Tag Archives: Women in Islam

Jordan: Teen Forced To Marry Rapist

by Women Against Shariah
But of course me must listen to the twisted Muslims that visit this site and tell us this doesn’t happen.  They are all knowing and we know nothing, so they say.

In conservative Muslim societies like Jordan, rapists can walk free thanks to penal code Article 308, known as the “rape-law.”

In April, the unidentified girl was shopping in the northern city of Zarqa when a 19-year-old man kidnapped her, took her to the desert where he had a pitched a tent and raped her for three consecutive days, judicial sources said.


Amman – The ordeal of a 14-year-old girl who was kidnapped and raped repeatedly for three days has infuriated Jordanians, especially when her attacker agreed to marry her to avoid going to jail.

Police found the girl during a routine patrol, drove her back to her family home and arrested the man.Within days news emerged that the boy had agreed to marry the girl, while all charges against him have been dropped.

Earlier this month, another girl, aged 15, was talked into following a young man to an empty apartment in Amman where she was also raped.

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Sudanese Woman Reportedly Sentenced To Death By Stoning For Adultery

by Women Against Sharia
(KHARTOUM) – A court in the Sudanese capital Khartoum has sentenced an unidentified woman to be executed by stoning for committing the “crime of fornication” under Islamic Shariah laws, local newspapers reported on Wednesday.

Video showing a Sudanese woman being flogged by the country’s morality police known as the Public Order PoliceThe sentence was handed down on 14 May by Judge Sami Ibrahim Shabo who presides over the general criminal court in Um Bada area, in the suburbs of Khartoum’s twin-city of Omdurman.
According to the privately-owned daily newspaper Al-Ahram al-Yawm, the court issued the sentence after the defendant refused to “retract her earlier confessions” that the child she gave birth to is from a man other than her husband.

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Bangladesh: 503 Women Publicly Flogged

Women Against Shariah

“Fatwa should be made punishable as it goes against the existing law of our country,” he was quoted as saying by The Daily Star.

Largest selling Bengali language daily Prothom Alo arranged the roundtable following last month’s death of a teenage girl from Shariatpur near here, who was raped by a neighbour and then whipped a 100 times after a fatwa was issued.

She could not take more than about 80 lashes and fell unconscious, eyewitnesses told media. She died a day later in hospital.

The case caused a national outcry after it was found that the police and the hospital colluded with the family of the alleged rapist to deny that there was any wrongdoing.

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Muslim Woman Won’t Remove Scarf For Jail Photo

Women Against Sharia
More demands for special treatment…. What is more ironic in this case is that the woman in question pleaded guilty to alcohol violation but claims to be a devout Muslim. Not so different from the waitress who sued over a pub uniform, claiming it was indecent, while her Facebook photos showed her in low-cut tank tops. 

From CBS 4:

A Muslim woman who refused to remove her headscarf for a Boulder County jail booking photo has been told she’ll have to explain her refusal to a judge.

Maria Hardman, 19, of Boulder, who says she converted to Islam three years ago, pleaded guilty to an alcohol violation and was sentenced to two days in jail plus community service.

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French Officials Rule Burqa Ban Legal

Jihad Watch:

Remember: France standing up for its cultural and societal identity is “hatred” and “Islamophobia.” Islamic countries standing up for their cultural and societal identities is a legitimate self-assertion. “Officials rule France burqa ban legal,” from CNN, October 7 (thanks to Mackie):

France’s plan to ban the burqa and other Islamic face coverings in public places is legal, top constitutional authorities in France ruled Thursday, clearing the final hurdle before the ban becomes law….French people back the ban by a margin of more than four to one, the Pew Global Attitudes Project found in a survey earlier this year.

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