Are ISIS Terrorists Consumers of “HUNGARIAN RAPE PORN” ? (Adult Theme 18+)

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Monique_Covet_Hungarian Porn StarThe US State Department has accused ISIS of taking screen grabs of Hungarian pornography and claiming the images show the rape of Arab women by western soldiers.

Some claim that they are just looking at naked women and men having sex. This image of a blonde women was tweeted from an account claiming allegiance with the terrorist group.

The tweet features three images, one of a distressed, small child. The second features a woman being held by men in military fatigues and the final image shows a man in Arab dress being abused by a soldier.

In the tweet, ISIS claims that they are the ‘sole savior of millions of Sunni Muslims against Iraqi-Syria army butchers’.

In response to the ISIS tweet, the US State Department using their Think Again Turn Away social sexy-hijabmedia account said the middle rape image was taken from Hungarian porn.

The tweet claims that ISIS should ‘stop using fake photos to trick people’ into supporting their ‘lost cause’.

Wikipedia indicates that after the fall of communism in 1989, the government was eager to find

new ways of producing revenues. A post-communist constitution was introduced with no ban on pornography, and this industry presented a welcome economic opportunity.[2] The nation’s capital of Budapest in particular offered a favorable combination of “camera-compatible women, laissez-faire government regulation, fin-de-siècle scenery, and low production costs.”[3]

The venture was highly successful, and Hungary soon became one of the world’s leading manufacturers of pornography. In the popular imagination, the country has become closely associated with pornography, and the satirical newspaper The Onion in 2007 jokingly asserted that 70% of the country’s population was involved in the industry.[4] Though not so extreme, the industry is certainly central to Hungarian society and economy, relative to other countries. By 2005, 300 of the 1,200

Hungarian Porn Star

Hungarian Porn Star

pornographic films produced in Europe were of Hungarian origin.[5] In 2008, the industry generated around  636 million a year, making up around 0.5% of the country’s GDP.[6] The government sanction also secured a much more legitimate standard for the industry than in many other countries. Hungarian pornography has mostly been free from association with such social problems as organised crime and human trafficking.[7] The well-organized nature of the business has also helped prevent the spread of HIV, which has a very low prevalence in the country generally.[8]
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2839708/ISIS-accused-using-stills-Hungarian-porn-propaganda-suggested-Western-soldiers-raping-women.html#ixzz3JbYLKyqb

WWikipedia indicates that after the fall of communism in 1989, the government was eager to find new ways of producing revenues. A post-communist constitution was introduced with no ban on pornography, and this industry presented a welcome economic opportunity.[2] The nation’s capital of Budapest in particular offered a favorable combination of “camera-compatible women, laissez-faire government regulation, fin-de-siècle scenery, and low production costs.”[3]

The venture was highly successful, and Hungary soon became one of the world’s leading manufacturers of pornography. In the popular imagination, the country has become closely associated with pornography, and the satirical newspaper The Onion in 2007 jokingly asserted that 70% of the country’s population was involved in the industry.[4] Though not so extreme, the industry is certainly central to Hungarian society and economy, relative to other countries. By 2005, 300 of the 1,200hungarian rape scenepornographic films produced in Europe were of Hungarian origin.[5] In 2008, the industry generated around  636 million a year, making up around 0.5% of the country’s GDP.[6] The government sanction also secured a much more legitimate standard for the industry than in many other countries. Hungarian pornography has mostly been free from association with such social problems as organised crime and human trafficking.[7] The well-organized nature of the business has also helped prevent the spread of HIV, which has a very low prevalence in the country generally.[8]

 

 

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