How the Afghans themselves see boy-rape

In the still continuing discussion on relativism, Ken Hechtman, who was arrested as a suspected CIA agent by the Taliban in fall 2001, has an interesting angle on how the Taliban perceive the common Afghan practice of boy-rape compared to how we perceive it. In a nutshell, they see it the way we see adultery—as something that is bad, but not so bad that the authorities should get involved in stopping it.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at August 15, 2010 01:53 PM | Send

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