British teenager, 15, was forced at gunpoint to marry her cousin in Pakistan then raped every day for three years

A British teenager has told of how she was forced at gunpoint in Pakistan to marry her cousin before being raped everyday for three years.

Tabassan Khan, who has been given a new name to protect her identity was 15 and living with her aunt in Doncaster when she was told she was going on a summer holiday to Pakistan.

Her father was already in prison for murdering her mother when she was just 12 and went to live with the relative with her three brothers.

  • WalterBannon

    British teenager?


    Another Pakistani Muslim doing what Pakistani Muslims do.

    No sympathy.

    • I do not fault the girl here.

      • Hktony

        I fault islam and the liberals sho let this happen
        Still i dont care
        Remember our girls first and last

      • Alain

        Agreed and had she tried to leave Islam she would have been “honour killed”. More reason why Islam does not belong in the West.

    • Waffle

      Life’s a bitch — you don’t get to choose your family.

      • Alain

        True, but even a very disfunctional family is better than a Muslim one.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      That’s pretty harsh. She didn’t choose to be born into this horrible religion and f***ed up culture and family. And if she was born and raised in Britain she’s British, like it or not.

  • ontario john

    Just part of their vibrant culture that soon will be common place in Sunny Ways Canada. The elites have spoken and we must obey.

  • marty_p

    Probably going on in Peel Region. Parents shipping their young teenage kids off to the “stan” to marry.

  • Millie_Woods

    Now English girls can experience a Pakistani holiday without leaving England.

  • Hard Little Machine

    don’t worry, that’s coming to the west soon.

    • Alain

      It is already here in Canada and has been for several years now.

      • Hard Little Machine

        All we can do is let the left own this. Let them own the implosion and let them own the explanations.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Surely by now the words “summer holiday in Pakistan” (even more of a hellhole in summer than it is the rest of the year) should strike fear and loathing into the heart or any sensible teen girl. Someone should start a campaign to warn these girls, with a poster asking them, “Are you going on a ‘summer holiday’? Are you sure you’re going to be allowed to come back home?”

    • Alain

      The problem I see if that they won’t be allowed a choice. The family will force them to go and as we have seen numerous times the state will do nothing to protect them from their family.

    • Exile1981

      There was a social media campaign a couple years back encouraging young girls to hide a metal serving spoon internally so they tripped metal detectors at the airport. Then you were suppised to tell sucurity you were being married off.

      I would suspect given the number of muslim sercurity at airports that this would end badly for the girl.