In Pakistan, the beating continues
There is only one answer, the United Nations should Immediately establish a commission to investigate this shocking development and a long term program to address the root causes must be implemented ASAP.
A crisis like this calls for an experienced hand. I can think of no better candidate than Paul Rubenfeld.
I'm sure, that with a thorough examination of the issue, this entire episode will come to a head. The solution should comprehensive, allowing for the cultural differences found in a developing country such as Pakistan.
With a concentrated effort, a solution can be found that is both satisfying and long lasting. The temptation to end the effort prematurely will be great, but with a concerted effort, the situation can be brought to a satisfying climax.
I eagerly await the results of this important and much needed investigation.
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|Wednesday, May 17, 2006|| |
By Khalid Hasan
WASHINGTON: Google, the worldÂs most popular Internet search engine, has found in a survey that mostly Muslim states seek access to sex-related websites and Pakistan tops the list. Google found that of the top 10 countries - searching for sex-related sites - six were Muslim, with Pakistan on the top. The other Muslim countries are Egypt at number 2, Iran at 4, Morocco at 5, Saudi Arabia at 7 and Turkey at 8. Non-Muslim states are Vietnam at 3, India at 6, Philippines at 9 and Poland at 10.