Ah, Newsweek. Ah, those whacky Pakis*.

 what for you call me abuser? This is my Bride! Okay, Fifth bride, yes,that is true,  but no longer  do I fornicate with her brother, or her father's camels, and that is good, no?

what for you call me abuser? This is my Bride! Okay, Fifth bride, yes,that is true,  but no longer  do I fornicate with her brother, or her father's camels, and that is good, no?

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.