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    Pentagon Admits U.S. Allied Afghans Are Raping Children

    This is the "culture that is being imported to this country by the tens of thousands?

    Pentagon Admits U.S. Allied Afghans Are Raping Children


    Denies policy of ignoring abuses
    dierin Kabul, Afghanistan / AP


    BY: Adam Kredo
    September 21, 2015 5:00 pm


    A senior Pentagon official admitted to theWashington Free Beacon late Monday that Afghan forces allied with U.S. troops in the war-torn country have been caught sexually abusing children.

    The admission comes on the heels of reports that the Obama administration has been punishing U.S. soldiers who blew the whistle on this sexual abuse.

    U.S. lawmakers early Monday expressed shock and outrage over the report and called on Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Join Chiefs of Staff, to immediately address a policy of ordering U.S. troops to ignore such sexual abuse.

    When asked about the practice, a Pentagon official admitted that such abuse was taking place but denied that there is an official policy that instructs U.S. troops to ignore it.

    “This is an abhorrent practice, and we are deeply concerned about it,” the official told the Free Beacon. “This form of sexual exploitation of children is a violation of Afghanistan’s laws and international obligations.

    “There is no policy in place that directs any U.S. military or government personnel overseas to ignore human rights abuses,” the official said. “On the contrary, we monitor such atrocities closely and have continually stood up for those who have suffered exploitation and denial of basic human freedoms.”

    The official did not explicitly deny that U.S. troops who reported abuses had been punished.

    In the current environment, such abuses by Afghans working with the United States fall under governance of country’s domestic laws, according to the official.

    “Generally, child sexual abuse is a matter of domestic law, unless the activity constitutes a gross violation of human rights (GVHR) or a violation of the Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC),” the official said.

    If Afghans engage in sexual abuse that is witnessed by U.S. personnel, reports are forwarded “up the chain of command” for further review, the official explained.

    “That said, consistent with clear [Department of Defense] policy on the issue of sexual assault, trafficking in persons, and similar matters, Commander U.S. Forces-Afghanistan expects all personnel to treat others with respect and dignity and expects that any suspicions of sexual abuse are immediately reported up the chain of command,” the Pentagon said.

    “Any sexual abuse, no matter who the alleged perpetrator and no matter who the victim, is completely unacceptable and reprehensible,” the official added.

    The United States has worked to train Afghan forces to respect “human rights” and not to engage in the sexual abuse of children, the official further said.

    “Both our annual Trafficking in Persons report and our Human Rights Report on Afghanistan have noted this form of child sexual abuse, and training of Afghan law enforcement has focused on human rights in order to improve reporting and accountability,” the official said. “We continue to urge the Afghan government to strengthen enforcement of its laws.”

    The White House on Monday declined to address reports first issued by the New York Times that U.S. troops were being punished for exposing the sexual abuse of children.

    “For the rules of engagement and the kind of structure that’s in place to guide the relationship between the United States and Afghan members of the military, I’d refer you to the Department of Defense for that,” the White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters.

    In several instances, U.S. soldiers could hear child rape occurring, but they were “told to ignore these events because it’s part of Afghanistan’s ‘culture,’” according to the Washington Examiner.

    Rep. Vern Buchanan (R., Fla.) expressed shock and dismay at the reports in a letter sent to Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Dempsey.

    “I urge you to immediately reverse the Pentagon’s shameful policy of punishing soldiers who try to stop the sexual abuse of children in Afghanistan,” Buchanan wrote in a letter to Dempsey that describes “a chilling policy that told American soldiers to look the other way when Afghan allies sexually abused young boys, sometimes on military bases.”

    “American soldiers serving our nation in the Army and Marines in Afghanistan have been told to stand down when encountering child sexual abuse perpetrated by local allies,” Buchanan writes. “Protecting child predators is abhorrent and inconsistent with our values as a nation. I call on you to end this shameful policy immediately.”
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    And these are the people you have chosen to give my tax dollars to and put American lives in harms way to help? Oh hell no! Our own American government has clearly gone too far into enemy hands to misdirect our response after 9/11 into Iraq and Afghanistan where we end up helping child rapists, terrorists, and ISIS!!!

