British Muslim preacher says it is 'permissible' under Islam to have sex slaves
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Ali Hammuda is a British Muslim Imam (priest) who spreads his message at a mosque where three known Jihads worshiped before they joined ISIS.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Hamuda is believed to have radicalized the three young men, Nasser Muthana, 20, Reyaad Khan, 20, and Aseel Muthana, 17.
Hammuda also has a history of gathering teenagers to quietly spread messages divined from their prophet Mohammed.
His interpretations include the acceptable practice of owning women as slaves, which he uses to entice overly hormonal young men.
One of his speeches was recorded while the UK was investigating the television company he worked for. Hardcash Productions was believed to be related to jihadism, which led officials to the following recording:
"One of the interpretations as to what this means is that towards the end of time there will be many wars like what we are seeing today," Hammuda explained.
"And because of these wars women will be taken as captives, as slaves, yeah, women will be taken as slaves. And then her master has relations with her because this is permissible in Islam: it's permissible to have relations with a woman who is your slave or your wife.
"The one I think is strongest is that towards the end of time you will see a lot of Muslims disobeying their mothers and fathers...you see children speaking to their mothers and fathers as if they are your slave."
According to the IBT Times, Muslims often claim theirs is a religion of peace and the women proclaim their use of veils is to remain conservative.
Many claim Islam requires Muslims to obey the laws of the country they live in, which in much of the world means sex slaves are both illegal and unethical.
Meanwhile, other Muslims proclaim Islam allows slavery, which is a direct violation of human rights.
Imam Shahid Raza, one of Britain's leading Islamic clerics, told Daily Mail the Hadith Hammuda interpreted "is interpreted as justifying sexual slavery only by Daesh types.
"You have to realize that slavery is both banned in Islam and also banned by the law of the land."
While the world remains uncertain of which is the "true" teaching of Islam, the fact remains that the radicalized factions have been spreading terror and exacting torture on men, women and children around the world.
After learning of the criticisms behind his interpretations, Hammuda claimed the recordings were taken out of context and said: "I have lectured on this a number of times, including dedicating a number of Friday sermons to the condemnation of this evil phenomena.
"The undercover recording and quotations referred to seem to have been deliberately taken out of context to portray a religious perspective that I do not ascribe to."
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