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Australian judiciary allows opening the biggest house of prostitution

In a very weird development, the Australian judiciary allowed opening the biggest house of prostitution in the country, after the project was rejected, yet not for moral concerns, but … 
 Australian judiciary allows opening the biggest house of prostitution(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – In a very weird development, the Australian judiciary allowed opening the biggest house of prostitution in the country, after the project was rejected, yet not for moral concerns, but out of fear that it can wipe out any form of competition in this domain.The municipal authorities rejected the project last September, considering that the huge size of this house of prostitution could wipe out any form of competition in this sector.

The court judge who ruled in favor of this project claimed that the sex institutions are legitimate and any moral objection is out of place.

Comment…

Such a step is extremely dangerous, although some might regard it as social liberation… However, prostitution is rejected and forbidden in all the heavenly religions, customs and values, and no human of a healthy mind and body can ever accept it. The act of prostitution degrades and demeans the woman who turns into some sort of a commodity owned by man, and a means for satiating his desires in return of little cheap money, not to mention the other repercussions and problems, including the worldwide spread of white slavery, where poverty in several locations in the world would be exploited to trade with women and force and coerce them into working in prostitution through violence and crime…

All those concerned with such issues ought to reconsider their decisions by spreading awareness on their demerits and repercussions on the human society…

Prostitution, in Islam, is absolutely forbidden, and it is referred to in the Quran as fornication.  In this context and in his interpretation to the following Quranic Ayah: “(As for) the fornicatress and the fornicator, flog each of them, (giving) a hundred stripes,” (24:02), His Eminence, the late Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah (ra), says that the reason for this punishment is that they [the fornicatress and the fornicator] have deviated from the social rule that Allah wanted all the sexual relation to be subjected to, so as to guarantee that the inclinations of the innate nature are controlled and its needs are satisfied.

It also makes the pure innermost sense feel that it is a need to make life head towards a balanced goal and not that it is a value in which all man’s whims and desires accumulate… Allah based the family system on this rule which regards the marriage contract as a condition to insure the legitimacy of the relation between the man and the woman, in what is imposed by the mutuality of the rights and obligations on the bases of amiability and human mercy.

The issue of adultery is no longer an individual situation in which man responds to his personal whims or instinctive desires by which he succumbs to his sexual feelings to be able to consider it a mere incidental mistake that man commits and expects to be pardoned for it. Rather, it is an issue of rebellion against the structure of the social system, which renders any fault resulting from this deviation or the other a fault that endangers social safety. Thus, Allah wanted to give this issue its real size that reaches the level of a crime, so He made the punishment of adultery for both the fornicator and fornicatress a hundred whips, if they were both, or at least one of them, not married…

However, if the adulterer or adulteress were both, or one of them, married, then their punishment is stoning as made clear by the prophetic Sunnah whether by stating or executing the punishment. Then, this judgment was passed and executed by the Islamic ruler without any objection, which means that it was very clear that it became a jurisprudential axiom.

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