It is the disturbing view of Islam that a girl is ready for marriage as soon as she has her first menstruation

With the onset of puberty the physical and mental changes in the female have reached a new stage of development. It is however evidently plain to the unbiased observer that the physiological and mental development of the female cannot have reached a stage at the onset of puberty where it could be said that the female is ready for marriage. This is just a plain fact that is evident to all that it is impossible for a female of nine years of age to have reached the end of her growth process, both physically and mentally. She is just reaching a new stage. It is a law of nature. One which Mohammed broke.

To me this is another disturbing and dangerous facet of Islam which just shows how desperate it is to rule regardless of the consequences in terms of ruined lives.

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2 Responses to It is the disturbing view of Islam that a girl is ready for marriage as soon as she has her first menstruation

  1. θ says:

    “Liberal” may be the term for it. Islam allows a method of parenthood planning in marriage, known as “Azl” which was primarily practiced so rampantly on the Non-Moslem wives selectively. Early Moslems know better that having the inter-religious parents must be very bad and shocking for the kid’s psychology.

    Yes, in Hadith it is preferred for the Moslem men to marry the young woman in order to “fondle” each other, but with a parenthood planning of prolonging Azl in their mind, until the wives turn much more mature and ready for having children.

    Nevertheless, similar to Azl, the Secularism itself actually imposes such a civilisation pressure of “parenthood planning”, as if each girl were implanted with an “unseen” contraceptive device against her will until she gets 19-21 years old.

  2. θ says:

    The permission of marriage-with-Azl on the young woman helps prevent the chance of getting the sickness of Homosexual deviation for boys and girls from the early ages.

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