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Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan

Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan


[MUSIC PLAYING] ANNOUNCER:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: All right. Hi, it’s Thomas. We’re in Bishkek. I’m on a Kok Beru horse. That’s basically polo, but you
play with a dead goat. It is one of Kyrgystan’s
many fine traditions. One of the other traditions, a
little less fun, is kidnapping women and making them
your bride. We’re going to go out of Bishkek
up into the hills and see that happen. Kyrgyzstan is a tiny landlocked
country next to China that spent most of the
last century as part of the Soviet Union. Prior to that it was a wild,
tribally ruled Conan land known for it’s people’s
horsemanship, the mythic hero Manas, and for being
the birthplace of the black plague. The Kyrgyz people celebrated
the end of communism by adopting Islam as the state
religion and getting really into their old national
identity, some parts of which jibed nicely with the modern
times, others of which didn’t. BRIDE TO BE:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Bride kidnapping
is a traditional way of getting married that
supposedly dates back to the horse days. How it works is a guy wants to
marry a girl, he gets a few of his friends together, they grab
the girl off the street, then they drive her back to
his place, and his mom and aunts try to convince her that
marrying their son is the right move– even if he’s a total stranger. We’d heard a young east Kyrgyz
villager named Kubanti was in the market for a bride. So we offered up our services
as wedding photographers. KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [MUSIC PLAYING] UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: So far
this is very similar to a Western wedding. You just have all the family
together, favorite uncle kind of holding court at the
table, a lot of food. It’s hard to reconcile this
hospitality with the kind of potential violence that’s
about to happen. BRIDE TO BE:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Bride
kidnapping is not a fringe custom. In rural areas, nearly half of
all marriages result this way. BRIDE TO BE:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: And while it’s
technically illegal to kidnap your wife, not many Kyrgyz cops
realize this, and even fewer care. BRIDE TO BE:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 1:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] RUSSELL KLEINBACH: There
are two laws that make kidnapping illegal. And even in cases where the
couple love each other. I know a number of
cases where the woman said, I was kidnapped. I loved the man. I wanted to marry him, but I did
not want to be kidnapped because it’s very humiliating to
be physically captured and forced into a car. BRIDE TO BE:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] RUSSELL KLEINBACH: The majority
of the police and officials in the country don’t
even know it’s illegal, or if they do, they believe it’s
an old tradition. TYNCHTYK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] ELMIRA:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] TYNCHTYK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] ELMIRA:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] TYNCHTYK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] ELMIRA:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] TYNCHTYK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] ELMIRA:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] TYNCHTYK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Back at Kubanti’s
place, the groomsmen pop a final squat to coordinate
the snatch. GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: We’re planning
the kidnapping right now. How long have you guys
been planning this? KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Who’s the girl? Is it somebody you’ve
been friends with? Somebody you know or
is it somebody, like, your family knows? KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [SCREAMS AND MOANING] THOMAS MORTON: While bride
kidnapping is largely a rural phenomenon, there’s
been a spike in cities in recent years. Generally attributed to
the success of Ernest Abdyjaparov’s 2007 pro-kidnapping film, Boz Salkyn. ERNEST:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] -[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] -[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] -[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] ERNEST:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] -[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] ERNEST:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [MUSIC PLAYING] MALE SPEAKER 1:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] RUSSELL KLEINBACH: Spousal
abuse is higher in kidnapped marriages. Divorce rate is higher in
kidnapped marriages. There’s a higher percentage of
women who go through that process who wind up rejected
by families and going into prostitution. And suicide rates are higher
among women who are kidnapped. ABDYSHOVA ZYINAGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: With the plan
locked in place and the bridal yurt set up for the reception,
all that was left for Kubanti and his pals was to go
secure the bride. KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Kubanti’s uncle
gave the boys one final good luck blessing, and they all
piled into the get-a-wife van. Good luck, guys. GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: We’re going to
go to the, I guess the local watering hole, like, literally
watering hole. That’s where they’ve arranged
for the friend of the bride to be to capture her. It’s a little animal kingdom
picking off your bride at the watering spot. [MUSIC PLAYING IN FOREIGN
LANGUAGE] KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: I feel OK about
