Saudi ‘marriage official’ fucks his 12-year-old wife

October 13, 2010


See Catholics! This is how it's done. If you make fucking children legal first, no scandal.

Two and a half months after a Saudi “marriage official” married his 12-year-old high school sweetheart, some little 12-year-old girl, they fucked…cause I assume only a sick pervert would sleep with a 12-year-old girl on the wedding night. Every gentleman knows to wait a minimum of two and a half months.

Well, not quite:

In an interview with Al-Watan newspaper, the Mazoun said that he was warned by his father-in-law not to touch the bride for a year. However, the Mazoun’s mother insisted to consummate the marriage.

The Mazoun was shocked by her fragility. He said, “When my mother insisted I consummate my marriage, I had to summon up the courage for two weeks before I was able to have sex with her.”

The young wife has just finished her sixth grade and the Mazoun has proudly claimed that she has become a better housewife than a university graduate.

Child marriage is very common in Muslim countries. The prophet of Islam married Ayesha when she was six years old and had intercourse with her when she was nine years old.

Lovely. It’s really sad that Muslims are still too ashamed to admit that they and their prophet Mohammed have tiny penises and are terrible in the bedroom. C’mon guy. The desire for virgins and children with no sexual experience? You’re not fooling anyone.

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Pat Robertson: provider of the worst marital advice EVER!

June 15, 2010

News From Around The Blogosphere 1.13.10

January 14, 2010

1. Divorce found to be higher in states with gay marriage bans – So apparently marriage equality SAVES “traditional” marriage.

2. Pew survey shows rise in interracial marriage – Reality seems to have a liberal bias.

3. Ken Ham talks about the upcoming atheist convention in Melbourne, Australia

Imagine–listening to a meaningless talk at a meaningless conference held on a meaningless planet in a meaningless universe! Now, that would be an uplifting conference!

From their worldview, wouldn’t atheists see this meeting as a meaningless waste of time? Of course, they would claim they have some purpose and meaning–but it would be all constructed subjectively according to their own determinations! All because they shake their fist at God–but why?

I don’t think he likes us. Either that or he was playing a drinking game requiring everyone to drink every time someone said the word “meaningless.”

4. 16 ‘Fellows’ elected to the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI)

  • Kimball Atwood IV, physician, author, Newton, Massachusetts.
  • Robert T. Carroll, emeritus professor of philosophy, Sacramento City College, writer.
  • K.C. Cole, science writer, author, professor at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism.
  • Christopher C. French, professor, department of psychology, and head of the Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit, Goldsmiths College, University of London.
  • Luigi Garlaschelli, chemist, Università di Pavia (Italy), and research fellow of CICAP, the Italian skeptics’ group.
  • Maryanne Garry, professor, School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Harriet Hall, retired family physician, writer, Puyallup, Washington.
  • Stuart D. Jordan, NASA astrophysicist emeritus, science advisor to Center for Inquiry Office of Public Policy, Washington, D.C.
  • Kenneth R. Miller, professor of biology, Brown University.
  • Jan Willem Nienhuys, mathematician, Waalre, The Netherlands.
  • Steven Novella, assistant professor of neurology, Yale University School of Medicine.
  • Jay M. Pasachoff, Field Memorial Professor of Astronomy and director of the Hopkins Observatory, Williams College.
  • Massimo Pigliucci, professor of philosophy, City University of New York-Lehman College.
  • Philip Plait, astronomer, lecturer, and writer.
  • James “The Amazing” Randi, magician, CSICOP founding member, founder, the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF).
  • Seth Shostak, senior astronomer, SETI Institute, Mountain View, Calif.
  • Congratulations to all of you!

    5. Iowa official trying to force “so help me god” into new congresspersons’ oath of office – This is the latest proposal by Mount Auburn Rep. Dawn Pettengill. Guess which party Pettengill belongs to. No c’mon. Guess. I know you can.

    News From Around The Blogosphere 12.28.09

    December 29, 2009

    1. A new study shows that make-up makes women more attractive – And in a related study, large breasts also makes women more attractive.

    In their study, they found that men are more attracted to women with more coloring on their face. And they suggest that there is a good biological basis for this fact. They theorize that women with higher levels of estrogen naturally have more color than those with lower levels. And a higher level of estrogen is indicative of a more fertile woman. According to evolutionary theory, men should be inclined to find more fertile women more attractive.

    Wow, I just thought it enhanced their appearance.

    2. Liberty “University” is fielding an archaeological expedition to dig up Noah’s Ark in Turkey – Wow, they run a real tight ship over there at Liberty “University,” home of the 4,000-year-old dinosaur fossil. Wow! Just wow!

    3. The ULTIMATE atheist nightmare:

    Again, I would like to ask Bill “I love child rapists” Donohue and Michael “autism’s make believe” Savage what was so offensive in that Curb Your Enthusiasm episode?

    4. Liberian manimal fails to show – This is a complicated case, so I recommend just clicking the link, but apparently, some people in Liberia claim there are hunters who have the magical ability to transform themselves into animals themselves. They heard about the James Randi Educational Foundation Million Dollar Challenge and agreed to let investigators see these magical hunters. Of course, then came the excuses:

    In the end, it turns out he can’t perform the full transformation in the city, only in forested regions. We offered to drive out of the city, but it seems only in his home county of Nimba can he do so. Nimba will have to wait for my next trip (we have, in fact, a project there) but you’ll forgive me if I haven’t reserved judgment.

