Child bride describes torture suffered under her Muslim husband


A child bride has allegedly been tortured by her Muslim husband in Afghanistan. A new report says the 12-year-old child was forced to eat food meant for a dog, and suffer under other unhealthy conditions and torture as the wife of her older husband. (Note: Some of the details in this report may be disturbing.)

The girl, Gul Hazar, is not the only child bride that has suffered indignities at the hands of her husband and his family, according to Jews News. They report:

The Islam practice of marrying young girls is both horrific and common…

So Hazar is hardly alone. But her story, reported by (hat tip The Religion of Peace), is horrific, just the same.

The child bride, Gul Hazar, who is now believed to be only 12-years-old now (sic) has disclosed the miseries she has faced since she got married.

Gul Hazar says she has faced various types of tortures from her in-laws family members who have on certain occassions attempted to murder her.

The news site reports that Hazar claims her father-in-law sent her into the mountains to collect fire wood. Her reward for the arduous labor was a meal made up of whatever the family dog did not eat. They further report that she has faced other “miseries” after her marriage, when she was taken to Feroz Koh city, including “signs of brutal torture” clearly evident on her body. The news site reports: “Her close relatives [say] up to 150 torture signs can be seen on her body.”

Hazar even faced sexual torture, according to one of her relatives, who said Hazar’s father-in-law and mother-in-law have inserted sticks in the child’s vagina.

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