Nine year old Pakistani girls - ready for marriage or not?

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    bennedose Senior Member Senior Member

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    Cultures clash over forced child marriages in Pakistan
    Secularism in Pakistan?
     
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    These M-Fukers Fake Molanas , are no way near to Islam, these narrow minded people are really shameful for us, i bet this fake molana will never marry his own 9 year old daughter to any one , these type of fake molvies can be often found insisting parents to admit there children's in madrasa for islami education while there own children studying in foreign universities
     
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    Well Pakistanis online seem to be against this, but Pakistan fails where the rubber hits the road. Both the army and politicians such as the Sharif brothers and Imran Khan are unable to stand up to people who say the word "sharia" or the word "blasphemy". The anti-India Jamaat ud Dawa and the anti-Shia Lashkar e Jhangvi have popular support among Pakistani sunnis. The JuD has army support and the Sharif brothers look the other way at the activities of the LeJ. I don't even see those powerful organizations speaking up against such maulanas. The armed strength of the Pakistan army and the LeT - the armed wing of the JuD should easily be able to control such maulanas - but they don't. The civil war in Pakistan will only get worse if the army or "government" try to fiddle with anyone who calls for implementation of what is claimed to be in the Quran. Lawyers who represent shias, or blasphemy accused are intimidated or killed. The army says "Not my problem" and the government says nothing. For the army and government "patriotism" only means opposing India and lining their pockets. The country can go to dogs with illiteracy and radicalism.And the country is going to dogs.

    One news report today says how the government had bluffed on GDP growth figures. But GDP growth is based on US dollars paid mainly to the Pakistan army - the same army that can do nothing about such maulanas.

    Right now Pakistan is a laugh a minute for anyone who wishes to see Pakistan go down the drain. News about Islamic radicalism is particularly funny because Pakistanis have worn Islam on their shoulders and acted as if they own Islam and represent Islam. Now that is coming and biting Pakistan in the backside. Nothing could be better news. Pakistan needs pure Islam.
     
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    ugh ugh 6yr old Aisha........... Best Man to follow and how can we forgot Dead aunt :frusty:
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Actually Pakistan is in a bind.

    It wants to be modern, but it is also bound to obey Islamic laws, more so, since a large majority of the population are victims of a Middle Age mindset because of rampant illiteracy.
     
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    A bunch of mullahs hardly represent the majority of Pakistan or reflect Pakistani mindset, if it did there would be child marriages all over the country including modern cities like Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad and girls over 18 would be considered too old to marry which is not the case. We are a modern society with higher freedom for women compared to 90% of the muslim world.

    Pakistan is at crossroads where the clash between the enlighted and modern society vs the medieval shariah loving mullahs and.their brainwashed jahil followers is imminent.

    Sindh, Pakistan's second most populated provinve has already set the minimum age at 16 despite what the mullahs might say. Sixteen is still two years off the international norm of 18 but must be seen as a victory of the modest and enlightened Pakistani.

    We must work harder to fight the mullahs as we still have an independent court to challenge the shariah.
     
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