Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Child Brides in Australia

Islam has many cultural practices that stem back to the birth of Islam and the world’s most notorious prophet, Muhammad. So to understand why there is a culture of marrying children within Islam, we need to look at where, how and why this custom began. To do that, we need to start at the beginning and understand that everything a Muslim does, right down to the very food he eats, was set out for him 1400 years ago by Muhammad and what he perceived to be God’s word delivered directly to him. Muhammad wasn’t happy with the two religions available to him at the time, Christianity and Judaism, but thankfully (for him) an Angel named Gabriel visited him in a cave near Mecca to deliver revelations from God, conveniently he received messages justifying his blood thirsty and self-serving desires. He mixed these messages in with scriptures from the Bible and the Torah and wrote the Quran. To this very day, not one single word has been changed in the Quran. There has been subsequent books and laws written since then, being the Hadith’s which are an account of things he apparently said passed down from Muslim to Muslim (much like the childhood game of Chinese whispers) and there is Sharia Law that is the law written from these two books as a guideline for all Muslims to follow.

Muhammad, married his best friend Abu Bakr’s, six year old daughter Aisha to align the two clans through marriage making her his third wife. When Aisha was nine years old, she left the family home and joined his harem where the marriage was consummated and she became the favourite wife out of his long line of 12. While the rest of the world recognises the detrimental effects child marriages have on the psyche of a child, Islam hasn’t progressed with us. Why? Because Muslims must obey Muhammad’s word as the word of Allah (God). Allah, (Muhammad’s alter ego) gave women little value other than to be wives and mothers. The more Muslim children born, the further the spread of Muhammad’s ‘religion’, this was always his ultimate goal and governed everything he did. Child marriage is the legacy of age and gender based discrimination against women and is the basis of their unequal status in the world’s poorest nations. How can these girls escape this when Muslims first and only priority is to follow Muhammad’s word and goals?

Today in Saudi Arabia, the birth place of Islam, there is a civil code that prevents child marriages, but Sharia Law is higher than man made law (which in and of itself is strange as men and women wrote the Sharia from another mans’ word. But I digress). The Sharia permits children to marry for the ultimate goal of Islam because it gives women more years to have Muslim children. The civil code is overruled by the Sharia, effectively making no minimum age for a girl to marry. Saudi Arabia is ignoring the UN’s law that a marriage must be between people over the age of 18. Unicef reports that the top five nations in the world with highest observed child marriage rates — Niger (75%), Chad (72%), Mali (71%), Bangladesh (64%), Guinea (63%) — are Islamic majority countries. It should be noted here that Child Brides is not limited to Islam, there are some other customs (Sikh’s and Hindu’s for example) that sometimes continue with this practice, though today that is the exception rather than the rule as, they too have recognised the problems this causes to the girl and have mostly abolished the practice. This blog is about Islam’s culture of child brides as that is where my research has been.

In Islam, the decision to marry is made by a girl’s closest male relative, it is deemed acceptable when she reaches child bearing years. The mother has little or no say in the welfare of her children as they are seen to be the property of the father or the father’s family and the mother is just as voiceless as what her daughter will be, that is the culture. Muslim parents marry their daughters off for many reasons, here are just a few:

Family honour. If the girl was to be raped, become pregnant or have sex outside marriage she would bring ridicule to the family, girls are subjected to honour killings for these crimes. In a twisted sort of way I guess you could say, Muslims feel it is best for the child to marry young to avoid this fate.
Financial gain. The situation of the family is helped when their daughter is married. They no longer have the financial burden of raising her and the parents are paid a price by the groom for them to consent to him marrying their daughter. In some countries, the younger the bride, the higher the price she will fetch. This practice creates an economic incentive where girls are sought and married to the highest bidder. Child marriage is a way out of desperate economic conditions, or simply a source of income to the parents.
Societal pressure. In many Islamic countries, there is pressure from society for women to have a large number of children to further the spread of Islam, to achieve this she needs to start bearing children as early as possible.
A woman’s worth. Muslim men see the woman as having little worth. She is seen as being half as valuable as a man. Her only duty in this life is to be a wife and a mother. She has little need for progression and must forego her wishes and desires for Islam’s cause.

These girls are left with little choice in the matter, to show eagerness in marrying she is showing disrespect to her family. To show sadness, she is seen to be disrespectful to the intended family. If she shows neither of these and is silent, her silence is taken as consent. Little consideration is given to what she actually wants in her life, because her value is so low. How can one progress if there is no opportunity for education? Should she try to avoid this future, she will bring herself ridicule, disapproval, family shame, the threat of violence and sometimes death. 

So how do we help these girls when their entire existence is based around this practice? Forcing anyone to marry without their full and free consent is a human rights violation. This is madness and is justified by her culture. This is not about religion, it's about abuse, subjugation and exploitation of young and vulnerable women. Why are our women’s lib groups silent? For fear of offending? Are these girls not valuable enough in our society to educate ourselves on their plight? Stand up and help these girls or the current call for the world wide caliphate may see your daughter or granddaughter living under these conditions in the future! To stand by, to say and do nothing you are allowing this to continue, hurting these women and helping the culture that subjugates them to this fate.

Australian citizens aren’t immune to this practice, we have slap on the wrist prison terms for forced marriages with a maximum of 4 years jail or 7 years if the victim is a child. If the victim is taken out of the country to marry, the term is risen to 25 years. This is not stopping Muslims from continuing with this practice, it simply means they need to take it underground. 

Over the last two years, the National Children and Youth Law Centre has identified approximately 250 cases of child marriages in Australia. Dr Eman Sharobeem, manager of the Immigrant Women’s Health Service in Fairfield, NSW reports that there are at least 60 child brides in south-west Sydney alone. A Sydney newspaper has published figures showing there are 23 child brides in the Wollongong region, second only to Wyong on the Central Coast with 26.

Our laws are not stopping Muslims and neither is Australian customs because Muslims hold our man made laws in contempt. The Government is fully aware of the cases happening here in Australia and are trying to educate and encourage young women to speak out. Federal Justice Minister, Michael Keenan is quoted as saying "We're very keen to make sure that if somebody is to come across this type of crime that they know how to go about helping that person to report it to authorities so we can do something about it,". "We're making sure that we have materials out there to educate the community about what to look for, so these crimes can be reported and the appropriate authorities can prosecute them".

