Chapter “with guest Munira Lekovic Ezzeldine”

When Homosexuality Hits Home


Dr. Maher Hathout is joined by Munira Lekovic Ezzeldine, a marriage and family counselor, for an honest discussion on homosexuality and Islam. Beyond the theological issues, they talk frankly about how these principles translate in the real world: How should people who are gay (including Muslims) be treated within our society and within our families? How should families struggling to reconcile their child’s sexual and religious identity approach their children? Can you be gay and still be Muslim?

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