Last Thursday we posted a report by Yog about the “Love Jihad” — the Muslim practicing of abducting Hindu girls and forcibly marrying them — in India. As part of his report, Yog linked a Hindi-language video of an interview with a young Hindu woman who had married a Muslim.
Vlad Tepes had the video translated. Many thanks to Yog for the timing, and to Vlad for the subtitling:
As you can see, this video is not an adequate example of what Yog described in his post. The young woman describes a situation that was entirely her choice.
The little girls in Rotherham who were raped and brutalized would have been thrilled to have so many choices.
The Yezidi women who were recently abducted by ISIS and sold to their “husbands” in Syria were never fortunate enough to be able to make the same decisions this Hindu woman did.
Yes, we can sympathize with her, because she made bad choices and suffered as a result. But I’d like to see video interviews with Hindu women who were truly coerced into conversion and marriage. I’m certain there is no shortage of examples.
|0:04||What’s your name?|
|0:07||Were you Hindu before?|
|0:11||I will not ask you your old Hindu name.|
|0:16||You said that you were betrayed during your marriage.|
|0:20||Tell us what kind of betrayal.|
|0:23||A Muslim guy started courting me; he did not disclose that he was married.|
|0:26||(she is asked to repeat it since she is not speaking loud enough)|
|0:31||Then one day I found out. It was one and half months into the relationship, but|
|0:35||still I was so blindly in love that I could not stay without him.|
|0:39||We got married. Then he told that to everybody around. Then I ran away with him|
|0:42||for one week.|
|0:49||I stayed with him one week after that.|
|0:52||Then my parents got hold of me and brought me home.|
|0:54||For six months I stayed with my parents.|
|0:59||Then when the question of talak (divorce) came up in the court,|
|1:02||I changed my decision and decided to go with Rahman (husband).|
|1:05||So you changed your mind in the court.|
|1:07||Yes, I changed my mind.|
|1:08||And you did not take talak (divorce).|
|1:10||Do you think it was a mistake on your part?|
|1:13||It was the biggest mistake of my life. My father even told me (then unclear)|
|1:17||Tell me about Rahman’s previous wife.|
|1:21||She was Christian.|
|1:22||Really, she was Christian!|
|1:23||Yes, she was Christian.|
|1:24||It means even she was not even Muslim.|
|1:25||No, she was not.|
|1:27||They have a daughter from that marriage.|
|1:28||A daughter (exclaims)? He left her, too?|
|1:32||Thank you so much for the interview.