July 4, 2015
I don’t personally care how many wives Moslems have or don’t have, I care that they are in Europe. However, the fact that the first female Sharia judge in the UK is demanding the right of polygamy for Moslems is important in that it shows that the legal system, like the rest of the society, is presently being transformed to fit the desires of a gaggle of invading desert weirdos.
The woman has said “government cannot ask Muslims not to have more than one wife,” The Express reports.
This comes after an alleged explosion in “illegal” Moslem marriages.
“As many as 100,000 couples are living in such marriages, which are not valid under UK law, experts said. Ministers have raised fears that women can be left without the right to a fair share of assets if the relationship ends, while others are forced to return to abusive “husbands”.”
A leading Islamic family lawyer warned that the increase in Sharia ceremonies among the 2.7 million-strong Muslim population in Britain was also behind a growth in “secret polygamy”.
“Probably a quarter of all couples I see involve polygamy issues,” Aina Khan told The Times. “There has been a huge rise in recent years because people can have a secret nikah [Islamic marriage] and no one will know about it.”
The growth in a parallel marriage system that bypassed the register office was being driven by Muslims aged below 30, who were becoming more religious, she said. Other factors include finding a way around the expectation of no sex before marriage and a fear of British family courts, which presume that assets should be split equally.
Yes, people under thirty are more religious. Moslem religiosity is part of a group evolutionary strategy of conquest. Could anything possibly be more obvious than this? They will continue to get more and more aggressively religious as they come closer to their goal of total conquest of Europe, and there will continue to be less and less “secular” Moslems.
One does not need to be a sociologist to analyze the current situation and see where this is going.
It is like watching a slow-motion train crash, wherein all of the passengers are yelling “we are not crashing – this is not a crash!”