Prospectivity and Petroleum Systems Modelling of the Offshore Lamu Basin, Kenya: Implications for..
Islamic Preparation for Intercourse
By; Ibrahim Hassan Gagaale,(KON) - IntroductionTeaching or learning Islamic Sexual Relations is an important integral part of Islam. As Muslims are required to practice chastity (practicing only lawful marital relations) during their life and avoid all sinful sexual acts, they must learn Islamic laws that govern Islamic Sexual Relations which are widely explained in The Noble Qur'an of Allah (S.W.T) and inThe Sunnah of the Prophet (S.A.W) that consist of deeds and sayings of The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)]. Without learning Islamic Sexual.
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