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Child abuse in Afghanistan and Pornistan I mean Pakistan and what victory?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 30, 2011 at 07:16

You need to read more about this barbaric crime in the land of the pure and Afghanistan but how come you did not know about bacha bazi? Were you hoping that we do not know?

Oh Bacha Bazi? Here is a link

Bacha bazi -

And you come and lecture us about porn and child abuse and domestic violence? ...

Oh and the word for today if you do not like the west then IRHAL or get lost

Submitting....

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