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mujju wrote at 2009-05-19 06:55:37
I'm sorry to ask, whether anal sex is permissible if any one had anal sex with his wife, is it affect to relationship. i heard that if any one had anal sex his nikah will be break and he has to again nikah to her wife, is to true please anwer it. and also i want to know that oral sex is permissible or not.

Hassan Razi wrote at 2009-07-12 08:52:27
The Nikah does not break with anal-sex with your wife although anal-sex is not encouraged or seen as something which is good in Islam, with respect to oral-sex, some scholars say it is fine, others disagree I am of the onion it is fine, both husband and wife should give oral-sex to each other as this is part of foreplay which is encouraged in Islam.  

Ayaz wrote at 2011-12-26 18:41:22
You should talk with a aalim. There are many things which you can do with your spouse except anal sex. I can not tell you.

maya wrote at 2012-04-23 12:32:28

oral sex is not allowed in islam.

Toh. wrote at 2014-09-21 03:39:19
Aslamu Alaikum,


Oral sex is permissible, even the link which you sent suggests this:

"But since the permissibility/impermissibility of this specific act of what is known today as ‘oral sex’ is not mentioned by name or act anywhere in the Quran and the Sunnah, the God-fearing and the pious amongst the scholars in Islam have abstained from declaring it ‘haraam’; the most they have said is that the act is from the ‘khabaaith’ (impure) and thus closer to the haraam than to the halaal, and the believers should fear Allah and abstain from it. "






And Allah knows best.  


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