But Dr Eman Sharobeem said the strategy would not work because girls were too scared to implicate their families. "Forced marriage and child brides happen among the culturally and linguistically diverse communities, those communities will not go to the website and will not share glossy papers to see what's written about legislation in the country," she said. "I don't hope and wish to see parents behind bars, I already tried with many of them to talk about informing the authorities, and as soon as I put that on the table the girls actually turn their back and say 'we're not even going to have a conversation with you'." Instead Dr Sharobeem said the Government's new strategy needed to put more resources towards grassroots education campaigns and to teach girls how to speak to their families. "'Teach us how to talk to our parents, because our own mother wants to send us to a man we don't know', are some of the words I heard from these girls." 
The Victorian Immigrant Refugee Women’s Coalition (VIRWC) has designed an innovative new campaign for high school students called The Choice is Yours and has a website and volunteers dedicating their lives to helping these women.

As we can see from an expert in the field, it is rare for victims to come forward for fear of the consequences, if she comes forward she is subject to ostracism from the only family she has ever known and will be guilty of shedding light on her culture which is then a crime of apostasy. It is a federal criminal offense to force a marriage in Australia and there are soft imprisonment terms for parties found guilty. In Islam though, to be guilty of apostasy, the penalty is DEATH. The sentence is carried out by the families to redeem themselves in the eyes of Allah. Women’s help centres are used to dealing with women who are hiding from an abusive husband or boyfriend, but Muslim women often need to hide from their entire family making their situation much more complicated. If you were brought up to believe you were worthless, could you recognise the need to speak out about your entire family and culture? And if you did recognise the problem, would you stand up or would you be scared? Westerners who have little knowledge of Islam are scared to stand up because of the violence that happens in this religion of peace, Muslim girls live that violence, day in and day out.

Are our soft laws enough to stop this? Clearly not as there are many cases happening right now in Australia, not Pakistan, Australia! The Muslim man will never see his wife as anything other than his property. In Sharia the pair are married until he (and only he) utters the words “I divorce you”. Until he does, in Sharia law, the girl is still his property and he will bide his time in jail until he can come out and they can pick up where they left off. But what will become of the girl who reported him? With a Muslim’s penchant for violence, whether she reports the crime or not, her future does not look bright. Is it any wonder these girls often turn to suicide as their only option?

The following is a small percentage of girls who have come forward to speak about this practice happening behind closed Islamic doors in Australia. *Names are all changed or unknown.

Rania Farrah
Rania’s mother Margaret met her father in Australia, but the couple moved to Saudi Arabia soon after their marriage. According to Rania, it was a violent relationship, and she remembers that her dad “used to beat my mum. He never beat us, but he beat my mum all the time.”
When Rania was eight-years-old, Margaret and her five young children fled to Australia, leaving their father behind. The family’s life changed for the better. They lived with Margaret’s “true blue Aussie” family, as Rania described them in the interview, and for many years they only heard from her father occasionally by telephone. Rania Farrah was just like any other ordinary Australian teenage girl. Like most kids her age, her biggest concerns were trying to get away with not doing homework, and deciding where to go out with her friends on the weekend.
But when Rania was 13, her life changed. Her older brother said he would take her on a trip to Egypt for a holiday. After one week in Egypt however, Rania was taken to Jordan to see her father. Her father held her captive in Syria and horrifically beat and emotionally abused her. Rania spoke with her mother over the phone every three weeks, and begged her mother to bring her back to Australia. Each time she was told, “We can’t afford it” or “One more year.”
Her new family controlled every aspect of her life; When she was 17, she found out she was to marry her 30 year old, second cousin. Her passport was confiscated and she was told she would be living with her new husband. “We never spoke, ever. I’d never make eye contact with him. I just met him on family visits and served coffee and tea,” she says of her relationship with him. “I went along with it. I did all the things I needed to do. We had the engagement party, I got given the gold, the money to go buy all the clothes that newlywed women buy, and I did it all and put on the face and I didn’t feel anything, because by that stage I was already planning my escape.”
Through a young girl who lived next door, Rania was secretly given the British Embassy’s phone number. When she called them, she was told she would have to wait until she was 18 to make an escape. So she waited. And waited. And when she finally turned 18, she organised to meet an official in a safe location. Rania says that it was her “one and only” chance. “If I didn’t get out, I was going to kill myself that very day, because it would’ve been my entire life, just there,” she says. “I wasn’t going to do it. That wasn’t worth living for.”
Thankfully, she did make it out and came back to Australia. Rania told 60 Minutes that even once she made it back to Australia, she didn’t feel protected. Her family never asked her what had happened in Syria. She says, “It was never spoken of. No-one ever talked about it. No-one ever asked what happened. To this day they don’t know what happened.”
Troublingly, Rania’s father has since returned to Australia with his new family. She saw him once, and at that meeting she says he told her, “No western pig government is going to tell me how to raise my daughters. And if it comes to it, I’ll slit your mother’s throat and I’ll slit your sister’s throat and I’ll slit your throat.” Rania fears that he will come after her, and has taken out a restraining order against her father.
Rania is still visibly traumatised by what she has experienced. Still haunted, and still scared. But she has also decided to speak out, in the hopes that she might be able to save other young girls from the same fate that she had to endure. Rania’s advice for other girls, who may have been forced into marriage – or who know that they will be – is: “Run for your life. You’re in a country – if you are in Australia – you’re in a country that believes in women’s rights and your safety and freedom. So run. Cut them off. Your life will be the better for it.”

Ms Kreet’s story
Another case came before the family court. The girl (known as Ms Kreet) had just finished year 12 and had a boyfriend (known as “Mr U”) who lived in Australia. Ms Kreet’s parents told her she was to travel to their home country to marry Mr U there. But they deceived her and had another man in mind. The court heard that on arrival, Ms Kreet was introduced to the man her parents had secretly chosen to be her husband. Her father told Ms Kreet that if she did not acquiesce to the marriage, he would have her boyfriend’s sisters and mother kidnapped and raped. Ms Kreet consented and the marriage took place.
But when Ms Kreet returned to Australia, she withdrew a visa application for her husband and applied to the Family Court for an annulment. The court accepted that Ms Kreet believed that her father would carry out his threat and said that at the time of the marriage ceremony, Ms Kreet’s consent was not real because it had been obtained through duress. The court declared that the marriage was not a valid marriage and that the marriage was void. 

