No investigation of forced marriage of Muslim women who are US citizens to non citizens for immigration purposes: Are we going to continue to tolerate Muslim "cultural practices" in the USA?
By CHRISTINA NG (@ChristinaNg27)
Dec. 22, 2011
Even though Aisha Khan, the 19-year-old Kansas college student who disappeared on Friday, has been found unharmed, many are still baffled about what led to her disappearance and where she is, including her own family.But they said the Aisha thing is now a family matter -- WTF??? She was married off to a non citizen - bought for a green card. Family matter??? Forced marriage -- arranged marriages to circumvent immigration rules a family matter?? Now, after her obvious cry for help, it is a family matter?? Thanks again patriarchal law enforcement. What if they are treating her as a slave? The selling of Muslim girls who are US citizens to foreign muslim men who want citizenship is a big scandal, and is ignored as all immigration crimes are by both political parties. The only Muslim "hate crimes" we have to worry about in this country are those practiced by Muslim men against women.
"Right now, at this point, all we know is that she's safe and sound and there are no further details," Aisha Khan's sister Faiza Khan, 21, told ABCNews.com.
Khan said that the family has not seen or spoken to Aisha Khan. The Overland Police Department notified them on Wednesday night that they had spoken to Aisha and confirmed that she was safe and not being held against her will.
The Overland Police spent about 400 hours looking for Khan with around 60 law enforcement agents, including the FBI. But authorities are saying that Khan will likely not face any legal consequences.
"She didn't report any criminal activity so there's nothing at this time that I'm seeing that she could be charged for, unless there's something else going on, which there hasn't been," Overland Police spokeswoman Michelle Koos told ABCNews.com. "There's not anything for them to be responsible for at this time."
Koos said that neither Aisha Khan nor her family ever called police to report any criminal activity. It was campus official from the University of Kansas that reported the situation.
"Law enforcement have been able to speak with her and confirm she's okay," Koos said. "They've actually been able to confirm her identity, which takes more than a phone call," said Koos.
She confirmed that authorities have seen Khan in person. When asked if Khan was the one who initiated contact with authorities, Koos said she was not absolutely certain, but believed that it was authorities who reached her.
The formal police investigation has been closed and Koos said police have not released Khan's location to her family. Koos said the cost of the investigation is not known at this time and may take a few days to determine.
And these people will vote away women's rights as they unrestrainedly breed to majority status. Wake up women!