Objectives of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, where it stated, "We must work to break down morality everywhere, facilitating our control. Freud is one of us, and would continue to expose sexual relations in the light of the sun so that there would be nothing sacred in the eyes of young people, and his main concern will be to satisfy the largest sexual instincts, and then break down morals."

1.1 billion dollar are spent on porno films
10.2 million watch porno films
1,340 persons search for porno material
Every 39min in USA on internet a porno films ia released
Youth between 12-17 are the most watcher of porno films
In USA 18-25M homosexuals
In washington 95% new cases of HIV everynight

One porno film receive 22,500,000 visitors in 1yr
Teenegers are the most age group using porno materials
80% of rapists keep porno materials in their homes
Size of Hiv/aids virus, condom and sperm



Human intervention has distiorted nature
Resulting in imbalance early sexual maturity-knows more than his anatomical body
Prevelence of provokers like-films,songs,photos
Generating an overwelming sexual desire

N.B-76% of youth masturbate n they can’t enjoy their lives
A lot of 13yrs boys n girls visit hospital for STI

Sources of sexual health for 13-18yrsFriends

WAY OUT7 people under the shade of Allah
3 people in the cave and rock blocked them
If my nation adopt 5things they would be destroyed
Accusing wife/husband of wrong doings
Wearing silk
Girls dancing naked
Homosexual and  lesbians

The contents of the program of the UN in combating this disease lead to further spread of the disease instead of facing it with scientific criteria, and this in turn leads to the subsequent elimination of ethics and values in the Muslim nation.

This is in line with the libertinism and immorality of the Western civilization, which calls for caution and is vigilant when discussing these programs adopted by the UN in international conferences, arguing that the countries that signed the document are obligated to implement its programs. It attempts to introduce these programs as one of the human rights it adopts. However, the most important principles of the UN are to respect the privacy, beliefs and social institutions of peoples

Therefore, we chose to provide the vision prevailing in these conferences, followed by the method of Islam that seeks to prevent this disease and organize family life and society, in a way that guarantees the happiness and stability of the human race

The UN's Means of Combating AIDS The UN’s means of combating AIDS include the following:
Imposing sex education in schools The UN defines sex education as, "Providing complete and accurate information on safe and responsible sexual and reproductive behavior, including voluntary, appropriate and effective male methods for the prevention of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases through, inter alia, abstinence and use of condoms."

Definition of safe sex: It is the use of contraceptives and means that prevent sexually transmitted infections, but responsible sex is the voluntary use of such means with the agreement of the other partner. (as in a training manual for adolescents, issued by the International Federation of the Red Cross [IFRC] and the Red Crescent Societies [RCS]) – Amman – Al Ettehad 2001 p.112), for further details on safe sex, see Part I: How to protect yourself from the infection of the HIV infection?
The 1995 Beijing Platform for Action, item 108, paragraph L.

We mention a part of the program of sex education in a British secondary school, which is available at the British Library entitled, "Why talk about homosexuality in the secondary schools?"
"Sex education at school was strictly heterosexual with the focus completely on the biological aspects rather than pleasure and there was absolutely no mention of same sex love."

Sexual education program in Tanzania (ages 6 to 13)This is a school program of sex education, which has applied to schools in Tanzania since the end of the year (2003), which claimed to circulate in all areas after the experience in the capital Dar es Salaam: The same program was issued to the area of the Middle East and North Africa from the IFRC and RCS entitled: "Working with youth… a training manual for youth."

First: StudentsA. Children ranging from 6-9 years
It is to define the genitals and their functions, and explain the various developments of the body, as well as venereal diseases, especially AIDS.
Teaching method
The teacher shows some photographs of the genitalia of a male and a female to the children and then asks them about what they saw. At the same time, she asks a boy and a girl to take off their underwear.
Forming a working group on the functions of the genitalia, and the changes that occur to it, along with health care for the body.

B. Children ranging from 10-12 years
It is to achieve body awareness, and education about early sexual relations.
Teaching method
The teacher asks the class to close their eyes and think of the genitals of a male and a female.
She asks a female pupil to draw the genitals of a male, and a male to draw the genitals of a female, with distinction of the parts on the drawing.
They comment and describe the drawing, and bring comparative photographs of male and female children and adults. Then, she asks pupils about the differences in the structure of each of them.

