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'Prophet" Muhammed jailed by Turkish court for child abuse

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Nov 10, 2009 at 15:20

havas wrote :

> before finishing 15 years of age any kind of sex even touchings to children is a crime and 9 years of jail.

normal age for merriege with your own will is when you finish 18. but after you finish 15 ,only if the parents aprove it, they can merry.<

I'd love to know what "approving" by parents looks like in a society where violence in the family with honour killing is endemic and conformism is held to be supreme virtue? To the best of my knowledge it is parents who decide everything and children have to obey the marriage arrangements made for them. Thus dysfunactional marriages come into being and they are at the core of mass domestic violence in Turkish families. Where there is no love, there is no respect and where the Quran allows to beat wives, extensive use is made of the generous Quranic provision.

> in rural turkey ,especially in eastern parts even today, there are children under 15 sold by their fathers to older men. but if someday when the child grows up complains to police about this merriege, or if she makes a baby and goes to hospital, or if the neighbouurs relativs informs the police, father will go into jail for a long long time for sure.

...and the child in due course will be maimed or killed by the offended relatives ... I know how things work in Turkey. It's interesting that they work this way also in free and industrialized Germany where the German public is time and again frightened by the recurring news from the Turkish community of girls and women found stabbed to death, beheaded or shot dead by an angry relative doing their Islamic duty of honour killing.

Frankly, how can you imagine a little girl in a rural area, where everybody knows everybody else and where the memories of honour killings and wife and child beatings belong almost to the daily routine, simply going and reporting on her father or uncle for beating and/or raping her ? She knows what awaits her when the family learns who has informed the authorities, doesn't she ? And she has been taught to hide the family crimes rather than disclose them and so expose the whole family to shame.

So again what you say looks fine on the face of it but on closer examination as usual it turns out to be what everything is in Turkey - bogus and deceptive. You tell us about fine laws which however exist only on paper and have few if any positive effects on Turkey's intrinsically vicious ways.

> so the risk is too high. and this islamist government brougt this hard laws. it must be a contradiction for you, because you dont know islam.<

It brought this hard law because of the ubiquitous child abuse which is so characteristic of the dysfunctional and sick Moslem Turkish society. Such laws speak volumes and they refute all of your lofty claims.

> and this is a very good example of it. because this guy igot 15 years for jail now.he didnt even do direct sex with the child. it doesnt change what he says about allahs words, important thing is he is severely punished . as you see you dont know islam.<

Whatever rosy images your Islamic glasses help produce in your eyes, they reflect no reality at all. The Moslem pervert got the sentence only because there was an outcry and wide protests after he was set free and made the notorious statement in his own favour on TV. What you forgot to mention is that he abused the child with her mother's full consent and most probably paid for the sick "pleasure" in accordance with the vicious Turkish tradition. In this case the new Islamic law would rather justify him and if he arranged a sham marriage with the girl he would get away without a jail sentence.

And if you play your trite card of higher Islamic moralityhere, then the most interesting question would be what sentence your so called "prophet" would get in today's 99.8 % Islamized Turkey for raping the 9 year old Aisha ? Would a Turkish court be satisfied with 15 years in jail for "the seal of the prophets" or would they decide to stone the bastard instead? ...Or you would rather cancel the law to set free your holy supercriminal whose conduct Hüseyin Üzmez and thousands and thousands of undiscovered Moslems like him are just imitating ?

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