Might the march toward gay rights in the West at some point meld with widespread pederasty in the Middle East? This is not a rhetorical question. What ‘our allies’ do to boys in Afganistan and Pakistan echoes past Islamic practice and is cause for concern — especially since ‘our’ homosexuals have been successful in lowering the age of consent and are busily teaching Western children the wonders of homosexual sex.
We know that pederasty followed Muslim conquests from Spain to northern India and did not decline until the middle of the 18th century. Mohammed said “Beware of beardless youth for they are a greater source of mischief than young maidens.” Was he referring to men with sexual desires for boys?
The creation of the Taliban in Afghanistan offers a clue about the ‘dangerousness’ of boys: “Such is the Pashtun obsession with sodomy — locals tell you that birds fly over Kandahar using only one wing, the other covering their posterior — that the rape of young boys by warlords was one of the key factors in Mullah Omar mobilising the Taleban. In the summer of 1994… two [Afghan] commanders confronted each other over a young boy whom they both wanted to sodomise. In the ensuing fight civilians were killed. Omar’s group freed the boy and appeals began flooding in for Omar to help in other disputes. By November, Omar and his Taleban were Kandahar’s new rulers.” 
Perhaps these commanders wanted the boy for Bacha Bazi (‘boy play’). As documented on Frontline (PBS, April 20, 2010), attractive boys, aged 10 through 17, are sold by or extorted from their Afghan families to dress in women’s clothes, perform the whirling dance for crowds of men (often wearing artificial breasts!), and then (often) get privately sodomized by one or more of the audience.
In neighboring Pakistan, in “villages throughout the country, young boys are often forcibly ‘taken’ by older men, starting a cycle of abuse and revenge that social activists and observers say is the common pattern of homosexual sex.” These quasi-abductions often ‘create’ homosexuals: “The first time Aziz, a lean, dark-haired 20-year-old in this bustling cultural capital, had sex with a man, he was a pretty, illiterate boy of 16. A family friend took him to his house, put on a Pakistani-made soft-porn video, and raped him. Now, says Aziz…, he is ‘addicted’ to sex with men, so he hangs around Lahore’s red-light districts, getting paid a few rupees for sex. At night, he goes home to his parents and prays to Allah to forgive him.… Among the Pashtun majority [in the region], having a young, attractive boyfriend is a symbol of prestige and wealth for affluent middle-aged men. Indeed, Pashtun men often keep a young boy in… the male room of the house that the wife rarely enters.… The boy is always the passive partner in sex and has often been coerced into the relationship; he is given food and clothes by his partner, and is in many cases forbidden to leave the relationship or marry. (In theory, the boys could marry when they’re grown, but they are generally considered damaged, and end up wandering the streets as homosexual outcasts).” 
As might be expected when the stronger foist themselves upon the weaker, violence and homosexual activity are highly correlated. Consider the fate of boy volunteers for the Taliban captured by the Northern Alliance. Jeffrey Gettleman reported  that:
“at least 1,500 prisoners, mostly boys, were being held in private jails. ‘Were they being sexually abused?’ Gettleman asked. ‘It is a custom,’ the informer declared, ‘With boys that age, before they have hair on the faces, these things happen.’” Things? What things? “Jimshade [a boy ]… follower of the mullah Sufi Mohammed… said he was captured. He spent six weeks as a slave… before his family bought his freedom. ‘The soldiers do things to you,’ he said, ‘that make you want to kill yourself. They have this game: They start with the youngest prisoners and ask them their age,’ he continued. ‘If a boy says 13, they send 13 soldiers to him. If he says 16, the boy gets 16.’ The soldiers take turns raping the boys, Jimshade said. ‘They take them to an underground room and hold the boys down, and the whole house fills with screaming, and the soldiers yell louder than the screaming, like they are mad or crazy or have turned into wild animals. Sometimes,’ he said, his voice shrinking, ‘I still hear them.’”
One could wish this were an isolated event. Yet, last year in Pakistan, at least 61 boys were raped and murdered — 28 of them by groups of men, and at least another 431 boys were raped without being killed.  As these are the ‘reported’ incidents, we can be sure there were many more since families are not only ‘paid off’ for use of their boys, but also to shut up. As such, the ‘sexual tastes’ of a significant minority of Pakistanis are decidedly anti-social. Investigators have reported that a large minority of Pakistanis is very supportive of pederasty.
