Islamic Views On Oral Sex
In Islam, oral sex is considered "Makruh Tahrimi" or highly undesirable by most Islamic jurists when the act is defined as mouth and tongue coming in contact with the genitals. The reason behind considering this act as not recommended is manifold, the foremost being the issue of modesty, purification (Taharat) and cleanliness on which there are clear hadith and ruling of the Qur'an.
The most common argument states that the mouth and tongue are used for recitation of the Qur'an and for the remembrance of Allah (Dhikr). All four sunni schools unanimously agree on the impurity of genital secretions, and that no secretion is for oral consumption. Therefore oral sex is considered immodest and reprehensible because mouth and tongue come into contact with impure secretion.
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