The school teacher is to explain the early sexual relations and introductions to it, describing the results of it such as pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases and how to avoid them, while explaining the meaning of underage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, particularly AIDS:
The teacher holds a dialogue about the things that take part in exciting children sexually, and how sexual temptation happens.
An Open dialogue on how to avoid early pregnancy.
An open dialogue on AIDS and describing its symptoms, while advising the students in the case of one of these symptoms appearing to visit the nearest hospital, and to honestly tell his sexual partner about these symptoms.

ReviewThere is a trend towards educating the young and adolescents about the nature of the sexual relationship, the use of contraceptives and condoms, and the establishment of legitimate full relations, even homosexuality. This one-sided path will lead to the destruction of humanity and disorder of the norms of the universe. Thus, the trend is against the nature that Almighty Allah created man with. Previous nations that indulged in these abominations faced imminent punishment and destruction. When weakened nations followed their whims and immoral attitudes including committing homosexuality, they were destroyed.

Go you in unto the males of the mankind. And leave those whom Allah has created for you to be your wives? Nay, you are a trespassing people!. They said, "If you cease not. O Lut! Verily, you will be one of those who are driven out!. He said, I am, indeed, of those who disapprove with severe anger and fury your action (of sodomy). My Lord! Save me and my family from what they do. So We saved him and his family, all. Except an old woman (his wife) among those who remained behind. Then afterward We destroyed the others. And We rained on them a rain (of torment). And how evil was the rain of those who had been warned. Verily, in this is indeed a sign, yet most of them are not believers.

However, we see that UN charters and the world media promote these fallacious concepts and distorted ideologies, till the applications of these concepts have been applied on other cultures through school curricula, religious institutions and NGOs, as well as the media. When these external pressures and challenges encounter vulnerable target communities, they find opportunities to extend broader and perhaps rooted legitimacy. This is what we find on the subject of sex education, which is encircling our values and customs and is putting pressure to accept the terms and their applications.

End the stigma of PLHIVThe philosophy of international documents was based on a concept that: the association of AIDS with illicit sex and homosexuality stigmatizes AIDS patients; particularly in the countries whose intellectual and religious fabric prohibits homosexuality and sex outside of marriage. Therefore, those patients compound their illness. As AIDS is a taboo, it makes the patient imprisoned behind bars of silence. Thus, the taboos that stigmatize the patient and require silence - in accordance with the philosophy of international documents - is among the major obstacles that impede efforts to prevent the spread of the disease. So getting rid of discrimination towards the AIDS patient is one of the most important human rights issues. The most important rights are

Review It seems clear that an attempt is being made here to suggest that Islamic societies have become similar to Western ones which do not consider the taboo of sexual orientation and homosexuality– in a step towards removing the stigma associated with the disease.
UN efforts to remove the stigma vary from the beginning when they try to impose neutral terminologies. They mean to palliate values and not to criminalize behavior that leads to the existence and spread of AIDS. UN documents show respect to homosexuals. It calls them homosexuals, yet refers to them by same-sex relations. Furthermore, when referring to prostitution, the second cause of the spread of AIDS, they call it women working in the sex trade

I think that such sensitivity - in the use of terms that do not refer to legitimate criminalization - is meant to accept such a behavior as natural or at least, will not be condemned or stigmatized. Hence, the disease caused by such behavior is not to be stigmatized.

Therefore, the greatest danger in the philosophy of the UN in combating AIDS is to link it to the issue of human rights. It insists, as a necessity, on the integration of AIDS patients in the society regardless of the cause of the The annual report of UNAIDS in 2006 declared that the practical policies needed to prevent AIDS are: to ensure that human rights are reserved, protected and respected, and it means to end racial discrimination.

