Military Assault Spoils Fourth Wife Dream of This Father-of-36

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    Military Assault Spoils Fourth Wife Dream of This Father-of-36
    July 17, 2014 10:23 IST

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    Bannu, Pakistan: Pakistan's ongoing military operation may be making headway in clearing militant hideouts, but it has shattered the dream of one father of 36 children - to take a fourth wife.

    Gulzar Khan is one of hundreds of thousands of people who have fled the North Waziristan tribal area since the army moved in to clear longstanding bases of Taliban and other militants.

    Escaping the military advance meant leaving the 35-room house he shares in the North Waziristan village of Shawa with around 100 family members, including wives, children and grandchildren.

    The 54-year-old grumbled that paying to transport his brood used up the cash he had set aside for his fourth marriage.

    "The money I had saved was consumed in relocating my family from Shawa to Bannu and now I have again started saving and waiting for the operation to conclude," he told AFP.

    Islamic law permits men to take up to four wives and in Pakistan's deeply conservative northwest, large families are the norm.

    But after giving birth to a dozen children each, Khan said, his wives had told him enough was enough.

    "I was planning to have a fourth marriage because now my wives have boycotted me and told me 'no more children'," Khan said.

    "They do not allow me to go near them, but I have desires I want to fulfil."

    'I needed more'

    Khan was 17 years old when he married his 14-year-old cousin in Shawa. They had eight daughters and four sons, but after eight years, the amorous tribesman got married again, to a 17-year-old.

    "I was not satisfied and needed more of it - I mean the love-making," Khan told AFP at his 17-room house in the northwestern town of Bannu, where the bulk of people displaced by the military operation have taken refuge.

    "I do not indulge in adultery and sinful acts so I satisfy my natural desires lawfully by marriage," said Khan, who worked as a taxi driver in Dubai from 1976 to 1992.

    Khan's third wedding came when he married his brother's widow when he was killed in a dispute just a month after tying the knot himself.

    Two of his sons now work as drivers in Dubai and the money they send home helps support the extended family, along with income from Khan's farmland in Bannu and Shawa.

    "My sons send up to 50,000 rupees ($500) every month from Dubai and we make ends meet with this money," Khan added.

    He said there were no disputes between his three wives, all living under the same roof, but he admitted he struggled to remember who was who's mother.

    "I can tell you that he or she is my child, but I cannot tell with all of them who is his or her mother," Khan said.

    As tribal custom forbids women from speaking to men outside their family, AFP's reporter was unable to seek the views of Khan's wives on the matter.

    Conjugally happy

    Khan said he had no problem feeding and clothing his family, but with so many people around, there was little privacy.

    "Often there are two to three kids lying around me when I go to sleep, so it's difficult to have a private moment with my wives," Khan said.

    Asked if he used any drugs like Viagra to perform, Khan said that he never felt the need.

    "I had a heart attack 12 years ago and also have an ulcer, and my doctor had advised me to stay happy," Khan told AFP.

    "I am happy only when I perform my conjugal rights."

    Pakistan's 180 million-strong population is growing by more than two percent a year, according to the United Nations Population Fund, which said in late 2012 that a third of Pakistanis have no access to birth control.

    Some observers have warned that unless more is done to slow the growth, the country's natural resources - particularly water - will not be enough to support the population.

    But Khan's 14-year-old son Ghufran has no such fears.

    "God willing I will also have several marriages and produce even more kids than my father," he told AFP.
     
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  3. Ray

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    Christ!

    These guys of Pakistan are rabbits!

    How can their economy ever surface if they are building warrens all over?
     
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    Ziona is the head of the Pu Chana páwl, a Christian sect formed in June 1942.

    He is just one aberration.

    He is one rabbit in one hole.

    In Pakistan you have warrens and networked to expand!

    In Pakistan your males are allowed to marry FOUR wives.

    Check out the Maths and it will ll show you how you added like rabbits to your population inventory.

    And to make the situation worse is the horniness that is ingrained in your psyche.

    Note: This is from the Tribune of Pakistan!

