Ah, Newsweek. Ah, those whacky Pakis*.

From Newsweek's Pakistan Editor in Chief. And no, this is authentic — no one hacked his account.

But who are we to judge another culture? White privilege! White privilege!

 Easy to see why newsweek was sold for a dollar last year.   The comment was Ahmed’s take on the current furore in Pakistan surrounding the rape and murder of  12 children  as young as 6 years old by a serial killer in the city of Kasur.     The sexual abuse of children will always exist. You can never eliminate it. Sometimes it leads to great art. So there’s also that.    — Fasih Ahmed (@therealfasih)  January 23, 2018      The Newsweek journalist also appeared to think it was a good thing that the killer’s victims were all female,  tweeting : “On the bright side, at least he’s straight.”    He explained, “Straight better than not. From an Islamic perspective” in another tweet,  adding : “Men are superior than women in Islam. Damaging boys who become men would ruin society as we know it.”

Easy to see why newsweek was sold for a dollar last year.

The comment was Ahmed’s take on the current furore in Pakistan surrounding the rape and murder of 12 children as young as 6 years old by a serial killer in the city of Kasur.

The sexual abuse of children will always exist. You can never eliminate it. Sometimes it leads to great art. So there’s also that.

— Fasih Ahmed (@therealfasih) January 23, 2018

The Newsweek journalist also appeared to think it was a good thing that the killer’s victims were all female, tweeting: “On the bright side, at least he’s straight.”

He explained, “Straight better than not. From an Islamic perspective” in another tweet, adding: “Men are superior than women in Islam. Damaging boys who become men would ruin society as we know it.”

* From "Urban Dictionary" : 
Paki is also sometimes used by mistake as a short form of Pakistani. Even this is frowned upon though, as it is an indicator of a person's ignorance towards people of different cultures and nations.