CAIR Leader Meets 12-year-old Girl, And THEN…

CAIR Leader Meets 12-year-old Girl, And THEN…

There are plenty of stories of young girls living under the horrors of Islamic law in the Middle East.  Slavery and rape are increasingly being used as weapons of war by Islamic State militants.

Women and girls abducted in Iraq and Syria are being sold in slave markets for “as little as a pack of cigarettes”, UN envoy on sexual violence Zainab Bangura told The Guardian.

The girls they capture, often from the Yazidi minority, are either sold as sex slaves or forced to marry militants.  They have also become a key part of the group’s strategy to recruit foreign fighters. “This is how they attract young men: we have women waiting for you, virgins that you can marry,” said Bangura.

Sally as-Sabahi is one of many, a child that was robbed of her childhood.  When she won a divorce from Nabil after her story made headline news in local media and became the focus of a national debate that has polarized Yemeni society.

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Pamela Geller reported her story, a child bride, raped and beaten.  All legal under Islamic Law.


The Prophet Mohammad married a six-year-old girl, and consummated the marriage when she was nine, but one member of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) apparently didn’t get the memo that such behavior isn’t permitted in the Western world, Alan B West reports.

Ahmed Saleem headed CAIR’s Florida office, until he found himself in a Chris Hansen-esque pedophile sting.

According to Front Page Mag, on the night of May 20, 2015, Ahmad Abrar Saleem was arrested in Clermont, Florida, a short distance from his Orlando home. He was charged with “use of computer to seduce/solicit/entice a child to commit sex act” and “travel to seduce, solicit, lure a child to commit sex act.”

Saleem was intending to meet the twelve-year-old girl he had been chatting with online, but instead, Saleem met Sheriff’s deputies waiting for him and 21 others in a child sex sting operation. He was detained at 9:35 pm and booked at one-in-the-morning.

To give you more of a preview of the kind of guy Saleem is, in March 2015 he joined CAIR-Florida’s Communications Coordinator Ali Akin Kurnaz for a press conference to announce CAIR’s plan to initiate a $30 million lawsuit against the FBI over the death of Boston Marathon bomber associate, Ibragim Todashev. The Boston Bombing wasn’t the only crime of the Tsarnaev brothers, by the way. During questioning from the FBI, Todashev admitted to his and Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s involvement in a triple murder that took place in Waltham, Massachusetts on September 11, 2011, well over a year prior to the Boston bombing. The three victims, who were all Jewish, had their throats so violently slashed that they were nearly decapitated.

On December 1, 2016, a judge found Saleem guilty of “Child Abuse.” He was sentenced to two years in a state prison.

At the end of the two years, Saleem will be responsible for $36,500 in incarceration costs and another $1000 in fines and fees. Following his stay, he may have an issue finding a job as a ‘sexual offender.’ He probably will not be able to rely on his parents, as both their jobs deal with youth, his father being a pediatrician and his mother being a school teacher. And it is doubtful his Psychology degree from UCF will help, except to demonstrate that he was more suited as a patient than a student.

How much time until we’re told by CAIR that Muslims are the real victims here as a result of any “Islamophobia” that may result from the news breaking? We’ll be waiting…

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