BY NICOLAI SENNELS
Taboo: Almost half of Muslims are inbred. How does that affect intelligence and health? And is there a connection to terrorism and violence?
Lise Egholm, longtime school leader in the Muslim-dominated area of Nørrebro in Copenhagen, Denmark, recently warned against not talking about the widespread practise of inbreeding among Muslims: “A study shows that infant mortality doubles, along with a high risk of congenital malformations, also that increased birth defect rates and inheritance of recessive traits are more common in consanguineous marriages. I think it’s time to express concern. We must talk about this problem. All parents want healthy children. Fortunately, we live in a society where our health system does much to ensure that a pregnancy ends with a viable child. What amazes me and has made me wonder for years is why we do not talk about, maybe they even ban, the many cousin marriages?”
While health systems in otherwise less-developed countries in the Muslim world are openly discussing and warning against consanguineous marriages, it is considered politically incorrect in the West to regard as a problem the vast genetic and societal difficulties resulting from this religious-cultural practise.
Statistical research on Arabic countries shows that up to 34 percent of all marriages in Algiers are consanguineous (cousin marriages), 46 percent in Bahrain, 33 percent in Egypt, 80 percent in Nubia (southern area in Egypt), 60 percent in Iraq, 64 percent in Jordan, 64 percent in Kuwait, 42 percent in Lebanon, 48 percent in Libya, 47 percent in Mauritania, 54 percent in Qatar, 67 percent in Saudi Arabia, 63 percent in Sudan, 40 percent in Syria, 39 percent in Tunisia, 54 percent in the United Arab Emirates and 45 percent in Yemen (Reproductive Health Journal, 2009 Consanguinity and reproductive health among Arabs). In Pakistan, 70 percent of marriages are consanguineous, and in Turkey, the percentage is 25-30. There seems to be no national data on Indonesia, but there are reports on 17 percent consanguinity on East Timor and a “high level of consanguineous marriages in some areas of Java.”
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In other news:
Clashes continue outside Al-Aqsa Mosque after Israel put up metal detectors and barriers around it.
Allah could kill all Jews, but Allah wants Palestinians to carry out Ribat (religious conflict)
Sheikh Khaled Al-Mughrabi, teaches Islam twice a week in the Al-Aqsa Mosque:
“Allah can annihilate all the Jews down to the last one, throughout the world. But what does Allah want? He wants us to fulfill His command. If we ask ourselves: ‘How can I fulfill Allah’s command?’ The most important thing I can do to fulfill Allah’s command when I am in the Al-Aqsa Mosque is Ribat (i.e., religious conflict/war over land claimed to be Islamic) in the Al-Aqsa Mosque…
The Prophet [Muhammad] says about the Martyr: ‘His sins are forgiven with the first gush of blood.’
Some privileges are bestowed upon the Martyr. The first: ‘His sins are forgiven with the first gush of blood.’
The Martyr’s second privilege: ‘He marries two of the Dark-Eyed (i.e., virgins) of Paradise.’
His third privilege: ‘He advocates on behalf of 70 members of his family.’ […]
Let’s compare the privileges that are bestowed upon the Ribat fighter to the privileges of the Martyr: ‘The Ribat fighter marries 70 of the Dark-Eyed (i.e., virgins).’
The Martyr gets two of the Dark-Eyed, while the Ribat fighter gets 70. 35 times more than the Martyr. ‘He marries 70 of the Dark-Eyed, and can advocate on Judgement Day on behalf of anyone he wants.’”
[Al-Msjed Al-Aqsa YouTube channel, Oct. 27, 2015]