Saturday, April 11, 2020

Pakistani man acid attacked 16-year-old girl who refused to marry him

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In Afghanistan and Pakistan, which are members of the United Nations Human Rights Council, women's and children's rights are violated on a regular basis (as you can see in the video below).
Minor girls are sold by their families into forced marriage, if they refuse they are attacked with acid or even killed in the name of "family honor".
Islam includes many rigid rules of modesty that apply only to women. According to Sharia law If a woman does not satisfy her husband or violates the laws of Islam , the husband has the right to beat her.
In most countries that practice Sharia law under the Male guardianship policy, women are not allowed to get a job, education, or even leave the house or receive medical treatment without the approval of the male guardian (father, husband, brother or uncle).
How can the UN elect countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar to become members of the Human Rights Council?