Monday, August 19, 2013

What the hell is wrong with these people?

Child abuse happens, we know this, there are safeguards in place to prevent it, both physical and sexual. That said, they aren't perfect and the system is only as good as those monitoring and enforcing it. However those who are employed as guardians in the social services at least need to know if there's a problem in the first place...
My husband has sexually assaulted our daughter of 14 years old. She says he came in her bedroom, lied down behind her, undress her undergarment and put his private part from behind to front. she is not sure if it was entered or not. he left it there a while and then went away. I have thrown him out the day I found out. He denies it but I don’t believe him. He says it is unintentional if it happened. Could I give him another chance? He says he realizes his faults now and that he was away from deen and zikr and it is very important to be focused with Islam If I look at whats happened I hate this man. but when I look at the 17 years we’ve spent together I feel emotionally shattered. Two people who have been told the situation say that in Islamic shariah we could no longer live as husband and wife after his action. I don;t event know if I can live with him anymore but would still like to rectify the situation. Please could you tell me is our nikah now haraam.

All perfect praise be to Allaah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allaah, and that Muhammad , is His slave and Messenger.

What this man did is a great, abominable and obnoxious sin. In addition to its being a great sin, it is contrary to the Fitrah and the natural predisposition of human beings as we have clarified in Fataawa 88782 and86063.

Dear Sister, what your husband did does not make you forbidden for him and it does not invalidate the marriage. However, you should conceal his sin and not disclose it to people, especially since he claims that he has repented and has become righteous, and that he even denies doing it.

Nevertheless, you should be careful of him and not leave any occasion for him to be in seclusion with your daughter lest he should do the same thing again as he cannot be trusted. Also, your daughter should observe Hijaab in front of him as long as it is feared that he would commit what is forbidden with her
Yep, that's right, take the pervert back as what he's done isn't grounds for divorce (or imprisonment) in the eyes of allah as he's sorry and he didn't do it anyway... though he clearly can't be trusted.
A truly amazing fatwa which essentially tell muslim wives to cover up their partners paedophilia. One wonders if this is why the paedophile rape gangs got away with their crimes for so long, the muslim women in the criminals lives kept silent, though there is evidence of police, social services and political collusion as well, as the state more or less fell over itself not to investigate to avoid being criticised for racism..
Unfortunately, shari'a requires 4(four) male witnesses to testify affirmatively for a rape conviction to occur - that is if the perpetrator did not confess.
This is virtually impossible. Muhammad himself was a big time rapist, and he made it halal for the ummah (global Muslim male dominated community) to excuse themselves such barbaric acts.
What chance do our social services have if a bloody online imam keeps telling the muslims to conceal their crimes?

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