Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Muslims buying child soldiers with prostitution, drug profits

More from "the religion of peace," as devised by the great "prophet" Muhammad: you know, the one that piously claims "there is no compulsion in religion."  As the "Arab Spring" continues to bear its deadly fruits in the Middle East, Muslims worldwide, also encouraged by the protective silence of the current President of the United States, are engaged in what can only be called typical Muslim pursuits: in this case, buying children to fight their battles, using the proceeds of drug trafficking and prostitution.  This is not "radical Islamism," or any of the other euphemisms so delicately concocted by the politicians and the media; this is Mohammedanism in sum and in fine. From the BBC, October 10, 2012:

Mali Islamists 'buying child soldiers, imposing Sharia'

Islamists who seized control of part of Mali are amassing money from ransoms and drug trafficking while imposing Sharia law, says a senior UN official.

They are also buying child soldiers, paying families $600 (£375) per child, Ivan Simonovic said after a fact-finding visit to the country.

Islamic extremists seized two-thirds of Mali in March when a military coup plunged the country into chaos.

Mr Simonovic painted a grim picture of human rights abuses there.

Women's rights were being particularly restricted, said Mr Simonovic, the UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, citing the compilation of a "frightening" list of unmarried women who were pregnant or had borne children.

More women were being forced into marriage - with a wife costing less than $1,000 - and some were then being resold in "a smokescreen for enforced prostitution", added Mr Simonovic.

"Human rights violations are becoming more systematic," he told reporters at UN headquarters in New York, adding that Islamists had "imposed an extremist version of Sharia".
Amputations and floggings

The fact-finding mission gleaned information from people travelling to and from northern Mali, where he said Islamists were imposing harsher punishments for crimes.

So far, he said, there had been three public executions, eight amputations and two floggings.

There were allegations of torture and inhuman prison conditions in southern Mali, where the government retains control, Mr Simonovic added.

He urged authorities to investigate these cases if they expected UN help as Mali's army tries to reclaim the north.

The 15-member Security Council seems prepared to back an international intervention force in the country, under the right conditions, says the BBC's Barbara Plett at the UN.

She says council members are deeply concerned about al-Qaeda linked extremists taking advantage of the anarchy in northern Mali.

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  1. Hmm...if women sell for less than $1000 and kids sell for $600, I wonder what price should be attached to the average Muslim man?

    They are such a depraved lot, aren't they...?

  2. It's hard to conceive of someone feeling that way about another human being, especially your wife or children. They truly have seared consciences. :(