http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/pu ... detail.asp Exclusive: “Pure” Pakistan’s Internet Perverts
June 28, 2010
WASHINGTON: Google memiliki survey bahwa kebanyakan negara Muslim yang paling getol menelusuri SITUS2 SEX DGN ANAK2
di Internet dan PAKISTAN adalah negara yg paling getol. Menurut Google, daftar ke 10 negara yagn doyan situs2 sex adalah :
1) Pakistan di tingkat teratas
3) Vietnam ??
6 )India (populasi Muslimnya di tingkat kedua tertinggi setelah Indonesia )
Pakistan menduduki peringkat teratas dlm search Google bagis ex dgn anak2 di thn 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009.
Traditionally Pakistan has allowed appalling abuse of children. Village councils (called “jirga” or “panchayat”, depending on the region) in remote areas have ordered that girl children be given away in marriage as “compensation” for social crimes carried out by their male relatives. This practice is usually called “vani” marriage while in Pashtun regions it is called “swara.” Swara was made illegal in Northwest Frontier Province in 2000, yet it continued. In 2004, after a three-year old girl was given away in marriage to a sixty-year old man
, vani marriage was officially made illegal throughout the nation, but it carries on. In January 2004, before vani and swara were officially proscribed by national law, an Islamic judicial panel ruled that these customs were “pre-Islamic”. But is this so?
In 2004, when Pakistan topped the list for “child sex” searches, Iran came second. Ayatollah Khomeini
authorized a book called Tahir-al-Vasyleh. In section 102.1 the book states: "Having sex with the wife is illegal before reaching nine years, be it a permanent or a timed [mu’tah] marriage, but the rest of acts like foreplaying [touching for sexual pleasure], hugging and Tafkhid is legal even with a baby."
Some have disputed that the original Iranian book meant this, but Bahrain women’s rights activist Ghada Jamshir is in no doubt that Shiite clerics have authorized the sexual touching of infants.
In Islamic countries such as Afghanistan, child marriage frequently takes place, with pre-pubescent girls married to much older males. In Saudi Arabia, child marriage has never been illegal. The Saudi Grand Mufti, Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh, argues that it is good to have underage girls married, because they will then avoid becoming spinsters later and will never be subject to extramarital temptations. Only after a case in February this year, where a 12 year old girl fought for the right to divorce her 80-year old husband, has there been any sign of the Saudi authorities banning such marriages. The girl was married to the elderly man, against her will, when she was eleven.
Pakistan’s Web Perverts
In Pakistan, child abuse is rarely reported. However, in 2009, there was a 9.5 per cent increase in sexual abuse cases against children. 2012 such cases were reported. More than half of the reported cases took place in Punjab. Until recently, Sahil.org was the only charity in Pakistan dedicated to monitoring and preventing the abuse of children. Its regional co-oordinator said in October last year that child abuse was rising rapidly, but the government had taken no steps to stop it happening. Another charity called Rozan also has a child abuse prevention scheme.
In March this year, during a trial of alleged gang-rape of a 13-year old girl, the defense counsel argued that child marriage was neither illegal nor invalid, and said that it would be impossible to pronounce it as invalid as “75 per cent of the families in the country would be affected.” The accused men were later acquitted.
In some parts of Pakistan child marriages, often of a young child to an adult male, continue without being viewed as wrong, even though they are officially illegal. While many parents in Pakistan force their children into marriage, while declaring such unions to be “arranged”, refusal by the daughter to comply with promises made as a child can lead to honor killings by families. Both males and females are frequently subjected to arranged marriages. For young males, brought up to be treated as more important than women but knowing that they will ultimately have little choice over their future sexual lives, it seems that in internet cafes many seek out pornography. I can understand people in a repressive society feeling sex starved, but the things that they seek to view are sick.
The nature of the pornography that is sought in Pakistan is bizarre. The most disturbing aspect is that child sex is sought on the internet more frequently in Pakistan than anywhere else in the world. Pakistan leads the world in Google searches for “baby sex”,
for Heavens’ sake. It also leads the world in searches from 2004 to 2010 for “rape sex”, “rape video” and “rape pictures”. What I found in 2006 was that Pakistan also topped the list of Google Trend’s searches for animal sex
Over all years and regions, Pakistan still has the highest number of people Googling for “animal sex”.
I broke this down into individual categories. In 2006, Pakistan led all nations who hunted for “dog sex”,
and in all years and regions, it still tops the list. Pakistan leads the field in 2010 in hunts for web searches for “pig sex”,
as it did in 2006 and in all hunts from 2004 to 2010. Both pigs and dogs are regarded as “unclean” in Islam, so such hunts may be seen as a rebellion against their upbringing. From the time period 2004 to 2010, Pakistan has consistently been far ahead of any other country in web hunts for “donkey sex”, and also “goat sex”, “horse sex” and “camel sex.”