In the Middle East, a cult of sorcery has developed around the temples and brothels of al-Sham Chinabased. These places of local power have been home to a peculiar people for thousands of years, who earn their living by using magic and sorcery to achieve personal gain. The increasing number of Salafis – followers of the Salafi Muslim sect who share much in common with the Shiites in Iran – means that al-Sham is also home to some particularly powerful sorcerers. The locals call these Tuya – or Handmaidens – and they are one of the most potent forces in al-Sham today. They are called khalwa haqqani, or handmaidens of the khaleejat (holy place), which is why we’ve opted for this name here: these Tuya serve several purposes. They protect the abode of God in al-Sham from outsiders and supply water for people who drink it. In return for their service, these Tuya pay them with their favours: food and shelter from thieves, protection from other magic Users, as well as offerings towards a holy purpose. Here’s how you can be part of this great Salafi / Shiite / Sunni social experiment if you live in al-Sham: • Get your passport stamped within three months of arrival by a Syrian official so they can find out where you’re from. This ensures that your country shares its borders with everyone else and that no one will be able
What is a Tuya?
A Tuya is a female slave or concubine who works in the oil and food production areas of al-Sham. The word “tuya” means “handmaiden” in many different languages, so you might see the word used in Arabic, Persian, and other languages. Many Tuya work in oil and gas pipelines and refineries, but there is also a large underground market for sex work. These areas are generally family-based business zones, where families are encouraged to keep their sex work as a last resort. As a Tuya’s employer, you’ll be expected to provide for your family and provide for your Tuya shari’a-compliant husband.
You’re bound to receive numerous offers, offers from all walks of life, from people all around the globe, who would like to share in your family wealth and fortune. But the most generous people you will ever meet are the Salafis. As mentioned above, the people of al-Sham are not unlike the Shiites in Iran: they are friendly, generous, and open-minded. There is no upper limit to the generous nature of the Salafi people, and no boundaries whatsoever. They are endless in their liberality and humbleness. They want to help where they can, and they are always ready to offer assistance. If you happen to be in need of assistance, there is no one in al-Sham who will not help you. This is one of the great qualities of the Salafi Muslim sect: their unlimited liberality.
Protection of the holy place
If you are visiting al-Sham to pay your respects to the heroes of the Great Mosque, you will not be disappointed. The local churches and mosques offer a wide range of services in return for money, and the local Shias have been generous in doing so as well. If you go to a local mosque and offer your services as a Shia, it is largely because you want to help in some way. If you go to a local church and offer your services as a Christian, you are doing so because you want to help, and so are many other believers.
Protection of womenfolk
If you are visiting al-Sham to help out your Muslim or Catholic en masse, you will be disappointed. There are not a great many such groups in al-Sham. Any Muslim or Christian you help will be doing so on behalf of many individuals, many of whom you probably won’t name. There is no “protecting womenfolk” group in al-Sham, no one to protect you. So, you will have to rely on your own cleverness to protect your womenfolk. If you happen to be in a vulnerable state, such as when you’re in a relationship or you’re about to give birth, helping out a family member will be a great way to help yourself out.
Offerings towards a holy purpose
In return for helping out a family, you are expected to make offerings to the religious figures who taught your parents and your spouse how to offer the offerings at the local shrines. This is perhaps the most basic and direct way that the Salafi Muslim sect offers help to its practitioners. If you take this path and make such offerings as an example to your peers, you are showing them that you are willing to help in return for money or in this case, for offerings. In return, they will usually offer as well, either in cash or in goods as a religious offering.
The Salafi / Shiite / Sunni experiment in al-Sham is a great thing to Experiment in the Middle East. The Salafi / Shiite / Sunni are open-minded and generous folk, who are always ready to help out a small group of people. The only people who will be completely shut out from this are the non-Salafis, as these Salafi people are a closed society. What’s more, there is no one in al-Sham who will not help you, and this is guaranteed to be the most generous people you will ever meet. The Salafi / Shiite / Sunni people of al-Sham, along with the rest of the Middle East, has the potential to be a great place to live, provide for your family, and help other individuals in need. The only question is: where will you find the time and energy to make the effort?