Editor's Note: CNN is committed to covering gender inequality wherever it occurs in the world. This story is part of As Equals, a year-long series. Click here for more stories like this. Hundreds of thousands of Muslim women descend on Mecca in Saudi Arabia each year to take part in the Hajj, but in recent weeks some female worshipers have told CNN they experienced incidents of sexual abuse or harassment while participating in the five-day pilgrimage. Five women told CNN they were compelled to share their stories after a Pakistani woman's account of being sexually abused at the Hajj went viral on Facebook last month. That post since deleted prompted an outpouring of similar stories from female pilgrims on social media.
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Classical Islamic law allowed men to have sexual intercourse with their female slaves. Many female slaves became concubines to their owners and bore their children. Others were just used for sex before being transferred. The allowance for men to use contraception with female slaves assisted in thwarting unwanted pregnancies. Early sources indicate that sexual slavery of women was viewed as both a male privilege and a privilege for the victor over the defeated. Islamic legal texts state that sexual pleasure was a male privilege over women. Men were permitted to have as many concubines as they could afford.
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Wild sex parties are being held at top hotels leaving suites covered faeces, and bosses are blaming multi-millionaire Saudi Arabians. Workers from hotels in London, Bahrain and Paris have spoken out against the alleged parties that they have to clean up. The orgies usually take place in penthouses and presidential suites involving both male and female.
Exposing them is normally considered sinful. Exposing intimate parts when needed, such as going to the toilet or bathing , falls under a specific set of rules. Precisely which body parts must be covered varies between different schools of Islamic thought.