Morrocan teenager commits suicide after being forced to marry rapist

Discussion in 'Global Affairs' started by Muscan, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. Muscan

    Muscan New Member

    This is getting a lot of coverage. Not sure why ist hasn't been posted. It's really beyond words how messed up this is.

    Moroccan teenager's suicide after she was forced to marry her rapist - Telegraph
     
  2. tawheedullah

    tawheedullah <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    Why are "Muslims" following Jewish law? This is not the only example of jaahil Muslims taking on Jewish practices.
     
  3. ahmad10

    ahmad10 حسبي الله ونعم الوكيل

    I agree. From what principle of Islam is this disgusting law?

    It seems they hate Shariah, but they're quick to follow Biblical Law.
     
  4. tariq1981

    tariq1981 New Member

    A shameful outcome, may Allah show her mercy…
     
  5. gag order

    gag order Anti-Troll

    Ibn ‘Abd al-Barr (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

    The scholars are unanimously agreed that the rapist is to be subjected to the hadd punishment if there is clear evidence against him that he deserves the hadd punishment, or if he admits to that. Otherwise, he is to be punished (i.e., if there is no proof that the hadd punishment for zina may be carried out against him because he does not confess, and there are not four witnesses, then the judge may punish him and stipulate a punishment that will deter him and others like him). There is no punishment for the woman if it is true that he forced her and overpowered her, which may be proven by her screaming and shouting for help. End quote.

    Al-Istidhkaar, 7/146




    justice was not done becos the Sharia was not followed instead it is written off as "extremism"
     
  6. Umm DJ-N

    Umm DJ-N Patience

    These are the tragic consequences of ruling by other than what Allah has commanded. Man made laws are there to provide for the men that made those laws, they benefit no-one.

    And still they'll carry on slating Shariah.

    Sent from my GT-I9100
     
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  7. nomad

    nomad muslim female

    lots of jews in morroco.
     
  8. abu hadeed

    abu hadeed <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    what do you expect from a country ruled by a Gay king
     
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  9. maaqib

    maaqib اصبر

    Sad........
     
  10. voiceofpk

    voiceofpk New Member

    this is really sad, seems like everyday i keep learning how unislamic these 'islamic' countries are, how merciful and just Islam is, why dont people see. Ho
    Anyway off topic but can we pray for forgiveness for someone who committed suicide because of rape? i once heard some kashmiri women jumped into rivers running away from indian troops, to protect their honor.
     
  11. Striving4Sunnah

    Striving4Sunnah Musrayaaa

    SubhanAllah may Allah grant this miskina mercy..

    it is unimaginable what she went through subhanAllah.

    May Allah humiliate the pig that raped her and all the other pigs that do this heinous crime! Makes me sick!

    Calling them pigs is a compliment, words dont describe what they are.. filthy shayateen
     
  12. Abu Yusuf 74

    Abu Yusuf 74 Active Member

    Don't be surprised if you hear from the Kuffar that this is Shariah law.
     
  13. al-Maghribi

    al-Maghribi عبد ضعيف

    Its their own fault they think they live in a good state and they live all well. Those people live in a ostrich effect.* And they don't do anything about it except for those protesting movements which is now turned in a battlefield for a week in the north.

    *Not everyone but half of the people think like that.

    I feel ashame calling myself al-Maghribi where can I change my name?
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2012
  14. gag order

    gag order Anti-Troll

    May Allah save her from the punishment of the grave and from the fire and give her the peace that she did not have in life. she is in need of Dua more than ever as the matter is with Allah even though there is a precedent for not offering the Funeral prayer over those that commit suicide.

    she died more than once, the day she was raped, the day she was forced to marry and the day she took her own life to end it all
    may Allah have mercy on her

    ameen
     
  15. FOS

    FOS Banned

    The one who killed himself should be washed and the funeral prayer offered for him, and he should be buried with the Muslims, because he is a sinner, but he is not a kaafir; killing oneself is a sin, it is not kufr.


