The Forbidden Love


Come not near to the unlawful sexual intercourse. Verily, it is a Fahishah [i.e. anything that transgresses its limits (a great sin)], and an evil way (that leads one to Hell unless Allah forgives him). 17:32

By Kamal El Mekki.

This session discusses the sin of “zina” or fornication and gives practical preventive measures from the Quran and Sunnah.



9 thoughts on “The Forbidden Love”

  1. hello my name jade im in love deeply with my b.f he is asain and i know that his parents do not agree with the relationship but please tell me why people judge other people by religion or skin colour i think everybody should have a chance i know that if his parents new me they would realy like me because im a good person and im not one of these girls that go our drink and sleep around not at all im against that
    please help me because i dont want to loose him he is my world and my soul please help. x

    1. hi jade, there love and there is lust you should separate those love comes after marriage. if his parents dont like you that is not your fault and u will not loss him because of that if he loves you

  2. thank you for your advice but i carnt face loosing him he my world and my hero he says he loves me and i no he does., we ave had so many arguments and fal outs but we are stronger than ever after each one were in love shouldnt they be happy that he is happ? x

    1. Solutions for such problems only lies with the professional persons. You can discuss this with some Islamic Scholar who is well educated in Quran & Sunnah and has good knowledge in current issues !
      Jazak Allah !

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