Iran allows men to marry their adopted daughters


Iranian lawmakers passed a law that allows men to marry their adopted daughters.

Parliamentarians in Iran have passed a bill to protect the rights of children which includes a clause that allows a man to marry his adopted daughter and while she is as young as 13 years.
Activists have expressed alarm that the bill, approved by parliament on Sunday, opens the door for the caretaker of a family to marry his or her adopted child if a court rules it is in the interests of the individual child.
Iran’s Guardian Council, a body of clerics and jurists which vets all parliamentary bills before the constitution and the Islamic law, has yet to issue its verdict on the controversial legislation.
To the dismay of rights campaigners, girls in the Islamic republic can marry as young as 13 provided they have the permission of their father. Boys can marry after the age of 15.
In Iran, a girl under the age of 13 can still marry, but needs the permission of a judge. At present, however, marrying stepchildren is forbidden under any circumstances.

If you follow religion, religion will drag you backwards, you will end up in the darkness of ignorance.

“This bill is legalising paedophilia,” Sadr, a human rights lawyer warned. “It’s not part of the Iranian culture to marry your adopted child. Obviously incest exists in Iran more or less as it happens in other countries across the world, but this bill is legalising paedophilia and is endangering our children and normalising this crime in our culture.”
She added: “You should not be able to marry your adopted children, full stop. If a father marries his adopted daughter who is a minor and has sex, that’s rape.”

“With this bill, you can be a paedophile and get your bait in the pretext of adopting children,” Sadr said. Some experts believe the new bill is contradictory to Islamic beliefs and would not pass the Guardian Council.
An initial draft of the bill, which had completely banned marriage with adopted children, was not approved by the council and it is feared that MPs introduced the condition for marriage to satisfy the jurists and clergymen. This is why Sadr fears it can pass the council this time.

Shiva Dolatabadi, head of Iran’s society for protecting children’s rights, has also warned that the bill implies that the parliament is legalising incest. “You cannot open a way in which the role of a father or a mother can be mixed with that of an spouse,” she said, according to Shargh. “Children can’t be safe in such a family.”
Execution of juvenile offenders in Iran has also been in spotlight in recent years amid confusion between the age of majority – when minors cease to be legally considered children – and the minimum age of criminal responsibility, which is 15 for boys and nine for girls under Iranian law.

Some experts believe that the new bill is contradictory to Islamic beliefs. But they are wrong. Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, married his daughter in-law, his son’s wife. He justified his marriage by saying that his son was his adopted son, not real son. It means you can fuck your adopted son’s life if you want. If you can do that, you can fuck your adopted daughter’s life too. If the prophet can marry adopted son’s wife, it is perfectly alright for Muslims, the followers of Muhammad, to marry their adopted daughter. Muhammad would not have stopped marrying Zainab if she were his adopted daughter.

Muhammad married 6-year-old Ayesha. So, Islam even allows men to marry children. The Hadiths are all about Muhammad’s sayings. If you want to be Muslims, you have to believe in the holy Quran and the holy Hadiths. It is as simple as it is. And if you do this, you have to be misogynist, rapist, pedophile, immoral men and spineless, voiceless, submissive, misogynist, masochist women.

Comments

  1. UJJAL says

    It is immoral for them to kiss in public and so holy to have sex with a child ? This ends childhood, teenage, youth age, marriage age all in one inhumane and cruel lust ? !

    Sure they carry their sick brains in their a**.

  2. Jockaira says

    From the linked article:

    “An initial draft of the bill, which had completely banned marriage with adopted children, was not approved by the council and it is feared that MPs introduced the condition for marriage to satisfy the jurists and clergymen. This is why Sadr fears it can pass the council this time.”

    One might wonder how many of those “jurists and clergymen” have adopted daughters.

  3. says

    The law which empowers man to marry his adopted daughter is so uncivilized that we have no words to condemn it. But there is nothing wrong with it in the light of the Islamic law. Muhammad himself married his adopted son’s wife. Such marriage was unlawful and illegal at that time. Yet he got that marry in the name of Allah. So, the Iranian law makers did not commit anything wrong, they have just followed Muhammad to give men more right and freedom to enjoy women. This new law proofs that Islamic law is how much backward and unacceptable. But yet the Muslims demand that their religion is ever modern and scientific and unchangeable. What a laughable demand is!

  4. renate Stroshein says

    why on earth can you browse “10000 single asian women’s profiles” at the top of your article??!!!!?!

  5. says

    Dear Taslima,

    You are my heroine. I read Lajja long back.

    Just yesterday i found this blog. Keep rocking.

    By the by, the new bill is superfluous to Q 4:2 which actually says

    If you fear that you shall not be able to deal justly (i.e., keep your mind and body from transgressing) with the orphan-girls living under your protection, i.e. your adopted/foster daughters, then marry them as per your choice, two or three or four, but if you fear that you shall not be able to deal justly, then marry only one orphan girl or keep yourself busy with the enslaved sex-girls (your right hand possessions). This way it is easier to prevent you from doing injustice (i.e., keeping your mind and body from transgressing).

    The verse currently in circulation is a takiya one.

    For full post, please read
    http://questionstomuhamadans.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/isnt-polygamy-haram.html

    Yours,
    Univerbuddy.

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