The best thing that has come out of this Orlando gay nightclub shooting is that is it finally, at least for a time, forcing people to look at the prevalence of homosexuality in Islam. It is almost entertaining to watch, but it is rather sad how the current “hivemind” in the West is saying that homosexuality is the “victim” in this attack when the reality is that sodomy and Islam go together like falafel and pita bread.
Yesterday, Walid did a piece discussing the ghulman, or sexual play with young boys. It is unspoken but well-known reality that pedophilia is rampant in the Muslim world, and is fruit of Islam’s rotten theology that is seldom spoken of. Some nations are more open in publicly acknowledging this reality than others, with a case in point being Afghanistan. There what they call- bacha bazi- which is the equivalent of ghulman– is a well-known and established reality. It is so prevalent that US soldiers stationed there were given orders not to intervene in stopping it, even though every night they could hear the boys screaming as they were being anally raped by their older male owners:
“At night we can hear them screaming, but we’re not allowed to do anything about it,” the Marine’s father, Gregory Buckley Sr., recalled his son telling him before he was shot to death at the base in 2012. He urged his son to tell his superiors. “My son said that his officers told him to look the other way because it’s their culture.”
Rampant sexual abuse of children has long been a problem in Afghanistan,particularly among armed commanders who dominate much of the rural landscape and can bully the population. The practice is called bacha bazi, literally “boy play,” and American soldiers and Marines have been instructed not to intervene — in some cases, not even when their Afghan allies have abused boys on military bases, according to interviews and court records.
As the article above pointed out, the Afghan police, who are our supposed “allies,” were notorious for his rape. As such Afghan terrorists noticed this and adapted themselves to this tactic, where now they are dressing up young boys in a sexually provocative way and leaving them as “honeypot traps” or using them as bargaining chips to bribe the police.
It is a sad, sick, disgusting society that is so in love with the idea of kidnapping and gay raping little boys that not only is it normal, but it can be used as a bribe or a trap:
The Taliban, who banned bacha bazi during their 1996-2001 rule, roundly denied deploying any underage boys for insider attacks.
“We have a special mujahideen brigade for such operations — all grown men with beards,” a Taliban spokesman told AFP.
The insurgents have long denied using children in combat, a claim repeatedly debunked by rights groups and the government.
Survivors of insider attacks who spoke to AFP, including Matiullah, suggest the Taliban are exploiting the institutionalisation of bacha bazi in police ranks for military gain.
Practically all of Uruzgan’s 370 local and national police checkpoints have bachas — some up to four — who are illegally recruited not just for sexual companionship but also to bear arms, multiple officials said.
Some policemen, they said, demand bachas like a perk of the job, refusing to join outposts where they are not available.
Horrifying abuse at checkpoints makes the boys, many unpaid and unregistered, hungry for revenge and easy prey for Taliban recruitment — often because there is no other escape from exploitative commanders.
Many who have tried to escape have been dragged back with trumped up charges of Taliban links, two senior provincial judges told AFP.
Boys have also spurred a deadly rivalry between policemen, with officials reporting incidents such as a public gunfight this year between two commanders in Gezab district as one of them angrily accused the other of “stealing” his bacha.
“To restore security in Uruzgan, we will first have to separate policemen from their bachas,” one of the judges said.
“But if they are told to reform their ways, a common reply is: ‘If you force me to abandon my boy lover, I will also abandon the checkpoint’. The Taliban are not blind to notice that this addiction is worse than opium.”
Bacha bazi, which the US State Department has called a “culturally sanctioned form of male rape”, peels away the masculine identity of boys in a society where the sexes are tightly segregated.
In conservative areas women are mostly invisible in public — and often unattainable due to steep bride prices. Bachas supplant the role of women, adopting a feminine gait and sometimes wearing makeup and bells on their feet.
Many in Uruzgan see bacha bazi neither as paedophilia nor homosexuality, which is forbidden in Islam. If social norms had a pecking order, violating boys would be seen as far more ethical than violating women.
“Bacha bazi is pervasive sexual slavery of children, seen widely as a cultural practice and not a crime,” Charu Lata Hogg, a director at London-based charity Child Soldiers International, told AFP.
“Since it is mostly practised by those in positions of power — warlords, commanders, politicians — it is hard to stamp out. It appears sustained partly by the fact that access to women is limited.”
Insider attacks by child slaves have also been reported in recent years from neighbouring Helmand and Kandahar provinces, where bacha bazi is prevalent.
But the tactic appears more deep rooted in Uruzgan, where the boys are widely flaunted as a totem of affluence, with some officials openly displaying cellphone images to AFP of their “handsome bachas”.
“Come see my beautiful bacha,” said Naqibullah, a police commander in Dehjawze village near Tarin Kot, boasting that he had been holding the teenager for two years.
With a touch of kohl on his eyes, and bleached blond curly hair poking out of his embroidered hat, the boy sat in a corner of the checkpoint surrounded by opium farms, quietly refilling tea glasses for Naqibullah’s guests.
“Commanders prowl neighbourhoods for young boys. We are scared of dressing up our children or buying new clothes that will make them attractive,” said Nader Khan, a tribal elder in Dehrawud.
Islam is the gayest religion on earth. It is no wonder that the homosexuals are always supporting the Muslims. The only difference is that the Muslims worship Allah while the sodomites worship whatever they want to. But put their philosophies together and really there is not all that much different between the two.