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Submitted by Martha (United Kingdom), Mar 10, 2007 at 23:34

I have been to Turkey and seen the naked women on the front of the newspapers with the little blackout portions where the nipples would be - It is incredible.

And in Istanbul I was told of the same stories – of women who sleep with other women to protect their virginity.

I met men from several European countries, who had spent time in Saudi Arabia, who were constantly pestered by the Saudi men for sex. They claimed that as men, they could not have a normal conversation with the Saudis, without these men coming on to them.

I have also been to North Africa, were it is normal for the men/ boys to sleep with the women / girls as if they would do a men, to protect their virginity. As teenagers this is their first sexual experience.

It even has a name:

It is called climbing in through the back window, versus when you are married you walk in through the front door !!

These ain't no virgins - at least not the way we know it.

You can't believe it at first.

Muslims know, though – that this is what they must do – as maintaining the women's virginity is that important.

Studies into people's sexual habits show that - in the Middle East, North Africa and in Turkey, anal sex is practiced more in marriage that in all other parts of the (non-Muslim) world. And this is what they are telling us about.

The more you know about Islam - the more you know about its sexual habits - the more shocked you become.

Yes, It does show the humanity of these people - but at the same time as all this is going on - Muslims are being told that they have superiority over all non-Muslims and they believe it.


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