    Is it permissible to offer the funeral prayer for one who committed suicide?.

    Praise be to Allaah. Killing oneself is a major sin, and there are stern warnings addressed to the one who does that, but it does not put one beyond the pale of Islam. In the Sunnah it shows that it is permissible for ordinary people to offer the funeral prayer for one who commits suicide, but it is prescribed for the elite, such as scholars and prominent figures, not to offer the funeral prayer for him, as a rebuke and so as to deter others from doing likewise. It was narrated that Jaabir ibn Samurah said: A man who had killed himself with a broad, sharp-edged arrow was brought to the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and he did not offer the funeral prayer for him. Narrated by Muslim (978).
    Al-Nawawi said:
    The scholars said: this hadeeth is to be understood as a deterrent to suicide, just as he did not offer the funeral prayer for one who was in debt, but the Sahaabah offered the funeral prayer for the debtor on the command of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). That was in order to deter others from getting into debt, not because he was a kaafir. According to Maalik it is makrooh to offer the funeral prayer for one who has been stoned to death as a hadd punishment, and one who was immoral, as an expression of disapproval.
    Sharh Muslim, 7/47.
    Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah was asked about a man who claimed to be a holy man, then he saw a snake and some of the people wanted to kill it, but he stopped them, then he picked up the snake trying to do a miraculous deed, but the snake bit him and he died. Is it permissible to offer the funeral prayer for him or not?
    He replied:
    Praise be to Allaah, the Lord of the Worlds. The scholars and people who are religiously committed should not pray for this man and others like him, but the ordinary people should pray for him, just as the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) refrained from praying for a man who had committed suicide, and one who had stolen from the war-booty, but he said: “Pray for your companion.” They said to Samurah ibn Jundub: “Your son did not sleep last night.” He said, “Was it because he ate too much?” They said: “Yes.” He said: “If he had died I would not have prayed for him.” Samurah explained that if he died because he had eaten too much, he would not pray for him, because he would have killed himself by eating too much. And it is more appropriate that the scholars and those who are religiously-committed should refrain from offering the funeral prayer for this man who prevented others from killing the snake, and held it in his hand until it killed him, because he killed himself.
    Al-Fataawa al-Kubra, 3/20, 21
    Shaykh al-Islam also said:
    If a person refrains from praying for one of them – i.e., the one who stole from the war-booty, the one who killed himself and the debtor – as a deterrent to others from doing likewise, then that is good. But if he refrains from praying for him in public but makes du’aa’ for him in private, then he will achieve two ends, which is better than omitting one of them.
    Al-Ikhtiyaaraat al-‘Ilmiyyah, p. 52.
    Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz was asked:
    Can the funeral prayer be offered for one who kills himself?
    He replied:
    Some of the Muslims should pray for him, as for any other sinner, because he is still a Muslim according to Ahl al-Sunnah.
    Majmoo’ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 13/162.
    And he was asked:
    Should one who killed himself be washed and the funeral prayer offered for him?
    He replied:
    The one who killed himself should be washed and the funeral prayer offered for him, and he should be buried with the Muslims, because he is a sinner, but he is not a kaafir; killing oneself is a sin, it is not kufr.
    If a person kills himself – Allaah forbid – he should be washed and shrouded, and the funeral prayer offered for him, but the ruler and important figures should refrain from offering the funeral prayer for him as an act of denunciation, lest anyone think that they approve of what he did. If the caliph, ruler, judges, governor, mayor etc do not offer the funeral prayer for him as an act of denunciation and a declaration that this was wrong, then that is a good thing, but some of the worshippers should offer the prayer for him.
    Majmoo’ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 13/122; Fataawa Islamiyyah, 2/62
    And Allaah knows best.


    Islam Question and Answer - Is it permissible to pray for one who committed suicide?
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2012

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