A little girl, age 14, was reportedly raped at knifepoint by an Islamic leader at a mosque — because the girl’s father owed some money.
So the girl paid it in flesh.
Sharia — don’t you just love it? It’s the Islamic rule book that teaches women and girls and less than dogs — that they’re little more than objects for male satisfaction and use.
From Bulawayo 24 News:
“James Gande (31) is said to have raped the Grade Seven pupil at a mosque after threatening to stab her with a knife he was wielding, a report by the Herald indicate.
“Gande appeared before Ms Barbra Chimboza on Tuesday charged with rape and was released on $100 bail.
“He was ordered to report twice a week to the police and to surrender his passport.
“The court heard that on March 25 in Waterfalls, the minor was leaving the mosque after attending afternoon prayers in the company of four friends.
“When they were about to walk out of the premises, Gande, who was standing at the gate, reportedly asked her to remain.
“The prosecutor Ms Linda Gadzikwa alleged that Gande lied to the victim that he wanted to give her a parcel for her father.
“After ordering the minors friends to leave the premises, Gande allegedly took her to a guardroom behind the church.
“While in the guardroom, he then told the minor that her father owed him something, which he did not disclose.
“He further told the child that she was going to pay for her fathers debt in any way he pleases.
“Gande, the court heard, pulled out a knife and threatened to stab the victim if she screamed and proceeded to rape her.
“After the alleged sexual abuse, Gande told the victim to go home and ordered her not to tell anyone about what had transpired. As she was leaving, she then met a friend at the gate whom she told.”
A friend of the girl’s who was not named at first suggested they tell the attacker’s wife. But while walking toward his house, they ran into Gandes — at which point he allegedly brandished his knife and threatened them into silence.
The girl told her family members, and they ultimately reported the incident to police.