Do we want Sharia Law to creep into our society? If your answer is NO – what are you doing about it? Countries such as France didn’t recognise the creep and now its too late!
- Politics and Economics
- Sexual Intercourse
- Etiquette and Fasting
Sharia is based on the teachings and example of Mohammed as articulated in the Qur’an and his biographies, Sira and Hadith.
To be a Muslim is to believe that Mohammed is the perfect man. Mohammed was such a perfect man that he consummated his marriage to Aisha when she was 9 years old. He was such a good man that he reluctantly allowed the poor girl to bring her dolls to his harem. That was big of him wasn’t it?
A disturbing aspect of Sharia Law is it’s following the example of Mohammed – the minimum age for marriage being 9 years old and once married; she has no rights in refusing sexual intercourse with her husband, except under extreme circumstances.
Sharia is an Islamic Law which deals with several topics including:
A man can have sexual pleasure from a child as young as a baby. However he should not penetrate. If he penetrates and the child is harmed, then he should be responsible for her subsistence all her life. This girl, however would not count as one of his four permanent wives. The man will not be eligible to marry the girl’s sister – Ayatollah Khomeini
From Khomeini’s book, “Tahrirolvasyleh”, fourth volume, Darol Elm, Gom, Iran 1990
More recently, Imam Choudary claimed that 9 year old girls are mature enough to be having sex and stated his view: we believe that the lower age for the woman to become mature, meaning she is a mature woman, is at the age of 9 and there is nothing wrong with that.
Of course, not all Muslims engage in the above mentioned behaviour – this does not change the fact that Islamic scripture condones such behaviour.
France is a troubled country due to the spread of Islam as so called peaceful Muslims became more radical, demanding Sharia Law in certain areas of the country (Kern, 2014). Do we want to take the risk that areas of Australia could if we follow the trend in Europe? Be overtaken by Islamic Communities and Sharia Law would exist? Potentially placing our young girls at extreme risk?
If you find this confronting – then I encourage you to do your own research about Sharia Law and what it could mean for Australia.
Are you going to be part of the silent majority and sit back and just allow Sharia Law to gradually happen? Or are you going to stand up for what Australia is and protect this country from foreign influences that do not respect our people, culture, customs and laws?