stockholm syndrome 3: slave-girls

Slave-girls’ sexual rights

Referring back to Qur-an 23.5-7, Muslim men are permitted to have sex with “those whom their right hands possess” which is a reference to captives of war after there is no exchange of prisoners between the two sides.  Well, again, there is no linguistic basis in the Arabic or any worthwhile translation behind the use of force.  There is no linguistic or logical way to deduct rape from this or any of the statements regarding war-captives in an Islamic state.  So if it is asked how a man would have sex with a war-captive without raping her, my answer, and mine alone, would be with consent, as the use of force is not sanctioned in the Qur-an or any authenticated Prophetic narration.

Whether or not war-captives’ sexual rights as I have outlined them are found to be objectionable by some or many, it is clear that rape has no place in them.

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4 comments on “stockholm syndrome 3: slave-girls

  1. Sorry bro but this makes no sense. Why would a woman, who’s been captured by a bunch of soldiers she doesn’t know, consent to having sex with them? Why should muslim men, or anyone for that matter, be given the right to have sex with captives?
    And exactly how would that happen without rape? Would he sit down and ask her, “Excuse me Miss, I don’t know you and you don’t know me but I’m incredibly horny. May I please have sex with you?”

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