By Theodore Shoebat
A 13 year old boy named Naeem was seized by four Muslim men, they took him into a car and gang raped him. As Naeem was telling the story, tears came rushing down his eyes. He is completely broken. He recounts the horrid event:
I was lying here sleeping and four people grabbed me and threw me into a car… One was a bus driver, the others were heroin addicts. All four of them raped me.
There was a video done on pedophilia in Pakistan:
Naeem is just one out of countless Pakistani children who have fallen prey to pedophiles. A recent study shows that literally millions of Pakistani children have become victims of this vicious and malicious evil. Many say that this does not have to do with Islam. Then why in the Koran is it promised that Muslims men will enjoy young boys in paradise?
Eat and drink pleasantly for what you did, Reclining on thrones set in lines, and We will unite them to large-eyed beautiful ones. And (as for) those who believe and their offspring follow them in faith, We will unite with them their offspring and We will not diminish to them aught of their work; every man is responsible for what he shall have wrought. And We will aid them with fruit and flesh such as they desire. They shall pass therein from one to another a cup wherein there shall be nothing vain nor any sin. And round them shall go boys of theirs as if they were hidden pearls. (Sura 52:19-24)
Essentially, Islam inevitably molds a society that is agreeable to pederasty. A recent report on pedophilia in Pakistan that just came out yesterday, gives just a few examples of this evil, describing a bus driver named Ijaz who rapes and abuses young boys on his bus:
Ijaz, a bus conductor in his early twenties, spends his days travelling through the bustling streets of Peshawar in northern Pakistan, working hard to scrape a living.
The pay is low and the hours are long, and Ijaz, like many of his colleagues, remains unwed and has no family.
Instead of going home come nightfall, he, and many others, spend their time with street children, paying them as little as 75p for sex and when they have no money, brutally abusing them.
But the children falling prey to these men aren’t the ones you might expect. With girls kept at home by their parents, the majority of victims are boys – some as young as six years old.
‘Once, there was a boy on the bus and everyone had sex with him,’ confesses Ijaz who admits to raping 12 different children during his career as a bus conductor.
‘I did it too but what else could I do? They invited me. And he was that kind of boy anyway.’
Sexual abuse in Pakistan is rife. An estimated four million children in the country are forced into work from an early age due to poverty and of those, more than a million live on the streets where they are easy prey for men like Ijaz.
A recent survey of 1,800 men found that a third believe that not only is raping little boys not a crime, it’s not even a bad thing to do.
As a result, an estimated 90 per cent of street children have been victims of sexual abuse at some point in their lives.
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