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Ungetoa ushauri gani? Nini wafanye?

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Nonda, Jan 27, 2011.

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    Nonda JF-Expert Member

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    Years of conflict in Iraq have left the country with more than one million war widows and a shortage of young unmarried men - pressures that may be bringing about the return of polygamy.

    BBC News - Iraq toys with polygamy as solution for war widows

    Ndugu mchangiaji tafadhali usije na hoja za malumbano ya kidini..zaidi itizame hali hii na kama jamii wafanye nini?
    Watu wa sociology jitokezeni kujadili challenge hii. Kumbukeni kuwa Iraq ni majority muslims.

    nimesoma comments kwenye hiyo page ambazo pia zinakufanya ufikiri sana, nitaziorodhesha hapa.

    1.In countries like India and China, where the gender ratio is skewed on the other side, do you think polyandry is a better idea? How many religious people/politicians would support it?

    2.I have given this matter a lot of thought for in to-day's world there are so many men who are Gay or Closet Gays, ( No Criticism ) and then there are thousands of women who are without companions, why should they not get their feet rubbed at night , so long as they accepted justly.

    3.Well,this is really a question of practicality.The culture should be considered.The cost of supporting so many children,and educating mothers who are in need now may not be feasable to the Iraq govt.I think the woman should be given this option.But govt. needs to develop programs to educate the children-mandatory school for girls.Also offer loans to women who want training,Student loans

    4.If there are over a million widows due to Iraq war, then how can people claim there were only tens of thousand civilian casualties. One would geuss from this article, that at least 1 million died due to the US and UK iraq war.