After a group of teens captured a terrified donkey, the deviants took turns sexually abusing the traumatized creature. However, shortly after fulfilling their sadistic bestial desires, the youths were horrified by the brutal retribution they received from their four-legged victim.
As wave after wave of Muslim migrants makes their way to Western shores, the political left feigns surprise as the invaders perpetrate unspeakable crimes once rare in our progressive democracies. In the totalitarian regimes that operate under Sharia law, it’s far more commonplace for males to target vulnerable victims for sexual abuse. Often times, if a helpless woman or child cannot be found apart from their male escorts, a domesticated animal serves as an outlet for their sexual deviancy. Unfortunately for a group of teens, they picked the wrong barnyard beast to harass.
Morocco World News reports that 15 Muslim youths restrained a farmer’s donkey in order to take turns engaging in bestiality with the poor animal. The teens, who remain unnamed because of their ages, believed they had gotten away with the sexual abuse, returning to their homes without remorse for gang-raping a helpless creature. It wasn’t until the youths began suffering from painful symptoms that medical experts and police realized that all 15 teens had contracted rabies from their furry victim.
The Moroccan teens were transported to Mechraa Belksiri Hospital in the town of Sidi Kamel for a full week to receive rabies vaccinations and life-saving medical treatment after contracting the fatal disease through sexual intercourse, online journal Al Akhbar reports.
Not only did the youths suffer the severe symptoms of rabies but must now live with the shame and public humiliation from the community, which is now aware of their debauchery. Adding to their dishonor, local authorities were forced to announce their crimes in an attempt to ensure that anyone else who engaged in sexual contact with the donkey will come forward for medical treatment.
Police confirmed that in cases of bestiality, perpetrators are often subjected to such heavy ridicule that they opt to leave the town to receive medical assistance in another community. At least 15 of the accused youths did not have this luxury and are now considered the laughing stock of the town.
Sadly, the donkey was deemed untreatable and officials ordered the owner to put it down to avoid further spreading the fatal disease to lusty civilians in the area.
While Muslims will publicly decry this disgusting act, bestiality is actually condoned in Islam and rarely punishable under Sharia law. In fact, Islamic texts outline the proper way to sexually assault animals and clean oneself. The only issue is with the devaluation of another person’s property but not the sexual act itself.
Sahih Muslim – Book of Menstruation – hadith #525: “Our companions have said that if the penile head has penetrated a woman’s anus, or a man’s anus, or an animal’s vagina or its anus then it is necessary to wash whether the one being penetrated is alive or dead, young or old, whether it was done intentionally or absentmindedly, whether it was done willfully or forcefully… If a woman inserts (in her vagina) an animal’s penis she must wash, and if she inserts a detached penis (thakaran maktu-an, lit. “a severed male member”) there are two opinions; the most correct is that she must wash.”
Disturbingly, in Morocco, zoophilia is widely considered a male rite of passage after puberty. According to scholars Allen Edwardes and Robert Masters, Ph.D., many Moroccans believe that sexual intercourse with a donkey “makes the penis grow big and strong.” Additionally, masturbation is more often scorned as sinful and, instead, replaced by the more favorable act of bestiality.
Although many Westerners are aware of Islam’s oppression of women, there is also a positive view of bestiality that is wholly justified by Islamic religious texts that correspond with the Quran. Sadly, zoophilia is just another thing that must be combatted and never tolerated or respected by superior cultures.