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Tongkatali.org's Hunting in the Muslim world


By Serge Kreutz


My first Muslim girl was a Somali student (or so she claimed) in Nairobi. In the Northeastern quarter of Africa, girls are radically circumcised. She didn't have a clitoris, or any genital lips; just a hole. And unlike women who have not been genitally mutilated, she didn't have gentle relationships on her mind. I have never known another woman as wild in bed as she.

She definitely was beautiful; some Somali girls and women are among the most beautiful in the world. They are a little darker than Arab women, usually with finer noses. They are a world apart from the Bantu in Kenya or Uganda.

However, it was less her beauty that attracted me, but rather the fact that she was a Muslim. I was excited about this. Like almost all North American and Western European men, I thought it would be impossible to score with a Muslim girl.

Most Americans and Europeans wrongly assume a much higher degree of moral coherence in the Muslim world than there actually is. For one thing, not every citizen in a Muslim country, and not every person who nominally is a Muslim, is a true believer in God.

Like in Christian countries, in Muslim countries, too, the percentage of women who are genuine believers is probably higher than the percentage of men. This probably has to do with male and female testosterone levels. In any human society, you will likely find more fearful females than fearful males. Men are more prone to be taken over by aggression, and when our levels of aggressiveness are high enough, fear is minimized.

Being religious has a lot to do with being fearful. Fear of death, and fear of what might happen after death. Fear that nothing at all may happen after death, and fear that something bad may await us: the purgatory.

However, while in Muslim countries, the number of true believers, especially among men, is much lower than the number of those who nominally are Muslims, a large number of those who are no genuine believers will nevertheless strongly identify themselves as Muslim because of the social order, which the religion installs and protects.

Men in Muslim countries have a much easier time to identify with their religion and to be men at the same time. For example, Muslim community leaders are always married, and in some countries to more than one woman in one household, and they often have a lot of children.

On the contrary, to be a Catholic community leader is fit for castrates, or impotent men, or feminized homosexuals. Throughout Christian history, the most manly men have always been suspected to lack in Christian piety. If these men would indeed have been truly pious, they would become or have become monks: soft-spoken, weakish, and asexual.

Most people in the Christian world aren't, but we have to be aware that Christians, Muslims, and Jews pray to the same God. (I don't pray to God; I prey on women.)

For Christians, Muslims, and Jews, Abraham's pact with God is the event that initiated their religion. They follow the Ten Commandments. Muslims even believe in Jesus, and don't doubt God's interference in the way Mary conceived. However, they regard Jesus only as a prophet, not as part of the Holy Trinity. To them, Jesus is not God. There is only one God. It's not that his name would be Allah. Sentences that state that Christians pray to God, and Muslims pray to Allah, are semantic nonsense.

Christians and Muslims alike pray to the God with whom Abraham made his contract. Muslims, even more so than Christians, consider him the only God. So, for both religions, it's not a matter of your god and my god. Because for both religions, as well as the Jewish faith on which they have built, there is only one God, he doesn't need a name, and doesn't have one. It just happens that "Allah" is the Arab word for "God".

Even I, as a non-believer, can understand this.

And I have learned about religions, just as I have learned languages. I hunt girls and women in exotic places. The more exotic the place, the more rewarding the conquest.

And, after language, religion is probably the most defining element in a people's life.

I like to have Muslim girls in bed. Compared to Buddhist girls and Christian girls, they generally have a more honest approach to relationships satisfaction, and even the female climax.

Am I nuts? Yes, no. Yes, my audience primarily are North Americans and Northwestern Europeans... parts of the world where English is the main means of communication (though I myself am German).

No, I am not nuts.

I just believe in investigating an issue before making a judgment. Islam is a red cloth to most Americans and European, especially American and European men, because they feel totally excluded (especially from competing for Muslim females).

But the barrier is easy to cross; very easy, indeed.

Look at me. My only genuine interest is in bedding beautiful girls, preferably of the kind that is temporarily bonded to me by love, and (for hygienic and other reasons) is rather exclusive to me.

I don't really care what relationship she has to God, or gods, or whether she prefers praying in an upright position, or kneeing, or while standing on her head. I want her to part her legs. For me. Not for others.

I am not at all religious. I don't care about God or gods. But I am a practical man. If it makes the lady happy, or if it is a necessity in order to lay her in the first place, I can profess (and have professed) to any religion that is en vogue where and with whom I am. Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Communism, or "relationships and drugs and rock 'n roll", it's all the same to me. In these issues, I am a total opportunist.

But this article is not about pop culture; it is about hunting in the Muslim world. And if hunting in the Muslim world, it makes perfect sense to pretend to be one of them.

No, you don't have to pretend to be an expert Muslim. And you don't have to be an expert Muslim in order to be accepted. Actually, as an alleged newcomer to the faith, you will likely even be shown more affection by your "Muslim brothers" than if you were an expert (who, so the locals could suspect, has come to lead them on, or off, the "right path").

It is very, very easy indeed to become a Muslim. All that is required is that you, as an adult male, have been circumcised, and that you utter, in front of a Muslim community leader, the Muslim profession of faith. That's just two lines, spoken in Arabic, that you attest to the fact that there is no god but God, and that Mohammed is his messenger. There will be a kind of ritual washing, quite similar in atmosphere to a Christian baptism, and then: here you go, my "Muslim brother".

It will take a bit longer until you will have memorized Muslim prayers and until you can truly perform and participate in the prayer rituals, but after you have formally entered the faith, you are fully accepted, and fathers, especially if they also can reasonably expect material benefits, will happily hand over a daughter to you as your faithful Muslim wife (expecting that this will also stabilize your faith).

Ooops. You didn't really intend to get married. You have been looking for something rather temporary. You also want other girls. Lots of them.

So, where's the problem?

Don't be narrow-minded! You can have it all (assuming you have the means; but you don't have to be terribly rich).





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