Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Equivalent of "How dare you investigate pedophile and active homosexual priests,

they don't represent the Church!"  No, they don't, but people damn well need to know about them.
More than 17,000 people have demanded the BBC take down a documentary about young Iraqi girls being sold for sex - calling it 'disrespectful' to law-abiding Shia Muslims.

The corporation broadcast 'Undercover With The Clerics - Iraq's Secret Sex Trade' on October 3 - an investigation into sexual exploitation of children and young women by clerics in Iraq.

Journalists caught clerics offering 'pleasure marriages' to girls as young as nine - where men banned from sex outside marriage can pay a dowry for an interim wife.

The practice is banned in Iraq but eight out of 10 Shia clerics who were approached were willing to carry it out, the BBC World investigation found.
You want to be upset, be upset at the bastards doing this.


Dan Patterson said...

There is no such thing as a law abiding muslim, imho. Their principle document of faith is one that teaches treachery and deception, so no.

Anonymous said...

8 out of 10 clerics.... let that sink in. Thats 8 out of 10 CLERICS who were willing to admit to performing then to someone they didn't know.

Its not a small segment of shia clerics its 80%. Its the majority of them engagibg in the practice, and we know its happening in england. Look at the grooming gangs, same behaviour from the same group just a different name for it.