Ms Elia’s story 
Ms Elia made an application to the Federal Court of Australia for a parenting order on behalf of her six-year-old daughter. The evidence to the court was that Ms Elia was 14 when she underwent a “non-legally sanctioned marriage ceremony” with a man who was over the age of 18. The court found Ms Elia, at the time of the marriage, was legally and psychologically a child: “My mother pushed me to get married. She would say to me, words to the effect, ‘You will have your fun. Your dad is strict. You can come and go as you please. You’ve always wanted to go out to Jamberoo and Wonderland. You get to go to movies, have popcorn, lollies, ice-cream and chocolate. You get to have fun and live life. What you see of everyone having fun on the TV, this is what it is going to be like. You’re very, very lucky”.
Ms Elia asserted to the court she had told a teacher at her high school about her marriage; the court noted there had been a failure by the teacher to comply with legislation relating to mandatory notification of harm.
After her marriage, Ms Elia attempted to continue her education but after a year she reported that her husband burnt her homework and forced her to leave school. He would threaten her, “if you don’t drop out ... I’ll move so far away you won’t ever see people”. She was subjected to violence, including being kicked, punched, stamped on and thrown into walls.
In court, she gave evidence that she’d stopped speaking to her parents after her divorce. “My father has said to me, ‘So what if he raped you? So what if he bashed you?’ He has also said, ‘The only way you can come back to me is in a coffin to pray on you’.”

V’s story 
In 2010, the Department of Human Services (DHS) in Victoria received a report that “V”, then aged nearly 14, had ceased to attend school because she was about to be married. In response to the report, DHS interviewed V and applied to the Family Court for orders to prevent her from being taken out of Australia. V told the DHS child protection officer she was engaged to be married to her 17-year-old fiancĂ© and she was going to travel overseas to meet him. V had not met her fiancĂ© but had seen his photograph.
In an affidavit prepared after the interview, the DHS officer concluded: “It is my belief that it would not be in [the child’s] best interests to travel to be married as she is a child and does not appear to understand the consequences of marriage. Furthermore, she would be deprived of a school education, and she may be at risk of sexual exploitation and emotional harm”. The court accepted that permitting V to be taken overseas for marriage was contrary to her welfare and that “a 14-year-old child would not have the understanding of the significance of marriage which would be attributable to an adult”. The court issued an injunction preventing V’s removal from Australia prior to her eighteenth birthday. The court also retained V’s passport and prohibited her parents from applying for a new one while she was still a child.

Ms Kandal’s story 
Ms Kandal, a 17-year-old, secretly telephoned the Australian Federal Police (AFP) operations centre. She told the police her mother and other family members had arranged to take her outside Australia for marriage against her will. Ms Kandal was aware of the airport watch list (also known as the PACE Alert system) and asked the police that her name be placed on the list. She wanted minimal involvement from other authorities. The AFP, DHS and Legal Aid NSW assisted Ms Kandal. On hearing the application brought by the AFP on behalf of Ms Kandal, the court ordered that Ms Kandal’s name be placed on the airport watch list, at all Australian arrival and departure points, that her passport be surrendered to the court and that her parents be restrained from assaulting, threatening, harassing or intimidating her.

Ms Madley’s story 
Ms Madley was 16 years old when she asked Legal Aid NSW to help prevent her proposed marriage, which was planned to take place within two weeks in a country outside Australia to a person she had only met once. With the help of Legal Aid, Ms Madley made an application for ex parte orders to the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia. In her evidence she was insistent that she did not want to marry or travel overseas. She also gave evidence that she was fearful for her safety when her family became aware of the legal proceeding. The court commended Legal Aid NSW “for their prompt action and their efforts in accordance not only with their charter but with the spirit of the legislation [(the Family Law Act 1975)] to protect this young person’s rights.” In making his orders, Federal Magistrate Harman observed, “it is not the right of any parent to cause their child to be married against their will, whether in accordance with Australian law or otherwise” The court ordered her parents be restrained from removing, attempting or causing her removal from Australia. Ms Madley’s passport was surrendered to the court and she was placed on the airport watch list

Name Unknown
In February 2015, Police charged a 61-year-old Australian father with procuring a child under 14 for illegal sexual activity and being an accessory. Tragically, it is alleged that the father believes he has done nothing wrong and thought his daughter was deeply in love. Her new husband was twice her age. The illegal marriage took place at their home in the Hunter region of New South Wales. 
It was discovered that a 35 year old Pakistani Imam, Muhammad Riad Tasawar had allegedly married the 12-year-old girl to the 26-year-old man in the girls family home in the Hunter Region on January 12, 2015. Both the imam and the “husband” were charged, with solemnisation of a marriage by an unauthorised person and multiple counts of having sex with a child respectively. Muhammad Riaz Tasawar pleaded guilty at Parramatta Local Court before Magistrate Peter Mizzalski who gave him a mere $500 for an offense that carries up to six months jail.
Tasawar was sacked from the mosque which sponsored him on a religious leader visa for the past four years and is now being held at Villawood Immigration Detention Centre. He is likely to be deported. Tasawar is the first person in NSW to be charged with solemnisation of a marriage by an unauthorised person.
The “husband”, a Lebanese national who is facing 25 counts of sexual intercourse with a child, was granted bail on March 4, despite telling authorities that he was keen to see his wife again and believed he had done nothing wrong.

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Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Islam in Australia

On September 11 2001, 19 Muslim extremists bought America to its knees. While the Western world sat there shocked that this would happen, many in the East cheered.

We were dragged into a war that we didn't want to be in, or have any idea how to fight. 14 years later, and we are no closer to ending radical Islam's declared war on us, in fact it has become worse.

What are we doing wrong? It's simple. We are Westerners and we are infidels, while we live our way of life, the Koran forbids us to live in peace. Until we start to call extremism for what it is, and throw political correctness and the fear of offending out the window and change our tactics, we cannot understand it or know how to stop it.

The problem is Islam. Islam, the Koran and the way it looks at the world. Islam was built on one man's desire for power. To be a Muslim, one cannot escape the majority passages that are full of hate, violence, and justification that the extremists are following to the letter, though, many may want to, for the most part their silence is deafening.

Our own government is being accused of scaremongering the public. But the Government isn't creating the fear, Islam is. The government is being slandered while doing its best to protect us. We need to thank them, not blame them for the troubles Islam bought to these shores.

We often hear that the young Australians being charged with terror related crimes, joining ISIS and plotting terror attacks on home soil is ‘Nothing to do with Islam’ because ‘Islam is a religion of Peace’. If Islam is a religion of peace, why are people scared to offend Muslim’s?

We are being told by the Muslim leaders, that Australians are to blame for the disenfranchised youth turning to these hateful passages in the Koran, because they are made to feel that they don’t fit in….. But how can that be? We offered Muslim’s from many countries safety in Australia. But Islam does not let a Muslim fully integrate into our society. To fully take our offer makes the Muslim an apostate, and worthy of death, because it goes against Muhammad’s goals for his religion, world domination.

