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Friday, June 10, 2011

muslims "Taken" with sex-slavery

For those of you who like Liam Neeson, his movie "Taken" is the story of a divorced former CIA operative who quit to be near his teenage daughter, living now with her mother and wealthy step-father. The daughter talks her parents into letting her go to Europe with another teenage girl, and she is kidnapped by a Bosnian sex-slavery ring. Well-done film, with almost non-stop action. Perhaps a little bit unrealistic in the abilities of the father, but from my reading it is quite realistic in its portrayal of the current and continuing market for young women to be used as drugged, unwilling prostitutes and sex slaves in Europe, especially the muslim sections.

In a post I read today by Daniel Greenfield at his Sultan Knish blog, he spoke of a British man who faces a possible two-year prison term for stuffing pieces of ham into the shoes of muslims who were inside a mosque in Bristol, England. He then spent some time relating the seriousness of that offense against what muslims have been doing to non-muslims in the way of suicide bombers, butchers of Israeli infants and children, etc. Putting it in perspective, if you will, even if it is the religious equivalent of painting a picture of someone urinating on Jesus. (Maybe NEA can give him a grant for performance art? He's a real "ham", isn't he?)

He then related some information about a muslim woman (photo above) piously attempting to see that the men and boys of her faith were assisted in keeping true to the precepts of orthodox Islam. (Remember that we went to war to save Kuwait from Hussein's - the other Hussein - desire to annex them.) He said:

In Kuwait, a woman is taking Mohammed's role modeling seriously, by proposing to bring back sex slavery in a standardized way. The good woman proposed that Muslim countries attack Christian ones, and then seize some fifteen year old girls and sell them as sex slaves. In the name of morality of course. And over in Malaysia, the local police take that sort of thing seriously, rounding up suspected prostitutes, chaining them up and using brands on their faces and chests. But at least no one put ham in their shoes. Not that it would matter, Islam considers women sold into sexual slavery to be literally subhuman.

Here is an article about this selfless muslim woman, who merely wants to improve the lives of the men of Islam:

Muslim Woman Seeks to Revitalize the Institution of Sex-Slavery

Posted By Raymond Ibrahim On June 6, 2011 @ 2:21 pm In Muslim Persecution of Christians | 38


Last week witnessed popular Muslim preacher Abu Ishaq al-Huwaini boast about how Islam allows

Muslims to buy and sell conquered infidel women, so that “When I want a sex-slave, I go to the

market and pick whichever female I desire and buy her.”

This week’s depraved anachronism comes from a Muslim woman—political activist and former

parliamentary candidate for Kuwait’s government, Salwa al-Mutairi: She, too, seeks to “revitalize

the institution of sex-slavery.”

A brief English summary appeared in the Kuwait Times (nothing, of course, in the MSM):

Muslim men who fear being seduced or tempted into immoral behavior by the beauty

of their female servants, or even of those servants “casting spells” on them, would be

better to purchase women from an “enslaved maid” agency for sexual purposes. She

[Mutairi] suggested that special offices could be set up to provide concubines in the

same way as domestic staff recruitment agencies currently provide housemaids. “We

want our youth to be protected from adultery,” said al-Mutairi, suggesting that these

maids could be brought as prisoners of war in war-stricken nations like Chechnya to be

sold on later to devout merchants.

The Arabic news website, Al Arabiya, has the sordid details, including a video of Mutairi addressing

the topic of sex-slavery. I summarize and translate various excerpts below (note: I am not making

any of this up).

The Kuwaiti activist begins by insisting that “it’s of course true” that “the prophet of Islam

legitimized sex-slavery.” She recounts how when she was in Mecca, Islam’s holiest city, she asked

various sheikhs and muftis (learned, authoritative Muslims) about the legality of sex-slavery

according to Sharia: they all confirmed it to be perfectly legal; Kuwaiti ulema further pointed out

that extra “virile” men—Western synonymous include “lecherous,” “perverted,” “lust-driven”—

would do well to purchase sex-slaves to sate their appetites without sinning.

Here’s a particularly interesting excerpt from her taped speech on the rules governing sex-slaves:

A Muslim state must [first] attack a Christian state—sorry, I mean any non-Muslim

state—and they [the women, the future sex-slaves] must be captives of the raid [i.e.,

jihad]. Is this forbidden? Not at all; according to Islam, sex slaves are not at all

forbidden. Quite the contrary, the rules regulating sex-slaves differ from those for free

women [i.e., Muslim women]: the latter’s body must be covered entirely, except for

her face and hands, whereas the sex-slave is kept naked from the bellybutton on up—

she is different from the free woman; the free woman has to be married properly to

her husband, but the sex-slave—he just buys her and that’s that. So the sex-slave is

different from the free woman.

She went on to offer concrete suggestions: “For example, in the Chechnyan war, of course there

are female Russian captives. So go and buy those and sell them here in Kuwait; better that than

for the men to engage in forbidden sexual relations. I don’t see any problem in this, no problem at


Mutairi suggests sex-slaves be at least 15 years-old.

She further justified the institution of sex-slavery by evoking 8th century caliph, Harun Rashid—a

name some may recall from bedtime stories out of the Thousand and One Nights; a name some

may be surprised to discover politically active Muslims modeling their lives after:

“And the greatest example we have is Harun al-Rashid: when he died, he had 2,000 sex slaves—so

it’s okay, nothing wrong with it.”

Her rationale is apparently guided by a sense of efficiency, a desire for the good of society:

legalizing sex-slaves ultimately helps prevent Muslim men from sinning with Muslim women, and

thus transgressing Allah’s laws; sex-slaves provide a convenient, Sharia-compliant way of satiating

their libidinous urges.

This approach has universal precedents. For example, in the West, some seek to legalize

marijuana, arguing that many will use it anyway, and shouldn’t be punished for it by the law. In the

Muslim world, we have those who seek to legalize sex-slavery, arguing that many men can’t get

enough women, and shouldn’t be punished for it by Allah.

Such are the “nuanced” differences between the Western mindset (based on reason and universal

rights) and the Sharia mindset (based on the commands of a 7th century Arabian warlord).

Mutairi concluded by piously supplicating Allah: “Oh I truly wish this for Kuwait, Allah willing—Oh

Lord, Lord, you are bountiful.”

While she waits, Mutairi can take solace in the fact that, if sex-slavery is not institutionalized in

Kuwait, it thrives in the black markets of the Muslim world, where non-Muslim girls, especially

Christians, are routinely abducted, enslaved, and forced into lives of unspeakable degradation.

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