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    For fourteen years Congress has been funding this war. If they are trying to insist that they never ever heard of this, I call them liars. If they insist that they did not know, then I strongly suggest that after they have authorized or funded war that they be required to spend 6 months in the field sleeping on the ground, hearing and seeing the sounds of war from ground level. In the face of the world how do we face them? Congress knew, two soldiers reported that after taking "disciplinary action" on Afghan leadership perpetrators they were relieved of duty. I am sure people of rank of Captain contacted their Congressman. (Are'nt we tired of haring seldom little but lies from our elected officials. Have we forgotten "Mission Accomplished" for instance. So childish, but so is lying.)

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    I was dead set opposed to the Iraq invasion of 2002. A number of people asked me and I always said "Let the UN handle it." However, I agree this would have been a liability; Any force strong enough to control the Saddam regime and stop human rights violations would have had violations of its own. We could have found commando types all over the world, and assembled them as a UN force that we backed----for one percent of the invasion cost and no HUGE SCALE disruption. But they would have had discipline problems of their own. Still, we wouldn't get directly blamed.

    With Afghanistan it is much less clear. Some people have said we should not have gone in, but at least we blocked the Taliban. But for how long?? And what do we do now? I haven't seen much opinion on this specifically. I know Pat Buchanan has earned a reputation being against military invasions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC View Post
    And these are the people you have chosen to give my tax dollars to and put American lives in harms way to help? Oh hell no! Our own American government has clearly gone too far into enemy hands to misdirect our response after 9/11 into Iraq and Afghanistan where we end up helping child rapists, terrorists, and ISIS!!!

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    I believe in what they call "Regional Security Initiatives." This seems to be happening in Africa, with the African Union. The Middle Easterners T-A-L-K about it; hope they get past just the talking stage. I know though, that keeping these people out of Europe and the US, no matter what their story as long as there is no obvious sign of physical abuse, is what we have to do for our own Regional Security Initiative!! As a start, at least. Maybe if a single mother's hand is cut off, or her head scarred we should help. We could give money and settle them in Jordan or Turkey and send our volunteer doctors to them, which is what we are already doing anyway.

    Oh, BTW William thanks for your dedication and like they say where Sarah Palin comes from:
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    This is the worst scandal in the history of the US military.

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    Afghan practice of sexually abusing boys making the national news

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 22, 2015
    I had been wondering why a series of older guest posts written by one of our readers was jumping to the top of our list of most-read posts this week, and now I know. Watching Greta just now I learned that the US military is coming under fire for supposedly telling our men in Afghanistan to ignore the fact that our Afghan allies are abusing young boys (considered a cultural practice).

    Afghan boys are vulnerable to abuse in a country where women are off-limits because of Islamic shariah law.

    If you have never heard of Bacha Bazi I urge you to read the four part series by reader ‘Pungentpeppers’ posted earlier this year. You might actually start with the 4th post in the series (and then follow links to numbers 1, 2, and 3). The 4th is entitled:

    Bacha Bazi and Islam: Devilish Deception, The Mullah’s Response, and Beyond Heaven’s Pearly Gates

    Please follow the links back to the previous posts. ‘Pungentpeppers’ wrote the series because the horrific practice is entering the US and Australia (elsewhere?) with the Afghan refugees. Here is a note from me at the time:

    This is the 4th in a series of guest posts by ‘Pungentpeppers’ about Bacha Bazi, the Afghan pedophile practice targeting boys that has made its way to the West (including possibly to the US). Go here, here, and here to see the previous reports. Part II (Australia grapples with Bacha Bazi compulsive predators) was our top post last week.

    One more in a long list of reasons why diversity is not so beautiful.

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    Australia grapples with Bacha Bazi compulsive predators

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 1, 2015

    Editor: This is another important guest post from ‘Pungentpeppers.’ If you are new to Refugee Resettlement Watch and think you can dismiss this horror story because it is in faraway Australia, think again! It has happened right here in America and reminds us of the dangers of falling for cultural relativism and that the old tired line about diversity bringing us strength is propaganda. We have enough child predators of our own, we don’t need to be importing more and then excusing them because these acts aren’t criminal ones where they come from!