We are told that ISIS is a small minority of people who have interpreted the Koran in a hateful way. But Islam has many terror groups, Jemaah Islamiah, Al Quaeda, Al Shaabab, The Taliban, Hezbollah, Hamas just to name a few. Islam hasn’t been hijacked, the Koran is full of justifications for the violence against non believers. ISIS are particularly scary because they use technology to scare people into submission by broadcasting these atrocities to the world.

We didn’t write the Koran, nor have we taught anyone what is written in it. The Imam’s and Sheiks teach the Non-Arabic speaking men and women what it takes to be a Muslim. How then, is it Australia’s fault that young men and women take the Koran quite literally and join these terror groups?

I find it incredibly offensive, that we are told to make concessions for a group of people that refuse to integrate into this society. How do we trust a minority group who insists that the infidel must have fear struck into his heart to quieten anyone who decides to criticise their religion? The Koran is based on the prophet Muhammad justifying his murderous desire for power, and Muslims believe that to accomplish world peace, they need to dominate the world. Does that make Islam peaceful?

Only 5 to 10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazi’s. How did that turn out?

I have taken it upon myself to research into what is going on and write about it. What I have discovered is a group of Muslims who are all intertwined, and connected to each other through the enclaves that they have created. The following is a small number of Australians that have turned to the hateful parts of the Koran to further the call for a world wide caliphate. Unfortunately, there are many, many more.

Zaky Mallah
Mallah was the first Australian charged under Anti Terror laws in 2003.
A video Mallah had made was the trigger for his arrest. Mallah reportedly made the video after he had been denied a passport.
Mallah spent two years in a high security prison while he awaited trial.
Mallah was acquitted of terrorism related charges, but, according to a paper by Andrew Zammit, he was convicted of the non-terrorism related offense of "threatening violence against a Commonwealth official”

Jake Bilardi
Changed his name to Abu Abdulla al-Australi, most commonly known as Jihadi Jake.
Bilardi has been labelled by the international media as a baby-faced White Jihadi ,whose background has been described as radically different from other Western recruits.
Died in a coordinated unsuccessful Suicide attack in, Ramadi Iraq, on 11 March 2015, killing only himself.
According to a friend, Bilardi was concerned his family would "spend eternity in hell" for being non-believers.

Abdul Nacer Benbrika 
Found guilty of plots on The m c g, Sydney’s Lucas Heights Nuclear Reactor, and Melbourne’s Crown Casino.
One of 17 men arrested in Australia in November 2005, charged with being members of a terrorist organisation and of planning terrorist attacks.
Benbrika is alleged to be the spiritual leader of a radical offshoot group from Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jammah Association, which allegedly has established ties with Jemaah Islamiah and al-Qaeda.
On 15 September 2008, Benbrika was found guilty on the charge of intentionally being the leader and a member of a terrorist organisation.
Concern has been expressed that while in jail Benbrika has been able to exert significant influence in spreading jihadist ideology.
Associates and relatives of his have died fighting for isis.

Man Haron Monis
Gunman at the Sydney Lindt Cafe Siege where he held 18 Australian’s hostage for 17 hours.
Monis promoted himself as an Iranian intelligence official, a political activist, a spiritual healer and expert in black magic, an outlaw bikie and a Muslim cleric.
Monis ran a "spiritual healing" business, telling some women that they needed to submit to sexual molestation to receive treatment.
In 2014, Monis was charged with accessory to murder of his ex-wife. While on bail, and facing a likely lengthy imprisonment, he declared allegiance to isis and the Levant.
Monis was investigated by ASIO four times, after more than 40 phone calls were made to the National Security Hotline.
In Granville New South Wales, Monis gave a lecture calling for an Islamic society, and taunting foreign governments saying, “your intelligence service is not working properly.”
In October 2014, Monis wrote a letter to George Brandis' office seeking advice on the legality of communicating with isis.
At the time of Monis death, he had recently converted from Shia Islam to the Radical Sunni Islam.

Numan Haider
Haider lived in Narre Warren Victoria, and was of Afghan descent.
He was one of 40 to 50 Australian citizens who had had their passports cancelled due to fears that they would join I S and the Levant.
Haider is reported to have attended the police station to discuss his cancelled passport. Two police officers from Victoria Police and the AFP approached him in the car park.
Haider produced a knife, and slashed the Victorian officer across the arm. He turned on the AFP officer, and first stabbed him in the face and chest. When the officer collapsed, Haider climbed on top of him, and repeatedly stabbed him. The police officer ordered Haider to drop the weapon, then shot him fatally in the head.
Haider was carrying two knives, and the black flag associated with isis.

Omar Al Kutobi & Mohammed Kiad
Accused of plotting an imminent terrorist attack on Sydney streets on, 17th Feb 2015.
Police allege the pair were poised to harm or kill someone using a large knife, before counter-terrorism police raided their home at Riverview Road Fairfield days before the attack, after receiving a tipoff from the public.
Police say they found a machete, a hunting knife, a homemade Islamic State flag, and a video recording.
It's believed one of the men starred in the video, which referred to committing a terrorist attack in the name of Islamic State, as revenge for incidents occurring overseas.

Khaled Cheikho, Moustafa Cheikho, Mohamed Ali Elomar, Abdul Rakib Hasan, and Mohammed Omar Jamal
Arrested in Sydney over a 2005 Sydney terrorism plot.
The men were arrested on charges of planning an act of terrorism targeting Sydney.
The group were found guilty on 16 October 2009, and were sentenced on 15 February 2010, for terms up to 28 years.
It is claimed that the men were motivated by a belief that Islam was under attack.
The five allegedly had links to Abdul Nacer Benbrika.
Police searches of their homes discovered instructions on bomb-making, 28,000 rounds of ammunition, 12 rifles, militant Islamist literature, and footage of beheadings carried out by Islamists.
According to the prosecution, the men purchased explosive chemicals and guns between July 2004, and November 2005.

Joseph "Jihad Jack", Terrence Thomas
Accused of providing resources to assist in a terrorist act.
Jihad Jack travelled to Pakistan and Afghanistan after he married and converted to Islam.
The first Australian to be convicted under anti-terrorism laws introduced in Australia after the 9/11 attacks. He was sentenced on 31 March 2006, to five years prison, with a non-parole period of 2 years.
An Australian federal magistrate made an assessment that Thomas is capable of launching a terrorist attack, and that his wife has links to the alleged spiritual leader of Jemaah Islamiah, Abu Bakar Bashir.
On 28 August 2006, Thomas had the conviction overturned and was issued with a control order with the following restrictions:
       He must abide by a curfew, confining him to his home from midnight until 5am each morning.
       He is allowed only one mobile phone, one land line, and is prohibited from using pay phones.
       He is required to seek written approval to make telephone calls.
       He is not to communicate with a list of persons identified as terrorists, including Osama bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri, and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
       He must not leave Australia.

