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...rn “experts” who deemed the country a model for Muslim countries that aim to integrate into modern society. Let it be known that according to Morocco’s Ministry of Justice, over 40 thousand girls under the age of 18 were married in the year 2010. That’s quite a “progressive” approach to becoming modern. Then there’s the lowest ranking country, Yemen, where 55 percent of women are illiterate, 79 percent do not participate in the labor force, and just one woman serves in the 301-person parliament. There are reports about 12-year-old girls dying when in childbirth connect the idea of child marriage. Opponents of such pedophilia are considered traitors because the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, according to them, married his second wife, Aisha, when she was a child. Thus once again bringing in the cultures and customs of the seventh century into the twenty-first century.
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