British Imam: Sex Slaves are Acceptable under Islam

Islam in action. Yazidi women and girls await their turn on the Muslim auction block (Free use - Bing).
Islam in action. Yazidi women and girls await their turn on the Muslim auction block (Free use – Bing).

Much like Bigfoot, everyone has heard of Moderate Islam, but few have actually seen it. As of yet, Muslims haven’t taken to the streets to protest the rise of Islamic Jihad.

If anything, quite the opposite is happening. Case in point would be Imam Ali Hammuda of the Al-Manar mosque in the Welsh city of Cardiff. That mosque is famous for spawning the likes of ISIS volunteers Nasser Muthana, Reyyad Khan and Aseel Muthana.

As reported by Great Britain’s Express.com, the Mohammedan holy man has been secretly filmed giving some rather questionable sermons. And not to just anyone, but specifically to the 13-18 year-old men and boys of his community.

Hammuda was taped telling the youngsters that it’s acceptable for the followers of Islam to keep sex slaves. Not only that, but “the end of days” were near.

As caught on film;

One of the interpretations as to what this means is that towards the end of time there will be many wars like what we are seeing today, and because of these wars women will be taken as captives, as slaves, yeah, women will be taken as slaves.

And then, er, her master has relations with her because this is permissible in Islam, it’s permissible to have relations with a woman who is your slave or your wife.

Also reported is that Hammuda was born in Palestine but brought up in Great Britain. During the course of instruction to his military age members of his flock, he failed to mention that slavery is illegal in the UK.

Hammuda lured the teens to attend his halaqa (scriptural study). In his advertisement, he made a point telling them, “Brothers only, ideal age 13-18. Followed by indoor football.”


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