This book represents a concise review of Islam’s viewpoint toward sex. It explains that Islam acknowledges man’s innate urges and natural instincts. It also shows the social, phychological and legal rules which Islam has set to control the battle againts the sexual urges of those who have not the means to marry. There are practical rules which Islam has set for both sexes, which if both sexes abide by them will protect society from claws of moral dissolution and obscenity. The author calls to Muslims to be aware, cautious and alert to the plans of Islam’s enemies racing toward lusts and desires. Finally, he also responses to allegations that Islam is a religion of sexual suppresion and shame.