Sunday, June 7, 2020

Rape victim says Sharia laws in Iran permits rape of girls as young as 9

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Watch: Las Vegas, NV - Aynaz Anni Cyrus at “International Terrorism” seminar on Oct. 17, 2017. Aynaz is a renowned human rights activist and expert on Middle East culture. In this live public appearance, while under threat and tight security, she drew from her personal experience as a child bride survival and escape, after living under the harsh rule of Islamic Iran. Aynaz explains Child Brides and Other Islamic Abuses of Girls. Women and girls in the Arab-Muslim world are often treated as property and sold into forced marriages.
Child marriage is still practiced all over the Arab-Muslim world in countries such as Bangladesh, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, etc.
An estimated 15 million girls under 18 are married each year. Girls who marry before they turn 18 are less likely to remain in school and more likely to experience domestic violence. Everything possible must be done to protect these vulnerable children.
Under Sharia law girls can marry at the age of 6, just like the Prophet Muhammad from the Koran did when he married Aisha. Muhammad consummated his marriage with Aisha when she was nine.