72 Virgins and 28 Boys
It is common in Arabic poetry to glorify homosexuality, take their famous poet Abu Nuwas:
O the joy of sodomy!
So now be sodomites, you Arabs.
Turn not away from it–
therein is wondrous pleasure.
Take some coy lad with kiss-curls
twisting on his temple
and ride as he stands like some gazelle
standing to her mate.
A lad whom all can see girt with sword
and belt not like your whore who has
to go veiled.
Make for smooth-faced boys and do your
very best to mount them, for women are
the mounts of the devils
For the three of you who don’t already know, Taliban fighters are overwhelmingly Pashtun.
Also, the report is so disgusting-funny (is there a word for something that is repugnant but makes you laugh hysterically?) that I’ve been sitting here trying to come up with some snarky commentary — but, really, what more could I add? I mean,Â anally contracted gonorrhea? You can’t make thatÂ sh*t up!
The study, obtained by Fox News, found thatÂ Pashtun men commonly have sex with other men, admire other men physically, have sexual relationships with boys and shun women both socially and sexually — yet they completely reject the label of “homosexual.” The research was conducted as part of a longstanding effort to better understand Afghan culture and improve Western interaction with the local people. Continued below>>>
The X-RATED PARADISE OF ISLAM
And round about them will serve boys of perpetual freshness: if thou seest them, thou wouldst think them scattered pearls.
Sheik sez: My own experience in Islamic countries is that men who were married could not be homosexual, even though they obviously were.
Homosexuals & Pedophiles, continued:
In one instance, a group of local male interpreters hadÂ contracted gonorrhea anally but refused to believe they could have contracted it sexually — “because they were not homosexuals.”
Apparently, according to the report, Pashtun men interpret the Islamic prohibition on homosexuality to mean they cannot “love” another man — but that doesn’t mean they can’t use men for “sexual gratification.” …
The report also detailed a disturbing practice in whichÂ older “men of status” keep young boys on hand for sexual relationships. One of the country’s favorite sayings, the report said, is “women are for children, boys are for pleasure.”
Nothing says “not gay” louder thanÂ anally contracted gonorrhea.
Also, NAMBLA, like Code Pink, now supporting the Taliban asÂ freedom fighters.
Oh yeah, hey Taliban. Tom Cruise called. He wants his closet back.
Andy Dick also wants to know why you never cuddle anymore after exchanging anal gonorrhea?
Yup, no commentary from me. None whatsoever.
And from Islamization Watch, we got this:
ByÂ Warner Todd Huston
U.S. troops in Afghanistan are having a hard time understanding what is a strange Afghan cultural practice to them. The practice can be summed up in the ages old Afghan phrase, “women are for children, boys are for pleasure.”
Yes, that phrase means what you think it means. It has been well known for a long time that some parts of Afghanistan have an odd sexual practice ensconced in its culture. Men have sex for pleasure with boys often eschewing women. Sometimes these men even claim to be disgusted by the idea of sex for pleasure with a woman. Yet none of these Afghani men think of themselves as homosexual because they don’t “love” their male sex partners. They just love the sex.
This fact had become well known by Americans back in the 1980s when we were assisting the Mujahadeen to fight the Soviets. CIA operatives, social psychologists and cultural experts working with the government and Army personnel learned this strange habit long ago. But now that we are back in force in Afghanistan we are encountering this practice again and it is causing no end of confusion for U.S. forces â€” especially medical personnel.
According toÂ Fox News, American doctors are trying to teach Afghani men that they are getting sexually transmitted diseases from the anal sex they are having with each other. The docs are telling these men that they must stop the practice.
The problem is, though, that these Afghani men refuse to take the doctor’s advice because they say it is their cultural practice. In fact, they say that the Koran tells them to do this.
The Fox report includes this statement by an Afghani that surely reflects his cultural bias on the issue. The report mentions that the U.S. medical personnel was trying to tell these men that sex with women will keep them from getting these diseases. The Fox News report said, “when it was explained to him what was necessary, he reacted with disgust and asked, ‘How could one feel desire to be with a woman, who God has made unclean, when one could be with a man, who is clean? Surely this must be wrong.’”
So why do I peg this to a backwards Islamic practice? Because the problem here isn’t just a weird interpretation of Islam isolated in one small corner of the earth it is Islam itself that is the problem.
Certainly we don’t necessarily see this homosexual practice in every Islamic culture, though it does exist in larger numbers than one might think. But the root of the problem is wrapped up in what the Afghani man above said about women. “They are unclean,” he told the U.S. doctors. This idea that women are “unclean” is ubiquitous throughout the religion.
This disgusting devaluing of women doesn’t just happen in Afghanistan, though it seems to be especially virulent there. This devaluing of women is rampant throughout the Islamic world. Islam hates its women. Islam beats its women. Islam rapes its women. Islam murders its women. From every corner of the earth Islam is anti-female.
So, it is no surprise that in at least one Islamic culture even having sex with women makes Islamic men sick.
For Islam to come from the 13th century into the 21st Century it must learn to treat its women with respect.
At Jihad Watch, less than a week ago, on January 28, a YouTube video of Awadh A. Binhazim, Ph.D., was put up.
The tape shows one Awadh A. Binhazim being subject to questioning by a persistent questioner. The tape received a good deal of comment (a heinzian 57, at last count) here. Many rightly deplored what they described as Binhazim’s attempts to avoid stating what, in the end, he was forced to admit. That is, – under a questioner’s relentless refusal to give up, and that questioner’s insistence on receiving a straight answer to the question “does Islam proscribe capital punishment for those who are practicing homosexuals and do not renounce their homosexuality?,” Awadh Binhazim, Ph.D., Professor of Pathology at Meharry Medical College and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Adjunct Professor of Islam at the Divinity School, Vanderbilt University, Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies at Tennessee State University, most reluctantly and begrudgingly, finally answered: “Yes.”
But despite being put up just a few days ago, I think that tape is worth a rewind, and then replay, stopping here and there along the way to observe those few minutes of meretriciousness on display. And together we can observe, and analyze, the usefully distinct stages of Awadh Binhazim’s effort to dodge and weave as best he can. He clearly is perfectly aware of what Islam teaches. He did, after all, attend a madrasah as a child in Kenya, then was a student of Islamic studies in Saudi Arabia, and for years has been an “explicator” of Islam to the Infidels, whenever he can inveigle an invitation, or invite himself, to present – why, practically as a public service – his exposition on Islam. He has even offered to give “free courses” on Islam – in short, a solid Muslim citizen, ready to mislead here and there and everywhere, even as he conducts his Da’wa for the Unwary. Awadh Binhazim is not one of those Muslims who is a bit hazy on what Islam teaches, someone who can claim “he didn’t know.” He knows.
Remember that Awadh A. Binhazim begins by saying that there is no room in Islam for questioning. The rules are laid down. You are not to challenge them, not to ignore them, and not to ask if, morally, they make sense. You are only to ask what those rules – on What Is Commanded and What Is Prohibited – and to slavishly follow those rules. What Islam says, Awadh A. Binhazim agrees that he, and all other Muslims, have a duty to accept. That’s a useful admission, though of course he will now dodge and duck and try not to be held onto, as he attempts not to answer a simple question about Islam, capital punishment, and homosexuality.
But the questioner would have none of it.
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