We offer to your attention a new series of interesting and useful articles on the book "the Intimate life according to the canons of Islam", Ali Riza Demirdzhan. This book was prepared for publication as a 479 th book publishing "Beyan Yayynlary." Printed in July 2008 in Istanbul.
Man is a creature that Allah placed above everything that He has created. All things in heaven and on earth is intended to serve man.
Undoubtedly, together with the elevation of the spirit of man, his physical qualities are weak. Compared with the subtlety and intimacy of spiritual pleasure, carnal pleasures are quite crude and superficial.
In this book we have tried to consider the intimate life of a person in accordance with the requirements of the two main sources of our religion - the Quran and the Sunnah.
In order to fully illuminate the subject, we considered the person from the point of view of his sexual needs. We have tried to pay attention to every verse of the Quran or Hadith, which refer to this aspect of life.
The reader is constantly encountering in our book of sayings from the Quran and the Sunnah regarding sexual life, may fall into confusion: "Is the Quran and the Sunnah says only that?" But, as mentioned above, the theme of this book - sexual life, so we chose from the Quran and the Sunnah are the corresponding statements.
It should be understood that the Quran and the Sunnah are the only lifestyle befitting a person. In these two sacred springs presents issues in all areas of life - about the beliefs of Muslims, the economy, politics, public life, morals and law, the relationship between a man and a woman. So these two sources of our religions lead us to happiness.
According to the Quran and the Sunnah, sex education is mandatory (fard)
Islam is a way of life, the laws of which set by Allah and His Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
This religion of Allah, establishing the principles of faith and life, covering all areas of life and society. Along with the economy, social life, politics, law and morality, Islam applies to such important spheres of human life, as the relations of the sexes. Our religion enters into the intimate lives in the scope of service to Allah.
Sex education is compulsary (fard)
Learn the fundamentals of faith (Iman) in Islam, all of the commands (AMR) and prohibitions impose on a person with certain responsibilities, is an individual duty - fard.
Every Muslim must study this knowledges, representing a fard, before coming of age. Therefore we must teach these knowledge our children, and boys and girls ourselves or by someone.
On this issue, there is a unanimous consensus of scientists.
The vast majority of laws regulating sexual life in Islam, are in the form of compulsary (fard) for the execution of commands and prohibition (haram). So be sure to receive sex education based on those bestowed by Allah's commandments and prohibitions.
Confirming this truth, which has the status of law, here are a few of those prohibitions (haram) of our religion, that relate to sexual relations:
privacy indoors, women and men who can join together in marriage;
sex with animals;
exposure of the body, those parts of it that should be covered (awrah);
stipulation in the act of adultery;
postponement of the full ablution (gusul) for a period of time more than one prayer;
sexual relations between spouses, even during menstruation and during the post-partum hemorrhage (nifaas);
refusal of his wife to her husband in the vicinity without good from the point of view of religious reasons or not medically indicated;
rape of women, etc.