Muslim Statistics (Pornography)
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Here are the Muslim countries and how they placed in the top five world ranking of various bestiality-related internet search terms:
Donkey Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Iran (No. 3) Saudi Arabia (No. 4)
Dog Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Saudi Arabia (No. 3)
Cat Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Iran (No. 2) Egypt (No. 3) Saudi Arabia (No. 4)
Horse Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Turkey (No. 3)
Cow Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Iran (No. 2) Saudi Arabia (No. 4)
Goat Sex: Pakistan (No. 1)
Animal Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Morocco (No. 2) Iran (No. 4) Egypt (No. 5)
Snake Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Malaysia (No. 3) Indonesia (No. 4) Egypt (No. 5)
Monkey Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Indonesia (No. 3) Malaysia (No. 4)
Bear Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Saudi Arabia (No. 2)
Elephant Sex: Pakistan (No. 1) Egypt (No. 3) United Arab Emirates (No. 4) Malaysia (No. 5)
Fox Sex: Saudi Arabia (No. 1) Turkey (No. 4)
Arabic is the 2nd most common language that is used to search for “gay sex.” It’s the number one language for search involving “sexy.” As you can see in that same graph, Iran is at 3 and Egypt is at 4, listed under regions where search on “sexy” was most conducted.
Arabic is the 2nd most common language that is used to search for “gay man.” The countries that most search for this is currently Malaysia (#1) and Indonesia (#2). For “gay girl,” Arabic is also the 2nd most common language.
For “child porn,” Turkey is the 2nd country where this is most searched. Turkish is the #1 language used.
Turkey has one of the most searches for the word “porno.” Morocco is at 5. Turkish is #1 language used to conduct the search in. Indonesia is currently #1 country that search for the word “vagina.”
Turkey is not an Arab country, nor are some of the other countries I listed. But they are Muslim, so I thought the findings were fascinating to say the least. All of this information is not in the least bit shocking, but it’s quite ironic.
What do you guys think?
Egypt is currently #1 for “fat sex.”
Pakistan, Morocco, Turkey and Egypt are at the top of the list when it comes to “animal sex.”
For “children sex,” Pakistan is at #1, Egypt #2 and Iran #3. The most common languages used to conduct the search in are Arabic and Turkish.
For “sexy children,” these results are probably the most disturbing. Pakistan, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, followed by Turkey at #9.
For “sexy child,” Pakistan is #1, followed by Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey. Common languages are Persian, Arabic, and Turkish.
For “homo sex,” Indonesia is #1, Morocco is at 6.
For “rape,” Pakistan is at 1. Malaysia is at 3.
For “bird sex,” Egypt is at 1. (Come ON!)For “ass sex,” Saudi Arabia comes first, followed directly by Egypt and Morocco. Most common language is Arabic.
According to Google Trends (December 2011), the term "Sex" is being searched mostly by people in Muslim countries:
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The five most visited porn sites in Egypt rank at numbers 15, 23, 29, 67, 83, with two X-rated sites appearing in the country’s top 25 most-browsed sites, the Anaween Arabic news website reported. 
In contrast to Egypt (15) and Tunisia (14), the highest ranking porn site in the US at the time was 42.
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As for the United States, the top 25 websites were taken by usual G-rated suspects like Pinterest, Amazon and eBay. The first porn site, Pornhub.com, registered at number 42.
Mohabat News, the Iranian Christian News Agency, citing a Radio Zamaneh report from the Fars news agency, reports that Ebrahim Bayani, a senior official of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, told a meeting of IRGC commanders and administrators that the Revolutionary Guards Cyber Army has established that among internet users from 182 countries, Iranians made the highest number of visits to "immoral sites" on Ashura Day.Bayani added that these "alarming statistics" and the use of satellites mean "we cannot expect the youth of the country to have any motivation to fast or go to mosque."
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According to site statistics, last month there were over 2,000 hits from Riad, the capital of Saudi Arabia. The average time a Saudi surfer spends on SexV is 17:23 minutes.Data also shows that 10 percent of the visitors to the most popular sex site in Israel, Domina, are Arabic speakers.
Pakistan ranked No. 1 in searches for "child sex," "animal sex," "rape sex," "camel sex," "dog sex," "rape video" and more.
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Google ranks Pakistan No. 1 in the world in searches for pornographic terms, outranking every other country in the world in searches per person for certain sex-related content.
Pakistan is top dog in searches per-person for "horse sex" since 2004, "donkey sex" since 2007, "rape pictures" between 2004 and 2009, "rape sex" since 2004, "child sex" between 2004 and 2007 and since 2009, "animal sex" since 2004 and "dog sex" since 2005, according to Google Trends and Google Insights, features of Google that generate data based on popular search terms.The country also is tops -- or has been No. 1 -- in searches for "sex," "camel sex," "rape video," "child sex video" and some other searches that can't be printed here.
