But in 2009, a Yemeni law that set the minimum age of a bride at 17 was repealed as lawmakers deemed it un-Islamic. Above photo of "Inspired by Muhammad" ad campaign running in the UK by Islamic supremacists.
A lttle Muslim girls dies on her wedding night. The groom was five times her age. This is the sharia. Muhammad married his favorite wife, Aisha, when she was six and he was 51, and consummated the marriage when she was 9 and he was 54. Muhammad is the "perfect model" for Muslims, which is why child marriage is permissable under the sharia.
Above video is of a young Muslim girl who escaped her husband (more here).
"Death of eight-year-old Yemeni bride causes anger" Nine MSN, September 9, 2013 (thanks to Robyn)
Yemeni activists have called for action after an eight-year-old child
bride died of genital tears and internal bleeding on the first night of
her arranged marriage.
The groom was five times her age, Kuwaiti daily Al Watan reported on Sunday.
The death occurred in the tribal area of Hardh in northwestern Yemen, which borders Saudi Arabia.
Kuwaiti bloggers are now calling for the girl's family and groom to be punished, Gulf News reports.
Blogger Angry Man posted that the groom was "an animal who deserved to be punished severely for his crime".
Another blogger, Sad, posted that the marriage shouldn't have occurred, "even if some tribes believe that it is a good custom".
Activists hope the case would be used to help put an end to the practice of marrying very young girls.
2008, a Yemeni eight-year-old bride had her marriage annulled by a
court after running away from her husband and filing for divorce.
But in 2009, a Yemeni law that set the minimum age of a bride at 17 was repealed as lawmakers deemed it un-Islamic.
In 2010, a 12-year-old died three days after her marriage from internal bleeding, and a 13-year-old died during labour.
video released in July by human rights organisation Middle East
Research Institute shows an escaped 11-year-old bride-to-be who spoke
out after her family was forcing her into an arranged marriage.
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