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SEXUAL Etiquettes in ISLAM 1 Please visit FREE e-libraries: www.al-islamforall.org www.quranforall.org www.prophetmuhammadforall.org CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ETIQUETTES OF FIRST NIGHT INTENTION OF SEXUAL INTERCOURSE AT THE TIME OF SEEING AN ATTRACTIVE WOMAN PREPARATION FOR INTERCOURSE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE-LIST OF DO’S ANDDONT’S 1. CLEANLINESS 2. INTENTION 3. PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION 4. FOREPLAY 5. RECITATIOIN OF DUAS 6. CORRECT TIMES 7. PREFERABLE TIMES 8. PERMISSIBLE POSITIONS 9.
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    Please visit FREE e-libraries: www.al-islamforall.org www.quranforall.org www.prophetmuhammadforall.org  1 SEXUAL    E  E t t i i q q u u e e t t t t e e  s  s i i  n n  I I S S LLAAM M       Please visit FREE e-libraries: www.al-islamforall.org www.quranforall.org www.prophetmuhammadforall.org  2   CONTENTS INTRODUCTION1.   ETIQUETTES OF FIRST NIGHT 2.   INTENTION OF SEXUAL INTERCOURSE 3.   AT THE TIME OF SEEING AN ATTRACTIVE WOMAN 4.   PREPARATION FOR INTERCOURSE 5.   SEXUAL INTERCOURSE-LIST OF DO’S ANDDONT’S 1.   CLEANLINESS 2.   INTENTION 3.   PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION 4.   FOREPLAY 5.   RECITATIOIN OF DUAS 6.   CORRECT TIMES7.   PREFERABLE TIMES8.   PERMISSIBLE POSITIONS 9.   AFTER PLAY 10.   HEALTH CONSCIOUSNESS 11.   CONCEAL PRIVATE MATTERS 12.   MORE THAN ONCE 13.   NUDITY 14.   FACING QIBLAH 15.   INCORRECT POSITIONS 16.   UNDESIRABLE ACTS 17.   EXCESSIVE SEX 18.   HOW OFTEN? 19.   PROHIBITED TIMES 20.   FANTASIZING 21.   ANAL SEX 22.   SEX DURING MENSTRUATION 6.   PREMATURE EJACULATION 7.   SEXUAL POTENCY 8.   VITAMENS FOR POTENCY 9.   HARMFUL FOODS10.   SEX-RELATED ILLNESSES; HEALTH HAZARDS AND    Please visit FREE e-libraries: www.al-islamforall.org www.quranforall.org www.prophetmuhammadforall.org  3  BISMILLAHIR-RAHMANIR-RAHIM INTRODUCTION   Islam is a complete way of life. Islam provides guidance and regulations for even the private momentsof a Muslim’s life. In the collective of Ahadith and Seerah of Rasulullah(Sallallahualay-hi-wassallam)there are numerous incidents and occasions when his companions came forward and enquired from himabout matters related to private life and it’s problems. Even the womenfolk from his followers cameforward and enquired with regard to matters that are related to marital life and it’s private issues.They did not feel ashamed or shy to learn the truth, nor did our Rasulullah Sallallahu-Alayhi-Wasallam )feel ashamed to expound the truth as the Quran Majeed says: “And Allah (Azza-wa-Jall)  does not feel ashamed of the Haqq.” 33/53   It is thus clear that there is nothing wrong in learning or discussing matters related to marriage and sexfor the sake of educating ourselves Islamically. Today when the world is realizing the importance of “sex education” in their crude and rude outlook, then why should we as Muslims feel ashamed of reveling Islam’s decent and refined teachings in this field?Due to constant exposure to pornographic material and other shameless literature, many Muslims haveoverstepped the limits of Shariah in the fulfillment of their sexual lusts and desires and thus broughtupon themselves the harms of this world and the next, particularly in the form of certain deadlydiseases, illnesses and infections. Many of them are blissfully unaware that there are any Islamicinjunctions in this regard and due to sheer ignorance of Islamic regulations have transgressed the Lawsof Shariah, thus causing harm and injury not only to themselves, but even to their partners and theiryet unborn off-spring as the pages ahead will reveal.Thus a need was felt to educate the Muslim public, particularly our younger generation and especiallythose prospective young couples that are on the threshold of entering into the sacred bond of nikah, inthis often-neglected aspect of Islam, in order that their health and marital bond remain intact andprotected from all harms and sorrow. It is hoped that every couple and couple-to-be will benefitgreatly from this booklet. Insha-Allah.   