ISLAM NEWSROOM UPDATE: Sunday April 26, 2015 11:00 AM (EST)
ATTENTION: Please Read ALL OF THIS - (This is NOT True!)
This story is lies to make people think bad about Islam, and to make their stories go "viral" on the Internet.
So please don't blame or curse scholars of Islam - They did not do this!
The real sinners are the authors and publishers of this kind of reporting.
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QUESTION - Did you know that all these news sources (quoted here) are not telling the truth?
Here's one of many stories from news sources around the world (but is it all true?)
A "Shariah compliant" sex shop offering 'sensual aids' is reportedly set to open in Makkah.
El Asira, which will stock 'Islamically approved' adult items.
According to reports this week, the shop is due to open after the idea was approved by Saudi scholars.
Owned by Abdelaziz Aouragh, who runs the establishment in Amsterdam, the shop known as El Asira is recognized for its range of sensual oils...
(there are many other similar stories published in the last 3 days - but now we know more)
What is the real truth behind these stories?
Are we going to support our own news - our own voice - OUR OWN DEEN?
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~ UPDATE ~
We now know a lot more about this story that claims a “Halal” sex shop is soon to open in the Harem area of Makkah (Islam’s most Holy City - prayers offered there are 100,000 times more than anywhere else on earth) - has gone viral in recent days.
However this story is based on lies - not the truth
Let’s start with the Arabic website claiming to present Moroccan news: Alyaoum24
Definitely appears they made up, added to and falsified information in a way to make people think the story was about Saudi’s scholars approving a “Sex-Shop” in Makkah. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The Arabic language website used a purposely misleading headline and “doctored up” story to create fitnah (chaos) and make their story go viral on the Internet.
A story released April 12, 2015 on the Moroccan news site: Alyaoum24 story titled - "Moroccan intends to open a Halal sex shop in Makkah"
The fact is a Moroccan businessman, named Abdelaziz Aouragh, who does own a sex products business, did give the statement, his business is “willing to open a sex shop in Makkah”! - but it was in a different interview, not indicating there was anything agreed upon or even discussed with people in Saudi Arabi.
This definitely does not match up with the headline story, does it?
Next the British daily named, “The Independent” further falsified the story and claimed the “sex-shop” was opening in Makkah, saying their source was Alyaoum24, even though it is clear even these statements did not appear.
NOTE: We’re still waiting for “The Independent” to admit this was a total distortion and fabrication…
We need our own news sources - NOT INTERNET NONSENSE!