Faheem Khalid Lodhi
Convicted terrorist accused of plotting to bomb the national electricity grid, Sydney Army Base Victoria Barracks, the Naval Base HMAS Penguin, and the Army Training Area Holsworthy Barracks.
During his trial, the court was told he trained in Pakistan with Lashkar-e-Toiba, and still had contact with them using mobile phones registered under false names. At the ruling, the Judge commented that Lodhi had "the intent of advancing a political, religious or ideological cause, namely violent “jihad", and to "instil terror into members of the public, so that they could never again feel free from the threat of bombing in Australia".
In August 2006, he was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment, with a 15-year non-parole period. He is classified as a high-security "AA" prisoner, and will be eligible for parole in 2019.

David Matthew Hicks
An Australian whose controversial conviction for providing material support for terrorism has been struck down on a technicality, because the charge was invalid as the law did not exist at the time of the alleged offence.
Hicks was detained after being involved in para-military training at Al Farouq training camp in Afghanistan during 2001.
In April 2007, Hicks was returned to Australia to serve the remaining nine months of a suspended seven-year sentence. During this period, he was precluded from all media contact.
Hicks converted to Islam in 1999, and took the name Muhammed Dawood. He was later publicly denounced due to his lack of religious observance.
Hicks now lives in Sydney and has written an autobiography.

Khaled Sharrouf
In 2005, Sharrouf was charged along with eight other Sydney men, over the biggest terrorism plot in Australian history. He was charged with possessing items to be used for a terrorist act, – six clocks, and 140 batteries he stole from a Big W store.
Sharrouf fell in with a crowd at Australia's most infamous prayer hall, located on Haldon Street in Lakemba.
In August 2005, Sharrouf was recorded on a listening device proclaiming his hatred for Australia. "Forget Australia law, ... Australia law get stuffed, finished ... give us all back our passports, and we will leave," he said.
The group's spiritual leader was Melbourne sheikh Abdul Nacer Benbrika.
December 2013, Sharrouf slipped out of Australia travelling on his brother's passport, headed for Syria looking to die in Jihad, as a martyr.
He is suspected of starring in a sickening Islamic State beheading video heavily bearded, dressed in khaki, and holding a knife, standing behind a man accused of being a spy’.
He joined isis with more than 100 other Australian’s, and has posed in photo’s holding decapitated heads of Syrian soldiers. Sharrouf also had his 7 year old son hold up the severed head of a soldier with the caption, 'that's my boy'.
Sharrouf’s wife and children wish to return to Australia because of poor living conditions. The Immigration minister says the 5 children may be put in care if they return from Syria with their mother.
There is no indication Sharrouf himself is looking to return.

 Sharky Jama
A 25 year old male model from Melbourne, was reportedly living in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, and fighting alongside I S militants.
Sharky was connected to Sydney street Dawah preacher, Abdul Salam Mahmoud, and self-styled sheik, Junaid Thorne.
Sharky used Facebook posts to describe his “dreams of entering paradise”. “When I am asleep I dream of jannah, when I am awake I fight to see its gates, and when I am in sujood I pray for protection from the blazing fire,” he said. “Jannah (paradise), so close.”
Sharky was shot dead in Syria in April 2015.

Harun Causevic & Sevdet Besim
Counter terrorism police allege the two men were planning an Islamic State inspired terrorist attack, and were arrested in Melbourne during anti-terror raids in March 2015.
It is alleged by police that the attack was targeting police officers involving ‘edged knives’, during an Anzac day ceremony.
It is understood that a number of the arrested men attended the Al Furqan Islamic study centre in South Springvale, and were associates of Numan Haider who also attended the centre.

Abu Jihad Al-Australi 
The 23 year old Australian man, formerly known as Suham Rahman, was killed in Syria while fighting alongside isis for 7 months.
A photo of the dead man was posted on twitter, and his Facebook account contained messages of support for the Charlie Hebdo gunmen, and threats to “spill blood” in Australia.
Rahman has previously been the subject of an investigation by police into a threat made against an Australian newspaper with a post that read, “theres no good left in you, if none of you do something about the australian newspaper mocking our prophet, peace be upon him. Dont be cowards."

Omarjan Azari & Mohammad Baryalei
Azari was arrested after a phone call between himself and Australian I S kingpin, Mohammad Baryalei, when Azari decided he would follow Mohammad’s instructions and ‘pick a random unbeliever, and kill them before covering them in the Islamic State flag’.
Azari was charged with preparing to commit a terrorist act after police raids across Sydney in September 2014.
The court heard Baryalei said it would serve as a message: “As you kill our people, we will also kill your people one by one”.

The name's of known jihadists from Australia, either fighting or died fighting in Syria / Iraq.

Neil Prakash – Abu Khaled al-Cambodi
Adam Dahman
Sammy Salma
Yusuf Toprakkaya
Roger Abbas
Zehra Duman
Mahmoud Abullatif
Yusuf Yusuf
Irfaan Hussein
Mohamed Elomar
Mostafa Mahamed
Mustapha Al Majzoub
Zakaryah Raad
Ahmad Moussalli
Caner Temel
Abu Nour al-Iraqi
Abdullah Elmir
Ahmad Al-Ghazzawi
Taha Elbaf
Hamza Elbaf
Bilal Elbaf
Omar Elbaf
Abdul Salam Mahmoud
Hodan Abby
Hafsa Mohamed
Abu Yusuf
Ahmed Succarieh
Abraham Succarieh
Yusuf Ali
Amira Ali
Zia Abdul Haq

Sheikh Mustapha Al Majzoub


Saturday, 6 June 2015

Aussie Women

Treatment of women in Australia by the Muslim community and the consequences, as told to me by a citizen who will remain anonymous.

This lead from a conversation we were having about #nofgm

Chrissy, it was a long time ago, but it is still ongoing today there is no secret about it.  I worked for the  (deleted to remain anon).

Muslim men, well dressed, well spoken, articulate and educated used to come in to the medical center and asked to book their daughters in for circumcision.  When I told them it was against our laws, and the answer was we wouldn't do it, they would abuse the living daylight out of me. Management didn't want to know about it, didn't want to speak about it. 

