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A 40-year-old Muslim man charged with raping a 12-year-old
and marrying her in Malaysia believes nothing is wrong with his actions.

He's not wrong. Why should his case be different? It is entirely lawful to rape and force children into marriage under the sharia. And as long as the West continues to sanction the sharia by  pretending that there is something human and just about this most radical and extreme system of governance, these vile
conflicts will rise.

In a subsequent court hearing, prosecutors did not object to
the case being withdrawn but said the man needed to settle the matter
under sharia.

 

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"Child rape case creates outrage in Malaysia" By Lindsay Murdoch, Canberra Times, May 24, 2013

A 40-year-old Muslim man charged with raping a 12-year-old
and marrying her in Malaysia believes nothing is wrong with his actions.

''There are many cases of men marrying under-age girls,''
restaurant owner Ruduan Masmud said. ''I do not see how my case can be
any different.'' It was ''suka sama suka'' – mutual consent acceptable
under sharia or Islamic law.

Mr Masmud, a father of four from his first wife, allegedly
raped the girl in a car parked by a road in Kota Kinabalu, capital of
the Borneo state of Sabah, on February 16. But on April 18, the girl
withdrew her accusation against the man in a police report and said he
was taking her as his second wife.

In a subsequent court hearing, prosecutors did not object to
the case being withdrawn but said the man needed to settle the matter
under sharia.

The girl's father said Mr Masmud paid the family 5000 ringgits ($1707) in compensation.

The father said he accepted the marriage. ''It is best for
her that they get married,'' he said. ''What else can I do?'' Mr Masmud
said he plans for the girl to finish her studies and then ''take up a
cosmetics course'' with his first wife.

Sabah's Community and Consumer Affairs Minister, Datuk
Jainab Ahmad, said her ministry was questioning the validity of the
marriage. ''As a mother, I am still puzzled: how could the father of the
girl allow his daughter to be married to the man who had raped her?
''
she said. ''The girl was only 12 years and six months. I believe the
victim is in a trauma. She should be protected.''

The Child Rights Coalition Malaysia, comprising seven
child-related non-government organisations, slammed the court for ruling
in favour of the child marriage.

''It is unfortunate that marriage is seen as a solution for addressing the growing societal issue of rape,'' the coalition said.

''We also would like to assert our view that the child's
willingness [to marry] could arise from coercion, innocence or even
threat, which in all ways will impede the safety and positive wellbeing
of the child.''

The coalition is appealing to both the public prosecutor and
Sabah's sharia court to reconsider the marriage application and
decision to withdraw the rape allegation.

Sharia courts in Malaysia hear disputes among Muslims under a
dual system of secular criminal and civil laws, as well as sharia law.

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