By comparison, we know that about a third of interviewed U.S. adult homosexual males approved of, and had sex with, boys. This is close to the figure the National Coalition for Child Rights’ reported — specifically, that 23% of Pakistani adults said they were “proud” of man-boy sex and “11% did not consider it wrong” (Rajabali, Khan, Warraich, Since Pakistanis are migrating all across the Western world, you have to wonder how much pederasty is now taking place in London or New York..
As horrible as pederasty is, adult homosexuality is also rampant in Afghanistan. A military study (reported by Fox News) found that Pashtun men commonly have sex with other men, admire other men physically, have sex with boys, and shun women socially and sexually — but don’t call themselves “homosexuals.” In one instance, a group of local male interpreters had contracted gonorrhea anally from each other 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.” A U.S. army medic had to tell a local man how to get his wife pregnant. “When it was explained to him what was necessary, he disgustedly 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.’”
The contradictions abound. These Pashtun men apparently enjoy and are having anal sex, that is, sex with the body’s sewer system! Yet women are ‘unclean!’ And to top it off, the U.S. is allied with these Afghanis in order to defeat the Taliban — even though it is the Taliban that opposes pederasty.
Since the gay movement was partially inspired by prominent pederasts (e.g., Oscar Wilde, Paul Goodman, André Gide, Allen Ginsberg), if Islamic fundamentalists come to believe pederasty is part and parcel of ‘the Islamic truth’ (and millions of Muslims may apparently believe this), might they form an alliance with the gay movement? Consider Larry Kramer, co-founder of ACT-UP, who has contracted both Hepatitis B and HIV (from adults) in his homosexual travels. While he doesn’t mention pederasty…
Gay Liberation (or Gay Lib) is the name used to describe the radical lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered movement of the late 1960s and early to mid 1970s in North America, Western Europe, and Australia and New Zealand. …“Oscar Fingal OFlahertie Wills Wilde (October 16, 1854 â€“ November 30, 1900) was an Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and short story writer. …In those instances where children do have sex with their homosexual elders, be they teachers or anyone else, I submit that often, very often, the child desires the activity, and perhaps even solicits it, either because of a natural curiosity that will or will not develop along these lines, or because he or she is homosexual and innately knows it. This is far from ‘recruitment.’ Obviously, there are instances in which the child is unwilling, and is a victim of sexual abuse, homo- or heterosexual. But, as with straight children anxious for the experience with someone of the opposite sex, these are kids who seek solicit, and consent willingly to sex with someone of the same sex. And unlike girls or women forced into rape and traumatized, most gay men have warm memories of their earliest and early sexual encounters; when we share these stories with each other, they are invariably positive ones.” 
What Aziz and Jimshade said doesn’t quite fit Kramer’s optimistic scenario. Nor does it fit the thousands of boys being kept in sexual slavery in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and beyond. Clearly, some Muslim men have developed and written about sexual tastes that include boys. For instance, Sufyan at-Thawri (d. 783) wrote about sexual temptation “if every woman has one devil accompanying her, then a handsome lad has seventeen.” Or Hanbalite jurist Ibn al-Jawzi (d. 1200): “He who claims that he experiences no desire when looking at beautiful boys or youths is a liar, and if we could believe him he would be an animal, and not a human being.“ Much of this is undoubtedly driven by cultural norms, but FRI has also noted the apparent inclination of those who enjoy homosexuality to include youth in their activities, regardless of culture.
Beyond Bacha Bazi, a 2009 study of 170 Pakistani truck drivers and their 169 helper boys  reported that “almost all” of the boys ended up having sex with the mostly-married drivers. Further, older helper boys often raped younger boy-helpers. Principal investigator, Dr Muhammad Tufail, said athough having sex with female prostitutes is fairly common, “drivers prefer young boys.”
All of this evidence — both anecdotal and otherwise — should give significant pause to the notion of a great one-world ‘melting pot’ of cultures, traditions, and practices championed by our liberal elite. That Muslims and Christians; Americans, Pakistanis, and Afghans; homosexuals and heterosexuals, etcetera, etcetera, can all live in ‘perfect harmony.’ Indeed, one of the obvious successes of Christianity was driving institutionalized pederasty out of society. As the West rejects Christianity, it becomes more and more accepting of homosexuality. Are we headed back to a highly violent and ugly past?
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