Pakistan is ranked No. 1 every year (records starting from 2004) for searching the term ‘sex’.
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Narrowing the analytics for the search term to just 2011, Pakistan maintained the number one position, followed by India and Vietnam.
Islamabad featured in the top 10 cities worldwide to search the word ‘sex’ in September and December 2011.Provincial capital Lahore also featured in the top 10 cities for the months of January, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November and December 2011.
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Dealers at the [Rainbow] centre say they have been seeing sales grow since November.
“People no longer come here for Hollywood or Bollywood movies. They want porn,” said Afaq, who refused to share his full name. “If you ask me, almost 90% of our revenue comes from the sale of such content.”
The PTA asked eight Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to restrict access to a thousand of the most frequented porn websites. The last ISP to comply finished blocking websites last month.
The irony is that the Rainbow Centre dealers download content from the internet as well, said another shopkeeper. “It doesn’t matter if a few websites are blocked. We can still access many more.” Torrents, which are used to download movies, software and other electronic data from millions of personal computers around the world, are used for pornographic content, the dealers said.
But not everyone has the time, internet speed or patience to download entire films.
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Memon also claimed that a great deal of pornographic content is downloaded at bank branches, which shut their doors for people at 5 pm.
While Rainbow Centre is enjoying a reversal of fortunes, ISPs are facing unhappy customers. The chief marketing officer at Qubee, Hashim Sheikh, said some large ISPs took time to implement the PTA decision, which could have potentially resulted in customers switching services.
“In recent weeks, many of our normally happy customers have walked into our sales centres and said they do not want the service anymore. Now you can guess what the reason could be.”
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Kashif Azeem, the administrator of the apnabroadband portal, which is frequented by people seeking information on different ISPs, says a post related to ban on pornographic websites has received the most hits.
“So many queries are coming in. People want to know if there is any ISP which has not blocked the websites,” he said. “Everyone seems to be in favour of the ban, even if they are searching ‘how to access porn sites’.”
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 Palestinian Authority Area
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Hamas, which was elected to lead Gaza in 2007, claims the move is necessary to protect 'the fabric of Palestinian society' as more and more Palestinians are seeking adult content online.
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The pro-Hamas newspaper Felesteen wrote that the move was long overdue.
'We have learned that pornographic websites… have been receiving many views in Palestinian society over the past two years, surpassing social and news websites, including official ones like the WAFA news agency,' columnist Issam Shawar wrote.'This is a dangerous indicator which must push us to create an active plan to protect our Palestinian society.'
 Saudi Arabia
The study quoted in Arab News focussed on the phones of teenagers detained by religious police for harassing girls.
The same researcher also found that 88% of girls say they have been victims of harassment using Bluetooth technology.
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According to the Tunisian Internet site Business news, seven pornographic sites have appeared among the 100 most visited sites in the north African country since the end of censorship. Five of them are among the 50 most consulted.
- ↑ Khalid Hasan - Pakistan most sex-starved - Daily Times, May 17, 2006
- ↑ Watcher - Pakistan: Muslims Are Sex-Starved Surfers, With Bestial Interests - Eye On The World, May 18, 2006
- ↑ Esra'a (Bahrain) - Most Arabic Yahoo groups are about sex - Mideast Youth, November 9, 2007
- ↑ Sex - Google Trends, December 17, 2011
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 Porn sites appear in Islamic countries’ most-visited online rankings - Al Arabiya, November 13, 2012
- ↑ Charlie Wells - After recent ban, list shows five of Egypt’s 100 most visited websites are pornographic - New York Daily News, November 13, 2012
- ↑ Michael Ireland - Iranian web users rank highest for visits to porn sites on Holy Day - ASSIST News, August 30, 2011
- ↑ Adar Shalev - Arabs surf Israeli porn sites - Ynet News, August 22, 2007
- ↑ Kelli Morgan -No. 1 Nation in Sexy Web Searches? Call it Pornistan - Fox News, July 13, 2010
- ↑ Pakistan maintains top slot in Google search for 'sex' - The Express Tribune, December 28, 2011
- ↑ Saad Hasan - Smutty DVD sales go up as porn sites go down - The Express Tribune, January 8, 2012
- ↑ Hamas bans internet porn from Gaza Strip as Islamic hardliners crackdown on Palestinian freedoms - Mail Online, September 3, 2012
- ↑ Porn dominates Saudi mobile use - BBC News, April 25, 2007
- ↑ Tunisia court bans internet porn - Sapa-AFP, May 27, 2011
- ↑ 2 million Turks on porn websites every minute: report - Hürriyet Daily News, July 3, 2012