A week later he was found dead under mysterious circumstances.
And Aligarh Muslim University has an ‘intelligence unit… that spies on students and teachers‘ personal lives…
I wonder if somebody somewhere is feeling guilty about this death. 😦
Our Pink (or Saffron?) Chaddi Guys will find a like minded soul in Iran, in Ayatollah Kazem Sedighi. “Many women who dress inappropriately … cause youths to go astray, taint their chastity and incite extramarital sex in society, which increases earthquakes,” [Link]
Would Ayatollah Kazem Sedighi say these men in Afghanistan are incited by little boys?
Bacha bazi is an old Afghan tradition of taking young boys, dressing them up like girls, and making them perform for older men in tea rooms, weddings, and other private venues. The boys are “owned” by single or married men who trade or keep the boys as concubines. According to reports, the boys’ ages range from eight to 19, when they “age out” of the practice and are released.
“The bacha dancers are often abused children … one boy was sexually assaulted by a mechanic in his town. The boy’s family blamed him and turned him out. He was forced to live with the man who attacked him. ” Now I am with someone else, and he taught me how to dance,” the boy, now 16 years old, said. [http://original.antiwar.com/vlahos/2010/04/12/a-deal-with-the-devil/]
Thanks for tweeting these links Nisha.
A 15 year old in Faridabad walked to a nearby park at 2 am, to abandon her daughter minutes after the baby was born. Because she wasn’t married. [Link]
Khushboo, a South Indian actor was taken to court for recommending contraception for girls like her, because teenage sex bothers some of us.
A 12-year-old Yemeni bride died of internal bleeding following intercourse three days after she was married off to an older man, [Link]
“A man, aged thirty years, shall marry a maiden of twelve who pleases him, or a man of twenty-four a girl eight years of age; if (the performance of) his duties would (otherwise) be impeded, (he must marry) sooner.” (Manusmriti, IX.94)
Can something that hurt nobody be sinful?
Is it sinful for some of us to claim to know what is best for the rest of us? Even if we bring god into it?