Sydney: Moslem girls aged nine get ready to be married off

Muslim girls aged NINE take part in Sydney hijab ceremony to symbolise maturity – with Islamic sheikh slamming it as step toward Sharia law
  • Muslim girls aged nine were dressed in white as part of a Sydney hijab ceremony
  • Australia’s most senior Shia cleric Sheikh Kamal Mousselmani presided over it
  • He said the hijab is compulsory for girls when they turn nine under Islamic law
  • Adelaide Shia Imam Sheikh Mohammad Tawhidi said it amounted to Sharia law 

Muslim girls in Sydney are dressed in white from head to toe as part of a hijab ceremony to signify the age when they must cover up their bodies, with an Islamic imam slamming it as a step toward Sharia law.

Australia’s most senior Shia cleric Sheikh Kamal Mousselmani presided over the ceremony where 24 girls walked on stage to show their maturity.

‘The hijab is compulsory for the girls when they become nine according to our religion,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.

Girls aged nine are dressed up in white hijabs to symbolise maturity at a Sydney ceremony

Girls aged nine are dressed up in white hijabs to symbolise maturity at a Sydney ceremony

Australia's most senior Shia cleric speaks at the hijab ceremony for nine-year-old girls 

Australia’s most senior Shia cleric speaks at the hijab ceremony for nine-year-old girls

Australia's most senior Shia cleric Sheikh Kamal Mousselmani presided over hijab cerremony

Australia’s most senior Shia cleric Sheikh Kamal Mousselmani presided over hijab ceremony

Girls put in white hijabs to signify they’re ‘mature’ for marriage


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