It is worthwhile to check the words attributed to Jesus by the author of the Gospel of Matthew. He also had a list of sins that could bring doom on a person: Matt 15:18-20: "...those things which proceed out of the mouth come forth from the heart; and they defile the man. For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, blasphemies. These are the things which defile a man..." It is worth noting that homosexual behavior is not one of the behaviors that is mentioned in this passage. One might conclude that:
A passive acceptance of homonormativity among conservative Muslims (as among Christians) may be accompanied by vague hopes of a reversal of trends or by a pessimistic view that, morally speaking, the United States is a lost cause, that it is fast traversing the path of decadence already trod by Europe and that there is no stopping it. Regardless, those concerned with the effects of American foreign policy abroad and with political and social justice at home find little choice but to align themselves with the ,some conservative Muslims may ally themselves with conservative Americans in their moral dissent against the dissolution of sexual and social mores. Princeton University professor and influential Catholic intellectual Robert P. George is a rare and unheeded advocate of such an alliance with American Muslims.  A healthy development of principled conservative interfaith discourse at a political level might have helped temper the right’s antipathy toward recent swing of American politics in the ultra-right direction appears to have dampened any such hopes for the time being.