450 Muslims Wed GIRLS Under Ten In Gaza


Muhammed married a six year old bride. But

 Islam has evolved in 1500      
 years. In Hamas land, in 2009, the brides

 are almost seven.               
 Mass Muslim Marriage in Gaza                                              
 450 Grooms Wed GIRLS Under Ten In Gaza                   

A gala event has occurred in Gaza.                                        
 Hamas sponsored a mass wedding for four

 hundred and fifty couples.        
 Most of the grooms were in their mid to late

 twenties; most of brides were
 under ten.                                                                
 Muslim dignitaries including Mahmud Zahar,

 a leader of Hamas, were on hand
 to congratulate the couples who took

 part in the carefully staged         
 We are saying to the world and to America that

you cannot deny us joy and 
 happiness, Zahar told the grooms, all of whom

were dressed in identical   
 black suits and hailed from the nearby Jabalia

 refugee camp.              
 Each groom received a gift of 500 dollars from Hamas.                     
 The pre-pubescent girls, dressed in white

 gowns and adorned with garish   
 make-up, received bridal bouquets.                                        
 We are presenting this wedding as a gift to our

 people who stood firm in  
 the face of the siege and the war, Local Hamas

 strongman Ibrahim Salaf    
 said in a speech.                                     

The International Center for Research on

Women now estimates that there   
 are 51 million child brides now living on planet

earth and almost all in  
 Muslim countries.                                                         
 Twenty-nine percent of these child brides

 are regularly beaten and        
 molested by their husbands in Egypt ;

twenty six percent receive similar  
 abuse in Jordan .                                                         
 Every year, three million Muslim girls

 are subjected to genital           
 mutilation, according to UNICEF. 

This practice has not been outlawed in  
 many parts of America .    


Do you want our children around these

kind of people who believe this way.

The fact remains,America is not a muslim Nation!   


 There childhood is gone & Abuse begins-Is there any way to help these children!  




 Female Genital Mutilation

 will be  done to these children

 above if it has not been done already,

 They are also trapped into a life of sex

  abuse & much more! read below!


Nothing is given for pain! They simply do not care!

The  children & also women


 are taken -many times blind

 folded-held down-& cut with razor blades

 in their  genital area within their bodies &

other sharp tools are used as well, 

to preform  a very bloody

act of pain & horror on the victims!


  Many times the

 the gatherings that are watching the horror unfold,rejoice

 as the girls screams & screams in pain!




What this does to the children- Female Genital Mutilation provides details of their

physical, psychological and sexual consequences for

women and girls. Physical consequences include:


  death, haemorrhage,

 shock, injury to neighbouring organs, infection, severe pain, failure to

 heal, Abscess formation, dermoid,


cyst, keloids, scar neuroma,

painful sexual intercourse, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B and other

bloodborne diseases, pseudo-infibulation, reproductive tract

 infection, dysmenorrhea,


urine retention, urinary tract

 infection, chronic urinary tract obstruction, urinary incontinence,

stenosis of the artificial opening to the vagina,

complications with regard to labour and delivery.


Female genital mutilation, also called female genital cutting, refers to

the removal of all or part of the female genitalia. Despite global efforts

 to promote abandonment of the practice, FGM/C remains widespread

 in many developing countries, and has spread to other parts

 of the world, such as Europe and North America, where


some immigrant families have now settled. But UNFPA and

UNICEF, through a joint programme launched in 2007, are

 working to end to this persistent violation of the human

 rights of girls and women in one generation.


Some 3 million women and girls face FGM/C every year,

 while some 100 to 140 million have already undergone

 the practice. The majority live in 28 countries in Africa

 and Western Asia. The practice has also been reported

 among certain populations in India, Indonesia and Malaysia. 


Immediate and long-term consequences

Female genital mutilation/cutting has both immediate and long-term

consequences for the health of women. The effects

of FGM/C depend on the type performed, the expertise of

 the practitioner, the conditions under which it is conducted,

the amount of resistance and general health condition


of the girl/woman undergoing the procedure. Complications

may occur in all types of FGM/C, but are most frequen

t with infibulations, which includes

stitching or narrowing of the vaginal opening.

The practice of FGM/C has had immediate and lifelong


psychological affects on the estimated 100 to 140 million

women and girls who have been subjected to this procedure.

 The experience has also been related to a range of


psychological and psychosomatic disorders which, in

 turn, affect eating, sleeping, moods and cognition.

Symptoms can manifest themselves in various ways,


including those associated with post-traumatic stress

syndrome. Severe physical health

 consequences can also emerge.


How ever you look at this -IT IS CHILD  ABUSE!


The Abolition of Female

 Genital Mutilation

The abolition of female genital

mutilation has become a

worldwide human rights cause


Countries Practicing

Genital Mutilation

  • Benin
  • Burkina Faso
  • Cameroon
  • Central African Republic
  • Chad
  • Djibouti
  • Egypt
  • Ethiopia
  • Gambia
  • Guinea
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • Ghana
  • Ivory Coast
  • Kenya
  • Liberia
  • Mali
  • Mauritania
    • Niger
    • Nigeria
    • Senegal
    • Sierra Leone
    • Somalia
    • Sudan
    • Tanzania
    • Togo

                                                                            In the West, the

                                                 procedure is outlawed in countries listed below

                                                         But In America i feel this is still

                                                taken place-either behind closed doors,

                                                   or doctors who do not care about human life.


    "Australia (six states), Burkina Faso, Canada, Central

    African Republic, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Ghana,

     Guinea, New Zealand, Nigeria (3 states), Norway,

    Senegal, Sweden, Tanzania, Togo, the

     United Kingdom, and the United States.







    these acts! sign petitions! write!


     this is a crime against

    humanity! God

    made the female body

    the way He wants it to be! 





    we must protect the children!


    larger photo below...child abusing & molesting perverts!


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