Child Marriage Should Not Be Socially Acceptable Or Legally Accepted?

1305 Words Apr 22nd, 2016 null Page
Young and Not In Love The average fifth-teen year old girl is worried about how many likes her Instagram post gets not who she will be marrying. Millions of young girls across the world in undeveloped countries have to go threw the struggle of child marriage. Child marriage occurs when someone under the age of eighteen either into by marriage by their parent’s permission. Child marriage is a human rights violation and although even though some of the countries have made laws or act to protect children against this, according to the United Nations Population Fund there is still one in every three girls is married before reaching the age eight-teen and one in nine will be married age fifth-teen. Although some religions like the Islamic, believe this isn’t a problem because there are acts to protect children from this or that child marriage is apart of their religion or heritage in those under developed countries. Child marriage should not be socially acceptable or legally accepted because of the psychological, physical and educational damages it has on these young girls.
In Islamic countries like Niger, Pakistan, Serbia, Bangladesh, Chad and India the Muslims who practice the Islamic religion believe that child marriage is not an issue or human rights violation. In Islamic religion they have their own version of the Ten Commandments but unlike the Christian commandments these are actually used legally they are called, the Sharia Law. The Sharia Law translates to "the clear,…

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