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Islamic Cleric Suggests Babies Wear Burqas to Prevent Rape

Beyond depraved. Mind you, there is no attempt or criticism of a man being sexually attracted to a baby or young girl. And that is because Muhammad, the “prefect model,” married his favorite wife, Aisha, when she was of the tender age of six.

Are we really supposed to believe that a burka is going to stop a primitive?

Screen Shot 2014-02-05 at 10.03.10 AMPhoto: NYC Muslim day parade, Pamela Geller

Cleric Suggests Babies Wear Burqas to Prevent Rape…(thanks to the Religion of Peace.com)

A Saudi cleric has proposed this solution to molestation of young girls: they should be required to wear burqas.

While no law or practice in Islam requires that baby girls wear burqas, Sheik Abdulla Daoud suggested that covering the babies in burqas would keep them from being raped. Daoud made the controversial comment on TV last year, stating that babies were being molested in Saudi Arabia.

The video recently surfaced on social media, and elicited shocked and indignant response from fellow Saudis.

“Now the baby victims are blamed for men’s crimes. Allah help us stop the ignorance, stupidity,” tweeted Masleeza Othman.

Othman later followed up the original tweet with another condemning those who “abuse, molested and sexually assaulted or harassed the babies, children.”

“They aren’t supposed to even live!!” Othman continued.

Senior Islamic officers have also been highly critical of Daoud’s comments, noting that they “made Islam and Sharia law look bad.”

Daoud’s comment comes as a contrast to online activists’ recent calls for the Saudi kingdom’s rulers to impose harsher punishments on child abusers. Most notably, Fayhan al-Ghamdi, a prominent preacher, received a light sentencing after confessing to raping and beating his 5-year-old daughter to death.

Startlingly, al-Ghamdi is protected by Saudi Arabia’s Islamic law, under which a father cannot be executed for murdering his children or his wife.

Reports indicate that Saudi Arabia plans to launch a 24-hour hotline, specifically for reporting violence against children.

Sources: http://news.msn.com, http://www.indiandefence.com

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