this right now just because this guy evidently knows her. In this case, it’s just kind of
a weirder form of popping the question, it feels like. At the same time, it’s an
extremely troubling institution. KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [MUSIC PLAYING IN FOREIGN
LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: So this is the
girl’s friend who’s going to help them lure out the bride. They’re negotiating with
her right now. They’re just planning
how to do it. GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: They’re just
going to grab her? There’s not like a blanket
or anything? MALE SPEAKER: No. THOMAS MORTON: OK. Pretty basic. KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Oh, my god. That got very real in a hurry. NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [CRYING] FEMALE SPEAKER 2:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: From here on,
it’s up to the women in the family to get the girl to put on
the bridal scarf and agree to the wedding, a process
that can go on for hours or even days. FEMALE SPEAKER 2:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: OK. Thank you. This is a very confusing
scene. FEMALE SPEAKER 2:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: I think
the girl has accepted what happened. And I don’t know if she was
just putting up resistance because that’s what you’re
supposed to do, or if she was genuinely freaked out. She’s eating cookies now though
and accepted a candy. Which I did too, which I don’t
know how I feel about that. FEMALE SPEAKER 2:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] ERNEST:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 2:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Well, everybody’s
all smiles. I hope she likes her groom. [MUSIC PLAYING] THOMAS MORTON: Is this what
a wedding is normally like around here? UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Well, why
do they do that? If the families already know
each other and are fine with it, why the kidnapping? Where does that come from? UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] RUSSELL KLEINBACH: In
Kyrgyzstan, tradition stands even above religion, I think,
in terms of importance, and religion above law. The old tradition of Kyrgyzstan
is the Manas Epis. Manasa is the authority. It’s a kin to being in the
Midwest according to Bible. If there’s a Kyrgyz tradition,
it should be in Manas. Manas is Kyrgyz, Kyrgyz
is Manas. And there’s no stories
of kidnapping in that oral tradition. It’s a violation of Islam. It’s a violation of the law. And it’s pretty clear that prior
to the Soviet period, it was very uncommon and was not
an acceptable traditional practice, even though it
happened sometimes. [MUSIC PLAYING IN FOREIGN
LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: God. Today just gets rougher
and rougher. So everything worked out? KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: OK. It looked like she was fighting pretty hard in the van. I’m surprised you aren’t,
like, more beat up. KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Did she know who
she was marrying once she got in the car? Did she know it was you? It could have been any
of those guys, right? KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: It was clear. I mean, you’re clearly– Also, you’re wearing
the nicest clothes. And you knew her, and you’d
been dating her. So it makes sense. What happens next? Do you have to go
get her family? KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: So the bride’s
been napped, sheep’s been slaughtered. I guess we’re really getting
into the thick of the wedding right now. It kind of occurs to me that compared to American groomsmen. Kyrgyz groomsmen have
a rough job. All anybody ever complains
about having to stage a bachelor party or, you know,
buy gifts, or wear a suit. You don’t have to kidnap a
girl or cut open a sheep. God knows what else is
going to happen. So you’re the grill
master here? What is that furry part? Is that lungs? GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Stomach. OK. Could you have gotten
in trouble for this? I mean, if like a policeman or
something had seen you, like, could they have like
stopped you? GROOMSMAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: And then they’d
be fine with it. OK. What’s the best part
of the sheep? Those floppy ears– Hey, you. [MUSIC PLAYING] THOMAS MORTON: Once the girl has
finally said yes, the men from the groom’s family go over
to the bride’s house and tell her parents, sorry, we
kidnapped your daughter. Is that OK? Unsurprisingly, this process
can also take a while. The men bring tons of
gifts and food to smooth things over. So hopefully the bride’s family
will think of it less as losing a daughter and more
as gaining a sheep. This is the bride’s family–
or bride to be. So evidently they aren’t
allowed in yet to see the family. So what’s happening right now? Why do you have to wait? UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: OK. That was short. [MUSIC PLAYING IN FOREIGN
LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: I’m starting to
get a little suspicious that the bride’s family may
have known about this ahead of time. This is a pretty nice spread
to put out on, like, an hour’s notice. MALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] JEKSHENBEK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] JEKSHENBEK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] JEKSHENBEK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: How are you
feeling about all this? SOIROGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: The custom, the
taking her up off the street, is that how people got married
when you were little? SABIRA:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [MUSIC PLAYING] THOMAS MORTON: Everyone kept
