The seizure of Infidel girls and their use as sex slaves is sanctioned in the Qur’an. According to Islamic law, Muslim men can take “captives of the right hand” (Qur’an 4:3, 4:24, 33:50). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet! Lo! We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have paid their dowries, and those whom your right hand possesses of those whom Allah has given you as spoils of war” (33:50). 4:3 and 4:24 extend this privilege to Muslim men in general. The Qur’an says that a man may have sex with his wives and with these slave girls: “The believers must win through, those who humble themselves in their prayers; who avoid vain talk; who are active in deeds of charity; who abstain from sex, except with those joined to them in the marriage bond, or whom their right hands possess, for they are free from blame.” (Qur’an 23:1-6)

“Married man jailed for ‘systematic’ sexual abuse of girl,” by Jenifer Loweth, Asian Image, December 1, 2017:

A 33-YEAR-OLD man has been jailed for two years for the “systematic” sexual abuse of a young girl over a period of ten months.

Mohammed Waqar, of Devonshire Street, Keighley, was convicted by a jury at Bradford Crown Court in October of eight offences, including seven allegations of sexual assault of a child under 13 and one count of causing his victim to watch a sexual act.

During the trial, the jury heard that Waqar, a married man with three children, pulled down the girl’s trousers and touched her indecently.

He also showed her pornography on his phone and kissed her on the lips.

The police were alerted when she told her mother in September last year.

Waqar’s barrister, Jeremy Hill Baker, handed in references from family members and employers speaking highly of his client and saying his behaviour was out of character.

The court heard that Waqar continued to deny his guilt, telling his probation officer he was innocent.

Mr Hill Baker said Waqar’s wife was very supportive of him and his relatives were shocked and upset.

He urged the court to consider the possibility of suspending the inevitable custodial sentence.

But the trial judge, Recorder Rachael Harrison, said Waqar had deliberately isolated the girl in order to sexually assault her.

“You systematically abused her over ten months,” Recorder Harrison said.

She told Waqar: “Only an immediate custodial sentence is appropriate.”

A Sexual Harm Prevention Order for five years was put in place to safeguard young girls in the future and Waqar must sign on the sex offenders’ register….