After all, there were child brides in many different holy books…


Alabama pastor on Roy Moore allegations: ‘There are some 14-year-olds’ who ‘could pass for 20’
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Evangelicals and other faith leaders pray with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office. Roy Moore, the Republican candidate for Alabama’s US Senate seat, has received an outpouring of support from pastors and evangelical leaders across the state. One Alabama pastor excused sexual harassment allegations against Moore by saying that “some 14-year-olds… could pass for 20.” Moore and his supporters say critics doubt the legitimacy of the accusations from multiple women. Evangelicals in Alabama Read the full story at



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Paradise for women

Now here’s a new twist on Paradise!

Women will have a partner (though perhaps a former slave) who will be young and perpetually sexually ready.  The article claims that “Al-Salman continued: “The Prophet Muhammad said: ‘The dwellers of Paradise have clothing that never wears out, youth that never wanes, and a penis that never bends.’” though, since this site has many articles of very dubious reliability, I won’t search for the quote.


Head to heaven (more quickly) without being shamed

“In effect, Saudi Arabia legitimizes fundamentalism, religious discrimination, intolerance and the oppression of women. Saudi women not only can’t drive, but are also told by some clerics that they mustn’t wear seatbelts for fear of showing the outlines of their bodies.”–Nicholas Kristof in The New York Times

The Old Testament and the Kor’an say a lot of things..

But ISIS considers that the taking of slaves and concubines remains fully justified by the Kor’an.

ISIS states its justification for the enslavement of women

“One should remember that enslaving the families of the kuffar — the infidels — and taking their women as concubines is a firmly established aspect of the Shariah, or Islamic law,” the group says in an online magazine published Sunday.

The title of the article sums up the ISIS point of view: “The revival (of) slavery before the Hour,” referring to Judgment Day.

The fourth edition of the group’s English-language digital magazine called “Dabiq” said that female members of the Yazidi sect, an ethnically Kurdish minority living mostly in Iraq, may legitimately be captured and forcibly made concubines or sexual slaves.