Saudi Offers “Castrated African Slave” for Sale on Facebook

A case forAl Sharpton:

Saudi Offers “Castrated African Slave” for Sale on Facebook

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Posted By Daniel Greenfield The Point 

Who says that the Muslim world isn’t modern? Sure they could hold old-fashioned auctions for African slaves. But instead they’re leveraging the power of social media for their slave auctions.

Peace be upon you …

I have a [male] slave I bought from an African country and arranged for his visa and stay till I got him to Saudi [Arabia]

His description:

1 – Black skin. Tall 172 sm. Weight 60 kilos.
2 – Castrated (excellent for working with a family) you can check him with a doctor our yourself if you have experience in the matter.
3 – [His] health is quite undamaged and has no imperfections.
4 – Age 26 years.
5 – Religion muslim and [he is] obedient and will not disobey you except in what displeases God. Please, the matter is very serious and is not a joke.

No it’s not a joke. Saudi Arabia had an estimated 300,000 slaves in 1960. Slavery was then officially abolished, but unofficially continues to exist.

Saudis who travel outside their country sometimes bring their slaves with them, leading to run-ins with the law. One of the ugliest such incidents was the murder of a slave by a Saudi prince in London.

The court had heard that the murder of Abdulaziz was the final act in a “deeply abusive” master-servant relationship in which the prince carried out frequent attacks on his aide “for his own personal gratification”.

Jurors were told that by the early hours of 15 February, Abdulaziz was so worn down and injured – having suffered a “cauliflower” ear and swollen eye from previous assaults – that he let Saud kill him without a fight.

Saud tried to cover up the true nature of his relationship with his servant, claiming they were “friends and equals”, but a porter at the Marylebone hotel where they had stayed said Abdulaziz was treated “like a slave”.

If progressives really cared about racism and sexism, they would take a hard look at the Muslim world. But of course, they don’t.

Qatar’s fuggly game:

Where’s Mona?
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Muslim women need male guardians, to interfere with Islamic rules is to impose Western moral views on other peoples:

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9 thoughts on “Saudi Offers “Castrated African Slave” for Sale on Facebook”

  1. Our problem is with all religion, no distinction. The scourge of the planet is faith. People blindly believing in something which cannot be proven. Your religion is as bad as christianity or any other faith. Go away you don’t belong in humanity with such backward childish intellect. Please evolve or go away.

  2. Your belief is the same as believing in fairies at the bottom of the garden, or Santa Clause in the sky.

  3. @Graham

    Apart from your belief in something which cannot be proven (i.e. – the non-existence of ‘God’) – you do a disservice to those holding the atheist/reductionist worldview by being as intolerant of dissenting viewpoints as muslims are. Many atheists are happy to recognise the good that most religions (with one very obvious exception) actually do bring about at a grass roots level.

  4. That’s fine, I agree with the good-doings of some religions but this doesn’t reduce the very real danger of faith itself. My argument is that people do not need faith to do good things and if that’s the case, then there is no requirement for religion. I am not intolerant of dissenting viewpoints; it’s fine if you want to believe in god, but I will challenge you on the grounds that you cannot prove it and I would argue, as above, you do not need religion to do your good deeds.

  5. There is no god of any creed, we have a world of different breeds of sheep all professing that ‘their’ god is the only one, running together in flocks this way and that. Science proves fact not fairly tales made up by murderous imbeciles travelling to the different levels of heaven on pure white winged donkeys, making such claims to the even further retarded subhuman fools that follow them.

  6. @Graham

    “…. if you want to believe in god but I will challenge you on the grounds that you cannot prove it….”

    And what if I want to believe in Dark Matter (which is calculated to make up to 25% of the universe) – but cannot be proven? In fact – let’s flip it around – prove to me Dark Matter exists.

    Many scientists believe it does. None of them actually know. Should we pat them on the head, disregarding their silly little beliefs? After all, what they think they know now will pale into insignificance in 5,000 years time (unless Islam totally infests the planet.)

    The crux of the matter is definition. What does ‘god’ mean? Without a clear definition of terms it just becomes a semantic game often quickly developing into a childish tit for tat . From the outset, I’m perfectly OK with you strongly disbelieving in whatever you think it is I personally believe in. So – to definitions of ‘God’ – there are many – one simply being ‘ground of being’ – a ‘substrate’ if you like in which all things occur.

    Taking that further – and delving into the quantum world – you probably are aware superstring theory posits that all phenomena , all that exists, – all matter and energy in all its forms, gravity etc etc that exist anywhere (and any when) in space-time. Theoreticians calculate that these vibrating loops of energy are unimaginably small – about 10^-15 of the size of an atomic nucleus. Of course this can never be proven – no device can peer that far down .

    http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/mbg15/superstrings/superstrings.html

    No doubt you have heard of quantum entanglement – where once entangled particles, separated by enormous distance change their spin in correspondence with each other instantaneously – i.e. faster than light speed. This is fact. So a bizarre communication happens somehow , ‘behind’ spacetime.

