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In Islam, men and women are required to dress modestly. This is said to help them avoid embarrassing one another. It is also seen as a way of discouraging adultery. Sex is seen as a gift from Allah and sexual relationships should be restricted to marriage between a man and a woman. Meetings between unmarried couples are traditionally chaperoned. In the Qur'anunmarried Muslims are advised against sex before marriage. Arranged marriages are the custom in Muslim families, when parents are involved in finding a suitable marriage partner for their .
This ensures that marriages are based on compatibility rather than lustful feelings. It is thought that a marriage like this will be less likely to end in divorce. Adultery is regarded as a very serious crime.
It is seen as a form of theft:. Many Muslims see it as their duty to have children and one of the aims of marriage is the conception and raising of children.
However, most Islamic scholars agree that Islam allows contraception if a pregnancy would endanger a woman's life, or to allow couples to space out their children especially if a woman is already caring for a baby eg if breastfeeding. Sterilisation, which would result in a couple never having children, is strongly discouraged. Some Muslim women believe that the wearing of a religious garment, like the burkais a way of protecting themselves from what they see as an over-sexualised society.
They feel that society portrays women as 'sex objects' and places too much importance on a woman's physical appearance. Under Shari'ah Lawthe traditional punishment for adultery is stoning to death. Iran, which has been an Islamic state sincebanned stoning as a means of execution inbut adultery is still punishable there by death. What does Islam say about sexual relationships?Muslim rules on dating
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