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Since i was younger my father has been extremely abusive to my mother, sister and me. He would hit us and verbally abuse us for small matters. Im pretty sure he has two personalities as he is so loving until he gets mad, which makes it so hard for me to leave. My mother does not want to leave him even though she is aware that he is capable of murdering us. A year and a half ago my father was in the verge of killing my mother ( not the first time ) so my and my older sister who was 18 at the time ( i am 16 now ) called the police on him and revealed all of what he had done to us. However, my mo
Amongst some people it is fashionable to lay the blame for various types of social dysfunctionality in Muslim countries on Islam. Contrasts are often made with conditions in developed countries. I often contend that the difference is more an artefact of poverty and other socio-economic factors, than religion. So for example, the extreme violence that we see undertaken by ISIS has parallels with the violence delivered by south American drug lords (including macabre ways of killing people). And in both instances, this is a method for exercising control rather than an artefact of ideology.
I've been wondering about this for a while now. People seem to have different definitions of child abuse. For the purpose of this thread I'm going to talk about physical and emotional abuse; I really hope there are no doubts as to which side of the line sexual abuse falls on. My first question is, is there a 'line'? Depending on where you come from, the kind of childhood you had, what your parents believed in...your definition of child abuse can vary. So are there certain acceptable things and certain unacceptable things..or is this a matter of opinion? I know the general rules in sharia.
Help me understand. So there's a special 'children's home' where kids from broken families who don't have anyone to care for them go, right? There's a big problem in the society if under age girls come back high on drugs and alcohol and no one in the management takes notice and does anything about it. Britain makes a big show of its 'rigorous' visa regime but it seems that Pakistan in the last couple of decades or so have had a 'rapist drain'. The 'best and bright' rapists have found their way to Her Majesty's little Island without let or hindrance. In any case, more juice for the right-
"There is evidence at least 20 prominent paedophiles - including former MPs and government ministers - abused children for "decades", a former child protection manager has claimed." BBC Credit: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-28203914 Wow what a world we live in!! May Allah bring justice on that which is deserved inshAllah!
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