The Prophet Pedophile

Muhammad_20Only the mentally challenged (think Chris Christie and Nancy Pelosi) could possibly make the claim that a dogma — started by one of history’s most notorious and virulent pedophiles — is a religion of “peace.”
According to the Hadith (Muslim 8:3309) Islam’s founder — the Prophet Mohammed — married Aisha when she was 6 and consummated the union when the child was barely 9.
(At the time of the consummation — Mohammed was 60.)
This act clearly underscores the barbaric and misogynistic propensities of the man who founded the so-called religion of  peace. Yes, a man depicted by politically incorrect historians as one of the most brutally violent and nefarious figures of the seventh century.
In fact — the Hadith tells us that while the prophet was resting from his pedophilic activities — Aisha was allowed to play with her dolls. (Gee! what a guy.) But — once nap time was over — it was occasion (yet again) for a young girl’s innocence to be rabidly taken from her by a mentally convoluted, hyper-narcissistic child predator. 
The toxic sexual paradigm set by Mohammed led a high-ranking official of Saudi Arabia’s foremost religious council in 2012 to state that girls can be married “even if they are in the cradle.”  The official then went on to elucidate that copulation may occur whenever “they are capable of being placed beneath and bearing the weight of the man.” 

Pete Parker

About the author, Pete Parker: Pete Parker is a Navy veteran and former strength athlete who writes about the current issues of the day from a conservative perspective. Pete was also the host of “TUFFTalk” radio which dealt with national security-- and the threat Islam poses to Western Civilization. He is very passionate about preserving our great nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage. View all articles by Pete Parker

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