Skip to comments.The Ayatollah Under the Bed(sheets)
Posted on 06/19/2012 3:46:26 PM PDT by Renfield
In his 1961 religious treatise A Clarification of Questions (Towzih al-Masael), Khomeini issued detailed pronouncements on issues ranging from sodomy ("If a man sodomizes the son, brother, or father of his wife after their marriage, the marriage remains valid") to bestiality ("If a person has intercourse with a cow, a sheep, or a camel, their urine and dung become impure and drinking their milk will be unlawful"). As a young boy growing up in the American Midwest, I remember being both horrified and bewildered after coming across these precise passages in a translated volume of Khomeini's sayings I found in our Persian émigré home....
(Excerpt) Read more at foreignpolicy.com ...
Indeed, Khomeini's religious prescriptions are often the butt of jokes among Iran's post-revolutionary generations. "I've never even seen a camel in Tehran," prominent Iranian cartoonist Nikahang Kowsar told me, "let alone been tempted to have sex with one."...
“If a person has intercourse with a cow, a sheep, or a camel, their urine and dung become impure”
Wait, so as long as nobody has sex with them, the urine and dung are “pure”?
For a truly hilarious essay on this issue from the great Mark Steyn.
LOL! Mark Steyn is awesome!
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