The Purity of Islam
24 September 2013
It's not often that I quote in full an article from another Web site, but in this case, as in a few others, I felt compelled to do so. It was written by Raymond Ibrahim (author of Crucified Again) and published on the Jihad Watch Web site as AIDS and pregnant: Tunisian girl recounts her sex jihad in Syria.
The above report is an all-too-accurate example of what Daniel Greenfield posted on his Sultan Knish Web site today. In an article entitled The Gang Religion of Islam, Mr. Greenfield shows that Islam has more in common with inner-city gangs than it does with a true religion. Here's a few excerpts:
The Arabic media has been full of interviews with some of the many Tunisian girls that went to the sex jihad in Syria. The other day Tunisian newspaper Al Sharaouk ("Sunrise) shed light on the horrific experiences of one of these girls.
Her name is Lamia, and she's 19-years-old. While in Syria, she had sex with jihadis fighting to overthrow the secular Bashar Assad regime. Among other nationalities she recalls having slept with were Pakistanis, Afghanis, Libyans, Tunisians, Iraqis, Saudis, and Somalis, all in the context of the "sex jihad."
Such a diverse array of jihadis is a reminder of the nature of the "rebellion": it's less about indigenous Syrians fighting for freedom and more about international jihadis fighting for Sharia.
According to Al Sharouk reporters, who went to interview Lamia at her home, the young woman began her story by saying that in 2011 she became religious, after watching an Islamic program; among other things, she took to wearing the hijab and came to believe that going out in public was a sin.
Then, "Lamia became convinced that a woman may participate in the jihad to eliminate the enemies of Islam by making her body recreational for the men after each and every raid, so that her body became their possession."
Back in May, reports of women saying similar things began to appear. For instance, Masrawy published a video interview with one "Aisha," another Tunisian girl who said she had met a Muslim woman who spoke of the importance of piety, including wearing the hijab and traveling to Syria to help the jihadis "fight and kill infidels" and make Allah's word supreme, adding that "women who die would do so in the way of Allah and become martyrs and enter paradise." (According to mainstream Islamic teaching, dying in jihad is the only guaranteed way to avoid hell.)
At any rate, by the time war broke out in Syria, Lamia's mind was "dough for the cleric to mold any which way he wanted." He proceeded to send her to Benghazi, Libya, then to Turkey, and then to Aleppo, Syria. There she found many women and young girls residing in an old hospital that had been turned into a campsite. A man claiming to be the "emir" of the sexual campground met her saying his name was Abu Ayoub, the Tunisian. But, she said, the true leader was a Yemeni, who appeared leading a group of jihadis calling themselves "Omar's Battalion." He was the first to take her.
Lamia confessed that she did not know how many men had sex with her and that all that she remembers is being abused, beaten, and forced to do things "that contradict all sense of human worth." She also said that she met many Tunisian women including one who died while being tortured for trying to escape. (This, too, has precedents, including at the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.)
Finally, released back to Tunisia, Lamia has been to a doctor finding that she is five months pregnant. Both she and her unborn are carrying the aids virus.
Be sure to follow the above link and read the entire article. And the next time you hear about the "purity" of Islamic "religion," remember what you have read here!
Islam may have become a religion, but it began as a code. Like the Pirate Code or the Thieves Law of Russia, it was a set of rules that allowed a select group of bandits to choose leaders, plan attacks and divide the loot.
That is how Islam began. One man and his gang. That man may not be depicted or the gangs of his followers will blow things up. When they aren't blowing up each other. The gang spread around the world.
Islam always reverts back to the gang. It comes out of the desert and returns to the desert. It begins with a handful of men raiding civilized towns and cities. And no matter how much time must pass and how the world turns, it always reverts back there. Over a thousand years later, the climactic struggle of Islam is almost indistinguishable from what it was in the time of Mohammed. The world has changed dramatically in a thousand years, but a few thousand men are still ambushing each other in the desert in the name of a warlord named Mohammed.
The gang can only think of fighting more, killing more and doing the same things it did last week again. It finds meaning in the ethos of the fight and in the comradeship of fellow gang members. That is why Jihad is so central to Islam. It is why women occupy such an inferior position. Jihad is the gang culture of Islam.
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