This is legal under Islamic law. Rich Saudi men go to Jordan and get temporarily ‘married’ to underage refugees from Syria, use them sexually for a day or a week, or until they tire of them, after which they return the girl to the broker and do the same thing all over again with another girl.
LiveLeak The younger the better, with 13 and 14 the norm. Girls with green eyes and blonde hair are most in demand by the Saudi perverts. Human Rights organizations have tried to stop the trafficking but are unable to because Sharia Law allows it. And their parents allow it because they need the money.
The 13-year-old was snatched while walking to quran lessons from her local village in Punjab and raped by the men in an isolated area. Her attackers then buried her alive when they thought that she had died during the assault. But she regained consciousness and managed to dig her way out of the muddy grave and flag down a passerby.
UK Daily Mail (h/t Martin) She was taken to a medical centre and survived her horrific ordeal. According to the New York Post, her father Siddique Mughal told local police that his daughter had been taken. But they initially refused to investigate the incident.
But they were ordered to arrest the girl’s alleged attackers by the Lahore High Court Chief Justice’s Complaint Cell. A judge from the Toba Tek Sing area, where the attack took place, has also been asked to investigate the matter.
Child rape is becoming increasingly problematic in Pakistan. According to Pakistani children’s charity Sahil, the number of children raped between 2002 and 2012 increased from 668 to 2,788.
One of the most notable cases was that of Kainat Soomro (below) who was attacked by four men when she was aged just 13 in 2007. She was shunned by her village after speaking out against her attackers and was labelled a ‘kari’ or ‘black virgin’.
Despite her own family being ordered to kill her to rid themselves of shame, they stood by her despite threats of violence against them. Her father and one of her brothers were beaten, and another older brother went missing and was later found murdered.
Despite her quest for justice, her alleged attackers were eventually acquitted. She told the Press earlier this year that her family have ‘lost everything’.
Police said the man was arrested after the teenager’s death in a village in the central Taiz province of Yemen. From a police statement: “The father committed this heinous crime on the pretext that his daughter had been keeping contacts with her fiance.”
UK Mirror (h/t Yohan) Traditional tribal customs in parts of Yemen ban contacts between men and women before marriage. Poverty and concern about “family honour” prompts many Yemenis to marry off their daughters young, often below the age of 18, a practice that has been criticised by international rights groups.
The death has sparked further outrage in Yemen, where an eight-year girl died from internal bleeding on her wedding night a month ago.
Authorities said last month they were investigating the girl’s death in northern Yemen, and that they would prosecute those responsible. Recent figures showed that more than a quarter of Yemen’s females marry before they reach the age 15.
A law was introduced in Yemen which set the minimum age of a bride at 17 . However, it was ditched in 2009 after lawmakers said it was ‘un-Islamic’.
In a similar case in Florida, a Yemeni Muslim mother burned her teenage daughter with a hot knife to punish her for talking to a boy online, in defiance of her parents’ demand that she marry a cousin.
An 8-year-old Yemeni bride died from internal injuries on her wedding night, bleeding to death after deep tearing caused by sex with her 40 year old husband.
A 12-year-old Yemeni girl, who was forced into marriage with a 24-year-old man, died of severe bleeding during an agonizing three-day labor that also killed her baby.
Pimping of young boys as sex slaves is supposed to be illegal in Afghanistan, but it flourishes, nevertheless, and police turn a blind eye.
These “dancing boys” are lured off the streets by pimps, taught to dance and sing, to wear make-up and to dress like girls. They perform provocative dances for groups of Afghan men, who also pay for their sexual services. Muslim men do not consider it to be homosexuality when the partner is under 18 years old.
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First, a courageous Yemeni 10-year-old girl, Nada, tells of how she ran away from home rather than be forced to marry a 26-year-old man from whom her parents would receive $2,000 in exchange.
Incredulously, a crowd of Yemeni Women take to the streets to demonstrate ‘in support’ of allowing girls to marry at 8 years old, or even younger.
The ‘Johns’ are rich Saudis who rent the girls out for a temporary ‘marriage’ for a day, a week or a month, then give them back and get themselves a new one.
Of course, these oil-rich Saudis don’t take any refugee families into their kingdom. Instead, the UN tells the West we must take them.
The Senate decided to alter the part of the constitution that stipulates a woman shall not be qualified for marriage until she attains the 18 years. This was done after Senator Sani of Zamfara rang the alarm that stating a certain age for women before they can get married is against Islamic law.
Sani himself had in 2009 married a 13 year old Egyptian in violation of the constitution. Nigeria’s population is about 50% Muslim and 50% Christian, with terrorist groups like Boko Haram doing their best to wipe out the Christian population. (See links below)
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A Muslim woman who worked in social services has been jailed for attempting to derail a Muslim sex grooming trial. Receptionist Mahdiya Khan accessed a computer database 60 times to get details of a child sex victim. She was jailed for eight months, but details have only just emerged. Three Muslim men have also been found guilty of interfering in the case.
BBC Mohammed Imran Amjad, 26 (photo left), was earlier jailed for four years and three months after he admitted abusing a child. (Only 4 years? That is criminal) Five others were cleared of rape, sexual assault and child abduction at Burnley Crown Court in April. Detectives realized Amjad’s girlfriend, Mahdiya Khan, had tried to undermine the case. She was a receptionist working for Lancashire County Council social services. They found she accessed a confidential database 60 times over 15 days to find details of the witness and her family.
The county council said she was immediately suspended and dismissed. A spokesman said: “When this security breach came to light, the advice from our data protection team was that no further practical steps could have been taken to prevent it from having occurred.”
Three other Muslims connected to Amjad had also attempted to interfere with the case. His cousin Waqas Khalid threatened to rape the victim and her mother. His friend Qasim Hussain persuaded her to change her statement. His brother, Furqan Amjad, contacted the victim 350 times. Furqan Amjad was jailed for 15 months. Khalid was fined £300 and Hussain will be sentenced next week.