Muslim Woman Seeks to Revive Institution of Sex-Slavery

June 7, 2011

Last week witnessed popular Muslim preacher Abu Ishaq al-Huwaini boast about how Islam allows Muslims to buy and sell conquered infidel women, so that “When I want a sex-slave, I go to the market and pick whichever female I desire and buy her.”
This week’s depraved anachronism comes from a Muslim woman—Salwa al-Mutairi, a political activist and former parliamentary candidate for Kuwait’s government, no less: She, too, seeks to “revive the institution of sex-slavery.”
A brief English report appeared over the weekend in the Kuwait Times (nothing, of course, in the MSM):

Mutairi: “In the Chechnyan war, surely there are female Russian captives. So go and buy those and sell them here in Kuwait; better that than have our men engage in forbidden sexual relations.”

Muslim men who fear being seduced or tempted into immoral behavior by the beauty of their female servants, or even of those servants “casting spells” on them, would be better to purchase women from an “enslaved maid” agency for sexual purposes. She [Mutairi] suggested that special offices could be set up to provide concubines in the same way as domestic staff recruitment agencies currently provide housemaids. “We want our youth to be protected from adultery,” said al-Mutairi, suggesting that these maids could be brought as prisoners of war in war-stricken nations like Chechnya to be sold on later to devout merchants.

The Arabic news website, Al Arabiya, has the sordid details, including a video of Mutairi addressing this topic. I summarize and translate various excerpts below (note: I am not making any of this up):
The Kuwaiti female activist begins by insisting that “it’s of course true” that “the prophet of Islam legitimized sex-slavery.” She recounts how when she was in Mecca, Islam’s holiest city, she asked various sheikhs and muftis (learned, authoritative Muslims) about the legality of sex-slavery according to Sharia: they all confirmed it to be perfectly legal; Kuwaiti ulema further pointed out that extra “virile” men—Western synonymous include “sex-crazed,” “lecherous,” “perverted”—would do well to purchase sex-slaves to sate their appetites without sinning.
Here’s a particularly interesting excerpt from her taped speech on the rules governing sex-slaves:

A Muslim state must [first] attack a Christian state—sorry, I mean any non-Muslim state—and they [the women, the future sex-slaves] must be captives of the raid. Is this forbidden? Not at all; according to Islam, sex slaves are not at all forbidden. Quite the contrary, the rules regulating sex-slaves differ from those for free women [i.e., Muslim women]: the latter’s body must be covered entirely, except for her face and hands, whereas the sex-slave is kept naked from the bellybutton on up—she is different from the free woman; the free woman has to be married properly to her husband, but the sex-slave—he just buys her and that’s that.

She went on to offer concrete suggestions: “For example, in the Chechnyan war, surely there are female Russian captives. So go and buy those and sell them here in Kuwait; better that than have our men engage in forbidden sexual relations. I don’t see any problem in this, no problem at all.”
Mutairi suggests the enslaved girls be at least 15 years-old.
She further justified the institution of sex-slavery by evoking 8th century caliph, Harun Rashid—a name some may recall from Arabian Nights bedtime stories; a name some may be surprised to discover politically active Muslims modeling their lives after:
“And the greatest example we have is Harun al-Rashid: when he died, he had 2,000 sex slaves—so it’s okay, nothing wrong with it.”

Harun Rashid: Inspiration for Disney characters in the West, pious role model in the Middle East.