Finally, a word regarding the material content of this book. The contents of this book have beenextracted from authentic sources as the bibliography will reveal, Insha-Allah. The advices andobservations on this topic are the result of years of experience, deep in sight and the spiritual foresightof our pious and wise elders, predecessors and Ulema. To cast any aspersions on their words andteachings would be tantamount to doubting their integrity and erudition. None who claims to be a trueMuslim has the right to such presumptuousness. If the atheistic western scientists and their worshippersfind any of these teachings to be non conformant to their “research and findings”, it is of nosignificance or concern to us. The “ever changing nature” of own their theories is proof enough of theflimsiness and uncertainty of their teachings, which are nothing but conjectural pastimes as far as weare concerned. The mocking, jeering and sneering of such people should be discarded with thecontempt it deserves. The teachings of our great luminaries is and will always remain dear andprecious to us. Insha-Allah.   May Allah (Azza-wa-Jall) make their booklet a means of reward and saviour for this humble servant andmake it a means of guidance and benefit to His sincere and obedient servants. Aameen.    Please visit FREE e-libraries: www.al-islamforall.org www.quranforall.org www.prophetmuhammadforall.org  4   ETIQUETTES OF THE FIRST NIGHT   In the ideal Islamic situation, the husband and wife will most probably be total strangers to each other,having no kind of personal contact with each other previously due to the strict laws of hijab and pardahin the Shariah,. Coupled with this feeling of strangeness are the natural constraints of haya andmodesty, that form an integral part of Imaan. Under the particular circumstances it is quite naturalthat both the husband and wife will be extremely bashful of each other and under considerable strainand anxiety.In order to “break the ice”, they firstly greet each other with the traditional Islamic greetings of salaam. Thereafter the husband should gently place his right hand on his bride’s forehead and reciteTranslation:- “O Allah! I ask you of her goodness, the good within her and the goodness upon which shewas created. I seek Your protection from her evil, the evil within her and the evil upon which she wascreated”.Thereafter, wudhu and two rakats of salatul-Hajah maybe offered as a token of gratitude and therebyrequesting assistance from Allah (Rabbul-Izzrat) for a successful and blessed marriage, pious offspringetc.   Thereafter, they may read some Deeni literature to each other particularly on the topic of Nikah, etc.In this regard Kitabun-Nikah, Hayatul-Muslimeen , etc are excellent material to study. If time andopportunity permits, this booklet should be read from cover to cover once at least on the first night.One point of great importance that many newly wed, inexperienced men overlook is the importance of extreme gentleness and tenderness on the first night and during the first sexual encounter. Many areunder the false notion that gentleness is against “manliness” and the harm and damage that is done tothe relationship on the first night due to this foolish notion, has it’s impact on the marriage for monthsand years to come. During the initial stages of sexual union a virgin generally undergoes considerableanxiety and pain, which results in fear. During such a time the husband must take great care andconsideration in his movements and behaviour towards his bride.One more point of caution to the husband is never to harbour unnecessary suspicions against the wife if for some reason it “appeared” that she was not a virgin. This is a sin. It is forbidden to harbour ill-thoughts about the next Muslim merely on the basis of such conjectures. And worse still is to make hera target of abuse and oppression on this ground. This is Zulm(oppression) and a major sin. There aremany reasons a girl could lose her “hymen”, the tissue of virginity-reasons that could be substantiatedmedically such as heavy flows during menstruation, illness, falling, jumping excessive, horse-riding,certain sporting activities, ageing etc. INTENTION FOR SEXUAL INTERCOURSE   Hazrat Ali ( Radiallahu Anhum ) is reported to have said in his WASA (advices):“At the time of sexual intercourse, the following intentions should be made:  1.   Protection against zina (adultery)  2.   protection of the gaza from strange women  
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