Is this a move by the left fascists over at NPR to normalize Muhammad's pedophilia, and more specifically his six year old wife Aisha? Hard to know, but in any case, this is really perverted, sick and inexcusable.
Aline writes, "The NPR program Weekend Edition Sunday just broadcast a eulogy of a Somali poet who in the 1930s fell in love with a NINE year old girl and started reciting "explicit" poems about her. His infatuation lasted a lifetime. This poet is highly regarded in Somalia, and by NPR staff, of course".
I quote parts of the transcript for you: "Somalia Lovesick Baker and the Girl he Never Had".
"Lovesick. That word best describes one of Somalia's most celebrated modern poets. Elmi Bodheri was a poor baker who is said to be the first Somali man to die from love."
"Under the bakery's low ceiling, within ochre-colored walls, over a high counter worn smooth by a million touches, an ardor was born like no other."
"Aw Gedi says the language Bodheri used was too explicit for the times. Back then, if a Muslim poet wanted to touch a woman's bosom, for instance, he'd write about wanting to pluck an apple from a tree in her neighborhood."
"Bodheri was somewhere around 30 years old. Hodhan was reportedly 9. But Abdullah Mohamed Ali, the mayor of Berbera, says the age difference between Bodheri and Hodhan wasn't the problem. It was society."
Here is the full transcript for you.
This goes beyond "multicultural" and beyond "cultural relativism".. This is completely sick and extremely offensive.
NPR has been on a social engineering track for a long time, but ever since the Obama campaign, it seem to be getting out of control.
Contact the pervs at NPR and let them know this is socially reprehensible and unacceptable (lest your child be an object of some pig's affection). We wouldn't want to encourage or sanction such behavior, eh?