I have been molested by a Muslim doctor at Blacktown, he kept grabbing my breasts told me my medical for a job I was applying for wouldn't be good if I spoke out about it. I had to have an ultrasound at a Blacktown Medical Center, the doctor there would not allow me to put on a robe, he made me get under a sheet with my work clothes on (a black skirt and jacket and white shirt), he turned the lights off while he covered me or should I say tried to cover me in jel and I ended up in tears. My clothes and all of me sticky with jel everywhere, I complained to the management of the medical center on leaving, they said they knew about him others had complained also, and they were not renewing his lease (god knows when that was up) and they would take no action against him.

In this day and age (and this was happening 15 years ago and is still happening) these occurrences shouldn't be a part of our lives or our society.

People who have not lived and worked amongst Muslims but who live peacefully and happily among other ethnic groups need to wake up, other ethnic groups have kept their beliefs and customs and still integrated and respected us and our laws.  Muslims will never do that no matter how friendly they appear.

Every day I worked there I did the banking and Post Office run, and every single day I had men spit at me in Granville, call me a cunt and a whore, push me off footpaths, refuse to serve me in shops if others of their beliefs came into the shop.  In the end I left, and we moved to Queensland, I never want to live with that again.

Sunni V's Shia Muslima

Sunni and Shia Muslims have different requirements when covering 'their' women. Sunni women are fully covered with the burqa which covers the entire face with a mesh like covering over the eyes or the niqab where only the eyes are visible. Shia women choose to wear the Hijab which is the head scarf and allows her face to be seen.

In Saudi Arabia, the birth place of Islam, Shia women are required to wear the Burqa or Niqab in public for their safety.... they've seen what happens to a woman who isn't  covered and is subsequently raped leading muslima to believe they are at fault because they were 'seen'. These rapes result in barbaric stonings or being encouraged to carry out suicide bombings to 'redeem' themselves to Allah for their sin of sex outside marriage.

Muslima are taught that they MUST be covered and are extremely uncomfortable being seen by a male because that is what they have always known.

Ladies, you are NEVER at fault for choices made by another person nor do you need a male chaperone to protect your virtue, in Australia our laws protect you and we do not  tolerate violence against women. The beliefs instilled into you by your male minders are negated here. Break free from the blame put on you purely for being born a woman. You are capable of being strong and we give you the tools to do so. Come join us!

Dear Government officials, why are we supporting this practice? This isn't a society that holds the woman at fault for crimes committed against her. Why are we allowing the full faced, terror related, sex crime encouraging burqa? I beg you to help end the oppression and violence towards women.

What you see as a choice is not the case but a brainwashed woman made to believe crimes perpetrated against her are her fault.... THEY ARE NOT!



Peaceful Islam

**In accordance with my right to freedom of speech through any means available to me, the following is my interpretation of what I see happening in the world today, my understanding and feelings about Islam.

The best place to start is the beginning.... for me, it was October 2014 when I began noticing ISIS on the news and wondering why they were fighting and how it began. I did a little research, but didn't really understand or have the inclination to do so. It was so far away and didn't affect me. I figured it was just more of the same from the war torn Middle East. I chose to be ignorant.

When Man Monis took hostages in the Sydney Lindt Cafe in December 2014. I couldn't understand why all these people started coming out of the woodworks slamming Muslims and their religion. ISIS doesn't represent what Islam is, the media constantly told me that.

So I rode the #I'llridewithyou train and began explaining to anyone who would listen (and many that wouldn't) how this terrorist couldn't possibly represent all Muslims. He was clearly a radical and interpreted the Koran in the same way that ISIS do. I stood up for the poor Muslims against the rednecks in Australia and forgot about the real victims of this siege. The one's taken hostage or killed that day.

I've always been the sort of person who looks for the good in people (often to my own detriment). It's been instilled in me to look at others with empathy and forgiveness. I try not to tar everyone with the same brush, except I often do. We all do. Because we are judgmental beings. We judge what we don't understand by the only means available to us at the time, by using the values instilled in us at birth from the generations who came before us.

Everything changed for me the day I clicked on yet another video demonstrating Islam to be a religion of peace. I thought it would show me why we can't judge an entire religion by the actions of a radical's interpretation of a religious book. That isn't what this video was about though, what I had clicked on was something I hadn't bothered to learn about because I was so sure I was right (though I didn't have any knowledge to base this righteousness on).

It was the Three Stages of Jihad by David Wood. This video showed me what the media did not and set me on a path of learning. It showed me the strategy of Jihad and how Muslims use a political system to further their cause and ultimately take over the world. (Don't take my word for it, take theirs. Listen to what we are being told by Muslims the world over and believe them, to remain ignorant is to place our own head in the path of the Korans sword). This video demonstrated to me where we are in Australia right now in the first stage. I sat there shocked. I was shocked that I'd been so blind and ignorant. My eyes were now wide open and I started to drink in knowledge like a camel takes in water. I began reading books written by the people who had woken up before me and who have made it their mission to look into what we Westerner's are not supposed to know.

The language of the Koran is one that most Muslims don't speak, it is written in ancient Arabic and only those studious enough to 'want' to understand, will. Most Muslims rely on their Shieks and Imams to guide them, resulting in non Arab Muslims reciting passages and accepting a Prophet they know little about. The meaning of these passages (as so often is the case) is lost in translation. Never mind, many studious people have translated and analysed them to enable us to look into what has always been forbidden and give us the general idea.

What are the Imams and Shieks teaching? That Allah comes before everything in this life. While that doesn't sound too threatening on the surface, if you dig a little further you'll find that Allah must come before human life. Any human. Including a fellow Muslim. The Koran teaches that it's an insult to Allah if one doesn't follow his word closely enough or doesn't acknowledge its god. Mohammed's punishment for these crimes is death and he uses his followers to carry out his punishments. To get to Islamic paradise one needs to die in Jihad creating a win win situation for Islam. If one fights for Islam and kills his opponent he wins, if his opponent kills him, he and his family win and get tickets to paradise, instead of waiting conscious in the grave until judgment day.

Religion was hijacked the day Mohammed began to communicate with God. Because this communication conveniently justified his murderous desire for power. Modern day psychologists agree that Mohammed was a Warmongering Sociopath with Grandiose Delusions and an Ideology to take over the world. If he was alive today he'd be put into a Mental Asylum. (Its interesting to note that Hitler had the same characteristics and goals).

Mohammed used his communication with God to justify his rapes, raids and killings. He then cleverly closed the door on his religion ever being changed or hijacked by declaring himself to be the last in the line of religious prophets, so no one can change what he said or taught. Neither can one escape without the very real prospect of losing his life. While the world has grown past the barbarism of  Mohammed's time, Islam hasn't.  Until Muslims look at his religion with a critical eye (which makes them apostate and worthy of being killed) and move forward with the rest of the world then Islam will enslave us all, in many parts of the world it already does.

