6-YEAR OLD MUSLIM GIRL FORCED TO MARRY Elderly Man To Settle Islamic Family Feud [Video]

A Pakistani father is seen in the video below begging to keep his 6-year old daughter in the family and to not have her married off to an elderly man to settle a feud. This might seem crazy to the civilized world but child marriage and child rape are common in the Middle East. In fact, we just reported on the failure of a law against child marriage in Pakistan

Assuming it’s ok to abuse or rape a girl is the difference in culture and morals, because in America we have laws against this. With the huge influx of Muslims, Europe is having a huge problem with no boundaries when it comes to sexual assault of young girls. They’re even having classes to teach men the proper boundaries with women. 

“The parents of a 6-year-old girl in Pakistan’s Swat Valley say tribal authorities are forcing them to marry off their daughter to resolve a family feud. The parents and uncle of the girl, Bibi Roza, told RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal that they have been pleading with local authorities to allow them to keep her at home.”

Islamic tradition records that Muhammad’s favorite wife, Aisha, was six when Muhammad wedded her and nine when he consummated the marriage.
Pedophilic Islamic marriages are most prevalent in Pakistan and Afghanistan, followed by other countries in the Middle East and Bangladesh. In Afghanistan, despite the law against child brides, more than half of all girls are married before they turn 15, usually to settle disputes.
A Unicef study from 2000 to 2008 found that more than 43 per cent of women in Afghanistan were married under age, some before puberty.
Mohammad Ali Isfenani, the chairman for Iranian parliament’s legal affairs committee, has even openly stated:
“As some people may not comply with our current Islamic legal system, we must regard 9 as being the appropriate age for a girl to have reached puberty and qualified to get married. To do otherwise would be to contradict and challenge Islamic Sharia law.”
Read more: DC Gazette


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