A Christchurch man busts a pedophile wanting sex with a child outside a famous NZ mosque last night…
But can you blame a man when he’s following the example of the prophet? When Sharia is above the law of the land? When it’s normal in their country, and no culture is “bad”?
From the Islamic sacred texts: Narrated Jabir bin `Abdullah:
When I got married, Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said to me, “What type of lady have you married?” I replied, “I have married a matron’ He said, “Why, don’t you have a liking for the virgins and for fondling them?” Jabir also said: Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “Why didn’t you marry a young girl so that you might play with her and she with you?’
See also: 14 & pregnant: Child brides & Sharia takes priority over NZ law.
See also: FIANZ protests to BSA of “unfair” portrayal of Islamic child marriage on NZ TV; it’s not their fault!
See also: FIANZ: Marrying cousin not a health risk.
*WARNING EXPLICIT CONTENT* Pedophile plays dumb after being caught attempting to pay a child for sex [Video removed]
Police have discouraged members of the public from taking the law into their own hands after a self-proclaimed pastor posted videos online of himself snaring alleged paedophiles and confronting them on camera.
The man, who claims he is an independent pastor, poses as an underage girl online and engages in sexually explicit communication with the alleged offenders, before arranging to meet up in person.
He then films the confrontations when he tells them he is in fact the “underage girl” they have been communicating with.
In the videos, the pastor asks the alleged offenders to explain why they wanted to meet up with a 15-year-old girl for sex.
He tells them it is in their “best interest” to talk to him and that he won’t go to the police if they answer his questions.
In one of the videos, a man can be seen trying to get away from the camera while apologising and asking the person holding the camera not to ruin his life.
“I made a mistake. I feel so sorry, please don’t put my name on it. I won’t do it again, I promise [sic],” he says while pulling his cap low over his eyes.
Another of the men being confronted on camera denies he had arranged to meet up with a teenage girl and says he is a married man.
When he tries to walk away, the cameraman tells him if he leaves “this is going on the internet and the police are going to get involved”. He tells him to “apologise to New Zealand”.
The pastor said he started connecting with alleged paedophiles online after he spoke to victims and perpetrators of sexual abuse. He only started recording these confrontations last week.
He said he confronted these people because he cared deeply for young people.
“I think pastors should be out on the street doing this kind of stuff. It is radical, it is a bit edgy and it shows people you really do give a damn.”
A police spokesman said members of the public were discouraged from similar actions as they could place themselves and other members of the public at risk.
“Such behaviour could also harm current or future police investigations targeting online offenders. We would hate to see such behaviour hindering or preventing a prosecution against an online offender.”
The pastor said he did not think he was doing anything wrong.
“If it wasn’t me there, [the alleged offender] would probably go and see another underage girl.
“I am the only thing in between them and somebody [else]. And I like to catch them before they harm one of our young people.”