They really do mean what they say.
Quran Sura 4:24: “And forbidden to you are wedded wives of other people except those who have fallen in your hands.”
If you haven’t heard of this before, it’s worth reading about, so the TT published it again, because it underlines the points those of us in the Counterjihad have been making for years.
Islam approves of slavery, it’s why it was roundly implemented throughout the Islamic empire during all of the centuries it has been in existence. The only reason why the practice has been ‘officially ended’ is due to Western interference, in some areas, however, like in the Sudan and Mauritania and other places within the Muslim world, the practice is still alive and kicking. KGS
NOTE: This woman is just being blatantly honest about Islam. A trusted socurce has this to say:
Kuwait is a country where the majority of population is actually non-Kuwaitis: foreign workers contribute enormously to the country. I think that from India alone there are over half a million migrant workers.
During the occupation of Kuwait, women had an important role, they took new jobs outside home, worked in hospitals, etc. Hopes were high that when the country would be freed, their rights would improve.
And some things have done so, for example the right to vote (took a long time, some fifteen years) In Kuwait women still face discrimination, and all the more so women that are foreign workers. It is against this background that I sent you the piece that I had to read twice before I believed my eyes.
Kuwaiti woman activist suggests non-Muslim sex-slavery
Published: 8 June, 2011, 16:37
Edited: 8 June, 2011, 17:35
An activist from Kuwait has provoked public outrage after calling for the legalization of sex slavery. She suggested that non-Muslim women war captives be sold as concubines to keep men in their families, making them less likely to commit adultery.
Salwa Al-Mutairi, a former parliamentary candidate, said in an online TV show she hosts, that the sex slave market is the way to protect wealthy Kuwaiti men from being seduced and committing sin, Kuwait Times reports.
She gave the example of Haroun Al-Rashid, the fifth Abbasid Caliph in Iraq, who ruled from 786 to 809 and was said to own hundreds or even thousands of girl slaves.
The activist added that Muslim clerics she had talked to in Mecca had said nothing against the idea. “There was no shame in it and it is not haram (forbidden) under Islamic Sharia law,” she claimed.
The supply would come from war zones where non-Muslim captives can be taken, she suggested.
For example, al-Mutairi said, there must be Russian women captured in Chechnya who could be sold in Kuwait. If not forced into sex, they would “just die of hunger over there”.
Kuwaiti politicians did not explain why she imagined that the Russian Chechen Republic, which has been successfully rebuilding after the two campaigns, would have many prisoners of any gender or nationality.
Al-Mutairi envisions a service offering girls for sex operating in the same way as recruiting agencies do now.
The suggestion drew fierce criticism from fellow Kuwaitis, disgusted by it and loathing the idea that foreigners may take al-Mutairi’s words as representing mainstream political ideas in the country.
One person tweeted to her: “you’re a disgrace to women everywhere.”
“Wonder how Salwa al-Mutairi would’ve felt if during occupation by Iraqi forces, she was sold as ‘war booty’ as she advocates…” another tweet said.
Al-Mutairi insisted: “I don’t see any problem in this, no problem at all”.