The rape culture is strong among Muslims even if they aren’t considered “radical”. That depiction of rape is shared by Saud Saleh, Al-Azhar University Professor of Theology in Cairo, who in 2014 spoke to the Muslim’s belief that rape is socially and morally acceptable as long as the victim is not a Muslim. Saleh also says that organ farming against non Muslims is acceptable along with rape because the selling of “freeborn men and women” is legitimate.
The theology professor noted that slavery was an established practice before the days of Mohammad, but that Islam “put slavery into order by limiting it to legitimate wars between Muslims and their enemies.”
In this circumstance – in times of war – prisoners are considered slaves and may be raped, “in order to humiliate them.”
“They become the property of the army commander, or of a Muslim, and he can have sex with them just like he has sex with his wives,” said the professor, who was wearing a lavender-colored burqa for the video.
Saleh went on to elaborate on the Islamic distinction between what she calls “slave girls” and wives, saying “legitimately-owned slaves come from among prisoners from a war waged against Muslims, against Allah and against Allah’s legal texts in the Quran.”
For those who are unable to comprehend why women participate in ritualistic circumcision of their young daughters, holding them down while they are mutilated without benefit of anesthetic often in unsanitary conditions, Professor Saleh’s video is highly recommended.
It would appear that male dominance of Muslim women is so complete as to have usurped any independent thought, much like victims of the “Stockholm Syndrome.”