14 and pregnant Child brides in NZ.

Child brides, widely promoted in Muhammad’s sharia law, with divorce laws for such in the Koran itself, are one of the main differences between Islam and other religions here in NZ. Although charities are set up to deal with the children after they have been raped, the government makes no attempts to prosecute the mosques marring these kids.

Quran: 33:21. There has certainly been for you in the Messenger of God an excellent pattern for anyone whose hope is in God and the Last Day and [who] remembers God often.

I used to play with the dolls in the presence of the Prophet, and my girl friends also used to play with me. When Allah’s Messenger (?) used to enter (my dwelling place) they used to hide themselves, but the Prophet would call them to join and play with me. (The playing with the dolls and similar images is forbidden, but it was allowed for `Aisha at that time, as she was a little girl, not yet reached the age of puberty.)

Narrated Hisham’s father: Khadija died three years before the Prophet (?) departed to Medina. He stayed there for two years or so and then he married `Aisha when she was a girl of six years of age, and he consumed that marriage when she was nine years old.

Journalists from TVNZ have details of NZ’s faithful Islamic population and their child marriages here: Sunday March 14: Child brides

Notice how in Hamilton, according to those interviewed, the whole Muslim community who attend the mosque knows what is going on, but nothing is done to stop them marrying! It’s such a normal part of their culture.

The 3 video segments are now available here:
Part 1:

part 2:

Part 3:

Another short video here on a young Pakistani woman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVZ3WWfVu5I

Divorce laws for child brides are found in the korans handed out here in NZ:

As you can tell, death was a common enough occurrence for those raped so young that it warranted inclusion in the sharia of the koran itself. To our knowledge there is no comparable clauses in any other religions own religious literature.