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LGBTQ In Pakistan

Pakistan became independent on 14 August 1947. Our country was acquired in the name of islam, where the honor of women is protected, where Muslims can worship and follow the methods mentioned in the Quran. Because Muslims in India Could not worship peacefully in their places of worship, they were attacked during prayer, Muslims were martyred, finally it was decided that a Separate country would be created for Muslims.

With the tireless Efforts of Quaid e Azam, Pakistan came into existence on the map of this world in the month of ramadan by the order Of Allah Almighty. Various constitutions were made in Pakistan, one of which was made in 1973 which stated that "no law can be made against the Quran and Sunnah".

But unfortunately, the law is not being implemented. All parliaments and laws have become westernised. Recently, a bill for homosexuals has been passed in Pakistan. The benefit of this law was taken by all the people who have a Habit of this nasty disease. If a men or women want to go to Nadra and change gender in the gender box, then Nadra can change gender without any inconvenience.

In these last three years NADRA has received 28723 applications in which 16530 applications were for conversion from male to female and 15154 were for conversion from female to male.

According to Quran (surah Ar-rum ayat 30)

(O Prophet and his followers), [42] turn your face single mindedly [43] to the true Faith [44] and adhere to the true nature on which Allah has created human beings. [45] The mould fashioned by Allah cannot be altered. [46] That is the True, Straight Faith, [47] although most people do not know.

This disease will spread vastly in our society because it is a psychological disease.

In America, a man identified himself as a woman, he was sent to a women prison and he went there and raped two women. Who should be punished for this? If no such law is made, it will not happen. Allah has granted women feminine traits, and if she feels herself as a man and changes her gender and so can the men, this is against fitrah (nature).

If we consider this bill, this law was not only imported but it was imposed on us, but it is a pity that our state is so weak. This law is not allowed to be passed in this country which was built in the name of Islam, Quran and Sunnah. People are being deceived, why should we forget the time when punishment came on the people of Hazrat Loot.

Now a 17 year-old boy in Pakistan has changed his identity and studied in a girl’s college. Is this right? Why are we supporting this law which Allah does not like? Is it Islamically right that homosexuals marry each other? We are inviting Allah’s wrath upon us.

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said, "What I fear the most about my Ummah is the behavior of Loot's people". I was wondering how the judges who have passed the bill will protect their daughters from dirty lust of these homosexual men.