Sunday, February 3, 2008

UK: Family of Teen Muslim Invited Men To Rape Her

Yet more reasons to embrace the "religion of peace."

Forced marriages, "honor" killings, sexual slaves, child molestation, and the promotion of rape - all things Muslims claim are un-Islamic, yet do nothing to stop or prevent. Islam's perversions never cease to amaze me.

A truly disgusting thing this article mentions is that Muslims in positions of authority sworn to protect citizens and enforce the laws are actively participating in these exploitations.

A GIRL of 15 was tricked into a "telephone marriage" ceremony to a Sheffield man with a mental age of five in a ceremony recognised by sharia (Islamic law).

When the girl arrived from Pakistan expecting to meet the handsome man she had been shown in a photograph, she found that he was 40 years old, unemployed and disabled.

To make matters worse, her mother-in-law decided to exploit her attractive looks by forcing her into prostitution.

The family invited men to the family home to rape her before she managed to escape to the police by bolting through the front door. She was taken into care and now lives in a refuge.

The case is highlighted in a report by the Centre for Social Cohesion, which has found that policemen, councillors and taxi drivers are turning a blind eye or even conniving in enforcing the Asian community's strict "moral code" on young women.

The girl's marriage last April was not recognised by the Home Office but was approved by the Islamic Sharia Council in Britain. She is typical of the runaway brides at risk of an "honour killing". According to official figures, 10 to 12 women are murdered in Britain in honour killings each year, but the government has been warned by MPs that this is a serious underestimate. Police often record the deaths as cases of domestic violence, while other girls are driven to suicide or taken away to their family's country of origin and never seen again. Many Asian parents would rather resort to violence against their children than see their reputation tarnished by the perceived dishonour of allowing them to become "westernised".

The report, Crimes of the Community, claims the problem is no longer an issue of first-generation migrants importing attitudes from "back home" but is "indigenous and self-perpetuating" because it is sustained by third and fourth-generation immigrants.

The study reveals the case of Saamiya, a 16-year-old girl from Birmingham, whose parents were so angry when they discovered she had a boyfriend that they flew her to Pakistan and told her they had arranged a marriage two hours before the ceremony.

"During the Islamic ceremony my dad was standing behind me with one hand on my shoulder and with his other hand he had a gun which was pointed at my back so that I didn't say 'no'," Saamiya said.

"To everyone else it looked natural — he was just standing there stroking my shoulder — but just before he had told me that he would shoot me if I didn't go through with it."

UK Times Online - Family of teen Muslim invited men to rape her

4 comments:

Lynn said...

This is a terrible shame...and frightening considering Aqsa Parvez and the Said sisters' fairly recent murders.

DMartyr said...

It is frightening. And the fact muslims allow this to happen in their communities and in the name of their religion is even more disturbing.

The sad fact is, in Islam, it is better to turn a blind eye to such horrific abuses than to assist non-Muslims in stopping it.

1389 said...

It's easy enough to prevent the "honour killing" from taking place.

Let the girl stay, provided that she has no further contact with Muslims of any nationality - but deport her entire extended family without delay.

DMartyr said...

Definitely deport the Muslim family who helped commit these acts...

But preventing an 'honor' killing is a bit more difficult. A woman who 'dishonors' her Muslim family (by their warped perception, not by common sense) will become a target of many radicalize Muslim men. Even kept away from her abusive family, she may still be killed by a member of the "religion of peace."