Talk:Legal status of bestiality in Islam

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Section:The Sistani Fatwa

  • Does the first reference in the section actually says what the paragraph claims to be. Correct or even increase the article information according to this reference.
  • Also does the image at that website ( actually says what it is alleged.

The image of alleged fatwa in shows the Subject of Question was " نكاح الحيوانات" (sex with animals) but searching these words in shows no result. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ikhlas Khan (talkcontribs) 23:30, 9 December 2016 (UTC)

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Section:The Punishment

The following is the possible Hadith that is being referenced above:

  • “Whoever kills (even) a little bird unnecessarily, it will complain to God on the Day of Resurrection and say, ‘My Lord, so and so killed me in vain and did not kill me for a useful purpose’.” (Hadith in An-Nasa’i and Ibn Habban)

Source: OR

  • "‘Whoever kills a bird or anything else without its due right, God would ask him about it.’ It was said: ‘O Messenger of God! What is its due right?’ He said: ‘To kill it for food…and do not sever its head, and throw it!’" (Targheeb)

Source: >>>>>Unsure which Hadith is being talked about here.<<<<< here it is from sahih Muslim — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ikhlas Khan (talkcontribs) 00:09, 10 December 2016 (UTC)

Although, the hadith does seem similar, it does not appear to be the same one. The hadith uses the words: "without its due right", which (or similar wording) do not appear in the Sahih Muslim hadith. --Regards, AhmadF.Cheema (talk) 08:28, 11 December 2016 (UTC)
  • ...the actions of branding animals on the face [n 1] or using them for target practice [n 2] etc. {I am not completely sure about the absence of these explicit prohibitions from the Qur’an}

Section:Shu’bha Al-Arba’ (شعبها الأربع)

  • Have to get checked the above translations, to make sure that the words: wife and woman are indeed included or are missing.

Paragraph: "The Arabic word Shu’bha (شعبها) is translated by critics as legs..."

  • Have to get this paragraph checked by an Arabic speaking person.

The word ha(ها) means her.

Section:Commentary of Imam Al-Nawawi