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Child Marriage Comes to Australia

By Robert Spencer

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The girl’s Muslim parents forced her into the marriage when she was fourteen. Her mother tried to put a good face on a bad situation, enticing the girl with a picture of marriage as a never-ending party: her husband, she said, would treat the girl to ice cream and lollipops and take her to movies and amusement parks. Reality turned out to be a bit different: her husband imprisoned her inside their home and forced her to watch violent videos featuring jihad attacks against soldiers from Western countries. He also raped her and beat her frequently.

The girl went to her father for help. But her father, as she recounted later, was completely unsympathetic, telling her: “So what if he raped you? So what if he bashed you? The only way you can come back to me is in a coffin.”

This didn’t happen in Pakistan, or Egypt, or Indonesia. This girl suffered in comfortable suburban Australia, where Western society failed her as thoroughly as did Islamic society: she went to a teacher and explained what was happening, but despite laws requiring teachers to report such incidents, nothing was done….

….Likewise naïve are those who believe that stopping child marriage in Western countries will be a simple matter of enforcing our own laws. The relentless campaigns against anti-Sharia legislation have already branded foes of Islamic law as “bigots.” What’s more, Islamic leaders in the West, since child marriage is endorsed by nothing less than the example of Muhammad himself, are certain eventually to begin to resist attempts to prosecute those who engage in it.

This is already happening in Muslim countries. In 2009, Muslim clerics in Yemen issued a fatwa declaring that opposition to child marriage makes one an apostate from Islam. A law raising the legal marriage age for girls to adult levels was nevertheless passed, but then almost immediately repealed after some Yemeni legislators argued that it was un-Islamic. In Malaysia in December 2010, a government minister, Nazri Aziz, said at a press conference that the Malaysian government had no plans to legislate against child marriage, because of Islam: “If the religion allows it, then we can’t legislate against it.”

In July 2013, a Muslim leader named Alhaji Mujahid Abubakar Dokubo-Asari warmly endorsed the Nigerian Senate’s approval of child marriage, and accused foes of child marriage of lacking respect for Muslims and their rights: “People should learn to respect other people’s sensibilities. … We Muslims have the right to marry when we want or give out our daughters at any age we want. It is not your business and the law must respect our right to do so. Anything short of that is an infringement on our rights.”

It will come to this in our countries: “respect” Muslim sensibilities, or stop child marriage. In Australia, in the case of this young victim of forced marriage, child marriage, and spousal abuse, it already should have.

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9 Responses

  1. Have the authorities been informed? If so has any action been taken? If not, why not.

  2. fuck their religion! they should be judged by the same laws as the rest of us! if a christian or a buddhist did something like, they would be strung up by the balls!

  3. Filthy, Putrid, Pedophile, GRUBS should be hung

  4. They forced her to marry a muslim man because she had a non muslim boyfriend.

  5. This has been happening in Aus for over 20 yrs, how can this be fit for parents to do this why isn’t docs involved its child abuse clear as day!!!

  6. Youtube Teresa van Lieshout, if I can politically, I will fight this evil pedophilia, until it is eradicated with capital punishment, it’s the only solution to stop it.

  7. Great article, but do the world a favour, call it what it is, not child marriage, rather, wide-spread PEDOPHILIA. Politically, I am advocating capital punishment for pedophilia, on account of this world wide horrific evil of muslim men.

    • Maybe this is what we need Teresa, something political to happen someone to start the ball rolling, it’s a good idea, everything that happened to this poor little girl is illegal and there are posters everywhere to say this in our police stations….. Why did the teacher not report this!!!!!! and now this is out have there been arrests made???? We abide by Australian laws in this country…. Not SHARIA. This needs to be stopped now by our government if they choose not to do it. Then it may be time for another political party. Also are welfare now involved in this. I cannot believe this is allowed to happen here.

      • just putting it out there, but as australians we also have to abide by these laws overseas. if you get busted having legal, consensual sex with a minor in a country where it is legal, but the AFP finds out. you’ll be jailed upon your return for breaking australia’s laws. we have a certain standard of morals here that we expect of all our citizens at home and abroad. i don’t know about everyone else but i’m getting really fucking sick of people coming to australia and pretending like they’re still living in the desert where anything goes.

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