telling us how old and hallowed the practice of
bride kidnapping was. But if it’s not even in Manas,
the country’s national epic, how old actually is it? RUSSELL KLEINBACH: If we go back
to the 19th century, when you had tribal groups, they
would go through villages, and they would steal horses,
and cattle, and women. So there is a tradition
of stealing. But it would produce a real
conflict between tribes and was not an acceptable
traditional practice. And all the evidence shows
that kidnapping was on an increase from the latter period
of the Soviet period. And then it continued to
increase at the end of the Soviet period. The Soviets said, first of
all, we’re going to stop marriages of young girls before
the age of 15 or so. We’re going to now send both
boys and girls to high school and college. We collectivized the wealth so
there’s no money for bride price and a dowry. So now the young people
are getting older before they get married. They go off to the university. And they may come back
and say, I found someone I’d like to marry. And the parents say no, we’re
arranging a marriage for you in the village. So she might go back to the
university, or he, talk to the boyfriend or girlfriend and
says, is there any legitimate way we can get married against
our parents wishes. You say, well, I will kidnap
you, take you to my home, keep you overnight. Then they will consider you an
unclean girl, and so they will have to let you marry me. And I think strangely enough,
kidnapping is a response to the Soviets bringing about more equality for men and women. UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 4:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] JEKSHENBEK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 4:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] JEKSHENBEK:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 4:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: While we were
busy doing vodka shots with mayonnaise chasers, the local
imam stopped by the wedding yurt to make the marriage
official. Did you know you were about
to get married? NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: How do
you feel right now? NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Did you
want to marry him? NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: You accepted
this scarf very quickly. Like, why didn’t
you fight more? NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: You’re still
in school, right? Are you going to
finish school? NURGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] IMAM:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 5:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [MUSIC PLAYING] THOMAS MORTON: Ah. It’s got kind of a Western
flair to it. Wow. That’s very shiny. The wedding itself
was yesterday. But the celebration is today. I feel we’re going to class
ourselves up a little bit. Yeah. Suits here are very
shiny, though. I think this might
be the winner. Minimally shiny, still shiny
enough to go to a wedding in. I think I found my suit. We were really getting into the
spirit of the festivities, which was kind of unsettling
considering we had just seen a girl get abducted
off the street. Yeah. Yeah. This is definitely it. BUBUSARA RYSKULOVA:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] THOMAS MORTON:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: How
are you doing? Hi. We got some cooking ware
for the bride to be. And then for Uncle Sultan,
we got some smokes. UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Yeah. You’re welcome. Very welcome. Everybody’s in t-shirts
and jeans. I just bought this suit. OK. Hey. KUBANTI:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: This is for
you and your wife. KUBANTI: Thank you. THOMAS MORTON: Yeah,
of course. Working on the intestines
there. [FOREIGN LANGUAGE]. THOMAS MORTON: Last night we
stayed up late with the bride’s family. We drank a lot. We ate probably all
of a sheep. And now we’re back to drinking
and eating fried bread. Oh, I’m sorry. [FOREIGN LANGUAGE]. Uncle Sultan brought us into
the yurt, and we kind of suspected this was why. UNCLE SULTAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: More vodka. [MUSIC PLAYING] THOMAS MORTON: So right over my
left shoulder is the sheet from their wedding
night, basically. If she’s a virgin, she’s going
to bleed on the sheet. And then they take it out. And that’s proof to everybody. And they hang it. It’s kind of weird. You know, everybody put sort
of a premium on virginity. I never really got that shit. But there it is, bride
is a virgin. Double good happiness for
the bride and the groom. [MUSIC PLAYING] SABIRA:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Traditionally,
the day after a Kyrgyz wedding, the bride has to prove
yourself to her new family, especially the women. So it’s kind of like a hazing,
sort of, almost of women. Still kind of not sure how to
feel about this whole thing. I kind of get the impression
it might be the case of one family not having lost a
daughter so much as another gaining a scullery maid. She seems happy, says
she’s happy. NAZGUL:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] SABIRA:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FEMALE SPEAKER 6:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] [MUSIC PLAYING] THOMAS MORTON: We’re not going
to pretend to be experts on Manas or the finer
points of Islam. But for all the justifications
we heard, it seems like the real reason men kidnapped women
in Kyrgyzstan is the same reason they do questionable
stuff anywhere, the same reason a dog
licks its balls– because they can. Which of course, is the
oldest and shittiest reason in the world. Congratulations. [INAUDIBLE]. Thank you. [FOREIGN LANGUAGE]. I appreciate it. [FOREIGN LANGUAGE], thank you. [MUSIC PLAYING IN FOREIGN
LANGUAGE]

