Last September I began delivering an hour-long presentation titled "Islamic Sexuality: A Survey of Evil" to local Tea Party, 9/12 and other patriot groups in Colorado. The good folks at FreedomTalkNetcast.com, after seeing this presentation in Pueblo, CO sprang into action and professionally videotaped and edited my next delivery of this lecture in Colorado Springs. It was promptly uploaded to my YouTube channel, "AnnBarnhardt", in four parts and those four parts can be viewed at the following links:
Part 1 (General overview of Islam)
Part 2 (Misogyny in Islam)
Part 3 (Female Genital Mutilation and Pedophilia)
Part 4 (Pedophilia, Prostitution, Bestiality, Necrophilia)
Within Part 4 I discuss the specific ratification and encouragement within Islamic culture of necrophilia, which is sexual intercourse with a dead body. I cite a fatwa issued in May of 2011 by a famous and respected Imam in Morocco which states the following:
"Since a good Muslim couple will meet again in Heaven, and since death does not alter the marital contract, it is not a hindrance to the husband's desire to have sexual intercourse with the corpse of his (freshly) deceased wife." -Imam Abdelbari Zemzami
I noticed right away that during this part of my presentation, those present would react to this with laughter. This is a common psychological defense mechanism. When sane human beings are confronted with something as horrific and evil as necrophilia, the mind attempts to dilute the horror of such evil by painting it as comedic -- a joke, something to be ridiculed and laughed at, because facing the thing itself is simply too painful. This is what was happening at my presentations. And so, I decided to correct this.
At my next delivery of this presentation, the audience again laughed at the reality of necrophilia in Islam. I asked if there was a widower in the room. There was. A man, who looked to be around seventy, had lost his wife to cancer a few years earlier. I stepped over to him. At this point, another man in attendance, seeing what I was about to do, very quietly groaned, "Oh, God no. Don't."
Yes. We HAVE to face this. I asked the man what his wife's name was, and how long they had been married, and how many children they had. I then asked the man to think back on his wife's final days, her struggle with cancer, and the time he spent at her bedside. This man was blessed to be with his wife at the moment of her death, and I asked him to think back to that moment, as he held the hand of his "best girl", his wife, flesh of his flesh, the mother of their children, and his best friend and partner in life's journey as she strained to take her final breaths and then slipped into the peaceful repose of death. Bravely, this man relived that moment for us. The room was respectfully silent as he did so.
I then asked him if, as he was sitting with the body of his wife, now separated from her spirit, but still "hers", and promised to be reunited with her spirit someday through the Resurrection, if he at any point thought to himself, "You know, I'm a little horny. I'd like to climb up on her right here and have one more good hump for the road. She's still warm. Why not?"
I can assure you that no one in that room laughed. In fact, some were weeping, and most were teary-eyed. And that's as it should be. I had done my job. I had forced that roomful of people to stare into evil itself and acknowledge it for what it was. Necrophilia is not a joke. It is real, and it is being openly ratified and encouraged by the satanic political cult of Islam. A culture of people who are so far gone that they literally see nothing wrong with copulating with dead bodies is a culture that is capable of any evil imaginable, and cannot be stopped with any appeal to decency, morality, or shame. What we are seeing in the Muslim world is the final descent of a human society into hell itself, and they will attempt to take as many others with them as they possibly can.
If these people are capable of "sexual pleasure" with not just corpses, but the corpse of the one person in the world who they should have loved and respected above all others, do you honestly believe that they would hesitate for a moment in merely pushing a button that launched nuclear warheads at Tel Aviv, or London, or New York?
Now, behold the fruits of the "Arab Spring", engineered and fertilized by the Obama regime. In Egypt today, a bill has been introduced by the new Islamist parliament legalizing "farewell intercourse", affording a man a six hour window after his wife's death for necrophilic sex. The Moroccan fatwa was not merely a "one-off." Necrophilia is culturally intrinsic to those societies poisoned by the satanic political cult of Islam.
A clash between civilization and anti-civilization is coming, and coming fast. The enemy is not laughing. I would strongly recommend that we stop laughing at the enemy, and make ready for battle.
Ann Barnhardt is a livestock and grain marketing consultant, was a commodity broker until Jon Corzine and his cronies destroyed the integrity of the financial markets and , American patriot, Catholic, and unwitting counter-revolutionary blogger. She can be reached through her website at www.barnhardt.biz.
Sex after Death
By Fay Voshell
Ah, you've just got to love the results of the "Arab spring." Such wonderful things have evolved from the people's revolution.
