Afghan refugee convicted of rape of three year old, claims its his cultural right

Of course the Afghan is correct. It would have been career suicide for Laura to go into that particular angle, but it would have been the right one to go down. He is right. It is their culture. But only of infidels. If he had done that to a Muslim girl, it would have gone badly for him. It should not escape notice that he was an employee of the US in the longest war in Afghanistan.

Sexually enslaving young boys though, that seems to be OK.

This seems like a good place to repost this stunning VICE report on how it is for little boys over there.

 

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9 Replies to “Afghan refugee convicted of rape of three year old, claims its his cultural right”

  1. I’ve been reading about the Catholic Church during the Renaissance over the last few days and there I found out that while the Bible, Saint Paul, Aquinas and numerous other authorities condemed both fornication and sodomy, a close reading revealed that NOWHERE was sex with boys listed as a sin, either venial or mortal.
    You can imagine what that oversight has brought to countless Altarboys throughout the Centuries.
    Aparently Marcel D’Estaing, the Bishop of Toulon, neglected to exploit that loophole and indulged in sex with adult males.
    It was said at that time that he was more familiar with the sight of his toes that with the inside of his church.
    He was sown into a sack and thrown into the Tiber by the Inquisition.

    It seems to me that all of these “Religions” that came out of the middle East have a penchant for young boys.

    • “It seems to me that all of these “Religions” that came out of the middle East have a penchant for young boys.”

      Monotheism, is the submission of the soul to a Higher Soul.

      Now, instead of going into the wilderness to face their chains and set themselves free, they seek out a ladder of the unworthy, to climb up to be at the right hand of God.

      The hierarchical priesthoods: Dai Lama, Chief Rabbi, Pope, Chief Iman, Royal Defender and more.

      Crushed souls, crush souls for a sense of life, just as the bullied become bullies.

      The pederast, like the drug addict, is addicted to pain in their rebellion to this Lie that told them they were not gods.

      Well, here’s their proof: they created death.

      Destruction their manna from heaven. For a fleeting moment, they became Lord of what is around them. This connection to the Present, no matter how artificially produced, lighted the baggage of their fixed History and Future. Fighting the other pushers of Gods to secure their territory.

      Every child imprinted by memorization and rote, is utterly defenceless. God keeps mouths sealed. Because it’s their own fault.

      Raped by two bastards: Good and Evil. Heads and Tails. They win.

      Weak before the strong and strong before the weak.

      Dhimmis reawakening. They know their place and they know the kufar’s place.

      Born Again in the judgement of others.

      Temptation made a home. Walls to hide behind.

      • For people with no soul: words are blasphemous.

        G_d is spirit. No name-sound. The wordless word of conscience. Knowing without knowing.

        Words guide the blind. They call them Love and Hate Thoughts. Because that is the shallowness of their minds’ functioning.

        The spirit in a child must be protected.

  2. This is disturbing… very disturbing. I don’t know how that military officer could interview him in that way. I get that he’s up against a whole culture… It’s just hard to work with anybody knowing that they’re doing this practice against innocent kids.

  3. Child marriage (=selling preteen girls into slavery) is a scourge throughout the muslim world, especially prevalent in Yemen. It’s easy to find interviews with clerics who defend this practice (oc Muhammad himself indulged in “thighing” a 9yo girl).

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_marriage#Religious_norms_and_laws
    There is no minimum marriage age defined in traditional Islamic law, and the legal discussion of this topic centered primarily on women’s physical maturity. Classical Sunni jurisprudence allows a father to contract a marriage for his underaged daughter. Appropriate age for consummating the marriage, which could occur several years after signing the marriage contract, was to be determined by the bride, groom and the bride’s guardian, since medieval jurists held that the age of fitness for intercourse was too variable for legislation.[62] This was based in part on the precedent set by the Islamic prophet Muhammad, as described in the hadith collections considered to be authentic by Muslims. According to these sources, Muhammad married Aisha, his third wife, when she was about six,[b] and consummated the marriage when she was about nine.[c][d] Some modern Muslim authors and Islamic scholars, such as Ali Gomaa, who served as the Grand Mufti of Egypt, doubt the traditionally accepted narrative and believe based on other evidence that Aisha was in her late teens at the time of her marriage.[63] As a general rule, intercourse was prohibited for girls “not able to undergo it”, on the grounds of potential physical harm. Disputes regarding physical maturity between the involved parties were to be resolved by a judge, potentially after examination by a female expert witness.[62] The 1917 codification of Islamic family law in the Ottoman empire distinguished between the age of competence for marriage, which was set at 18 for boys and 17 for girls, and the minimum age for marriage, set at 12 for boys and nine for girls. Marriage below the age of competence was permissible only if proof of sexual maturity was accepted in court, while marriage under the minimum age was forbidden. During the 20th century, sharia-based legislation in most countries in the Middle East followed the Ottoman precedent in defining the age of competence, while raising the minimum age to 15 or 16 for boys and 13–16 for girls.

    As for boys, I’ve posted links on this blog before about “dancing boys” being a part of central-asian culture. They’re called Köçek in Turkey:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6%C3%A7ek

    (Turkey is not in central asia, but was colonized by turkic tribes like the seljuks).
    Trannie “dancers” (prostitutes) are a tradition in Pakistan as well. And street boy prostitutes are common in Morocco and Algeria, and I suspect many other muslim countries.

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