Remember the Emancipation Proclamation? You know, that little scrap of truth and law that was written a little over 150 years ago that forbids slavery in the United States, because ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL and cannot be the property of another?
Well, if you're a Muslim living in these United States, feel free to ignore that; your Koran says otherwise, after all.
( So do you think Abe Lincoln could kick Mo the Pedophile's butt in a knock-down drag-out? HAHAHA!) But anyway...
A Saudi Arabian man (waitaminute... I thought they were our reasonable friends...) was convicted of sexual assault and enslaving a woman in his Aurora, CO home, and was sentenced yesterday to 28 years to life in prison.
Homaidan al-Turki, 37, is a doctorate candidate for linguistics at the University of Colorado, so that just goes to show you that even highly educated Muslims are lock-step with the inhumane teachings of the Koran, not just the poor and downtrodden Muslims that we turn into terrorists with profiling programs.
Al-Turki was given 20 years to life on 12 counts of unlawful sexual contact and 8 years for theft. He was also sentenced for criminal extortion, false imprisonment and conspiracy to commit false imprisonment, but those sentences are unfortunately concurrent to the 28 to life sentence.
Al-Turki kept a 24 year-old Indonesian woman as a slave in the family home, forcing her to cook, clean, care for the family's five children and was intimidated into sex acts and raped her at his leisure.
Oh, you say, this was an isolated incident, a crime committed by a "Muslim extremist." Not so...
The Koran and an almost countless amount of fatawa validate the Muslim's 'right' to take slaves:
"Slavery is justified... It is not permissible to enslave a free Muslim, but it is lawful to enslave the infidel, and it also makes it lawful to take his offspring into captivity." (Mufti Ibn Timiyya, Vol 31, p 380)
So couldn't she have just left? Nope. Her bondage was ensured and enforced:
"A slave, the property of another, has no power over anything" (Sura 16.75)
Well, surely he didn't have any justification to rape her, you say? Think again. A Muslim woman has half the value of a Muslim man, and infidel less than a Muslim woman, and an infidel woman even less than that. Besides, Mohammed the Pedophile made it clear both by word and ignominious example how female slaves could be treated:
(vii ) Sura 23 (The Believers), Verses 1-6
23.1-6: Successful indeed are the believers, Who are humble in their prayers, And who keep aloof from what is vain, And who are givers of poor-rate, And who guard their private parts, Except before their mates or those whom their right hands possess, for they surely are not blameable.
So it's O.K. to have sex, as long as it's with your mate and/or your slave. No blame or hellfire for that one, and since the slave "has no power over anything" she (or he... yikes!) cannot say no.
So this guy was a devout, practicing Muslim, following the words of the Sura and the Koran. He wasn't doing anything wrong; in fact, his home was a picture of domestic tranquility, painted by Mo the Pedophile to serve as a blueprint for the faithful for all time.
Where on Earth is the NAACP or the ACLU on this? Yeah, the guy got convicted, but where is the national outrage that should be shouted from the rooftops? We're talking slavery in the U.S. of A, for crimeny's sake, not some hellhole third world country! How much of this goes on under the radar?
It's sickening, so sickening!