Tuesday, December 21, 2010

WikiLeaks: American and British Troops Repulsed By Afghan Sex Practices With Boys

Afghan sex practices concern U.S., British forces
By Sara Carter
National Security Correspondent
The Washington Examiner
December 20, 2010
"One of the country's favorite sayings is 'women are for children, boys are for pleasure," the report noted.

A document released by WikiLeaks described efforts by high-ranking Afghan officials to quash reports of police officers and other Afghans arrested for "purchasing a service from a child."

The leaked diplomatic cable quoted former Minister of the Interior Hanif Atmar's concern that publicity about the arrests, which involved the hiring of "dancing boys," would "endanger lives."

The author of the diplomatic cable fretted that the case would be "blown out of proportion, an outcome that would not be good for either the U.S. or Afghanistan."

The vast gulf between U.S. and Afghan attitudes about homosexuality and pedophilia has generated concern among U.S. advisers in Afghanistan since the American presence there began to expand.
Read more . . .

Also see:
AnnaMaria Cardinalli's report:  Pashtun Sexuality
Video:  Bacha Bazi (dancing boys)
Sexual Depravity Breeds Savage Jihadists

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