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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Morocco gives rape victim, 15, two options "Marry the Muslim rapist or face adultery charges (death penalty)"

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The tragic suicide of a 16-year-old girl named Amina Filali who had been pressured by a Sharia court to marry her rapist. This is how rape victims are treated Under Sharia law in the Islamic country of Morocco.
The Shari'a court ruled that the girl must marry the rapist or face charges of adultery, which is punishable by death.
In the video below The parents of Amina Filali say she took her own life after leading a miserable life of abuse with her muslim attacker and his family in the marital home. Amina, who was raped at the age of fifteen, is now buried in a graveyard close to her parents' home. "He raped my daughter, he mistreated my daughter. She complained to me that she was mistreated, that she didn't get fed,
that he threatened to kill her if she stayed there," Amina's mother Zohra Filali wept. Article 475 of the Moroccan penal code allows for the "kidnapper" of a minor to marry his victim to escape prosecution, and it has been used to justify a traditional practice of making a rapist marry his victim to preserve the honour of the woman's family. The victim's father, Hamidu Filali, says he was against the marriage but that court officials pushed the marriage option when they reported the rape. He said the court pushed the marriage, even though 16-year-old Amina Filali refused. In cases of rape, the burden of proof is often on the victim and if she can't prove she was attacked, a woman risks being prosecuted for debauchery.
Where are all human rights organizations?
Why is the world silent when crimes against humanity are committed on a regular basis in the Middle East, Asia and Africa?
An estimated 12 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.

Here is a proof quote from the Islamic scriptures (Hadiths) that Muslims consider authentic record that Muhammad’s favorite wife, Aisha, was six when Muhammad wedded her and nine when he consummated the marriage:

“The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death)” (Bukhari 7.62.88).