From WikiAhmadiyya, the free encyclopedia on Islam and Ahmadiyyat

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community condemns the persecution and punishments faced by gays in certain parts of the world. However, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community follows the teachings of the Quran, which describes Islamic marriage as an institution between a man and a woman. Therefore, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community does not practice gay marriage.

Notably, sexual intercourse - whether heterosexual or homosexual - is forbidden in Islam outside of the institution of marriage.

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