Mutairi’s rationale is ultimately guided by a sense of efficiency, a desire for the good of society: legalizing sex-slaves helps prevent Muslim men from transgressing Allah’s laws (as we have seen, extramarital relations with fellow Muslim women is strictly forbidden, but not with infidel sex-slaves, since they are scarcely considered human). Thus, the institution of sex-slavery provides a convenient, Sharia-compliant way of satiating the libidinous urges of Muslim men.
The Kuwaiti activist’s blunt approach has universal parallels. For example, in the West, some seek to legalize marijuana, arguing that, since people use it anyway, let it be made compliant with the law. In the Muslim world, some seek to legalize sex-slavery, arguing that, since Muslim men will use women anyway, let it be made compliant with Sharia law.
Such are the inevitable differences between the Western mindset (based on reason and universal rights) and the Sharia mindset (based on the life of a 7th century Arabian caravan-raider and slave-trader).
Mutairi concluded by piously supplicating Allah: “Oh I truly wish this for Kuwait, Allah willing—Oh Lord, Lord, you are bountiful…”
While she waits, Mutairi can take solace in the fact that, if sex-slavery is not institutionalized in Kuwait, it thrives underground throughout the Muslim world, where non-Muslim girls—mostly Christians—are routinely abducted, enslaved, and forced into lives of unspeakable degradation.
After all, just because a practice is not formally institutionalized does not mean that those who deem it their divine right are not practicing it.

Raymond Ibrahim is associate director of the Middle East Forum
June 6, 2011

Ayesha developed a serious illness after Mohammed married her.  “I caught fever.  My hair fell off, and I became clean-headed.”  Author’s note:  Perhaps this illness is why Ayesha never had children by Mohammed. Perhaps the disease Mohammed gave Ayesha made her sterile.
Chapter 8, Verse 41 of the Koran  “of all the loot you seize from non-Moslems, 20% belongs to Mohammed.”  (Loot included sex slaves. Also, in correct chronological order, this is actually the 95th chapter.) 
Chapter 33, Verse 50 of The Koran:   “we have made it legal … for you to take as wives … those women whom your right hand possesses … whom Allah has given you as booty.”  (The terrible words: “women whom your right hand possesses,” are Moslem code words for kidnapped female sex slaves. Also, in correct chronological order, this is actually the 100th chapter.)
Women whom your right hand possesses…
…the sale is one of the most salient expressions of the women’s status as sex slaves. There are a number of methods…At least 16% of the women were auctioned off…”

Excerpt of the testimony of a sex trafficker in Israeli court: “She’s made to stand naked in the middle of the room …(potential buyers) touch her breasts, her ass, in order to see if she has anything to grab.  They check her tongue, her teeth, to see if she is healthy.  They touch her private parts. (Note: The parenthetical remark and underlined emphasis were added by historian Dane Dahl to clarify the text.) 


A Moslem checking a sex slave’s mouth and teeth


SWEDEN: Politician found NOT GUILTY of offending Muslims for naked Muhammad poster

March 13, 2011

The poster included the words: “He is 53 and she is nine. Is this the kind of wedding we want to see in Sweden?”

Civil Liberty –A Swedish politician has been found not guilty of agitation against an ethnic group (Muslims) by a jury in Malmo in southern Sweden after he produced a poster depicting a naked Muhammad with his nine-year-old wife, Aisha.
Carl P Herslow, the leader of a small populist regional party in the Scania province, admitted producing the poster but said the aim of the poster was to encourage debate about Islam’s compatibility with democracy and equality, rather than insult Muslims.

After deliberating for less than an hour, the Malmo jury, which are only used in Sweden for freedom of speech cases, told the court that the courageous politician was not guilty of agitation against Muslims.
About 30% of Malmo’s inhabitants are of foreign origin, predominantly Muslim, and even without counting second generation immigrants, this puts Malmo as the Swedish city with the most immigrants per capita.

