Monday, July 20, 2020

Shock as Australian TV host says child abuse is institutionalized in Islam under Sharia law

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Watch: Australian TV host Peta Credlin says the Royal Commission needs to explain why there has been no investigation into child abuse in Islam, referring to the practice of child marriage under Sharia law.
In most In most countries where Sharia is practiced there are no laws protecting women's rights, or prohibiting child marriage forced marriage, polygamy, FGM, Acid attacks & honor killings.
To this day, the practice of child marriage is considered a social norm throughout the Arab-Muslim world.
Sharia laws permits child marriage, forced marriage, child brides, polygamy, FGM, acid attacks, honor killings, flogging, beheading and stoning.
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 did when he married Aisha. Muhammad consummated his marriage with Aisha when she was nine.
The UN not only ignores this brutal violation of children's rights in the Arab-Muslim world, but also elects countries like Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Qatar to be senior members of the Human Rights Council.