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Investigating child sexual abuse in Pakistan's madrasas
Madrasa child sex abuse rocks Pakistan - The Statesman
Whenever a case is registered, the madrasa clerics use their power and intimidation to stop it, says Nasreen Jalil, former chairperson of the Senate Committee on human rights. Religious leaders who hold sway in Pakistan are now under fire over an alleged child sex abuse incident inside a Madrasa. Sabir Shah, a student at a Lahore religious school, alleged that he was sexually abused by Mufti Aziz ur Rehman for over an year. Shortly after that, a video surfaced and went viral on the Internet, in which another child complained of sexual abuse involving a Shiite cleric.
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Child sex abuse in Pakistan’s religious schools is endemic
School frightens him now. Earlier this year, a cleric at the religious school he faithfully attended in the southern Punjab town of Pakpattan took him into a washroom and tried to rape him. She said she has known the cleric, Moeed Shah, since she was a little girl and describes him as an habitual abuser who used to ask little girls to pull up their shirts.
Sabir Shah, a student at a Lahore religious school stated that he was sexually abused by Mufti Aziz ur Rehman for over an year. Religious leaders who hold a major sway in Pakistan society and have often been found to paralyse the country demanding public hanging or punishment for culprits who insult Islam, have this time around found themselves in a sticky situation as a child sex abuse incident inside a madarsa rocks the nation. Shortly after that, a video surfaced and went viral on the Internet, in which another child complained of sexual abuse involving a Shiite cleric. Religious uproar on issues relating to blasphemy or any action that would be considered as a deliberate attempt to ridicule the Islam, has more often than not paralyzed Pakistan with violent protests by hundreds of thousands of followers of religious leaders issuing clear and open threats to the government to meet their demands of capital punishment for such transgressors. The recent statement by Prime Minister Imran Khan regarding less clothes on women would have a "sexual desirous impact on the men", was seconded by many religious leaders and scholars, who said that Pakistani society is based on Islamic values, which do not allow women to wear less clothes in public.
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