Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Forcing Muslim Women Marriages With Holy Quran

Assalamu aleikum! Time for our custom quarter collaboration. Part I by the lovely Saadia Haq over at the Humans Lens. Please read 😉 and stay tuned for part II by me insha’Allah.


The Human Lens

Part I, Written by Saadia Haq of The Human Lens

When I first heard of this, I was like numb for seconds until my good friend from Sindhi community proceeded to narrate how young women in her family are married off to Holy Quran under the tradition “Haq E Bakshish.” Pakistani women aren’t new to cruelty whether it comes in guide of religion or tradition but this manner of creating Muslim nuns is totally unIslamic and inhuman. Do realize that what I was told is supposedly a taboo topic but one that has recently been creating controversy within the country.

This conversation came full circle years later, as I flew to Multan also called “The City of Saints” for investigating honor crime stories. Here I met Shaista Bukhari, a young widow that runs a regional women rights organization. While we were chatting on her work on honor crimes, Shaista spoke…

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Papatia Feauxzar is an Author and Muslim Publisher who holds a Master's degree in Accounting with a concentration in Personal Finance. She now works from home at https://hhaccountingsvcs.webs.com/ alhamdullilah. You can visit her website at www.djarabikitabs.com or her sister's website www.fofkys.com
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16 Responses to Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Forcing Muslim Women Marriages With Holy Quran

  1. A writer from the East says:

    Thanks so much for the reblog, we are getting feedback too, xoxo

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Hey,
    Is it practiced anywhere else, other than Pakistan where else. ???

    Such ridiculous and disgusting practice which has no place in Islamic history even…

    Hope could they even think of introducing shits like this….

    Liked by 1 person

    • Papatia says:

      Hey! Pakistan is where we came across it. It could be present in other places around the world but it’s very taboo so hardly any people report such practices. Thx a bunch for the support! We really need to speak up about that.

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    • A writer from the East says:

      You said it right… Its just shit.
      Almost all the clerics that I have interviewed and had as guests at my programs were so angry on this nonsensical bullshit of a tradition and declared it against Allah, Rasool and QURANIC teachings.
      As far as I heard, this is being practiced by Syed Muslims that actually is India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal there are more than fifteen million Sayyids: eight million in Pakistan, seven million in India, over one million in Bangladesh, and around seventy thousand in Nepal.

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