Among the most amazing results, according to Lee Moran of the UK's Daily Mail, Egypt's will soon be permitted to have sex with their wives up to six hours after their death. Moroccan cleric Zamzami apparently broached the subject of "farewell intercourse" last May when he was giving serious consideration to the eternality of marriage. Evidently, the phrase "I'll love you forever" will take on a new meaning for Egyptians.
Apparently in a rush to assure the alarmed that death really is the great equalizer, the cleric said that women also have the right to have sex with their dead husbands. How a wife/widow is to coax a dead man to perform was evidently a matter of such delicacy that stipulations for women on how to have coitus with their departed loves was left unmentioned.
According to Mr. Moran, also to be added to the privilege of legalized necrophilia is legalized pedophilia. The marriage age is to be lowered to fourteen for women, who are also about to experience rollbacks in education and employment.
Sex after death.
Let's hope the story proves to be false. But if it is true, what other wonderful advances for women will democracy bring to the Middle East?
Fay Voshell may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Islamic 'Death-Sex' in Context
By Raymond Ibrahim
Aside from provoking shock, disgust, and denial, last week's news of Egyptian parliamentarians trying to pass a "farewell intercourse" law legalizing sex with one's wife up to six hours after she dies has yet to be fully appreciated.
To start, consider the ultimate source of this practice: it's neither the Muslim Brotherhood nor the Salafis; rather, as with most of Islam's perversities—from adult breastfeeding to pedophilia marriage—Islamic necrophilia is traced to the fount of Islam, its prophet Muhammad, as found in a hadith (or tradition) that exists in no less than six of Islam's classical reference texts (including Kanz al-'Umal by Mutaqi al-Hindi and Al-Hujja fi Biyan al-Mahujja, an authoritative text on Sunni Doctrine, by Abu Qassim al-Asbahani).
According to this hadith, Muhammad took off his shirt and placed it on a dead woman and "lay with her" in her grave. The gravediggers proceeded to hurl dirt atop the corpse and the prophet, exclaiming, "O Prophet, we see you doing a thing you never did with anyone else," to which Muhammad responded: "I have dressed her in my shirt so that she may be dressed in heavenly robes, and I have laid with her in her grave so that the pressures of the grave [also known as Islam's "torments of the grave"] may be alleviated from her."
What was Muhammad saying and doing? Perhaps his magical shirt would transport the dead woman to heaven, and his blessed body would protect her from the "pressures of the grave"? A more cynical—a more human—reading is that he stripped his shirt as a natural step before copulating; that he precisely, if not sardonically, meant the act of sex would "alleviate" the pressures of death from the corpse; and that the observers covered them with dirt for privacy and/or for shame.
This interpretation is given much more weight when one considers that the secondary meaning for the word I translated above as "lay with" is "intercourse," further demonstrating that the proposed Egyptian law is, in fact, based on this hadith: after all, the Arabic root-word used for "intercourse" in the phrase "farewell intercourse" is derived from the same root-word that Muhammad used to explain what he did with the dead woman (d-j-'). As if this was not enough, necrophilia finds more validation in Islam's legal texts. For example, according to al-Sharwani's Hawashi, "there is no punishment for having intercourse with a dead woman" and "it is not necessary to rewash the dead after penetration."
Incidentally, this issue of "death-sex" far precedes Egyptian parliamentarians. In fact, I first wrote about this macabre topic back in 2009, based on an episode of Father Zakaria Botros, where he explored the perverse sexual habits of Islam's prophet Muhammad (see here). Interestingly, when that episode first aired, many Muslims were livid, denying the existence of the hadith, and renewing calls to assassinate the priest for trying to "defame" Islam: yet here it is, once again—only this time, the hadith is being passed into a "law," further documenting the existence, if not legitimacy, of necrophilia in Islam.
Which leads to another eye-opener: it is no longer this or that "radical" cleric, but parliament members who are, not merely acknowledging bizarre Islamic practices, but trying to implement them as "laws." (Perhaps this should be unsurprising, considering weeks earlier in Egypt, suit-and-tie wearing Muslim court lawyers attacked with knives a Christian defendant for supposedly "blaspheming" Muhammad.)
What else do such "parliamentarians" and "lawyers" have in store for Egypt and its neighbors? If this little know, ghoulish practice is being endorsed simply because of one arcane hadith, how much more support must Egypt's Islamist-dominated parliament be giving to those other ironclad teachings of Islam—for instance, Muhammad's unequivocal commands, recorded in hundreds of canonical hadiths, to fight, deceive, and subjugate all non-Muslim infidels?
When it comes to Islam, it is high time for the West to learn to connect the dots.