    See Part One, “In the West: A Modern Form of Afghan “Bacha Bazi” Pedophilia? for arrest of Qayed Shareef, a California CEO, and the insidious Afghan practice of targeting boys for sexual abuse called Bacha Bazi.


    Map depicts Melbourne suburbs of Geelong and Dandenong where the sexual crimes occurred.

    Australia grapples with Bacha Bazi compulsive predators

    Around the time Qayed Shareef was role playing with 9- and 10-year olds via the internet in the U.S., Afghan natives Ali Jaffari and Omid Roshan were on the prowl in Australia’s Greater Melbourne area. As events build on each other, Australia wakens.

    TIMELINE:

    2010 – Ali Jaffari, aged 30+, arrives in Australia via smuggler boat. He seeks asylum and is detained 15 months.

    Jan. 2012 – Jaffari is granted a permanent protection visa.

    2012 – Omid Roshan, age 19 or 20, arrives late in the year via smuggler boat. After 1-month detention, he is granted a temporary bridging visa. Thus, two boy-seeking sexual predators are released into the general population.

    Nov. 2012Jaffari molests 12- and 13-year old boys at a swimming pool in Geelong (near Melbourne). [A number of years ago another Afghan refugee creep did something similar: as soon as Hussain Haidari was released from detention, he swooped into the Adelaide Aquatic Center where he found his 13-year-old boy prey – at the swimming pool.] Jaffari remains free pending trial.


    As an asylum seeker Jaffari was granted permanent protection by the Australian government. Photo:http://www.mako.org.au/Ali-Jaffari-n...-offender.html

    Jan. 2013Jaffari tries to kidnap a 4-year-old girl at a Geelong cricket field.Grabs her hand and starts to lead her away. He tells police, “for us is not an issue”.

    Aug. 2013 – Geelong swimming pool molestation trial. The boys testify that Jaffari approached them and, at first, was “mucking about” with them in the pool:

    One witness said things changed when he started grabbing at them, cuddling one boy, kissing him on the neck and telling him he was “sexy”. He also rubbed himself against a boy. The victim told the court Jaffari followed them to the showers, where he cornered one boy, asking him if he “wanted company”. He said Jaffari then tried to pull him out of sight of his friend. The boys fled and reported the matter to their parents.

    The court heard both suffered nightmares after the attack and one mother broke down while giving evidence, telling the court her son’s first words to her were, “I was nearly raped”. (See facebook here)

    Verdict: Jaffari found guilty on 6 counts indecent acts with child & 1 attempt.

    Sentence: NO JAIL TIME! 300 hours community service. Magistrate Ann McGarvie takes into account Jaffari’s refugee status and that he had previously spent 15 months in detention. She deems him to have low chance of reoffending (despite already facing charges for the separate kidnapping and his unknown history in Afghanistan and Pakistan). Jaffari appeals.

    November 2013. At child-stealing hearing, politically-correct Magistrate Ian von Einem says about Jaffari holding little girl’s hand and leading her away: “If a middle-aged, friendly woman did this, I doubt she’d be charged.”

    February 2014. Jaffari is reconvicted on appeal of swimming pool case. Police withdraw the child-stealing charges because Magistrate Ron Saines says he’d have trouble finding Jaffari guilty, citing “cultural differences”.


    Afghan refugee Roshan is charged with raping nine-year-old boy. Photo and story here:https://christiandefenceleague.wordp...try-rapejihad/

    March 2014
    . Afghan Omid Roshan of Dandenong (southeast Melbourne) kidnaps a 9-year-old boy from a soccer match, rapes him, and then flees the Melbourne area to Sydney. (See previous post at RRW, here) Detectives track him down and charge him with 2 counts of rape and other offenses. Roshan does not ask for bail.

    Immigration Minister Scott Morrison promises to keep the temporary visa holder in detention if the court should release him pending trial. … Meanwhile bloggers in America pick up the story of how Ali Jaffari, the other Afghan sex- and asylum-seeking predator, avoided prosecution because of “cultural differences”.

