We’ve written a number of times in the past about the traditional practice of pederasty in Islam, and the “dancing boys” of Afghanistan in particular (see “Islam’s Nancy Boys”, “Islam’s Nancy Boys Redux”, the psychological background by Nicolai Sennels, and “Homosexuality in Iraq and Saudi Arabia”). It’s a difficult subject to deal with, because it’s so deeply abhorrent to most Westerners. Nevertheless, the custom is widespread — perhaps near universal — in the Middle East and Muslim areas of South Asia. The typical arrangement, in which a grown man takes a pre-pubescent catamite, is not considered a violation of sharia law.
Amazingly enough, a public discussion of Muslim pederasty has emerged in Sweden, of all places. Many thanks to Tania Groth for translating this article from Dissidenter:
In Afghanistan, men and youth engage in the systematic rape of children in a tradition called “Bacha Bazi”. Afghan “authorities” turn a blind eye to this practice, as it is part of their culture.
In 2015 a total of 41,564 asylum seekers arrived from Afghanistan. 34,251 men, 7,313 women and 30,080 “children” under 18 years of which 23 480 are “minors”. This represents a catastrophic number of potential victims and perpetrators.
Source: Swedish Migration Board
“Bacha Bazi” translates to “Boys for play”
Bacha Bazi is a widespread phenomenon in Afghanistan, where young boys are taken away from their (poor) families at the age of 11 to 13 to be used as sex slaves to older men who are often rich businessmen and warlords. The young boys learn to dance and sing. They then dress up as women and dance for the older men. Sexual abuse of the boys also occurs.
Parents receive payment to send their children to these people to engage in this activity. Those of the boys who try to leave the practice may be risking their lives. According to the law in Afghanistan this kind of activity is prohibited but the law is not enforced in practice. The authorities choose not to act and any abuse is rarely punished.
Now they have taken the culture with them here, and the Swedish authorities seem to have much the same view as the authorities in Afghanistan. Afghan pedophiles who rape children avoid deportation in most of the cases we have followed. It must also be remembered that these pedophiles do not even have right to asylum as they come from Afghanistan.
Swedish authorities do not want to highlight this growing epidemic, but have instead chosen to let people suffer, hoping that the problem will disappear without its being brought forth into the public light.
Ivar Arpi writes about this in the article “Refugee Boys sexually abused” in SvD (Svenska Dagbladet — a Swedish publication).
There he writes: “The attitude towards women by unaccompanied youths from Afghanistan has been much discussed recently. The discussion has been about numerous incidents in swimming baths across Sweden, where girls and women are harassed and about the systematic harassment at the festival “We are Sthlm” in Kungsträdgården. Afghanistan is one of the world’s least developed countries, and is saturated by fundamental Islam. Add to this decades of war, and you have an environment that can only lead to the destructive behavior of its men. That the young people who come to Sweden haven’t left this cultural baggage behind is hardly surprising.
But in this discussion another and lesser known side of the Afghan culture fades into the background and that is the systematic sexual abuse of boys. The phenomenon is called “bacha bazi” and it goes hand in hand with the wretched attitude towards Afghani women. When men and women live completely separately, boys, especially boys from poor families, become targets of older men’s sexuality.
The question we must ask ourselves is: How many children have to be raped and sacrificed on the altar of sexual violence?