Over the years we had many Muhammad worsippers Â who weasel and Â lie and deny everything about this most embarrassing record of Muhammad’s pedophilia in the hadith: Muhammad, the holy prophet of Islam married Aisha when she was six and consummated the marriage when she was nine.
It is refreshing to meet an adherent of the faith who tells us there is “nothing to be ashamed of”- so there you have it:
Muhamed -Â To y.m
I do not know where you get that we Muslims are ashamed by Muhammad peace be on him marriage to Aisha. You stated the hadeeth and you said he married her when she was six and consummated the marriage when she was 9. he consummated the marriage when she was 9 because she had reached pupirty. Nothing to be ashamed of there sir.
* I suppose “pupirty” means she menstruated. That was good enough for Muhammad, and that’s Â good enough for the slaves of Allah for all time….
Now I do not know where you people get all those made-up stories about Muhammad being murdered by a Jewish woman.
More evidence: Aisha & Muhammad
From Islam Watch
- Scroll down to the comments section, there’s a few more gems like that…
In other news:
Litigation Jihad: A Bleeding Hearts Judge
MAMDOUH Habib is in line to receive up to $50,000 in compensation after a tribunal ruled the former Guantanamo Bay detainee was pepper-sprayed and falsely imprisoned by NSW police after witnessing a double killing in Sydney’s west.
The NSW Victims Compensation Tribunal, whose rulings are not made public, said police had used excessive force on Mr Habib and produced a biased report of the incident, which appeared calculated to denigrate his character.
Mr Habib witnessed a shooting in 2006, after picking his son up from work at 11pm.
Driving home through the western Sydney suburb of Granville, Mr Habib heard gunshots and saw a man fall to the ground in front of his car.
He immediately called police, got out of his car and saw two men lying on the road.
Police said they arrested Mr Habib after arriving at the scene because he refused to provide identification.
However, Mr Habib told the tribunal he had offered to provide detailed information the next day because his son was exhausted, and had been fetching his driver’s licence from his car when a policeman said: “Put this terrorist in the wagon.”
The 59-year-old said he was thrown to the ground, punched, kicked and sprayed, then taken to nearby Parramatta police station, locked in a cell until after 3am and questioned until 5am.
The tribunal chairman, Brian Lulham, said Mr Habib was a credible witness, whose account of events was consistent with other witnesses.
In contrast, Mr Lulham said a detective inspector, who cannot be named, prepared a report “calculated to denigrate the appellant’s character”.
“The report in that regard is not impartial and exhibits considerable bias against the appellant,” Mr Lulham wrote.
Finding Mr Habib had been the victim of an act of violence that made him eligible for compensation, Mr Lulham said: “I am satisfied on the balance of probabilities that unnamed police officers did use excessive force … before any physical resistance by the appellant.”
It is understood the tribunal will finalise the matter, including compensation, in October.
A spokesman for NSW Police said: “It is very difficult for the NSW Police Force to comment in relation to this matter because we are not formally represented at the tribunal, nor are we formally informed by the tribunal of its findings.”