    Australian media figure and blogger Derryn Hinch is outraged. He posts a piece on “cultural insanity” showing Jaffari’s photo. He writes:

    “Apparently Jaffari is an Afghan refugee with cultural differences. Is it culturally acceptable there for adults to sexually assault children? I doubt it. But even if it were, it is abhorrent here and our laws say so.”

    Hinch’s post reaches 130,000 people. Australia’s “Pickering Post” piece on Jaffari is so popular that its servers shut down; the Facebook version logs over half a million hits. The people are roused. But Jaffari himself causes the coming commotion.

    April 4, 2014. Police spot Jaffari in a St. Kilda public library (suburban Melbourne) viewing child porn on his laptop (violent sexual images of children). April 7, a passing cyclist notices and photographs a man behaving in “a not quite right” manner near public toilets, at the rear of football changing rooms used by under-8 to 10-year old boys at Albert Park Lake Reserve (Melbourne area). Police identify the suspicious person as Jaffari and caution him. Within weeks, Jaffari is back, again hanging around the site.

    Immigration Minister Scott Morrison wants to revoke Jaffari’s permanent visa, but is stymied by Australian law. The current character test requires a “substantial criminal record” including at least a 12-month jail term, something that does not apply to Jaffari. Clearly, there is a mismatch between criminal law and immigration law. In Australia, cases involving child sexual abuse are often handled by magistrates rather than judges – shockingly, they are considered low level crimes. The magistrates who were involved in Jaffari’s cases were extremely lenient and made reckless allowances for Jaffari’s foreign origins and foreign customs — they effectively put Australian children at risk, and the Government found its hands tied. Morrison tells the public they are working on a solution.

    May 2014. A member of the public is alarmed by the potentially dangerous situation developing at Albert Park and contacts Derryn Hinch whose piece about the roaming Ali Jaffari, called “Help …. please” reaches over 170,000 Australians (here).

    Mainstream Australian press runs editorials – Herald Sun: “Send abuser back home”. Daily Telegraph: “Old tribal customs no excuse for crimes.”

    WHERE’S ALI JAFFARI? HE’S EVERYWHERE! Mass awakening of public concern follows Jaffari’s re-arrest and release on porn charges. Police investigate his behavior towards young children at footy training (Australian football practice) near Albert Park. Worried parents report seeing Jaffari loitering near a school, parks, and playground. TV and radio personality Kate Langbroek tweets that Jaffari was loitering at her children’s school and MSAC (Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre). “So there’s a pedo hanging around our kids’ school.Seriously. And at MSAC. Apparently he has ‘a right to pursue fitness’. Holy moly.” Jaffari is also seen at a Beaconsfield Parade playground where an irate parent confronts him. “A mother left shaken after she claims Jaffari followed her and her two children through Albert Park after dark, making noises and touching himself.” She is horrified he’s back at large.
    What’s to be done? How will Jaffari be kept off the streets, and out of parks, and pools, and libraries? Can he, should he, be sent back to Afghanistan? How about Derryn Hinch’s question: Is it culturally acceptable in Afghanistan for adults to sexually assault children? ….

    More to come in Part Three. Subscribe by email, so you won’t miss it!
    ***Update*** Part three is here.
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    In the West: A Modern Form of Afghan “Bacha Bazi” Pedophilia? (Part One)

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on January 28, 2015
    Update February 3rd: World Net Daily does the story, here.

    Editor: This is another excellent news analysis from ‘Pungentpeppers’ who reports that there is more to come regarding this dreadful ‘diversity is beautiful’ alert….

    The destruction of Afghanistan’s boys. Has this insidious sexual abuse come to America with the refugee population? Photo: http://www.ryot.org/bacha-bazi-afgha...stephen/912777

    A HI-TECH AFGHAN-AMERICAN CRIME: Police in California have arrested Qayed Murtaza Shareef, 39, the CEO of a technology company.Shareef allegedly engaged in ‘sexually explicit conversations’ with a pair of 9- and 10-year-old boys in Virginia, using an online texting application called Tango.

    Shareef pretended to be a teenaged boy named “Jeremy Stevens”. He acted like a film director and told the boys what sex acts he wanted them to perform with each other while he was photographing and videotaping them through a tablet they were using. He also shared adult pornography with the boys, including demonstrations of his own sexual performances.