Illness - It is not allowed - according to the UN policies – that they be isolated or prevented from living a normal life. Moreover, even any job applicant is not required to have a check-up lest he discovers he has AIDS and is then ostracized within the work place.
In this context, we believe that the stigma is associated with the causes of the disease. Thus, when it occurs through adultery or homosexuality, it is a stigma and the patient is stigmatized. However, when it may have been through an infected blood transfusion by mistake or infected from a mother to her child, it will not be a stigma in itself and the patient will also not be stigmatized. The patient and the illness are indivisible, as demonstrated by,

Say, 'Shall I seek a lord other than Allah, while He is the Lord of all things? No person earns any (sin) except against himself (only), and no bearer of burdens shall bear the burden of another. Then unto your Lord is your return, so He will tell you that wherein you have been differing.
AIDS often comes through the behavior which is banned by all religions and even moral systems.
So, this disease remains rejected consciously and psychologically in the Arab and Islamic world. Yet, there is no one who was firmly opposed to such policies – which spread promiscuity - equalizes AIDS through blood transfusion to homosexuality or sex outside of marriage., Open Dialogue, Monday 8th Dec, 2003.

Breaking the silence: Frightening equationThe UN believes that the patient's silence about his illness is a major cause of the spread of the disease. Therefore, it focuses their policies on the need to break the silence, i.e. the patient talks about his illness. It attributes the cause of silence to traditions, values and cultures. Therefore, the equation which the UN adapts is "Breaking the silence."
Furthermore, the UN holds workshops and training courses in many countries - especially Southern countries - targeting the youth. These courses are held under titles including: increase HIV/AIDS awareness among young people.

For example: The UN Population Fund in Lebanon launched a school campaign addressing 1000 student (boys and girls aged 12-17 years old) within the framework of the activities of the project, "Break the Silence about Sexual Health Issues for Young People… Let's talk", and focus on matters at puberty and the physiological and psychological changes, and how to prevent sexually transmitted diseases, including (AIDS), and it was done by the National Program against AIDS. On assessing the reactions of adolescents to the course, the information they acquired and their change of behavior, the outcome was satisfactory for those who were responsible for the workshop.

Recruitment of religious discourse The UN adopts a policy concerning the use of religious leaders for reasons, such as:
To give the green light to all institutions in society to talk about such matters that must be discussed according to specific frameworks in conservative societies. In this regard, we mention a statement issued by Mr. Walid Badawi, Senior Policy Adviser, Regional Bureau for Arab States, UN Development Program issued in a press release, "In September 2002, we held a workshop in Sanaa, with the aim of obtaining the support of Arab governments in the strategy of combating AIDS. Indeed, we came to a unified vision of the need to break the silence, and involve other groups in society. Yet, the people of art and media, NGOs and representatives of UNDP have shown their fear of the reactions of religious leaders during the various meetings that we held. They asserted the urgent need for a green light from Muslim and Christian religious leaders as they make up a major force that authorizes anyone to move to break the silence, so we decided in the light of the strategy to defer this important sector of society until the end, after we have paved the way and shape the foundations with the other groups in society."
An interview in Al Ahram newspaper, issue Jan 7, 2004

"There are ABC (Abstain, Be faithful, correct and consistent use of Condoms where appropriate) strategies to prevent the sexual transmission of HIV.
First: Abstain
In the language of the UN, it means:
Self masturbation.
Mutual masturbation.
Safe sex
Oral sex without ejaculation.
See (Nursing care for AIDS patients) – Egypt – 1997, page 18.

Second: Be faithful"Partner" in the charters of the UN's means any kind of co-habitation between two people: a man and a woman (even without a legitimate union), or sex between two gays or two lesbians.

Third: Using condomsIn the charter of the Population Conference in Cairo 1994, it was mentioned under the item of AIDS treatment, "Promotion and the reliable supply and distribution of high-quality condoms should become integral components of all reproductive health-care services. All relevant international organizations, especially the World Health Organization, should significantly increase their procurement. Governments and the international community should provide all means to reduce the spread and rate of transmission of HIV/AIDS infection. Condoms and drugs for the prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases should be made widely available and affordable and should be included in all essential drug lists.
The UN – The Declaration and the Beijing Platform for Action with the Political Declaration and the Final Document of the Beijing Conference after five years - New York - Department of Public Information of the UN - in 2002.

