Afghan Pedophilia: A way of life, say U.S. soldiers and journalists


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  • 0Apologists say that Bacha Bazi or ‘Boy Play’ is a very old cultural practice in Afghanistan and part of that nation’s mainstream.
 Citing the Afghanistan strategy review, Vice President Joe Biden reported “great progress” in the counterterrorism effort that has significantly degraded al-Qaeda and the Taliban, particularly their leadership. Lagging behind, he said, is progress on the counterinsurgency front – eliminating terrorist safe havens in Pakistan and building a stable Afghan government.
However, not once did Biden – nor Defense Secretary Leon Panetta — mention Afghanistan’s dirty secret – a large number of pedophiles and pederasts among the Afghan male population.
Pedophilia is a widely-accepted practice in southern Afghanistan, where “boys are given to older men for the sexual gratification of the elder and the sexual education of the child,” say many returning U.S. troops. 

Young boys are the prey of Afghan men on both sides of the war.

Young boys are the prey of Afghan men on both sides of the war.

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In addition, there is always a hesitation to discuss man-on-boy sexual relationship for fear of mentioning the obvious: such a relationship is homosexual in nature.

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4 Replies to “Afghan Pedophilia: A way of life, say U.S. soldiers and journalists”

  1. Very interesting article. Children can be abused in so many ways and cultural relativism seems a poor justification to not speak out, even at the risk of being labeled this or that.

    Many say they care about the Convention of the Rights of the Child, but look the other way. Afghanistan ratified it in 1994, but has declared:

    “The Government of the Republic of Afghanistan reserves the right to express, upon ratifying the Convention, reservations on all provisions of the Convention that are incompatible with the laws of Islamic Shari’a and the local legislation in effect.”

    This explains the disconnect between the treaty principles and apparent violations of the duties undertaken, and it helps define why values of individual human rights must be promoted and protected.

  2. That might be ok in their part of the world but we are building a rod for our backs and the potential abuse of our own sons by the mass importation of Afghan refugees in Australia and elsewhere.

  3. Sounds like they need some of their own medicine…Islamic Justice. Will it be stoning, beheading, torture and genital mutilation, or the wrapping of det cord around their chests and bodies!

  4. Sooooo!!!!!
    If I understand well,
    when your are an older muslim man doing it with a young boy, it’s all ok.
    But if two young man do it together, then they deserve to be put to death.
    Geeeee! It’s easy to choose.

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