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fatwa ayatollah khomeini yg membenarkan pertukaran jantina...

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bab syiah membolehkan trans-gender/pertukaran jantina

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0QaKtC8_bk

fatwa ayatollah khomeini yg membenarkan pertukaran jantina...

Gender Change

Q1271. Some people have the appearance of men. They have female psychological and sexual tendencies though. If they do not undergo the operation of sex change, they might commit sins insofar as their sexual behavior is concerned. Is it permissible for them to undergo such an operation?
A: There is no harm in undergoing the said operation if the end result would be determining of the true sex of the person provided that it does not lead to the commission of any ḥarām act or a vile consequence.

Q1272: What is the ruling in the matter of undergoing an operation for a hermaphrodite person to become either man or woman?
A: There is no objection to it in itself provided that one avoids ḥarām preliminary steps.


source: Office of Supreme Leader, Sayyid Ali Khameinei, Iran [Nota: Main page bg Office of Supreme Leader adalah http://www.leader.ir]

ini berita satu tahun lepas plak....


Iran performed over 1,000 gender reassignment operations in four years

Iranian news services reports that well over a thousand gender reassignment operations have been carried out between 2006 and 2010

04 DECEMBER 2012 | BY DAN LITTAUER

Maryam Khatoon Molkara, the first Iranian to undergo gender reassignment surgery, is one of tens of thousands to have undergone the procedure in Iran.

State medical records indicate that from 2006 to 2010, 1,366 Iranians acquired permits to undergo sex change operations.

Khabar-on-line reported on Monday that 56 percent were seeking male-to-female surgery and 44 percent were female-to-male operations.

Iranians seeking sex-change operations must apply to the countrys courts for a permit, their case is then forwarded to state medical offices to be processed.

Maryam Khatoon Molkara, claimed to be the first Iranian to undergo gender reassigment, was instrumental in persuading Ayatollah Khomeini, Irans late spiritual leader, to legalize the operations in 1984.

While homosexuality is considered a sin and crime punishable by death, transsexuality is categorised as an illness subject to cure (i.e. gender reassignment).

Iran has between 15,000 and 20,000 transsexuals, according to official statistics, although unofficial estimates put the figure at up to 150,000.

Iran carries out more gender reassignment operations than any other country in the world besides Thailand.

Under the current Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the state has begun providing grants of 2,250 ( 2,766 US$ 3,625) for operations and further funding for hormone therapy.

It is also provides loans of up to 2,750 ( 3,380 US$ 4,429) to allow those undergoing surgery to start their own businesses.

In an interview with the British daily The Guardian, Molkara stated that some of those undergoing operations were gay rather than out-and-out transsexuals.

Under Iranian law, only sexual relations occurring inside heterosexual marriages are permissible, anything else is strictly prohibited with a maximum capital punishment for homosexuality.

The Safra Project 2004 report stated that it is not possible for presumed transsexual individuals to choose not to undergo surgery - if they are approved for sex reassignment, they are expected to undergo treatment immediately.

Those who wish to remain "non-operative" (as well as those who cross-dress and/or identify as genderqueer) are likely to face persecution as gay, lesbian or bisexual people in Iran.

Other reports document gay, lesbian and bisexual people being forced into gender reassigment operations.

Thus Irans police follows the strict Sharia division of heterosexual gender roles, and many people who are not genuinely transsexual are forced into this procedure.

Furthermore, many transgender people face social persecution, are ostracized, or even killed by their family and community after reassignment.

Commenting on the news, Omar Kuddus, an openly gay Muslim LGBT rights advocate based in the UK told GSN: It is unfortunate that many gay, lesbian and bisexual Iranians have to resort to gender reassignment surgery as a forced choice.

The only other viable choice for them if they remain in the country is to try and avoid getting caught which could cost them their lives.

In fact, the high number of surgeries may indicate this harsh reality many are probably gay, lesbian and bisexuals who would rather live as such rather than be forced into a gender reassignment surgery.

Even then, Iranian society, at large, does not accept transgender people who are murdered because they dishonour their families.

- See more at: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/...rations-four-years041212#sthash.u4JewZXQ.dpuf


salah satu fatwa setan al-khomeini yg telah dia buat tahun 1984...woaaahhhh... unofficial yg dah buat transgender 150,000 orang tu....ekeke....ini baru pencari neraka tegar...siap bagi grant kerajaan utk buat pembedahan pertukaran jantina masa ahmadinijad berkuasa....steady la syiah...

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