    Those perpetuating an extraordinary, supernatural claim failing to be able to provide evidence for it? Shocking. [eyes rolling]

    5. New report in Australia shows fewer marriages this year – And few of those marriages include a religious component.

    News From Around The Blogosphere 11.24.09

    November 25, 2009

    1. Happy 150th Birthday, Origin of Species! – That’s right. The little book that changed the world, single-handedly rendered even a deist god unnecessary, and made it truly possible to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist has just turned the Big 1-5-0! CNN’s published a brief retrospective from Richard Dawkins. Suck it, Kirk Cameron!

    Then again, CNN also published some creationist nonsense from Stephen Meyer. In his bio, they claim the Discovery Institute “supports research challenging ‘neo-Darwinian theory’ and supports work on the theory of ‘intelligent design.’ “ Of course this isn’t actually wrong because it never says the D.I. actually DOES any research; it just supports the idea of research. Of course cdesign proponentsists have yet to ever present a means of properly testing their claims or of showing any practical applications of their “research.” And of course if you limit your “research” to a taking a specific position on a scientific argument, you’ve already exposed your bias. But let’s not quibble over small details like that.

    2. LHC creates its first collisions – They grow up so fast, don’t they. It seems like only a year ago that people were freaking out that it’s going to destroy the world and now our boy’s all grown up and smashing shit. Before you know it, it’ll be married and having its own baby colliders.

    3. Study finds cannabis little more than placebo in cancer patients – This will no doubt come as an even bigger disappointment to the 4/20 crowd.

    4. Iraq bribes citizens to get married – American conservative Christians pay attention. THAT’S TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE. But it’s not just any marriage. The Iraqi government is trying to promote interreligious marriage specifically, which is almost kinda progressive when you think about it, as ill-conceived as the overall plan seems to be.

    About a dozen mixed couples will take part in a mass wedding Friday and will receive their $2,000 gifts, Mohammed said. An additional 375 same-sect couples will join the celebration, but they’ll receive $750, Mohammed said. The government wants to help those cash-strapped couples in getting their start, he said.

    Did they say “same-sex” couples? Oops, my mistake. I misread it. But at least the government sees value in encouraging hetero-sect-ual relationships in an effort to heal tensions.

    5. Michael Jackson’s trapped in someone’s womb! – That’s what expecting parents Dawn Kelley and William Hickman see in Dawn’s latest ultrasound. But even though you don’t think it looks like Michael Jackson, they’re not crazy. Even their six-year-old daughter agrees that it looks like Michael Jackson. And who’d know Michael Jackson better than a small child (That’s right. I went there)? But I guess we won’t know for sure until Dawn starts to feel the baby moon-walking.

    6. Pennsylvania Avenue turns to Sesame Street to promote math and science

    To improve science and mathematics education for American children, the White House is recruiting Elmo and Big Bird, video game programmers and thousands of scientists.

    I think we all know that The Count was born for this job.

    A whole lotta banning goin’ on

    November 21, 2009

    1. Muslim nations seek to ban blasphemy

    Four years after cartoons of the prophet Muhammad set off violent protests across the Muslim world, Islamic nations are mounting a campaign for an international treaty to protect religious symbols and beliefs from mockery – essentially a ban on blasphemy that would put them on a collision course with free speech laws in the West.

    2. Texas bans all marriage – Religious fanatics aren’t the only ones who can slip nonsense into a bill:

    When the people of Texas passed a 2005 constitutional amendment to “protect” marriage, those clever, clever gays somehow forced them to word it poorly enough that it might prohibit ALL marriage in the state, same-sex or otherwise:

    The amendment, approved by the Legislature and overwhelmingly ratified by voters, declares that “marriage in this state shall consist only of the union of one man and one woman.” But the troublemaking phrase, as Radnofsky sees it, is Subsection B, which declares:

    “This state or a political subdivision of this state may not create or recognize any legal status identical or similar to marriage.”

    Architects of the amendment included the clause to ban same-sex civil unions and domestic partnerships. But Radnofsky, who was a member of the powerhouse Vinson & Elkins law firm in Houston for 27 years until retiring in 2006, says the wording of Subsection B effectively “eliminates marriage in Texas,” including common-law marriages.

    From death do we unite

    June 18, 2009

    There have been many instances over the years of a man killing his wife. But this is the first instance I’ve heard of in which she was already dead when he married her:

    Five men have been arrested in China for digging up a dead teenage girl’s body so she could be married to one of the men’s dead son. Ancient Chinese superstition (no, not the one about cleaning your clothes) says that swinging singles can’t be happy in the afterlife, so they must be betrothed to other single dead people even after they’re rotting in the ground. It’s sort of like eHarmony, but slightly less scientific. Assuming there’s anything less scientific than unscientific. Anyway, one of the men had a son who died in a car crash, so he hired the four others to exhume the body of a teenager who poisoned herself after failing her college entrance exams. Traditionally, the two corpses are bound in unholy matrimony and tossed into the same grave.

    There’s even been cases in the past of young girls being murdered solely so that their bodies could be used in this ritual.