While the families were celebrating the long-waited union between husband and wife, the police was shocked when they saw some disturbing activities going on at the religious ceremony.

Nothing could prepare the law enforcement officials for the terrible discovery that they stumbled upon the couple’s honeymoon.

This is terrible.

The Dahkan Police arrested multiple people when they found out that two families and an imam had arranged for the 22-year old groom to share his marriage bed with his 4-year old bride. The 40-year old imam Molvi Kifayatullah Bhutto, consecrated the matrimony in a ceremony called “nikkah khwan,” religiously binding the prepubescent child to the Muslim man.

According to our source, Mad World News, the authorities arrested the groom, the 22-year old Habibullah Shar, his father Gul Meer Shar, and the child’s father, Papoo Shar, for arranging an illegal marriage. The 4-year old girl has been taken into protective custody and her mother, Zameer Shar, has been arrested for being involved in this disturbing act.

The members of the family and the other attenders to this ceremony are facing charges in separate trials. The charges were cited in Section 3, 4 and 5 of Pakistan’s Early Child Marriages Restraint Act of 2013, which prohibits individuals under the age of 18 from marrying. Authorities said that the marriage had been officiated by the imam, but the police got right on time and saved the girl before her parents handed her over to the groom. The marriage was arranged by the both families when the girl was born and they claimed that it was a Pakistani Islamic tradition.

According to the Quran, when Muhammad was 50 years old, he convinced his closest companion, Abu Bakr, to hand over his 6-year old daughter, Aisha, to marry her. Bakr quickly agreed after Muhammad convinced him that Allah had given Aisha to him in a dream and that the Quran prescribed a man to marry a prepubescent child.

Apparently, the Quran supports the act of child marriage, as Quran 65:4 declares the rules for divorcing women who have gone through menopause, young girls who are still menstruating, and girls who have not yet gone through puberty.

“And those who no longer expect menstruation among your women – if you doubt, then their period is three months, and [also for] those who have not menstruated. And for those who are pregnant, their term is until they give birth. And whoever fears Allah – He will make for him of his matter ease.”

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