There are peaceful parts to the Koran and many Muslims follow only these, while ignoring that Mohammed himself abrogated these passages. To be a Muslim means to accept that Mohammed was the perfect Human Being. His life is the example for all Muslims to follow in every way possible. Of course, not all Muslims are very successful in this endeavour, but the level of devoutness of a Muslim is judged by how closely he follows Mohammed’s example and teachings.

The Koran instructs Muslims to follow the example of Mohammed but which example? In Mecca, Mohammed never used violence against Kaffirs and in the very early days even showed tolerance to other religions. Once in Medina though, Mohammed used violence almost all the time to achieve his aims, and never showed tolerance to Kaffirs. The Medina Koran is the later one and so abrogates the Meccan Koran, and yet the Meccan Koran is still valid because the Koran (and Mohammed) is perfect. A Muslim can follow either example. So how does a Muslim know which one to choose? As usual we have to look at Mohammed’s example to know the answer. In Mecca, Mohammed was not powerful, and was surrounded by enemies. When he went to Medina, he became powerful and used violence frequently to achieve his goals.

Some interesting undisputed events in Mohammed's life, which demonstrate his narcissistic personality;

  • Mohammed declared his loving, caring uncle who had protected him all his life to burn in hell because he wouldn't accept Islam on his death bed.
  • He killed a girls husband, father and brother and took her as a slave only to force her into marriage with him later the same day.
  • He sent his followers to bring the head of a man who was his ally back to him on a stake because of a perceived insult to Allah.
  • He persecuted the Jewish and Christians of his time because they did not accept his twist on their religion.

I'm a firm believer that to stop the islamisation of the West that all devout Muslims are calling for, the masses in this country need to wake up. We need to understand what Islam teaches and why it DOES affect us..

So I ask you, how can we fight Radical Islam when our leaders are ignoring what is written in these books and have no idea how or why Mohammed came to hold so much power. Dictators that have come since him have been hunted down and taken out for the threat they posed to the world (Hitler and Bin Laden for example). So then, why aren't we looking at the man Muslims hold so dear? Obviously, we can't hunt down Mohammed. But we can learn from history and not make the same mistakes that have been repeated the world over by ignoring his teachings.

How can our leaders stop terrorism on our shores when we have no idea what is taught in mosques and schools? There are many reports of children being taught only the word of Mohammed and mosques teaching the murderous hate filled Medina example of the Koran. We have undercover footage available of preaching's in the mosques. We have so much information available to us and yet, we are ignoring it all and giving Muslims funding to build more mosques and schools enabling them to radicalise from within.

Why aren't we blocking internet sites from ISIS that are radicalising our youth, the same way Saudi Arabia blocks its citizens from accessing books from Amazon kindle? Who is looking at this propaganda? Those who wish us harm!

Radical Islam is not just ISIS. Its Hamas, Boko Haram, Al Qaeda, Taliban, Hizb ut Tarir, Jamaah Islamiah. Its all of these (and many more) who are using the word of Mohammed to preach death to the apostates and kaffirs. Why is ISIS advancing so rapidly with little or no resistance from Muslims themselves? Because ISIS is another on the above list furthering Islam's cause, though granted they are more public about what they are doing in our technologically shrinking world.

Look around you, already people are too scared to stand up to the bullies of Islam because our survival instincts prevent us from upsetting those who are deadly about opposition, and currently Muslims are the minority. What will happen in 30 years to our aging nation when the numbers increase?

It is everyone's responsibility to look at Islam critically. We need to understand it's goals and where they come from, we need to understand why and how this religion was created. If we don't, our future generations will indeed need to move to another planet to escape Western civilisation being thrown into the same chaos we see in the middle east. I know the peaceful Muslims will outwardly disagree with what I have written here, but they know the truth, if they don't I urge them too, to learn. 

Why are Muslims so quick to hate Christians, Jews and Kaffirs but wont defend there own religion? Because it hasn't been hijacked by any terrorist organisation, Mohammed made sure of that.

Muslimah Freedom

‘If a fish lives its life in a fishbowl that is painted black on the outside, it can have no idea of the world outside the bowl’

My entire life I have fought against the stereotype of being the weaker sex. I've never accepted that I cannot do something purely because I was born a woman. Does this come from being born in a free society? Possibly. In Islam this goes much further than physically being the weaker sex. It runs into every facet of a woman's life. Islamic customs and sharia law restricts a woman in her education, employment, inheritance, genital circumcision, dress, marriageable age, birth control, divorce, sex, justice in the case of sex crimes, property rights and prayers. The Quran has outlined and structured the way in which a woman should live her life on a daily basis to protect her virtue and her families honour.

I find it incredibly difficult not to be horrified by what is happening to these women. I'm horrified by the 7th century practices women are submitting to for  what may or may not be God's word. A fair and loving god wouldn't have such hatred for a creation he himself made. This is the work of a bitter, twisted man. That man is the prophet Muhammad who is believed to be the example of a perfect man. Muhammad received the word of Allah that is now written down for all Muslims to follow in the Quran. Ironically, every communication he received served to justify his narcissistic desires in a twisted way.

What I can't understand is why the free world is not standing up and exposing this. Islam is a peaceful religion, its a minority interpreting the Quran in a radical way, right? So why are we afraid to stand up for the women who cannot stand up for themselves or even realise that they need standing up for? Are we scared of the repercussions of exposing this? Why?

Many ex-muslims are speaking out about the treatment they received in this male dominated culture and exposing it for what it is and yet the silence from our women's lib groups is deafening. Why? Is a fellow woman not entitled to the same treatment in this country as you yourself enjoy, if she had the misfortune of being born or unwittingly marrying into this culture? No. In the free world we need to protect those without a voice.

Muslimah repeatedly tell us they aren't dominated under this culture, and I'm sure that in some cases that is true. But how can you know what freedom feels like, if you have never felt it? Muslim women are led to believe by their male dominated culture that they are inferior to men, this is normal to her and if she thinks to challenge this, she is quickly shut down by passages in the Quran and hadith’s such as this from one of the prophets dreams where he explains what he saw in his dream and why it was happening to each woman.

