Sunday, April 22, 2012

The Oppression of Islam! 5-Year-Old Girl Taken from Forced Marriage...

Just more kuffar INJUSTICE! 
As has been stated over and over and over again in this blog:
To touch children, in the manner of the Messenger is HALAL for ALL TIME. 

Allah the creator of the UNIVERSE, through his Apostle encourages Muslim Man-on-Child sexual unions. To thwart any aspect of Allah's DIVINE WILL is to spit in the face of this most ANGRY of deities, his Messenger and Islam. 

That Allah wants Muslims to live by the example of his Prophet, (who enjoyed sexual delights with children) is well known and has been practised by believing Muslims for centuries. 

These are not privileges, these are basic ISLAMIC HUMAN RIGHTS. 

To disallow that which Allah has made sacrosanct is, just more OPPRESSION of MUSLIMS! 
PESHAWAR: Police on Friday managed to foil a plan to marry off a minor girl to an 18-year-old boy in the outskirts of Peshawar.

“They were informed that marriage of underage girls is illegal and they were shocked,” a policeman, who was part of the raid, told The Express Tribune. “They said we’re illiterate and do not know about the law.” The girl’s parents have been arrested.
Five-year-old Ajwa, from the Garhi Qasaban area of Pajjagai Road, was being married off to Amir Khan, who is a resident of Garhi Atta Muhammad.
While the police arrested only the girl’s parents and not the boy’s, DSP Riazul Islam said that an FIR will be registered against not just the girl’s but the boy himself and his parents as well for attempting to marry an underage girl.
The marriage of underage boys and girls is a crime under the Marriage Restrict Act of 1929 as well as against the UN Conventions on the Rights of the Child, said Imran Takkar, the operations manager at NGO the Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child. Pakistan has ratified and signed the UN charter.
“Under the marriage act, no girl below the age of 16 can be married off. The UN convention says that any boy or girl below the age of 18 is a child,” Takkar explained.

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