Quebec pedophile group loses non-profit status, mosques that preach marriage to 9 year old’s OK though

MONTREAL — A non-profit organization whose website openly offers services to pedophiles should not legally be allowed to operate in the province, a Quebec superior court judge has ruled.

The company, called Les Amis de Toutes les Minorités Sexuelles (LATMS), was registered as a non-profit company with Quebec’s business registry, Le Registraire des entreprises, in 2011.

Its president, André Faivre, was arrested last month along with 13 other suspected members of a pedophile ring, making registry officials take a closer look at its website.

OK, but why are Mohammedans allowed to retain tax free status for their mosques while they preach that marrying 9 years is “islamic” contains a book dealing with Islamic marital morality authored by Toronto’s Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi of  “Marriage and Morals in Islam“.

Here’s an excerpt: Sexual desire is aroused in human beings at the age of puberty. In Islamic legal definition puberty (bulugh) is determined by one of the following:

1. age: fifteen lunar years for boys and nine lunar years for girls;
2. internal change (in boys only): The first nocturnal emission. Semen accumulates in the testicles from puberty onwards and more semen may be formed than the system can assimilate; when this happens, semen is expelled during the sleep. This is known as nocturnal emission wet dream or ihtlam in Arabic.
3. physical change: Growth of coarse hair on lower part of abdomen.

Since the sexual urge begins at puberty and as Islam says that sexual urge should be fulfilled only through marriage, it has allowed marriage as soon as the boy and the girl reach the age of puberty. In the case of girls, it not only allows them to be married as soon as they become mature, but also recommends such marriage. It is based on such teachings that Islam discourages girls from postponing their marriage because of education; instead, it says that girls should get married and then continue their education if they wish to do so.”

(jpeg above is a screen shoot of Rizvi’s book)