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A shameless business of teenage rape or Bacha-bazi has brought disgrace and shame to Afghan society. The tradition of teenage rape and playboy is an old tradition in Northern and Southern provinces. The playboy tradition has roots in Afghan history. President Hamid Karzai, in his recent statement warned that rapists should face "the country's most severe punishment. Corruption in the Afghan justice system is another problem. Courts are helpless before war criminals.
Judges are the most corrupt people who bail or release criminal and receive millions in Afghan currency. Local residents now have demanded for a crackdown against these elements, but are skeptical because criminals are powerful and well-armed. War criminals have representations in Afghan parliament and in government institutions. Why this illegal business took deep roots after the fall of the Taliban regime in ? Afghan men of letters understand that both unemployment and poverty are the main motivators for the revival of the business of Bacha-bazi in Afghanistan.
Recruitment of young and without beard and beautiful boys is in progress. Powerful and wealthy warlords in Northern Afghanistan, according to press reports, recruit young boys for sex and dance, while local authorities remain powerless in stopping the practice.
Bacha-bereesh of ages 15 to 20 are normally dressed in women cloths, dancing all the night then abused by several men. A former warlord in Kunduz province told Afghan press reporters that normally criminals first select boys in the village and later on they try to trick them into coming with them. The boys get a monthly allowance, and in return they can have them any time they want.
Last week, an Afghan student from Northern Afghanistan informed this author by an e-mail that in midnight while the dance is over, the boys are frequently shared by war criminals with close friends for sexual favors.