    From ABC7 (Los Angeles):

    “He basically just started it off, ‘Hey what’s your age?’ And within an hour, took it sexual,” said prosecutor Vanessa Woods. “He sent photos and videos of himself, as well as pornographic videos.”
    Authorities say the 39-year-old then gave instructions to the boys to record each other and to him send the photos and videos.
    “He was very specifically asking them to do various sexual positions, acts, show sexual body parts,” Woods said.
    Prosecutors say the crimes allegedly started Christmas Day 2013 and lasted four days. Investigators discovered 30 different videos of sex acts after being contacted by the boy’s mother.

    The mother of one of the boys found the messages when she checked the tablet on December 30, 2013. She then notified police in Virginia. Because of the complexity of the case, requiring multiple subpoenas, the investigation took almost a year. If convicted, Shareef faces a maximum sentence of 752 years to life in state prison. He is being held on $2 million bail. There are likely more victims yet to be identified. Anyone with information should contact Orange County investigators at the Patch link below.



    THE PERPETRATOR: Born in Afghanistan, Qayed Shareef had achieved the American Dream. He arrived in the U.S. with his mother and brother when he was eleven years old. They were refugees fleeing from one of Afghanistan’s many wars. His father, who was a fighter, stayed behind. Once in California, Shareef learned to speak English with barely a trace of an accent. He became an expert in internet media advertising and technology and worked his way up to be the CEO of Adaptive Media, a publicly traded corporation he founded based in Irvine, California. He also married and became a father. He has since been terminated from his job.

    “BACHA BAZI”: Growing up in Afghan society, Shareef must have witnessed Bacha Bazi – if he wasn’t a victim of it himself. “Bacha Bazi” means “Boy Play” and it is pervasive and deeply rooted in Afghanistan’s tribal culture where women are taboo and must remain hidden. Bacha Bazi is sometimes portrayed as men acting something like our “drag queens”, but Afghan style, and they dance at parties. That’s a whitewash of the insidious and sinister nature of Bacha Bazi.

    Young boys become drawn into the play acting – and much more than dancing is involved. Usually the boys are poor and vulnerable in some way. Perhaps Shareef, with an absent father, fell into the trap.

    The boys who are abused are generally between the ages of 8 and 16 – or the ages of Shareef’s victims. They are forced to dress like women, dance like women, and perform sexually in the place of women. Once they mature and their beards starts to grow, they are expected to switch roles and start acting like men. Often they themselves go on to obtain their own boys to abuse, and thus continue the cycle. Commonly, a newly-matured former boy marries the daughter of his own abuser, in order that the father could maintain his sexual relationship with him.

    “As a culture that has repeatedly allowed the victimisation of young men by their elders, and turned survivors into abusers, Afghanistan has unleashed multiple generations of predators and traumatised young men.” [See “Hand Covers Bruise …” Link below.]
    At least one of those Afghan predators found his way to Australia. …… To Be Continued.
    ***Update*** See Part 2 here and Part 3 here.

    For readers wishing to learn more, here are the links for this shocking story:
    Patch: Tech CEO from Aliso Viejo Charged with Sexually Assaulting Children
    http://patch.com/california/lagunani...lting-children
    Informative video on the case, showing the perpetrator being interviewed for a business news segment. Irvine CEO Accused Of Trading Sex Videos With Boys In Virginia. (Note, Shareef was not caught in a “sting” operation.)
    http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2015/...s-in-virginia/
    CEO of Irvine company facing child sex charges – with video.
    http://abc7.com/news/ceo-of-irvine-c...harges/488811/
    Hand Covers Bruise: The Destruction of Afghanistan’s Boys. Excellent recent piece about the pervasiveness of Bacha Bazi in Pashtun Afghan culture:
    http://www.ryot.org/bacha-bazi-afgha...stephen/912777
    Video about Bacha Bazi in Mazar-e-Sharif, Northern Afghanistan, 6 min.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu9a5cUwS1Y
    BBC report about Bacha Bazi – in Persian.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/persian/afghani..._on_bachabaazi

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wor...ilia-part-one/

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    It is a Muslim thing...
    Part Three: A Culturally Clever, Bacha Bazi Predator


    Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 3, 2015

    Editor: This series of guest columns by ‘Pungentpeppers’ about refugees who are also child predators has been wildly popular. Part II went through the roof yesterday via facebook. Below is the next installment as we pick up the story of perhaps Australia’s most infamous pedophile. (You may want to read Part I first about America’s own Bacha Bazi predator.)

