Saturday, December 31, 2011

Reason 556 Why We Should NOT Negotiate With Taliban

From Jim Hoft over at the ever vigilant The Gateway Pundit comes a horrific story of a child sold to a masochistic pedophile by her parents, tortured, locked up, mutilated, and rescued by police. (Jim has the video on his site)
Horrible. An Afghan 15 year-old child bride describes being locked and tortured by her husband and in-laws.

Sahar Gul told officials: “My mother-in-law pulled out my nails.

The BBC reported:

A video given to the BBC shows the extent of the injuries suffered by a 15 year-old Afghan child bride who was locked up and tortured by her husband.

The girl was left starving after being detained by him and his family for several months.

The case came to light this week when police rescued the teenager, Sahar Gul, who had been locked up in the basement of her in-laws’ house.

Police say that she had had her nails and clumps of hair pulled out.

In addition they say she had chunks of flesh cut out with pliers.
Can you guess how she was rescued from this evil P.O.S.?
Sahar Gul was married off to a 30-year-old man around seven months ago, when she was just 14 years old. Her parents contacted police after not being able to see her for several months.
Yep. She was sold to a 30-year old pedophile by her parents. Said pedophile and family then proceeded to torture and mutilate her. I will assume (based on history) that she failed to "perform marital relations" as prescribed by the pedophilic-Sharia law.

When her loving parents failed to hear from their most valuable property, they called the cops.

Her parents should be locked up as well!!!

Another reason why we should be seeking to utterly destroy this fallacy of a culture. We should not be seeking to come to peace accord with them. Doing so is a travesty of all the American blood that has been shed on that desert.

More from News.Com.Au:
Three women including the girls's mother in-law were arrested over the case but her husband fled.

The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission logged 1026 cases of violence against women in the second quarter of 2011 compared with 2700 cases for the whole of 2010.

An Oxfam report in October said 87 per cent of Afghan women reported having experienced physical, sexual or psychological violence or forced marriage.
News.Com.Au says that she was sold by HER BROTHER:
Her brother had sold her to her husband about seven months ago for $US5000 ($4898).
Again, the problems from a violent male-dominated culture. Why didn't the parent's have a say-so in this. I bet they did. I bet they told the brother to sell their daughter and kept the money. That is what they do.

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