Law in Austria: Guilty for Questioning Islam

March 9, 2011

The European “elite” has increasingly asserted that any questioning of Islam is criminal.
A few weeks ago Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was fined 480 Euros for the “denigration of religious teachings of a legally recognized religion in Austria.” In a three-part seminar Mrs. Sabaditsch-Wolff had referred to Islam’s prophet Mohammed’s marriage to Aisha. According to generally-accepted Islamic textual tradition, Aisha was six at the time of the marriage, which was consummated when she was nine. Mrs. Sabaditsch-Wolff asked rhetorically “if this does not constitute pedophilia, what does?”
Defending the doctrines, beliefs, and figures of various “legally recognized” religions is liable to have unanticipated consequences. As Mrs. Sabaditsch-Wolff observes, “the judge didn’t deny that Mohammed had sex with a nine year old. It is actually now proven in court that Mohammed had sex with a nine year-old.” However, she says, “it’s just that I am not allowed to say that he was a pedophile.” Mrs. Sabaditsch-Wolff is not allowed to, because, in the words of the judge, as she passed sentence, “pedophilia is a sexual preference which solely or mainly is directed towards children. Nevertheless, it does not apply to Mohammad. He was still married to Aisha when she was 18.”
The fine – representing a sentence of 120 days – is deceptively low. It was reduced to the minimum allowed to take into account that Mrs. Sabaditsch-Wolff has no income. It is usually waived for first time offenders, however, the presiding judge claimed Mrs. Sabaditsch-Wolff was a “repeat offender” because she had, in her judgment, referred to Mohammed being a pedophile more than once.
Mrs. Sabaditsch-Wolff says she is stunned by the verdict, and determined to take the case to the European Court of Human Rights if necessary. “I was actually asking a question,” she says, “and for that I was convicted.”

Iranian Gang tried to sell girls virginity to wealthy Arabs for £150,000

September 14, 2010
Gang members: Fatima Hagnegat, Mahrookh Jamali and Rasoul Gholampour, three members of a child prostitution ring who face jail after they attempted to sell the virginity of young girls to wealthy Arab businessmen for up to £150,000

Gang: Fatima Hagnegat and Mahrookh Jamali face jail after they attempted to sell the virginity of young girls to wealthy Arab businessmen for up to £150,000

It read: ‘I have 12 girls ready from the age 14-20 years, who are living all over the UK, I have spent money on the preparation of this event such as a rented house for the girls and also all expenses needed.’

Worried staff immediately alerted police who traced the car and telephone number given in the letter to an address in Wigan where Fatima Hagnegat, 24, lived with her husband, Rassoul Gholampour.

Inquires revealed that another similar letter had been delivered to the hotel on an earlier date.

Detectives then exchanged messages with the gang under the guise of potential clients. One undercover officer, known as ‘Cameron’, telephoned the mobile number provided in the letter to ask about hiring girls on behalf of a client.

Gang members: Fatima Hagnegat, Mahrookh Jamali and Rasoul Gholampour, three members of a child prostitution ring who face jail after they attempted to sell the virginity of young girls to wealthy Arab businessmen for up to £150,000

Rasoul Gholampour was part of the gang

He spoke to Hagnegat’s aunt, Marohkh Jamali, 41, who told him that she could arrange a party for four to five people that night if required. She stated that she could provide girls from Iran, England and Eastern Europe aged 14 and 20.

The officer arranged to meet Jamali who told him some of her girls were virgins and could be ‘broken’ by his client. She emailed him photographs of a number of girls and said she would bring up to five girls to London, including two 13-year-olds, and would expect £50,000 to £150,000 for each.

The next day Jamali went to a different London hotel, in Bayswater, accompanied by Hagnegat and six girls, two of whom were aged 14 and 17.

The other four were 18 or older. Off icers swooped and arrested Jamali and Hagnegat.

The six victims, who had all been brought to London from the North-West of England and cannot be identified for legal reasons, were taken to a victims’ centre.

They later described how they had travelled from Wigan with the defendants on the understanding that they would be able to earn some money ‘dancing’ for a party of rich men.

It was only later, on their arrival in London, that they were told they may be asked to have sex with the men.

The gang members, all jobless and Iranian, pleaded guilty to trafficking and prostitution offences at Harrow Crown Court yesterday.

Doing what Mohammad did. Aisha was broken too. This isn’t a religion… this is hate.