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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Turkish imam says girls as young as 9 can handle marriage & intimacy with grown men due to the warm Weather

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Hundreds of thousands child brides married in Turkey in the last decade.
Forced marriage involving minors is on the rise in the southeast of Turkey. Since the outbreak of civil war in neighboring Syria, d esperate families fleeing the conflict have been selling their daughters to Turkish men.
An estimated 12 million girls under 18 are married each year in the Arab-Muslim world.
As you can see in the interview below, a senior Muslim cleric says the hot weather in the Middle East and Asia allows girls to develop faster to cope with marriage.
Turkey’s directorate of religious affairs says that under Islamic law, girls as young as nine can marry.
On a statement on adolescence posted online by the Diyanet, the state body which administers religious institutions and education it said that, according to Islamic law, the beginning of adolescence for boys was the age of 12 and for girls the age of nine. On the same website, it said that whoever reached the age of adolescence had the right to marry.