Hadith: Mohammed the Necrophile

Hadith Lesson of the month:from Infidel Blog: ibloga.blogspot.co.uk

Mohammed the NecrophileJust lately Zakariah Boutros has been saying the Muslim prophet Muhammad had engaged in necrophilia and gay sex, yet no one is taking much interest, the same as few years back when I had this up at my blog.necrophilia Pathological attraction to dead bodies. Pathological fascination with death.necrophile One who is subject to necrophilia.In ancient Egypt, there is record of the treatment of the bodies of young women that were set out to decompose for a few days before being delivered to embalmers. This practice originated from the need to discourage the men performing the funerary customs from having sexual interest in their charges. Herodotus writes in The Histories that, to discourage intercourse with a corpse, Ancient Egyptians left deceased beautiful women to decay for “three or four days” before giving them to the embalmers.In some societies the practice was enacted owing to a belief that the soul of an unmarried woman would not find peace; among the Kachin of Myanmar, versions of a marriage ceremony were held to lay a dead virgin to rest, which would involve intercourse with the corpse. Similar practices obtained in some pre-modern Central European societies when a woman who was engaged to be married died before the wedding

Now let us take a look at that ‘buggery‘ old ‘lecher’ ,

Mohammed the prophet of the muslims

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