"As for the woman who was hanged from hair, she would not cover her hair from men.* The woman who was hanged from her tongue, used to bring harm to her husband * The one who was hanged from her breasts, cumulated her husband’s bed. * The woman whose legs were tied to her breasts and hands to forehead and suffering from serpents and scorpions, would not clean her body from major impurity or menstruation, and neglected prayer. * The woman whose head was like a pig’s and had a donkey’s body, was a talebearer and liar.” (Entire passage at the end of this blog)

In a society that values the afterlife more than this life, is it any wonder that these teachings strike terror into women and restricts her from challenging her prophets dream and the treatment she recieves? Why is she treated like this? Because Muhammad wrote in the Quran that Allah has made man superior to women and if a woman disobeys him, he must punish her.
A peaceful God wouldn't need to use violence to further his pursuit for peace... thats the work of the devil.

A Muslim once told me “I’m not oppressed, my husband lets me drive a car and go to work”. Her husband ‘lets’ her. I replied “Freedom is choosing to do something you want, not deciding to do so for fear of the repercussions”. She couldn't understand the difference.

To understand just how far male dominance reaches into every facet of a Muslim woman’s life, lets look at marriage in Islam.

·         Sharia law states that a Muslim man can be married to four women at the same time
·         Women are only allowed one husband who must be a fellow Muslim.
·         Men can marry up to four wives as long as he can provide for them.
·         Shia Muslim Men may enter into temporary marriages that can last from an hour to a couple of months, the man must make a mandatory cash payment to his temporary bride effectively making her a prostitute concealed behind religion.

·         65-80% of marriages are between first and second cousins.
·         Forbidden marriages include marrying a biological father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter, same sex marriage and the husband of a biological daughter and step father (but a man can marry his step mother or the wife of his biological son).

Child Brides
The life of Islam’s prophet determines many things and this is true when it comes to the age a girl is considered old enough to marry. Muhammad married 6 year old Aisha and consummated the marriage when she was 9.
·         In Saudi Arabia, the birth place of Islam, there is no minimum legal age a girl can marry
·         The marriageable age of the girl is determined by her biological age and her nearest male guardian.
·         Muslim communities in Yemen, Saudi Arabia, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia, Egypt and Nigeria argue that it is their Islamic right to marry girls under 15 years of age, regardless of the age of the male.
·         Marriage cannot be forced onto the girl
·         A girls silence is taken as consent as it show’s her virtue

Interfaith Relationships
·         A Muslim woman cannot marry a Non-Muslim male
·         She cannot leave Islam to marry a Non-Muslim male, (to leave Islam makes one guilty of apostasy, for which the punishment is death).
·         A man is allowed to marry a woman of a different faith. (Muslim’s explain the reason for this is because the wife must be subservient to her husband, since the Muslim is superior to those of other faiths, she cannot be subservient and superior at the same time).
·         Children born during the marriage automatically belong to the father or his nearest male relative ensuring the continuation of Islam. This is why the husband must be muslim.
·         There are severe punishments for a Muslim woman and a Non-Muslim man if marrying against the Sharia.

Marriageable rights
·         A married Muslim woman’s place is in the home.
·         A husbands place is in public.
·         The woman must fulfil her marital and maternal responsibilities by submitting to sex with her husband whenever he chooses.
·         A Muslim woman cannot say no to her husband.
·         She must raise the children and accept all responsibility for them. Though she has no legal rights to them.
·         The husband is responsible for the financial obligations.
·         The Quran gives the man the right of guardianship and superiority over the family structure in order to prevent dissension and friction between the spouses.
·         A man is permitted to admonish his wife, then lightly tap, push or beat her if she shows disobedience, disloyalty or rebellion.
·         Marriage is between the Muslim man and his wives.
·         Assets are not merged and there is no shared marital property.
·         Muslim women who stay at home and don’t work have no claims on the collective wealth.
·         In the case of her husband’s death, the majority of the estate is shared between the husbands closest male relatives, the wife will inherit one quarter.
·         If there were children born from the marriage, the inheritance is divided between the children with a small percentage given to the widow.
·         The female child will receive half as much inheritance as the son and the widow receives less than her daughters.

·         The husband can marry and have sex with as many women as he chooses including Non-Muslim slave girls who are married to Non-Muslim men.
·         After sex and menstruation, Muslim men and women must do a major cleaning ritual with water and ablutions, seeking forgiveness from God.
·         Sex between a woman and any man that she is not married to is a religious crime, including pre-marital sex and rape. The punishment for this crime is 100 public lashes or stoning to death where the woman is buried up to her waste and males throw ‘stones’ at her until she is dead. This practice is happening TODAY.
·         An accusation of rape must be made with four male eyewitnesses or a confession from the perpetrator, failure to have either of these is treated as a false accusation and punishable by flogging.
·         Sex with Non-Muslim slave women is not considered adultery.
·         This principle of religious crime only applies for unlawful sex between free Muslim men and free Muslim women.
·         Several Islamic countries, such as Morocco, allow rapists to avoid criminal prosecution if they marry their victim.

ISLAM'S DEPLORABLE AFTERLIFE OF MUSLIMAHS - Via F.A.I.T.H. - Forensic Audit of Islamic Traditions and History.
Ali Ibn Abi Talib (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “I came to the Prophet accompanied with Fatimah but We noticed him weeping vehemently.
I said, “I sacrifice you with my father and mother, Messenger of Allah. Why do you weep?” 
He said, “O Ali, in the night Journey (Isra) when I was taken up to the sky, I saw some women of my nation suffering some types of torture. Therefore, I wept because of their severe tortures.
* I saw a woman who was hanging from her hair and her brain was boiling. 
* Another Woman was hanging from her tongue and a boiling fluid was being poured into her mouth. 
* Another woman whose legs were tied to her breasts and her hands to her forehead and another who was hanging from her breasts.
* Another whose head was like a pig’s and body like a donkey and suffered million types of torture
*Another woman who had the shape of a dog while the fire pierced her month until it left her body from the anus and the angels were also Scourging her with lashes of fire.
Upon hearing that, Fatimah asked. O darling and the pleasure of my eyes, what were they doing to Suffer such torture?
Then the Prophet said;
O daughter, as for the woman who was hanged from hair, she would not cover her hair from men.
* The woman who was hanged from her tongue used to bring harm to her husband
* The one who was hanged from her breasts cumulated her husband’s bed.
* The woman whose legs were tied to her breasts and hands to forehead and suffering from serpents and scorpions would not clean her body from major impurity or menstruation, and neglected prayer.
* The woman whose head was like a pig’s and had a donkey’s body was a talebearer and liar. 
*As for the last one, she used to remind recipients of her charity to them and was envious.
"O daughter, woe to her who disobeys her husband.”

Muhammad's scaremongering tactics and fertile imagination has mentally enslaved every woman who is unfortunate enough to be born a Muslim, marry a Muslim or convert to Islam..... but the silence in the West is deafening.