47 Comments on “Israelis: Should gay marriage be legal?”

  1. Leviticus 20:13

    “If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.”

  2. Corey, sometimes your Hebrew cracks me up. in 2:21 you literally asked "what do you think about doing experiments on gays… to make it legal?". no wonder she was suprised.

    A more idiomatic, everyday way to ask this question is just – האם צריך לאפשר להומואים להתחתן?

  3. i dont know whats the problem with a gay people , gay people like you and me the every bodyes its eating make love and same feelings we are humanty . plzz just thinking about that becuse we are living in same place in the holy earth

  4. Open-minded, as expected. I love Israel and its people!
    אני אוהב את ישראל ואת האנשים שלו!
    (I'm learning Hebrew; correct me if there's any mistake.)

  5. The female at the beginning acting as if homosexual people are so normal and wonderful. I find them to be no different than heterosexual folk. Ugly, disruptive and hateful.Willing to lie and bemoan as much as anyone else. No better no worse. *worse a bit

  6. they think as a Jewish that the act of homosexuality is fine(which it’s not) but you can clearly see that that their own religion rejects homosexuality and forbidding it ……….In Christianity it’s the same thing for them if a lot of people are ok with it then the religion is ok with it as well

  7. Meanwhile, Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East, an island of sanity in a sea of atrocities and death, is hated by those "proud" imbeciles in the LGBT. Some of the most vial haters of Israel are among the left feminists, lesbians and gays headed by the bigoted type like Linda Sarsour. Lol, the hypocrisy of those in the LGBT who support Arab causes when those Arabs would so easily throw them off roofs to their deaths.

    What a stupid society we live in when a bigot anti Semite like sarsour leads the 'women march'.

    But, when it comes to hating us, it's just so in fashion all the time 🙂

  8. On IslamQA a person asked: (Some sinners, when we denounce them for their sin, they say: “I am free to do what I want.” Are these words correct?)



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    Praise be to Allaah.
    Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

    “This is wrong. We say: You are not free to disobey Allaah, rather if you disobey your Lord you can no longer call yourself a slave of Allaah because you have become enslaved to the Shaytaan and to whims and desires.”

  9. A person in IslamQA asked why homosexuality is forbidden?
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    Praise be to Allaah.
    The Muslim should not doubt, even for an instant, that what Allaah has prescribed is wise. He should know that there is great wisdom in what Allaah has commanded and what He has forbidden; it is the straight path and is the only way in which man can be safe and at peace, protecting his honour, his mind and his health, in accordance with the natural disposition (fitrah) with which Allaah has created man.

    Some heretics have tried to attack Islam and its rulings; they have denounced divorce and plural marriage and permitted alcohol. Those who look at the state of their societies will see the state of misery which those societies have reached.

    When they rejected divorce, murder took its place. When they rejected plural marriage, men started to take mistresses instead. When they allowed alcohol, all kinds of shameful and immoral actions became widespread.

    They (gays and lesbians) both go against the natural disposition (fitrah) which Allaah has created in mankind – and also in animals – whereby the male is inclined towards the female, and vice versa.
    Whoever goes against that goes against the natural disposition of mankind, the fitrah.

    The spread of homosexuality has caused man diseases which neither the east nor the west can deny exist because of them. Even if the only result of this perversion was AIDS – which attacks the immune system in humans – that would be enough.

    It also causes the breakup of the family and leads people to give up their work and study because they are preoccupied with these perversions.

    Since the prohibition has come from his Lord, the Muslim should not wait until medicine proves that harm befalls the one who does that which Allaah has forbidden. Rather he must believe firmly that Allaah only prescribes that which is good for people, and these modern discoveries should only increase his certainty and confidence in the greatness of Allaah’s wisdom.

    Ibn al-Qayyim said:

    Both of them – fornication and homosexuality – involve immorality that goes against the wisdom of Allaah’s creation and commandment. For homosexuality involves innumerable evil and harms, and the one to whom it is done would be better off being killed than having this done to him, because after that he will become so evil and so corrupt that there can be no hope of his being reformed, and all good is lost for him, and he will no longer feel any shame before Allaah or before His creation. The semen of the one who did that to him will act as a poison on his body and soul. The scholars differed as to whether the one to whom it is done will ever enter Paradise. There are two opinions which I heard Shaykh al-Islam (may Allaah have mercy on him) narrate.”

    (al-Jawaab al-Kaafi, p. 115).

  10. I don't support it. Reporters said he is gay. Just think about if his father was gay. How can he see the world. Because man and man can not born child. Also female and female can not born child.

  11. one thing that is not talked about is gay people having kids and people say "gays can't have kids" and im thinking oh man don't tell that to my friends gay father

  12. “Do not lie with a male as one lies with a woman; it is an abhorrence” (Torah Leviticus 18:22) and “If a man lies with a male as one lies with a woman, the two of them have done an abhorrent thing; they shall be put to death—their bloodguilt is upon them” (Torah Leviticus 20:13) This answer could be given by Israeli people ….

  13. Don't you just love how Jewish Israeli women always take charge of the conversation while their husbands wait for their turn to speak. Now just imagine what you'd see if you interviewed an average "Palestinian" couple. The woman would probably stand a little behind in silence while her husband takes over the conversation and she certainly would think twice before contradicting him. A patriarchal, violent society (Arab) vs. a modern and open society (Israeli) is in a nutshell the difference between the 2 societies.

  14. Whether you are heterosexual or gay, unless you are planning to have and raise children, what is the point. Marriage is a family contract, a commitment to grow together. Homosexuals are like a bunch of spoiled children…but, I want the toy that he has.

  15. As a Muslim, I am in favor of gay marriages but it would have to be done outside of religious/sharia law because we cannot require a Muslim cleric to bless a gay marriage when there is no mention of it in the Quran. I think that's because historically, it was heterosexual marriage which had to be regulated and legislated because of the potential for child-bearing and child-rearing. But today, gay couples want to marry (and adopt children). And there should be legal processes for that.

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