Saturday, March 31, 2012

UK Finds 5-Year-Old Girl Forced into Marriage...

That the UK will be dominated by Islam is basically a given. However, it is stories like the following that only warm the heard (of true) Muslims (for the Islamic character of man-on-child relationships) but boil the blood (that any infidel would think they have the right to impose man-made laws on that which Allah has made HALAL for eternity).

Either way, as all Muslims know, CHILD MARRIGE is an intergal part of Islamic theism.

The Perfect Man (Muhammad) whose example, Muslims are expected to follow in even the most minute of details (for example how to go to the toilet) sexually touched and had intercourse with children.

Muhammad encouraged his followers to have sex with children.
Thus, Muslims everywhere, including the UK understand that this is an ETERNAL RIGHT as bequeathed by the creator to the UNIVERSE upon Muslims for ALL TIME!

Consultation Finds Girl Of Five Forced Into Marriage

As a consultation looking into criminalising forced marriage in England, Wales and Northern Ireland reaches its end figures have shown a 5-year-old may be the UK’s youngest victim. 

The child is one of 400 in the last year to receive assistance from the government's Forced Marriage Unit.

Joint head of the Forced Marriage Unit, Amy Cumming, said 29% of the cases it dealt with last year involved minors.

"The youngest of these was actually five years old, so there are children involved in the practice across the school age range," she said.

The case comes as no surprise to the Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation (IKWRO): "We have had clients who are in their very early teens, 11-year-olds, 12-year-olds, the youngest case we had was nine years old."

IKWRO campaigns officer Fionnuala Murphy said that now the consultation is over she hopes forced marriage will become a criminal offence.

"Our organisation is pro-criminalisation because we believe that it will empower victims to know that this is a crime, to stand up to their parents and to stand up for their own rights and it will enable them to come forward and seek help and say what's happening to me is wrong."

Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone said the government would now look at all the arguments.

"We will now consider all of those views and responses to the consultation before we make a decision on the best way to protect vulnerable people.

"We are determined, working closely with charities and other organisations doing a tremendous amount in this area, to make forced marriage a thing of the past."

A decision is expected to be announced later this year.

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