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Posted on 12/30/2010 12:48:38 PM PST by New Jersey Realist
Massive inbreeding within the Muslim culture during the last 1.400 years may have done catastrophic damage to their gene pool. The consequences of intermarriage between first cousins often have serious impact on the offspring's intelligence, sanity, health and on their surroundings
The most famous example of inbreeding is in ancient Egypt, where several Pharaonic dynasties collapsed after a couple of hundred years. In order to keep wealth and power within the family, the Pharaohs often married their own sister or half-sister and after a handful of generations the offspring were mentally and physically unfit to rule.
Another historical example is the royal houses of Europe where royal families often married among each other because tradition did not allow them to marry people of non-royal class.
The high amount of mentally retarded and handicapped royalties throughout European history shows the unhealthy consequences of this practice. Luckily, the royal families have now allowed themselves to marry for love and not just for status.
The Muslim culture still practices inbreeding and has been doing so for longer than any Egyptian dynasty. This practice also predates the world's oldest monarchy (the Danish) by 300 years.
A rough estimate shows that
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And thus explains Mohammed. He must have married himself....after marrying countless little girls. Funny thing is that he’s still screwing his people.
Now isn’t this interesting?
Are there laws now against marrying first cousins or closer in predominantly Islamic countries or does this practice continue? Anyone know?
This is correct. Inbreeding is a real problem
Well, on the bright side, all the inbreeding gives the Palestinians plenty of disabled children to use as human bombs.
Never mind. That’s what I get for not reading the article first lol.
No. Just the opposite. And Muslims in England and the U.S. often send their children back to their home countries to marry their cousins and bring them back here.
First cousins on the male side are preferred. It was intended to keep tribes together.
According to the Book of Jubilee, it was okay.
No wonder England is so screwed up. They have Prince Charley and a large musmlim population.
Hard to believe any laws prohibit this. My understanding is that it is not only permitted, but encouraged—if not expected.
Islam is full of retards, who knew?
When I lived in Egypt it was still common for 2nd and 3rd cousins to marry....but I don’t know how to quantify that (I’ve never studied the sociology behind it). 1st cousin marriages were not as common.....but it still happened nonetheless.
I left in 1989.
Currently that is a far higher separation than you'll find in America in any group.
I am not aware of European royals having a high incidence of disability ~ maybe the Dutch Royals, but that's because they're stupid.
Happens to the beautiful people in a high school, too. Jocks, cheerleaders and student body officers inbreed, and pretty soon you’ve got to assemble 20 in a room to get a cumulative IQ over 100.
Question for all you Islamic scholars trolling FR: if a muslim man divorces his wife is she still his sister?
How about FDR?
Revealed: the inbreeding that ruined the Hapsburgs
Dynasty that dominated Europe for more than 500 years was undone by incest, study finds
By Steve Connor
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
The Hapsburg dynasty was one of the most important and influential royal families in Europe dating back more than 500 years and producing rulers in Austria, Hungary, Belgium, the Netherlands and the German empire. Then, in 1700, it suffered a sudden demise of its Spanish branch. Now scientists believe they have come up with a definitive explanation.
A study of the extended family tree
of the House of Hapsburg has found that the last Spanish Hapsburg king, Charles II, was the offspring of a marriage that was almost as genetically inbred as an incestuous relationship between a brother and sister or parent and child.
It has been pointed out that this was common amongst British only a generation ago. If not an immediate cousin, they married “the boy next-door,” which had the same effects because of the many intertwined links.
It's also related to the Islamic practice of mahr (bride-price), where the husband is supposed to pay a dowry to get his wife. If he marries his first cousin on his father's side, the money stays within the family.
You're also right about tribal cohesion. A wife from another tribe might produce divided loyalty in her kids.
File under "Ya think?"