“Wonderful” report on HIV in Iran from Breitbart:
Iran's HIV cases top 12,000
Some 12,556 people in Iran are infected with the HIV virus, 631 of whom have already developed AIDS, according to the health ministry's latest figures reported by a student news agency.
Based on the statistics reported the news agency ISNA, the age range of 25-34 with 3,800 cases accounts for the highest rate of infection and most of the reported cases are men, with 11,875, compared to 681 women.
The report put the number of dead at 1,457.
Intravenous drug use is still the main cause of infection at 62.3 percent, followed by unknown causes with 27.9 percent and sexual contact at 7.4 percent.
The official number of the country's infected was 10,265 in April.
But with testing facilities limited and shunned sufferers often unwilling to come forward, experts estimate that as many as 40,000 people may be HIV positive.
The bodies of the terrorists fighting in Iraq are sometimes autopsied and frequently show Opiate usage. A taste of heaven to the ignorant cannon fodder perhaps.As for “sexual contact”, this article does a wonderful job of explaining Islam's schizophrenic mind-set when dealing with homosexuality. Far from being a sin over there, it is rampant. After all, Yasser Arafat died from AIDS although no one will ever admit that officially…
“I just called the microphone monitoring center to ask about the 'Fedayee,'” Arafat's code name, explained Munteaunu. “After the meeting with the Comrade, he went directly to the guest house and had dinner. At this very moment, the 'Fedayee' is in his bedroom making love to his bodyguard. The one I knew was his latest lover. He's playing tiger again. The officer monitoring his microphones connected me live with the bedroom, and the squawling almost broke my eardrums. Arafat was roaring like a tiger, and his lover yelping like a hyena.”
Munteaunu continued: “I've never before seen so much cleverness, blood and filth all together in one man.”
He also wrote an overview of Arafat's politics here.
Religion of Peace? More like a culture of hypocracy, shame and fear.Posted by DaveH at January 2, 2006 09:13 PM | TrackBack