    You even beat the real Khargoshes at it!

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    Muslims in India are allowed to have more than one wife, same as in Pakistan. I believe the size of muslim population is almost the same in both countries.
    Is this the reason behind high growth of muslims in India?

    Like I said, we have our rabbits, you have yours.
     
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    Muslims of India are saner and have come to terms with reality beyond the religious permissiveness.

    They have realised that quotas alone cannot uplift them from the abysmal depths that they have reached due to over exercising their religious options of breeding endlessly. The income is meagre, the money earned does not add up to education, clothing and feeding.

    Most are no longer indulging in polygamy and are also using contraceptives.

    That is the difference.

    That is why they are now in the reckoning and care two hoots for these silly sops of quotas.

    The Muslims of India are on the move and not cowering under religious dogmas!
     
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    Ohh there we go again, the superiority complex whenever it suits you.
     
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    Sources indicate that there are no statistics on the prevalence of polygamy in Pakistan (Professor of Law 8 Dec. 2013; Gender Studies Consultant 11 Dec. 2013). In correspondence with the Research Directorate, a professor of Law at the Warwick Law School, indicated that polygamy is not widely prevalent (Professor of Law 8 Dec. 2013). According to the Professor of Law, polygamy "though accepted as part of a religious and cultural tradition, is not approved of and the second wife is not normally welcomed into the family" (ibid.). In correspondence with the Research Directorate, a Gender Studies Consultant in New York and Pakistan, indicated that, in her view, "socially and culturally polygamy is not liked by common people," although it exists in some segments of Pakistani society (11 Dec. 2013).

    In contrast, in correspondence with the Research Directorate, the Manager of Advocacy at Shirkat Gah, a multifaceted Pakistani women's rights organization (n.d.), said that "polygyny" [the practice of a man having more than one wife (Oxford n.d.)] is "common" (11 Dec. 2013). Also in correspondence with the Research Directorate, the Secretary-General of the Women Employees Welfare Association (WEWA), a Pakistani women's rights organization that provides, among other services, legal assistance and counselling to women, indicated that polygamy can be found among families in Pakistan (11 Dec. 2013).

    In correspondence with the Research Directorate, a representative of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), indicated that polygamy in Pakistan is "rare," outside of feudalists, particularly in Sindh and Southern Punjab, and religious extremists (HRCP 12 Dec. 2013). According to the Gender Studies Consultant,

    it is common among feudalists and affluent land holders who can conveniently afford to keep and maintain more than one wife and multiple children. Again, it is present among the urban elite too. Urban middle class men face economic constraints and social resistance for second/third marriage. It does not mean that it is totally absent here, but the number of polygamous marriages is very low. The lower class, whether urban or rural, also face economic constraints for getting married a second time. (11 Dec. 2013)

    Http://www.refworld.org/docid/52eb9ea04.html
     
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    Jihad by breeding!

    That is the difference. Producing kids for a specific purpose.
     
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    Please add some from Netherlands too. :rolleyes:
     
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    Hahaha horny despo Pakis. :rofl: What a pity Holland dosnt allow this. @Blackwater you gotta see this.
     
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    They can seek, but they will not find.

    India cannot waste time extricating them when they run scared at the first shot.

    Armchair religious fanatics are no answer to the real battlefield.
     
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    This mulla thinks just like all pakis in uk or holland that produce kids and govt will provide benefits
     
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    :toilet::toilet::toilet:
     
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    Truly said situation of pakis in uk is not better than toilet
     
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    Situation of Pakis in Pakiland is not better than toilets.
     
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    Fertility rate of Pa'astan is an average of 3.3:thumb:
    Fertility rate of India is an average of 2.5.

    Remember a rate of 2.1 is just enough to keep the population constant and small increases in this number like say to 3.3 means a massive boom as time progresses. The resident paki derailer's cherry picking is pointless(This is expected as he's learned from the best, as can be seen in yesterday's electricity discussion with his guru, the attani-waala from tallel failel Cheen)

    Plus the usual these numbers are going in opposite directions yada yada...
     

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