir Rahman-nir Raheem (in the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful)

In England and Wales, politics has been the main factor to legalising gay marriage. These deliberations and round of voting did not give adequate weight to the Laws of Allah, which is that homosexuality is wrong, which is echoed in Judaism and Christianity. Yet this has been largely ignored by the politicians, who have decided that it is better to legalise gay marriage and make voters happy.

To be honest, this is hardly surprising – a largely sectarian political regime, with members of parliament that do not allow religious law to be taken into account, and which panders to where the votes are. The decision to legalise gay marriage is not about what is right or wrong – it never was – it is all about politics; the politicians are looking at where is public opinion going and what will make them popular with the voters. In fact, it’s completely ridiculous that members of parliament are seen to be the experts in deciding religious law. Where are the religious clerics? Where is their voice here? Hidden behind politics.

Since the UK has campaigned over the decades for homesexuality and to defy the Law of God, there have been major steps backwards and legalising gay marriage is yet another major step towards a society more akin to Sodom and Gomorrah than a righteous one.

There is also a lesson here for those Muslims who believe that becoming a part of the political system is the right way to bring Islam into a country. They are so wrong. Politics thrives on campaigning and an environment where the majority voice is the one that is heard and matters. Muslims in parliament are a minority and will always be a minority and are extremely poor at campaigning. The last 5 decades have seen nothing implemented by parliament that is in favour of Islam and those Muslims that have become members of parliament are blind to this waste of their efforts. Name one major thing that Muslims in parliament have achieved that has been a major step forward for Islam in the UK – there’s nothing! Where were the Muslim MPs in the vote for gay marriage? What impact did they have? Or are they still hiding behind the old line ‘we cannot achieve anything unless more Muslims take part in this democratic system’. It’s time you woke up from this naive stance that shaytaan is feeding you.

What the gay marriage issue has highlighted is that society in the UK is slipping faster into being based on ‘morals’ that can be changed to suit the wind, to suit desires and which defies Allah. Politicians do not care about what is morally right or wrong. They care about voters and will happily change the Laws of Allah to satisfy their electorate and get voted in again at the next elections.

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Comments
  1. Politics has been a factor in changing the law? Say it ain’t so!

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