Friday, June 17, 2011

female sex-slaves just make sense


Video - Kuwaiti politician on the benefits of having sex slaves.

IBT | A female Kuwaiti politician called for the legalization of the sex slavery, saying it would protect "decent, devout and virile Kuwaiti men" from adultery. It would keep them from the temptation of being seduced by another woman's beauty.

Salwa al Mutairi, a social activist who once ran for parliament, suggested bringing in female prisoners from war-torn countries, as it would be a "better life" for them, and they would not die of starvation.

Mutairi maintains there is "no shame in it and it is not haram (forbidden) under Islamic Sharia law."

To justify her claim, Mutairi cites an 8th century Muslim leader Haroun al-Rashid, who is rumoured to have had 2,000 mistresses.

In a recent visit to Mecca, she asked Muslim religious scholars what the Islamic ruling was on owning sex slaves, and was told that it is NOT haram.

Therefore, Mutairi claims, the ruling was confirmed by 'specialized people of the faith'.

"They said, that's right, the only solution for a decent man who has the means, who is overpowered by desire and who does not want to commit fornication, is to acquire jawari." Jawari is a plural form of the Arabic term 'sex slave'

She explains "For example, in the Chechnyan war, surely there are female Russian captives.

"So go and buy those and sell them here in Kuwait. Better than to have our men engage in forbidden sexual relations."

Mutairi detailed her proposal further, recommending that sex trade offices could operate the same way that recruitment agencies provide housemaids. And to "consider" the woman's feelings, the female prisoner should be at least 15 years old.

According to the politician, free women must be married with a contract, but with concubines, "the man just buys her and that's it."

Her suggestions, which went public via a Youtube video, brought in heavy criticism from fellow Kuwaitis and people around the world.

One person tweeted to Mutairi, "you're a disgrace to women everywhere."

Despite criticism, Mutairi insists, "I don't see any problem in this, no problem at all."

9 comments:

CNu said...

Nope. She means it.

The placement of this post elucidates America's special relationship with folks like the Kuwaitis for whom we allegedly launched the first gulf war if memory serves correctly.

I want you to bear this in mind as you consider the military intervention in Libya and why Ghadaffi is being removed/assassinated because of his pan-African activism and financial re-engineering efforts through the Libyan central bank  - and the pan-Arab forces that the U.S. is seeking to supplant him with, which pan-Arab forces include the likes of this person who in all sincerity is pushing for slavery in the 21st century pursuant to her religious and cultural beliefs and practices.

Dale Asberry said...

Oh, I'm completely with you on this one. I live in crazy religionists central. Those People lack that critical brain structure called the Nonsense Filter. You know, the one that tells you to shut up before you say something stupid. I think it's a genetic defect.

As for Gadaffi, I've been following up on the links you've been putting out there. Your thesis makes complete and total sense. Imagine an Africa free of the IMF and World Bank...

nanakwame said...

The role of women and advocacy in history my friends is quite interesting, and will be heard more of.

Big Don said...

"Those People...I think it's a genetic defect."  
Glad to see You_People coming around to The_Truth... 

CNu said...

Big Don IS truth!!! Accept no substitutes....,

Dale Asberry said...

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arnach said...

Careful lest you let your brush become too wide.

I have known only one native Kuwaiti, and I know that he would have felt much the same as you on this subject were he still with us.

CNu said...

Phuk'em.

My patience has limits, and I'm not the least bit happy with the member states of the Arab League right now given their quisling support for the military assassination of pro-pan-African Muammar Gaddafi.  At the rate that anglo-american Arab league satraps were getting thrown out of office this spring, I'd expect anyone to be giving this motley band of anti-democratic scum the side-eye about now....,

Dale Asberry said...

I was making fun of BD and thought for sure that he would recognize it as such. Instead, I caught me a big one, hook, line, and sinker! I also proved out that the Nonsense Filter is missing from BD's brain.