The UN institutions and organizations interested in health affairs hurried to call for the distribution of condoms to schoolchildren, university students and soldiers in the army and prisons. They did not try to call people to adhere to values and morality, or to call for early marriage in order to control the flaming erotic desire of the youth and rationalizing it.
There is not what we might call ‘safe sex’ as condoms are not secure in the sense referred to. Using condoms does not prevent AIDS or most sexually transmitted diseases. Furthermore, international agencies classified condoms as medium-risk sexual activities. It is not classified as low-risk sexual activity.
Unfortunately, the overall policies of the UN and its documentation are in the direction of the fight against early marriage and violence against children, while encouraging teenage sex through sex education programs.
For more details, see: nursing care for patients infected with HIV/AIDS – UNICEF.

Do condoms prevent AIDS?

It is well-known that we cannot rely upon the claim that using condoms prevent the transmission of AIDS or other sexual transmitted diseases. Using condoms reduces the rate of transmission of these diseases to some extent, but it does not necessarily prevent HIV infection, since the microscopic pores in condoms allow the virus to pass through, as it is bigger than the virus. Therefore, the person becomes a target for HIV infection, especially in the presence of ulcers on the genitals. In addition, the condom would tear during sexual intercourse leading to infection. After sexual intercourse, the condom expands and allows liquid, carrying the virus, to leak from it.

Many studies have proved that using condoms does not absolutely prevent the transmission of HIV, and the findings of these studies were established by the AIDS News Service and issued by the AIDS Information Center in the United States.

The policies adopted for distributing condoms in Africa and other developing countries suggest that using condoms is completely safe. Therefore, it uses the name of condom, to give it a protective characteristic, whereas the fact is that one out of every ten using condoms - in the case of correct use – is infected. There are also a large proportion of fatal diseases.

For this reason experts resist the policy of propagating the use of condoms as a preventive method against AIDS, saying, "What would you do if you play the sport of jumping in the air and it was said to you that the parachute works at the rate of 90%, would you still play this sport?"

Condom use leads to contraception, but it does not protect from AIDS, the average size of the pores of the condom is 5 microns, and the HIV virus that causes AIDS is 0.1 microns.

Therefore, we believe that propagating the use of condoms is not effective in preventing AIDS, as it does not protect against the disease. In fact, the executive director of the UN Population Fund spoke about the use of condoms in 2003, saying, "Linking HIV/AIDS with sexual and reproductive health care is the overarching strategy for reaching more people cost-effectively and moving towards the goal of universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support by 2010."

We wonder about delaying of the age of practice, as policies run in the opposite direction. Under the cover of personal freedom and human rights, successive conferences continue to devote items to take down the process of sexual education to the years before the first practice. That has brought about a reduction in the age of practice, because of experimentation that results from education. Still, the policies of the UN aim at distributing the largest possible amounts of condoms, which may cause contraception - Of those items: "Putting specific programs for men of all ages, and teenagers. They aim at providing complete and accurate information on safe sexual and reproductive behavior.

That includes the voluntary use of medical means and active means to have protection against HIV and other sexually-transmitted diseases. All of these come through many ways such as abstaining and using condoms (item 108/ g - Beijing). Now there is an urgent need to prevent unwanted pregnancies, and the rapid spread of AIDS, other sexually-transmitted diseases, and the prevalence of sexual abuse and violence. Therefore, governments should establish their national policies on the basis of increased understanding of the need for a responsible sexual life and the reality of current sexual behavior. (item 7-37 - a document of the population conference.)

Condom use leads to contraception, but it does not protect from AIDS, the average size of the pores of the condom is 5 microns, and the HIV virus that causes AIDS is 0.1 microns.

Of those items: "Putting specific programs for men of all ages, and teenagers. They aim at providing complete and accurate information on safe sexual and reproductive behavior. That includes the voluntary use of medical means and active means to have protection against HIV and other sexually-transmitted diseases. All of these come through many ways such as abstaining and using condoms (item 108/ g - Beijing). Now there is an urgent need to prevent unwanted pregnancies, and the rapid spread of AIDS, other sexually-transmitted diseases, and the prevalence of sexual abuse and violence. Therefore, governments should establish their national policies on the basis of increased understanding of the need for a responsible sexual life and the reality of current sexual behavior. (item 7-37 - a document of the population conference.)
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