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Tuesday, 21 December 2010

The Muslim Defence League (MDL) Promotes Child Rape

- By the EDL's Homo Sapien

Undoubtedly many Muslims would have denounced Gary Glitter for having sex with a 10 y.o. and an 11 y.o. girl. But, according to the Muslim Defence League (MDL), provided some imam says a girl is "past puberty", then her father can give her to whoever he damn well pleases.

As if this is not bad enough, I am really not sure about this puberty requirement in sharia law.

My copy of The Reliance of the Traveller says:

m3.13 Guardians are of two types, those who may compel their female charges to marry someone, and
those who may not.
(1) The only guardians who may compel their charge to marry are a virgin bride's father or father's
father, compel meaning to marry her to a suitable match (def: m4) without her consent.
(2) Those who may not compel her are not entitled to marry her to someone unless she accepts and
gives her permission. Whenever the bride is a virgin, the father or father's father may marry her to
someone without her permission, though it is recommended to ask her permission if she has reached
puberty. A virgin's silence is considered as permission. As for the nonvirgin of sound mind, no one may
marry her to another after she has reached puberty without her express permission, no matter whether
the guardian is the father, father's father, or someone else...

m5.1 It is obligatory for a woman to let her husband have sex with her immediately when:
(a) he asks her;
(b) at home (O: home meaning the place in which he is currently staying, even if being lent to him or
(c) and she can physically endure it."
That says that the father can marry a pre-pubertal daughter off, and the child must provide her new husband with sex if she can physically endure it. Nowhere does it state that the girl cannot be married, or the husband cannot have sex, unless the girl is post-pubertal. I suppose one could read that into the "obligatory for a woman". But that might be a translation error. Maybe AbdulHamza can consult an Arabic copy of the Reliance and tell us whether 5.0 is talking about "a woman" or "a wife".

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