Syrian refugee flees ISIS to become PORN STAR in Germany

Syrian refugee flees ISIS to become PORN STAR in Germany
July 22 01:33 2016 Print This Article

A SYRIAN refugee has forged a dream career as a porn star after fleeing from Islamic State fanatics.

SEX DRIVE: Antonio Suleiman knew he wanted to be a porn star from a young age

SEX DRIVE: Antonio Suleiman knew he wanted to be a porn star from a young age

Antonio Suleiman fled to Germany with his family in 2012 after ISIS militants seized large swathes of Syria and Iraq.

Back in his civil-war ravaged home country, the 19-year-old worked at a theatre, but had secretly wanted to become an adult entertainer from a young age.

Pornography is frowned upon – and even banned in some countries – across the Middle East, where conservative Islamic values prohibit sexual freedom.

Now living in Berlin, where sexual liberation is the norm, chiselled Antonio has finally been allowed to pursue his dream – getting his kit off for a living.

“I want to raise awareness about the suffering of my home country”

Antonio Suleiman

Speaking to Bild, the buff Syrian, who can now speak perfect German, said: “I enjoy the freedom in Germany, where I can do everything I couldn’t do at home.”

Having already produced his own porn movie, titled “The King of Arabs”, the sultry Syrian is already taking the German porn industry by storm.

The 32-minute film is about a woman who is kidnapped by the King of Arabs, who plies her with booze and forces her to sleep with him.

Suleiman says the aim of the film is to expose “fanatic groups” in Syria, where woman are killed and raped and people oppressed.

He explained: “I’m not doing this to to be a porn actor.

“I want to raise awareness about the suffering of my home country.”

STEAMY: Suleiman has produce his own porn film 'The King of Arabs'

STEAMY: Suleiman has produce his own porn film ‘The King of Arabs’

Suleiman’s family were none the wiser until he featured in an article discussing his sex-ploits – and it went viral.

Since then, he said he has received threatening emails and Twitter messages on a daily basis.

And his family – whose religion is “averse to porn films” – have been far from supportive of his career choice.

But Suleiman has hit back, blasting trolls for abusing him instead of terrorists.

He said: “I didn’t do anything bad.

“They should concern themselves with people who bomb and kill in France, not with me.”

A picture on Suleiman’s Twitter profile shows him posed with a German refugee passport, alongside the caption: “My new refugees passport, thank you german government.”

Hundreds of thousands of refugees have flocked to Germany since the start of the Syrian civil war in 2011.

But German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s migration policy has come under fire after several attacks involving refugees.

 

 

 

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