The Swedish authorities, recognizing that Islamic law allows for child marriage, apparently determined that not to give the father custody of the children, also as per Islamic law, would be “Islamophobic.” The Swedish authorities know who their new masters are. Their coming subjugation is a state they have freely chosen for themselves.
“Swedish government gives Iraqi child rapist custody of children,” Voice of Europe, January 30, 2018:
Alicia — whose identity is protected and therefore uses a pseudonym— was only 12 years old when she was married off, raped and thereafter became a mother. Now, her husband and rapist has reportedly been granted custody of their two children
The girl, who comes from an immigrant family living in Gothenburg, Sweden, was made pregnant with twins by the man at the age of thirteen. After a ruling by the Stockholm District Court, the state has chosen to give the rapist custody.
Nightmare to childhood:
The story was first brought to the light by the Gothenburg Post (GP) in June 2017. Back then, Alicia, who has turned 23-years-old, chose to open up about her experiences and talk to social services.
When she turned seven, social services first contacted her family when her teachers noticed bruises under her veil. Alicia said her father had hit her. Nevertheless, the father denied this and when being questioned again, Alicia herself changed the story.
“I was quiet. As always. I did everything for my family. What girl would ever want to hurt her parents?”, Alicia said, according to GP….
The year was about 2006 when the real nightmare started. Alicia’s family brought her from her home in Gothenburg on a trip down to Iraq to be married away. She still remembers the night clearly of her wedding. She had to stand on a stool during the ceremony. He was about 25-years-old….
“The worst came when all guests returned home and it became evening. He wanted us to sleep in the same bed. I said I wanted to sleep in my own bed. I was terrified,” she explained. That night Alicia was severely raped by her ‘husband’.
First, she became pregnant and had a miscarriage. The thirteen-year-old pled for a divorce, but both her husband and parents refused.
In 2007 she once again was made pregnant. Realizing Sweden have better healthcare, her parents brought her home without her husband. In Gothenburg, the girl, who was still just a child, became a mother.
When the social services received the news that Alicia had been missing from school and had given birth, they started up a new investigation into the family.
The parents were prepared this time, though. Alicia had been raped by an unknown stranger during their vacation in Iraq, they told the social services, who subsequently ended the investigation claiming there was “no problems” in the family.
When the girl was 15 her family returned to Iraq
“My husband demanded he should be given custody. He threatened my dad with sending the wedding photos to Swedish authorities if he did not get his will through,” she said. Fortunately, after a discussion in the family, they granted her a divorce, but also him custody of her children.
Alicia, as a female with a divorce behind her, became seen as a disgrace to the family. She was not allowed to go to school or go out alone. This remained unchanged until she received the news that she could marry one of her father’s friend’s sons. This marriage, too, ended in divorce.
“I am not going to be quiet any longer:”
In mid-2017, 23-year-old Alicia chose to speak out about her experiences. She had not been in contact with her family since she discarded her veil and was disowned….