Pakistan: judges rule it’s OK to rape Christian girls

Pakistan: judges rule it’s OK to rape Christian girls


3 February, at 11 a.m. in Pakistan, the two judges of the High Court of Sindh, Muhammad Iqbal Kalhoro and Irshad Ali Shah, ruled that the marriage between Huma Younus, a 14-year-old Catholic, and her abductor, the Muslim Abdul Jabbar, is valid. Their judgement was not based on the presumed legal age of the girl, as the kidnapper has claimed since the beginning of this affair. The marriage is valid because, under Islamic law, Sharia law, a girl or even a child who has already had her first menstrual cycle is “ready” to get married. This golden rule is based on the life of the Prophet, who married one of his wives, Aisha, when she was only six, but waited patiently for her first menstruation, when she was nine years old, to consummate the marriage.

So Sharia law prevails. And it doesn’t matter if in Sindh, the Karachi province, since 2014 the Child Marriage Restraint Act prohibits the marriage of minors and also imposes a term of imprisonment for the adult spouse.

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  1. And yet, large swathes of these foreigners whom fanatically follow this religion have been allowed to descend & settle in British cities, towns & villages by a succession of British Goverments, whose long term game plan is evidently the destruction of the British way of life as we know it.

    A couple of years ago, I read a book entitled ‘ The Islamic Republic of Dewsbury’, by a chap called Danny Lockwood. For me personally, being a Northern Irishman, this book was a real eye opener – Mr Lockwood explained in his writings that he had been born & bred in Dewsbury, but over the course of a relatively short period, due to mass immigration, the West Yorkshire Town that he had grew up in as a boy had become virtually unrecognisable.

    I recall, Mr Lockwood’s descriptive highlighting of many problems – different culture, dress code,different mentality, Islamic fundamentalism & treatment of women to name only but a few.

    Unfortunately I don’t have the book close at hand for any specific quotes, but I can well imagine that many region’s of England are now in an identical situation.

    So far here, in Northern Ireland, we have been extremely lucky whereby we haven’t had a large influx of Islamic immigrants descend upon our province. Let’s hope for our sake it stays that way.

    Every now and again I occasionally hear some Liberal speak out, usually his or her solution to the problem is to ban the Burka, as if such an action would alleviate the problem. However, certainly from what I have read, it is not the Burka that we need to expel – but rather that what lurks within it.

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