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100 thoughts on “Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan

  1. This has nothing to do with Islam. From Islamic view There are so many wrongs in their culture. Kidnapping is not allowed, alcohol is not allowed, playing with the dead is not allowed, hanging of the sheeds (even if also cultural widely spread in other countries) is not allowed because it's between god and the husband and wife. There are just too many things to list in this video that are in Islam not allowed and are from culture. So I don't get how the imam can practice in something like this and why the reporter says at the end "or the finally points of Islam" when nothing has of this has something to do with islam🤦‍♀️the only Islamic thing that I saw was the "imam",the duaa from them and the improperly placed non covering, hijabs.

  2. Okay if i was thier i whould sign up for the kidnapped
    Ladies and act as thier bf or somthing and i would call the police and i will bring some if my friends with me and bring a tazer and some zips

  3. Evidently this loathsome practice which violates girls' rights has the tacit approval of the entire community!
    Man has mastered the art of justifying anything in the name of tradition!
    Only stringent state laws can end this evil!

  4. Okay, I hate this video! Vice has no respect for the girl's privacy and want to push their camera on her face without her consent and only for them to be able to make a video.

  5. i wonder how many of these cases ended in the wife poisoning the husband that night at dinner and then leaving at nightfall.

  6. As a horse person this is FUCKING disgusting and add to that kidnapping women? Fucking horrid this is a AMAZINGG example of why just because it’s tradition it’s not always right

  7. i don't know if this is all bullshit or what but i hate the disrespecting of women and would kill everybody involved in this

  8. Kidnapping people, taking them to certain places and brainwashing them to like you then work for you forever and ever till the end of their lives?
    Hmm… I think there's a word for that.
    Slav-
    A happy couple!

  9. Bro..when I grow up I'm going to work out and be strong and move over there and help ladies and people 😠😠😠😢😢😢😤😤😞

  10. Try doing this to a big, fat, blue haired, empowered feminist from NYC and see what happens. In fact, let's get them some tourist visas and set them loose up in NYC and make a reality show of it.

  11. I have a feeling she didnt kill herself, i bet she wanted a divorce, so her "husband" killed her, and made it look like one.

  12. These women should poison these kidnappers. "Sure! Ill marry you, Bitch." Tomorrow youll be DEAD along with your buddies."

  13. That is like domestic violence, you can’t just kidnapp a girl you don’t know it’s like going on a street and seeing a girl and then you kidnapp here out of nowhere. And they just put all the blame on traditions or culture that is cruel and unacceptable. From what I have seen and experience Kyrgyz people are stealers.

  14. You’ve never seen these things because widespread news wasn’t released to you or your foreign country that no one gave a shit about then…. now that you have caught up and now have resources available to you and see the world for what it is now you say it’s “their” fault. Fuck off you piece of shit… your the reason behind the thinking of war. “Blame them became of their differences from us, because they believe something I’ve never heard of and aren’t willing to learn or understand”

    Fucking pussies…. you deserve to live in poverty

  15. This pains my heart to watch. My prayer goes for all of the girls, hope they can get freedom, chances, and happiness.

  16. Does the government knows about this..i think the government should do the job first.. even though they are saying that it is their tradition but we have the rule what we called "Human Rights" and i think this is not fair.😡😈👿

  17. This is so insane I hate it so much the first girl didn’t wanna get married and she was fighting and crying even though she knows it’s a tradition, and I don’t like that the guy “planned” a KIDNAPPING with them! And did you see the child’s face when they took the 2nd girl!? I hate it so much and how chill the guy making the video was so chill about it! I’m so angry the poor girls

  18. Savage society. .. Animal mentality. I hate feminism but watching videos like this makes hardcore feminism look good.

  19. This is an African tradition too. Im South African and it was a practice here too but I've never seen it. I think with us the Law was pretty clear so if the bride didn't contest she can press charges plus I think it also died out coz the kidnapping families couldn't afford to meet the demands of the girls family since it was mostly done by young boys/men who needed the support of his family. I also think it died out because the boys weren't really ready for marriage they just WANTED the girl which then results in him still going outside his marriage chasing other girls and neglecting the girl he forced to leave her family so it becomes a waste of money and cattle for his family stuck with a bride,Also the mentality of Parents evolved and they realised there's more for the new generation than just being Wed off or wedding n proving offsprings that will starve…they now wanted an educated generation that will provide THEM with a comfortable life n health care access aswell as civilization n status in the community. That made fathers put their foot down even if the man is monied and mother's have more say about the upbringing of their kids instead of being dictated by men.

  20. Why do they have an obsession with lugging around dead goats and sheep everywhere they go and incorporate the animal corpse in all their activities?

  21. hhhhhhhhhh r they muslims? we don't kidnapp women in our islam we don't drink vodka nd we don't show our hair in public this is fucking wrong

  22. Hey girls, i provide you a gun, machine gun, rifle, shotgun, smoke grenade, pepper spray, taser, even land mine, and passport…
    (Only for girls)
    *next year : i'm a millionaire!!

  23. Don't relate the culture with Islam. From start to finish I didn't see any Islamic values they practicing. Women is not a slave in Islam. Wife is a companion of a husband. The husband need to provide for his wife including cooking and doing the house chores. But due to tradition, the responsibility bear by the wife which is not according to Islamic teaching.

  24. To me that’s cruelty,to humans.specially young girls.in that part of the world.im blessed.I was born in a country.where girls enjoy life.and pick they husbands.

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