Egypt's Sick Child Porn Trade
A CairoScene investigation has uncovered a 77,000 fan-strong Arabic Facebook page, sexually objectifying children, flooded with sickening posts, comments and image swapping.
A CairoScene investigation has uncovered a sickening child sex abuse ring operating in Egypt. The twisted Facebook page entitled 'Young Arab Beauty' features pictures of innocent pre-teen children and young teenagers in a series of sexually suggestive poses. The page which has lurked under the surface for more than a year came to light following a CairoScene probe into the Arab world's shocking child pornography trade.
The vile ring, which already harbours more than 77,000 perverts, appears to be mostly Egypt-based although some users have listed locations as far away as Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon. Meanwhile, the ring leaders behind the page are even attempting to expand their reach by encouraging perverts to spread the word about the sickening collection of images.
The shocking child porn page features stomach-churning comments on the photos and videos which feature both Arab and western children.
It is unclear whether the perpetrators of the acts are strangers or perhaps even relatives of the young kids. However, it seems the sickening videos are not enough as many users are requesting further child abuse clips with even intent on luring young kids to make their warped fantasies a reality.
One user posted: "Here's a video of this small girl dancing in her car with the cutest short shorts."
Meanwhile another added: "Does someone have any pictures or videos of young girls? Let's trade."
And another depraved monster simply added: "Who has kids porn? I wish I could fuck girls that age."
One sick user even offered to post a video of his 13-year-old sister if fellow users liked a picture of the innocent girl. The site's administrator posted: "Here's a picture of Omar's sister, she's 13 years old. Isn't she cute? If it gets more than 100 likes he'll send us a video. ;)"
Disturbingly the site includes both male and female users. One female member wrote: "My vagina is on fire," below a picture of a young girl who appeared no older than 10.
Unsurprisingly most of the users appear to use anonymous accounts specifically designed to indulge their sick perversions. This revelation will leave many concerned about the identity of anonymous paedophiles in Egypt, a country which does not currently hold a list of sex offenders. Child sexual abuse has long been a problem in Egypt, however societal pressure means that the issue is often covered up or ignored, leaving many children trapped in a living hell with no opportunity for escape.
The problem is compounded by outdated law enforement practices which often do little to help the innocent victims of sexual abuse. Following our investigation we reported the site to Facebook moderators in the hope of putting an end to even a fraction of the perverted trade. However, at the time of writing our pleas have so far been ignored.
UPDATE: The page was finally removed following the publication of this article.