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Polygamy Is a Responsibility in Islam, Says Muslim Council of Britain

 
 

Having multiple wives in Islamic cultures is a responsibility and not even a right, according to an article on the Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) website.

According to the MAB, which describes itself as a “founding member of the Mosques and Imams National Advisory Body (MINAB)”, it is “commonly believed that men have more rights than women because they can have 4 wives. However in Is More..lamic culture having multiple wives is more responsibility than a right.”

The article written by someone named Azhanty Jheman, goes on to quote the Koran in support of the assertion that Muslims have a responsibility to have multiple wives. The article does, of course, not go on to say exactly why it is a “responsibility” but the reason is obvious: so that Muslims can multiply faster than any other religious group and thereby expand their belief through demographic strangulation of other peoples.

This is exactly what is happening in Britain today: official figures show that the average Muslim woman has an average of seven children, while the average indigenous British woman has less than two.

It was announced last year that the British Government had already accepted that Muslim husbands with more than one wife in this country qualified for extra benefits even though they technically were breaking the anti-bigamy law.

The decision by the Government means that Muslims with multiple wives were cleared to claim state benefits for all their different partners.

A Muslim man with four spouses could receive £10,000 a year in income support alone. He could also be entitled to more generous housing and council tax benefit to reflect the fact his household needs a bigger property.

Ministers decided that polygamous marriages could be recognised formally by the state provided they took place overseas in countries where they were legal.

Guidelines on income support from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) state: “Where there is a valid polygamous marriage the claimant and one spouse will be paid the couple rate (£92.80).

“The amount payable for each additional spouse is presently £33.65.”

Income support for all of the wives may be paid directly into the husband’s bank account.

Four departments — the Treasury, the Department of Works and Pensions, HM Revenue and Customs, and the Home Office — were involved in the review, which concluded that recognising multiple marriages conducted overseas was “the best possible” option.

An indigenous British person trying this multiple marriage trick will be punished under the bigamy laws by up to seven years in prison — never mind the additional charges which would follow from benefit fraud.

Once again, however, there is one law for British people and another for the Muslim community.

Muslim couples are only married in the eyes of the British state if they undergo a register office wedding as well as a Nikah, or religious ceremony.

Muslim groups say it is quite common for men here to undergo more than one Nikah with different wives. This does not count as bigamy since only the first marriage is legally recognised.

It is clear, therefore, that this legal loophole — encouraged and supported by the Government — is being used to colonise Britain for Islam via the womb.

 
 
L’article original est sur LiveLeak, en cliquant ici.

 
 
 

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Written by j.michel

01/05/2010 à 20:53

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