Are womens in "Afganistan" and "Iraq" are free....?

India
February 28, 2007 2:46am CST
As women's in Afganistan and Iraq are been tourched and harassed horribly by their husband and the system in the country due which their freedom has been curbed.So do u have any comments on this topic.
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@FrancyDafne (2048)
• Italy
28 Feb 07
First of all I think that there are no free women in the world. Also in our so-called "Western civilitation", to be woman is harder than ot be man. Afganistan and Iraq cultures are very different cultures, and it isn't easy to understand them. Of course, for our standards, women who live there aren't free like women who live in our countries. But I don't think that we should go in their countries and forbid them some precepts they follow, everybody has his/her own culture and only they can change their culture. Some centuries ago in my country (Italia) thousands of women were burnt because they thought that they were bad witches. Cultures change, only peoples can change their culture.
• India
28 Feb 07
Yes i do agree with you that its their own country and their own culture,but dont you pity those women's who are been tourched and harrased by their husbands every single second because in a such kind of country its impossible for a women to roam freely and speak freely,dont you think that people form different countries should help these kind of people?
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@mansha (6301)
• India
28 Feb 07
why blame only Iraqis and afghanies for torching women even in India we see it on daily basis even in western world women are abused by their spouses. it does not amtter where you live -you have to be a women to understand the plight of women in the world of today. if she is working she is balancing both house and work if she is stay at home she is simply not counted and ignored. its the condition of women in general. how many dowry deaths take place in India and when govt tries to pass domestic voilence men go out and form a committe of abused men...ridiculous it is. emotional abuse is not counted as abuse by women themselves. where will it end and how-can anyone find a solution to it?
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• India
28 Feb 07
Yes i do agree women's not only in Afganistan,Iraq and India are facing trouble but's its all over the world women's are facing trouble.But finally if women's thinking are changed and they know what's going around in the whole world then they can make understand their children and their family what problem's women's are facing so that their child and their family could also help in the women's development who are facing problem's in the scoiety.