    So recent discoveries and theories underline the simple fact that this is an awesome , mysterious universe in which we exist.
    And that whatever definitions, interpretations and rationalisations going on in any individual’s mind are purely and solely for they themselves to enjoy – but ultimately are all just a tiny glimpse into something that cannot be comprehended.

    ‘the universe is not only stranger than we imagine – but stranger than we CAN imagine’.

    ‘…. and I would argue, as above, you do not need religion to do your good deeds….”

    Of course not. Why is that an issue though?

    “My argument is that people do not need faith to do good things and if that’s the case, then there is no requirement for religion.”

    That is not logical. People with ‘faith’ or people without ‘faith’ do good things. But people follow religions for reasons other than to do ‘good things’. In my experience, people take on spiritual practices – to become more conscious and more appreciative of their existence , not less. i.e. waking up and smelling the roses as their existence flashes by day to day. Doing ‘good things’ comes from self actualisation and a realisation of the connection between what one thinks and does and what happens to oneself.

    The problem with many people (religious/anti-religious) is arrogance – that they have far better insight into ‘reality’ and the nature of existence than anyone else. Muslims and islam take the cake in this , by absurdly distorting the simplicity of existence and closing their minds to the (infinitely) bigger picture – and projecting their internal malaise and desire for certainty onto a vengeful deity who hates non-muslims – one with a rulebook – the sharia – to be applied to everyone. Fascism at its best.

  7. @Mohammed Wazir Ahkspaidar: please forgive my divine arrogance,
    BUT:

    There is no specific “dark matter;” the term itself originated as a general descriptor of all unseen energies, like radio and micro-waves, including the wind (air molecules themselves).

    There is also no “quantum” physics; it’s all bunkum, and the universe is a much simpler place than any convoluted ‘string theory’ has posited.

    As for ‘spiritual’ practices: there are none, beyond ritual idolatries.

    All knowledge – and thinking – is painful, but it’s part of life; all life is dynamic change-caused pain, all thoughts are fears (memories of generalized past specific pains) and hopes (memories of generalized past specific reliefs from pain) and faith is just the idealized hope of no pain. What you quote is only the idealized static ideals (idols) of some sort of permanent relief, abstracted away from all its circumstantial, situational contexts.

    Islam simply focuses on the fear of pain, while Christianity focuses on the hope of no pain.

    And, exactly like their muslim brethren, liberals are also fear-focused group-might-makes-rights oriented gangster masochists: if and when they imagine a worst-case scenario, to them, it’s “inevitable,” so they feel they should be the fools to rush in to cause it first, in order to maintain the illusion of control over it/negotiate, compromise or otherwise Submit to it (like say, to and with islamic extortion) lest some other fools beat them to it! Whee!

    😉

  8. @Uncle Vladdi

    “…There is no specific “dark matter;” the term itself originated as a general descriptor of all unseen energies,…”

    Not quite right. ‘Dark matter’ is a totally distinct entity to ‘dark energy’. Dark matter is hypothesized as a solution based on the observed gravitational effects on large bodies.

    Dark energy is an hypothesis which provides the mos accurate solution s far to the observed expansion of galaxies away from each other. It is calculated to contribute between 68 to 73 percent of all the mass and energy in the universe with Dark matter making up something like 20%.

    “…There is also no “quantum” physics; it’s all bunkum, and the universe is a much simpler place than any convoluted ‘string theory’ has posited…”

    Excellent. I’m always open to new theories and welcome getting the link to your peer reviewed paper on quantum phenomena.

    “….As for ‘spiritual’ practices: there are none, beyond ritual idolatries…”

    I’m not sure how you arrive at this opinion – walking by the seaside could be a ‘spiritual’ practice. The effect being that one feels more in tune with oneself.

    “…All knowledge – and thinking – is painful, but it’s part of life; all life is dynamic change-caused pain,…”
    Aw, come on – it’s not THAT bad. Actually thinking can be quite fun. Muslims (and others) should try it sometime.

    “…all thoughts are fears…”
    what I’m doing now , in between writing this – is working on a java module. I have to think – for example to correlate program function with other modules and library calls. I have to recall and select appropriate functions . How are relatively abstract thought processes fear?

    “…What you quote is only the idealized static ideals (idols) of some sort of permanent relief, abstracted away from all its circumstantial, situational contexts….”

    Lost me there. What was it I quoted that prompted you to make that inference?

    “… liberals are also fear-focused group-might-makes-rights oriented gangster masochists: if and when they imagine a worst-case scenario, to them, it’s “inevitable,” so they feel they should be the fools to rush in to cause it first, in order to maintain the illusion of control over it/negotiate….”

    To me, liberals are cowards who either refuse to or cannot learn from the past and do not have enough common sense to evaluate probable negative outcomes in the future . Or , if they do sense it, refuse to face it for short term gain in the present. i.e. cash or kudos or position. They are often herd animals and invariably narcissistic.

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