Al-Qeada uses rape to indoctrinate suicide bombers

Ethel C. Fenig
Equal opportunity liberals have cause to rejoice that equal opportunity has now spread to  the Muslim world.  Not only is there an organized campaign to rape women to shame them as undesirables and then convince them to become suicide "martyrs" as a way out, there is this "rape indoctrination" for men also. 

Uh no, men aren't raped by women.  The British newspaper The Sun reports
 
EVIL al-Qaeda chiefs are raping young male converts to shame them into becoming suicide bombers, it emerged yesterday.

The intense social stigma and fear of more gay sex attacks leaves Muslims prepared to die.


The warped new tactic was revealed by a reformed Algerian militant. Abu Baçir El Assimi said: “The sexual act on young recruits aged between 16 to 19 was a means to urge them to commit suicide operations.”


A 22-year-old had suffered sexual injuries before being shot dead on a suicide mission in Tademaït, Algeria, three weeks ago. Samples taken from his body are being analysed in a bid to identify his torturer.

Perversion can't even begin to describe this form of thinking. 



Equal opportunity liberals have cause to rejoice that equal opportunity has now spread to  the Muslim world.  Not only is there an organized campaign to rape women to shame them as undesirables and then convince them to become suicide "martyrs" as a way out, there is this "rape indoctrination" for men also. 

Uh no, men aren't raped by women.  The British newspaper The Sun reports
 
EVIL al-Qaeda chiefs are raping young male converts to shame them into becoming suicide bombers, it emerged yesterday.

The intense social stigma and fear of more gay sex attacks leaves Muslims prepared to die.


The warped new tactic was revealed by a reformed Algerian militant. Abu Baçir El Assimi said: “The sexual act on young recruits aged between 16 to 19 was a means to urge them to commit suicide operations.”


A 22-year-old had suffered sexual injuries before being shot dead on a suicide mission in Tademaït, Algeria, three weeks ago. Samples taken from his body are being analysed in a bid to identify his torturer.

Perversion can't even begin to describe this form of thinking.