    Part Three: A Culturally Clever, Bacha Bazi Predator

    In Part Two — It’s May 2014. Child predator Omid Roshan sits behind bars, but Ali Jaffari is roaming free. Melbourne residents report sightings of the Afghan sex offender. He seems to be everywhere! The public is on high alert.


    Afghan men do not think of women as sex objects, how could they when the women are covered. Woe to the young boys. Photo:http://awwproject.org/wp-content/upl...ith-burqas.jpg

    “Jaffari should not be on the streets,” child protection activists agree. But amid calls for his deportation, one Melbourne-area activist is concerned that, if Australia deports him, Jaffari will harm children in his home country. She says, “We can’t let child abuse travel.” (See the Herald Sun, here).

    But child abuse has already traveled — from Afghanistan to Australia.

    Bacha Bazi, or sexual abuse of boys, introduced in Part One of this series, is pervasive and culturally accepted in Afghanistan. The country has more pedophiles per capita than any other place on earth. It has been going on there for centuries, and is so ingrained that Afghan men do not think of women as sex objects. After all, “How can you fall in love with a woman if you can’t see her face?!”

    The abusive practice is most common among Pashtuns – perhaps as many as 50% of Pashtun men take boys for lovers – but it is also prevalent among other Afghan ethnic populations, including the groups to which our two featured sex offenders belong. Omid Roshan is likely a Tajik; while Ali Jaffari is a Hazara.


    Jaffari is not the naive and innocent bumpkin he pretends to be…

    The widespread acceptance of Bacha Bazi in his country may have given Ali Jaffari the idea that he could exploit his cultural background to evade punishment for misbehaving in Australia. Thus, after his arrest for molesting the boys in the pool, two months later he feigns innocence and disingenuously tells police in Geelong, as he is stopped after trying to kidnap the little girl: “for us is not an issue”.

    Jaffari is not the naive and innocent bumpkin he pretends to be, albeit he grew up poor and uneducated in a rural part of Afghanistan’s Ghazni province. After his father was shot dead in 2003 (Jaffari was in his mid-20’s), his family fled to Pakistan. Although the odds were stacked against him, Jaffari found opportunity and exploited it to personal advantage. Motivated to travel to Indonesia, he collected the immense sum demanded by smugglers to pay for passage by boat to Australia – no small feat. During 15 months of detention, Jaffari learned the stratagems required to win permanent asylum and benefits from the Australians – and was successful.

    Given his past wins at the Australian game, it’s no surprise that during the long intervals between arrests and court appearances, the ever resourceful Ali Jaffari devises his “cultural” strategy. And the Australian magistrates, oh so understanding and wanting to be culturally aware, lap up Jaffari’s concocted tale of innocence, deprivation and loneliness — and so they fail to lock up the conniving predator who had the audacity to frighten a woman and her children by following them through a park at night, making noises and touching himself.

    Will the courts finally stop Jaffari? Or will the government step in?

    And why won’t the Afghans stop the hideous practices that bring shame to their nation? Does the reason have something to do with Islam?

    More to come, in Part Four!

    For the above photo of Jaffari:
    http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/...-1227031133286
    Here is more reading on Bacha Bazi:
    Pervasiveness of Bacha Bazi in Afghanistan
    “Stop Enabling Pedophilia”
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/amitai...b_1183408.html
    “Afghanistan’s Dirty Little Secret”
    http://www.sfgate.com/opinion/articl...et-3176762.php
    “Bacha Bazi: An Afghan Tragedy”
    http://foreignpolicy.com/2013/10/28/...fghan-tragedy/
    U.S. State Department calls child abuse “endemic”, child sexual abuse “pervasive”, and notes most child sexual abusers are “not arrested.”
    “Afghanistan Executive Summary”
    http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/186669.pdf
    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wor...bazi-predator/
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