Author: Malik Badri
The modern sexual revolution is, according to the author, a progency of Western modernity, and AIDS is a natural consequence of the rampant promiscuity propagated by this revolution. Even if a cure of vaccine for AIDS is discovered, another outbreak of germs with new gene mutations cannot be avoided if the sexual revolution and modernity’s attitude towards drugs are not radically changed.
It is hoped that the main contribution ogf this book will be the delineation of the Islamic AIDS prevention strategy-an explaination of its nature, implementation methods, the ethical, social and political problems this may raise, and suggestions on how to cope with them. The author also hopes that choosing the Islamic rather than the Western AIDS prevention model in Muslim societies will pave the way for the use of Islamic problem-solving strategics in other areas as well.